Sir Syed Memorial School

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Sir Syed Memorial school
Location
Gaya, Bihar, India
Information
Type Private School
Established 1992
Campus Rural

Sir Syed Memorial School[1] is an English-medium school in Bihar, India established in 1992. Tuition is in English and to Muslim principles.

Sir Syed Memorial School is about 35 km from Gaya, at Karma, near Bhadeya in Barachatti block. It has approximately 1000 students and is run by the Minority Upliftment Society, which aims to provide a good education to children of poor families in rural areas.

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History[edit]

Sir Syed Memorial School was founded by the Minority Upliftment Society. It is named after the educator Syed Ahmed Khan. Kamaluddin Khan and his brother Jalal Uddin Khan opened the school in 1992, initially as the Sir Syed Educational Centre, later renamed to the Sir Syed Memorial School. The initial intake was 60 students, but this rapidly grew to over 1000 students. For some years the school offered boarding facilities for up to 100 students, but this was discontinued as pupil numbers expanded.

Facilities[edit]

Sir Syed Memorial School
Sir syed memorial school view from NH2
Sir Syed Day Function 2012

The school has a library, computer center, science laboratory and Career Services Centre.

Curriculum[edit]

The school follows the Central Board of Secondary Education curriculum up to Class 7 and thereafter the Bihar School Examination Board syllabus.

Achievements[edit]

Students regularly achieve admission to colleges and universities. Several alumni have gone on to commercial and academic success in India and abroad.

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