Posted by: Singh Is King | Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Academic session starts at 9 new schools run by SGPC

sgpc-schoolPatiala, Punjab: To curb the Dera Sacha Sauda effect in Malwa belt of Punjab SGPC has started  new schools and academic session began in seven out of total nine new schools affiliated with central Board of secondary education (CBSE).

According to sources SGPC has been concentrating on Malwa to down the effect of dera and to get premies in to main Sikh fold. The ongoing parliament elections are the main reason behind it and SAD will try to take its advantage in elections, sources added.

When contacted SGPC secretary Dalmegh Singh  however denied any politics behind the move. He added that lower literacy rate in Malwa and other parts of state is the main reason behind it.

He said that has been these new schools will be in Mansa, Bathinda, Ferozpur , Amritsar and Kapurthala district. One school out of it has set up in Haryana.

He further informed that classes in all new schools of SGPC affiliated with CBSE has started on Wednesday (April 1) He said that nine schools are – Guru Gobind Singh Public School, Maluka in district Bathinda, Guru Gobind Singh Public School, Gangasar, Jaiton in district Faridkot; Mata Gujri Public School, Theri Sahib in district Muktsar, Mata Sundri Public School, Kot Sameer in district Bathinda; Sahibjada Ajit Singh Public School, Bajidpur in district Ferozepur; Sahibjada Jujhar Singh Public School, Kot Dharmu in district Mansa, Sant Mohan Singh Matwala Public School, Tirloki Wala in district Kilanwali Mandi in Haryana; Sahibjada Fateh Singh Public School, Guru Ka Bagh, Ajnala district Amritsar and Sahibjada Zorawar Singh Public School, Nidala in district Kapurthala.

Presently SGPC is running 19 public schools with two of them affiliated to CBSE and the rest with Punjab School Education Board (PSEB).


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