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“It is easy to recognize an outstanding student than it is to fully articulate all that goes into the                                                                                        making of one.”

The Gyan Deep Sr. Sec. School is an English-medium co-educational day school. The institution was founded and established by Mr. Sunil Gupta as an inspiration of our respected father Sh. Shiv Kumar Gupta under the guidance of our beloved mother Late Smt. Leelawati Gupta in 1993.

The School provides an ideal atmosphere for learners to acquire and imbibe skills necessary for their physical, mental, social and intellectual development. Apart from providing quality education, the school also lays emphasis on making the children responsible citizens, so that the children learn to appreciate the needs of others, both inside and outside the school. In other words, Gyan Deep Sr. Sec. School aims at expelling the darkness of ignorance and in spreading the light of knowledge.

The teacher student ratio of every class is 1: 20

Our Vision   is of a natural, holistic, student-centered learning environment that empowers and inspires our students to be creative, innovative, independent and above all responsible and worthy citizens of the country.

Our Mission is to be the centre of excellence in education and for the simultaneous development of body, mind and spirit. We endeavor to create compassionate, responsible and innovative global citizens and are committed to the development of humanity.

Our school values team work and commitment, thereby promotes a learning culture to bring out the best in our children.

News & Updates

  • 11 Nov

    2019

    Thought of the day

    “Success is achieved and maintained by those who TRY and keep TRYING………..” – GDSSS

  • 11 Nov

    2019

    News

    The transit will begin shortly after sunrise on the East Coast. By the time the sun rises on the West Coast. Mercury is set to make a transit across the sun on Monday morning for the last time until 2032. A pinprick of darkness will puncture a small hole in the sunlight as the planet traverses the solar disk during a 5.5-hour stretch, starting at 7:35 a.m. Eastern time. And while you won’t be able see it without protective glasses and heavy-duty telescope equipment, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the show. NASA and the European Space Agency also will provide updates from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO).

  • 11 Nov

    2019

    Today’s Birthday

    Abul Kalam Azad was born on 11 November 1888 was an Indian scholar, independence activist,and a senior leader of the Indian National Congress during the Indian independence movement. Following India’s independence, he became the First Minister of Education in the Indian government Minister of Human Resource Development. His contribution to establishing the education foundation in India is recognized by celebrating his birthday as “National Education Day” across India. Azad became the leader of the Khilafat Movement, during which he came into close contact with the Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi.
    Awards:-
    Bharat Ratna
    GDSSS pays tribute to him….

  • 04 Apr

    2019

    Punctuality

    Dear Parent

    A wholesome education teaches the virtues of discipline & punctuality as much as alphabets and algebra.
    Only our joint efforts can inculcate in our children a respectful approach towards time.

    We seek your cooperation in helping the child reach school well in time. It has been reiterated many a time in the past that students must reach school before the reporting time i.e. 7:25 a.m.
    School gates shall be closed at 7:35 a.m. beyond which students shall not be allowed to enter the premises.

    Dear parent, we are building responsible citizens for tomorrow. Let us start it with simple steps.

    Your cooperation is solicited.

    Thanks and Regards
    Principal

  • 22 Sep

    2018

    Examination Tips

    Give yourself the best chance with these top ten study tips.

    • Give yourself enough time to study. Don’t leave it until the last minute. …
    • Organize your study space. …
    • Time management: allot time to each question as per their marks. Attempt in that time frame only.
    • Underline/Highlight important aspects of answers.
    • Use flow charts and diagrams. …
    • Practice last 5 years question papers of CBSE….
    • Discuss your answers with fellow students. …
    • Organize study groups with friends. …
    • Take regular breaks. …
    • Snack on ‘brain food’