Bal Bharati Public School, Ghaziabad

Indraprasth Yojna, Near Bharat City, Ghaziabad, Delhi NCR-201003

Phone: 7290014141, 7290014142

Website: www.bbpsip.com
Helpline No. 9971516996
AFFILIATED TO: CBSE
CLASSES: Play Primary To Xll
DAY BOARDING: No
HOSTEL: No
PLAYSCHOOL: No
FACILITIES :

Child Education Society, the apex body of Bal Bharati Public Schools and other institutions of higher education, was set up in the year 1944 during the pre-independence era when the elders thought that Indian Culture, Heritage, Tradition and Ethos must be preserved and conserved. In order to achieve these objectives, it became obligatory for the Society to educate the young people. Thus, the Society was registered under the Societies Act, 1860.

The Child Education Society has witnessed phenomenal growth of institutions run by it in recent years, going up from just one school and a Nursery Teacher Training Institute in 1984 to as many as twenty—four today. Seven of these are Project schools in collaboration with the Indian Railways, National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and Moser Baer. This is largely the legacy of a towering figure, a visionary, a mover and shaker, the late Mr K.K. Khullar, President of the Society. After his passing in June 2014, the mantle of leadership has fallen upon the broad shoulders of Mr L.R. Channa, an educationist and social worker who has served as Vice President of the Society for almost three decades.

Bal Bharati Public Schools are comprehensive, co-educational English Medium Schools. Hindi enjoys its place of pride as the National Language in its curriculum.

Child Education Society, the apex body of Bal Bharati Public Schools and other institutions of higher education, was set up in the year 1944 during the pre-independence era when the elders thought that Indian Culture, Heritage, Tradition and Ethos must be preserved and conserved. In order to achieve these objectives, it became obligatory for the Society to educate the young people. Thus, the Society was registered under the Societies Act, 1860.

The Child Education Society has witnessed phenomenal growth of institutions run by it in recent years, going up from just one school and a Nursery Teacher Training Institute in 1984 to as many as twenty—four today. Seven of these are Project schools in collaboration with the Indian Railways, National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and Moser Baer. This is largely the legacy of a towering figure, a visionary, a mover and shaker, the late Mr K.K. Khullar, President of the Society. After his passing in June 2014, the mantle of leadership has fallen upon the broad shoulders of Mr L.R. Channa, an educationist and social worker who has served as Vice President of the Society for almost three decades.



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