Only through the Fauji Colony Collective Sehkari Kheti Samitti Ltd. donation of land, was it possible to create an extraordinary school campus. In the first instance 12.5 acres was contributed. Subsequently a second 12.5 acres and finally 10 acres was given, totalling 35 acres. Also of significance was Board discussion surrounding the closure of Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Public School in Bazpur.
With the decision to move these students to the new Fauji Colony Campus and with the first building to be of 14 class rooms, the financial and educational direction was established. The building was ready after August 1982 and the first students were subsequently transferred.
The first year of operation involved 162 students and 14 staff members. Initially it was a primary school and with each subsequent year a new class was added. The first Principal appointed was Mr. S. Gurdev Singh.
1985-90 : Infrastructure -
Further development was undertaken with the building of the Science Labs in a new building adjacent to the classroom building.
During this time the school applied for CBSE affiliation. By the end of 1990 the school had grown to 500 students and 25 faculty members.
Updated on: [September 08, 2017]