SMD High School

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Coordinates: 34°05′00″N 74°49′09″E / 34.083465°N 74.819158°E / 34.083465; 74.819158

S. M. Dedicated High School
Address
Munawar-abad, Khayam Road
Srinagar, Kashmir, 190001
India
Information
School type Public
Motto "Mina-z-Zulumati Illan-n-Noor"
From Darkness to Light
Religious affiliation(s) Islamic
Established 1969
Founder Sayed Mustafa
Status Active
School code 30032
Administrator Md. Ashraf
Principal M.Y. Shah
Gender Co-educational
Classes Class LKG – 12th
Language English
Hours in school day 61/2 Hr
Classrooms 50
Sports Cricket, athletics
Rival Al-Huda Public School
Affiliation J & K Board of School Education

S. M. Dedicated High School (commonly known as SMD High School and SMD School) is a private K-12, co-educational school located in Srinagar city at Munawar-abad, India.[1]

History[edit]

SMD School is named after its founder and Chairman Sayeed Mustafa Danishgah. It was established in 1969.[2]

Organisation[edit]

This is a private, co-educational school that uses English as the medium of education.[2] SMD was formerly a high school educating from nursery to tenth grade but is now a higher secondary serving students up to 12th grade. The school has over 500 students.

Houses[edit]

The student body is divided into four houses, represented by colours. Each student is allotted one of these houses upon entry into school. The four houses are:

  • Green
  • Pink
  • Yellow
  • Sky Blue

The houses compete against each other in academic and sporting disciplines, each contributing towards house points. The house with maximum points is declared the House Of The Year.

Other functions[edit]

The school is used as a polling station.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "List of Schools in Srinagar District". Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education. Retrieved 21 April 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "SMD HIGH SCHOOL SRINAGAR". SchoolsWorld.in. Retrieved 21 April 2013. 
  3. ^ Tandon, Aditi (25 September 2002). "Heavy polling at Salahuddin's village". Chandigarh, India: The Tribune. Retrieved 21 April 2013.