Anand Bhawan School

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Anand Bhawan School
Anand Bhawan School front view.png
Front view of the old building
Learn to Serve
Address
Dewa Road
Civil Lines
Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh, 225001, India
Coordinates 23°56′06″N 81°11′06″E / 23.93500°N 81.18500°E / 23.93500; 81.18500Coordinates: 23°56′06″N 81°11′06″E / 23.93500°N 81.18500°E / 23.93500; 81.18500
Information
School type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Christianity
Denomination Catholic
Established 1949
Founder Bishop Conrad De Vito, O.F.M. Cap.
School board UP Board, CISCE
School district Barabanki
Principal Sr. Teresa Fernandes (UP Board Wing)
Sr. Thresiamma V.J. (ICSE Wing)
Teaching staff Around 70 faculty members
Gender Co-ed till VIII
UPB - IX to XII - Girls
ICSE - IX to XII - Co-ed
Age 3.5 to 17.5
Number of students Above 1500
Student to teacher ratio 20:1
Classes offered Nursery to XII
Language Hindi (UPB wing), since 1949
English (ISC wing), since 1986
Hours in school day 6
Classrooms 44
Campus Barabanki city (suburban)
Campus size 5-acre (20,000 m2)
Houses Unity, Peace, Hope, Joy
Song With a grateful and joyous heart...
Outside view of the school campus
Outside view of Anand Bhawan High School.

Anand Bhawan is a minority (catholic) educational institution situated in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh, India, founded in 1949 by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lucknow and run by the Institute of the Maids of the Poor, a religious and charitable society.[1] The institution has been fulfilling the educational needs of the city for more than 60 years. Not only the school lays great emphasis on spoken English and co-curricular activities but also on building a sound moral character in the pupils along with imbibing the values of discipline and kindness in them.[2][3] Anand Bhawan is also a generalate.[1][4]

Configuration[edit]

Anand Bhawan Girls' Inter College (UP Board)
Anand Bhawan School (ISC)

The institute is configured of two educational wings (apart from the vocational training institute):[5]

The school has an enrollment of about 1800 students and takes the services of about 70 teachers and 20 supporting staff.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Catholic Church Bishops' Conference of India (2005). "The Catholic Directory of India". St. Paul Publications. Retrieved 2013-07-09. 
  2. ^ EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE
  3. ^ sulekha.com
  4. ^ generalate (ˈdʒɛnərəˌleɪt; ˈdʒɛnrəˌleɪt): 2.(ecclesiastical) the rank or office of an ecclesiastical general
  5. ^ sulekha.com:icse-schools

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