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Tuesday
Oct092012

Primary section:

Standard (I to IV)

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Tuesday
Oct092012

Secondary Section

By staying true to this principle of ‘Value-based education for the tribal child’, the Institution has ensured a steady input of values and culture at the grass-root level of the State of Arunachal Pradesh. The direct result of this principle can be seen in the brilliant achievements of its students in the last four decades.

 

 

 

Friday
Oct052012

Higher Secondary section

An English-Medium higher secondary school for tribal students where three streams are available.

  •     Science
  •    Commerce
  •    Humanities

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday
Feb042012

Midday Meal Scheme

Over 1998 day-scholars (1492 boys & 767 girls) were given nutritious and balanced midday meals. The menu included cakes, biscuits, buns, rice, dhal and seasonal vegetables. The in-house Bakery, Agricultural garden & Multi-cooking systems supplied the menu items.

 

 

Saturday
Feb042012

School Bus:

The School operated 13 school buses & 6 light vehicles to transport the day-scholars daily. These buses covered Aalo Town, Darka, Kabu, Pobdi, Wak, Bene, Biru, Pakam, Gaur Hill & Logum Jining.