• » It is compulsory for all students to arrange their transport by their parents.
  • »  Students are issued two identity cards (Student's I card and Parent's I- card ie Student's I card must be worn by student before boarding the bus and be worn at all times till completion of return journey.
  • » The student will be handed over only to parents at the given bus stop and in absence of parents, the authorized person should carry parent's I-card on the basis of which that particular student will be handed over.
  • As on 31-03-2018

    Class Age Between
    Nursery 3½ to 4 ½ years
    KG 4 to 5 years
    Class - I 5 to 6 years
    Class II 6 to 7 years

    The admission would be confirmed only after the students's interview. However, school authority reserves the right to admit a students in appropriate class after examining the students. Even after the admission is granted the student can either be adjusted in a lower or higher class, which ever the case may be, depending upon the student's ability at the descretion of the authorities. admission is strictly subject to fulfilling of all conditions and submission of requisite documents. Transfer Certificate (TC) from the previous school must be put forward within 15 days after commencement of the academic session. The school reserves the right to revise fees as determined by the school's Board of Management.

    Mrinal Baishya


    Shri Baishya retired as General Manager of United Bank of India. He was deeply involved in the rural banking of North Eastern Region for over last four decades. As General Manager of NE Region and subsequently at all India level, Shri Baishya was coordinating, supervising and implementing the bankable projects through the network of rural and semi urban branches more particularly in microfinance sector. He was also associated from the beginning with the implementation of the Lead Bank Scheme of the Reserve Bank of India in the allotted districts and States coordinating the activities of the State Governments and financial institutions for concerted developmental efforts. Pragjyotish Gaonlia Bank, which was the major constituent of the present Assam Gramin Vikash Bank, was brought to the limelight as the successful Regional Rural Bank during the tenure of Shri Baishya as Chairman of that Bank. After retirement, he was associated with two leading micro finance institutions of NE Region besides heading the Counseling Centre for MSME set up by SIDBI and United Bank of India in its first year of operation.

    Tilak Das


    Retired Deputy General Manager & Head of Rural & Agri Business and outreach in State Bank of India, Local Head Office, North Eastern Circle, Guwahati. Mr. Das had the responsibilities of financial inclusion, SHG bank linkage, development of rural & agri business, lending to MFIs. He also was discharging the role of convener of lead bank in the region and did monitoring of 5 Regional Rural Banks sponsored by State Bank of India, for the North eastern States. He has got over 35 years of experience with multiple responsibilities.