Eicher School

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Eicher School
Plot 344, Sector 46
Faridabad, Haryana
Motto Vidya Vinay Vivek
Established 1994
Status Open
Authority Goodearth Foundation
Chairperson H. D. S. Malhotra
Principal Ritu Kohli
Age range 3-18
Student to teacher ratio 20
Medium of language English
Language English and Hindi (main), French & sanskrit (third Language)
Hours in school day 6.5 hours
Campus size 12 acres (49,000 m2) (approx)
Houses 4
USNWR ranking 6 (as cited Hindustan Times "Top Schools of the City")

Eicher School is a school in the Faridabad district in the state of Haryana, India, with 2,000 students and 90 teachers. It has classrooms and laboratories, features a computer aided teaching system, and holds elections every academic session to elect leaders to help in improving the school. The principal is Ritu Kohli.

The school is strong in swimming and basketball; it has had swimmers winning national-level awards, and a basketball team that has been district champions many times. A team from the school won a quiz competition held at Alwar, and stood at 18th place out of 295 in the Delhi NIE quiz.

Eicher has won International School Award (2015-18), awarded by the British council.

Its main competitors are Modern Vidya Niketan and Delhi Public School. The school's two other branches are in Parwanoo and Alwar.

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Coordinates: 28°26′24″N 77°17′53″E / 28.440°N 77.298°E / 28.440; 77.298