Confluence World School

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Confluence World School
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Confluence World School Rudrapur India
Motto Explore. Create. Express. BE
Established April 2012
Founder GSIC Education
School board CISCE (ICSE and ISC)
Director Puneet Chhabra
Principal Prafullamani Pradhan
Pupils 600
Average class size 28
Medium of language English
Language English
Campus Rudrapur
Houses 4

Confluence World School is a co-educational private school in Rudrapur, Uttarakhand, India.


Confluence World School is a co-educational day school in Rudrapur and is located on the National Highway 74 towards Kichha. Confluence was founded by GSIC Education [1] and started operations in April 2012.[1] Confluence is affiliated with the Council for the Indian School Certification Examinations CISCE for ICSE examinations.[2]

School Campus[edit]

The School campus, spread in 6 acres (24,000 m2) is the only other school (apart from Doon School) in Uttarakhand to go for a GRIHA Rated Green Building. The school has a science laboratory, computer and ICT labs, robotics and maths lab, music and dance rooms, lunch room and sports facilities.

Curriculum & Methodology[edit]

The School has collaborated with Shri Educare Limited (SEL) [2] and uses the teaching-learning methodology of The Shri Ram School [3] (consistently ranked as country’s top school) and is looking at developing and using its own innovative methodologies for teaching and learning.

Shri Educare Limited[edit]

Shri Educare Limited is engaged in establishing, running and managing educational institutions in line with values and principles of The Shri Ram Schools. SEL comes from the heritage of leaders/educationalists such as Sir Shri Ram, Dr. Bharat Ram and Ms. Manju Bharat Ram who have set up renowned institutions such as the Lady Shri Ram College, Shri Ram College of Commerce and The Shri Ram Schools.

Social Initiatives[edit]

Confluence World School encourages children to develop a social conscience. As a part of the School's 'Save the Girl Child' campaign to spread awareness about issue of female foeticide in Indian society, the students staged street plays on the theme at various places in the city.[3]


Coordinates: 28°57′08″N 79°26′37″E / 28.9521°N 79.4435°E / 28.9521; 79.4435