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MR. Pawan Mahajan (Chairman)
The motto of the school is "Higher Stronger Brighter".
Modern Sandeepni is the top 100% resulting residential boarding School, affiliated to CBSE and ISO 9001-2000 certified, English medium, co-educational & residential and non residential institution. School was given the name Sandeepni after the name of the teacher of Lord Krishna and Sudama. So, in Modern Sandeepni School education is not a privilege for the rich only. best boarding school pathankot.
"PREPARING STUDENTS TO BE GLOBAL LEADERS"
Modern Sandeepni School is committed to provide quality education through innovative pedagogy. Philosophy of the school is to have knowledgeable and enlightened children. Modern Sandeepni School is best boarding and day boarding School in Pathankot, Punjab(India), affectionately known as '”SANDEEPNI” .It is a small and friendly school but we see ourselves as a large extended family.
School is having 4 wings namely Play way group, Junior School, Middle School & Senior School.
Play way group constitutes Pre-nursery to UKG. Children of 2+ are eligible for enrolment.Kindergarten wing is fully air conditioned. Designer walls and artistic furniture adds to aesthetic beauty and make it livelier. Unique Curriculum-cum-activity based pedagogy is an outstanding feature. Well stocked air-conditioned Activity Room makes learning a fun. Digital Smart class enriches learning experience of a child.
Later Junior School extends from I-V. We offer an outstanding day and boarding preparatory education to children of mixed ability. Middle school has children from VI-X. Senior School is meant for XI & XII.
School is divided among 4 houses after the names of eminent and veteran GURU’s: Vashishtha, Varaspati, Vishwamitter and Drona.There are 7 in-house hostels. Their names are thoughtfully kept after the names of Indian Noble Prize laureates: Mother Teresa for girls from (Nursery-XII), R. Tagore boys (Nur-V), C.V.Raman boys (VI-VIII), H.Khorana boys (IX), S.Chandershekar boys (X), V. Ramakrishnan boys (XI) and A. Sen boys (XII).