Shree Nahar Convent School is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is the largest educational board in the country. It is recognized by the Department of Education, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh.
Life at Shree Nahar Convent Schools centres on a shared commitment to academic excellence, intellectual growth, art, athletics, high standards of ethical awareness, sportsmanship, and community service. The school’s traditions and accessibility to a broad curriculum add depth to each student’s life. The school upholds the commitment to excellence in all fields.
Shree Nahar Convent CBSE School is a co-educational day school. It is a path breaker in the pursuit of excellence. It endeavours of integrating quality with quantity. The school considers education to be a life-long process which should have a strong foundation. The goal of the school is to inculcate in the students a love for learning and a desire to excel at every level. The school also aims at equipping the students with the intellectual and practical skills that are necessary to meet the challenges in the future.
To sum up, the mission of Shree Nahar Convent School is “to open doors and open minds” and prepare the ground for the future of the nation.
In the portals of Shree Nahar Convent School students discover their own talents, and get an opportunity to develop them to the fullest. The school provides an invigorating and competitive atmosphere, created by excellent facilities and guidance provided by a highly qualified and dedicated faculty.
The values, which are ingrained help to promote confidence, direction, and critical thinking skills, leading to the development of well-adjusted, adaptable and integrated personalities. In other words, Shree Nahar Convent School offers comprehensive and holistic education.
Besides being committed to academic excellence and providing education for all round development, another special characteristic Shree Nahar Convent School is the appreciation of the worth of the each student. The School is equally committed to the under-represented and less-privileged segments of the population, such as gifted applicants whose parents could not attend school, and children with high potential facing difficult financial circumstances.
Updated on: [September 13, 2017]