Jamshedpur Schools

The educational requirements in the secondary and the higher secondary level are provided by the Jamshedpur Schools. The schools are furnished with the infrastructure required for the development of the students of the city.
The schools of Jamshedpur are affiliated to the ISCE or the CBSE Board. The schools in Jamshedpur not only prepare the students for their higher academic pursuits but also imbibe in them the spirit of participation and endeavor to meet the challenges of life.

One of the premier convent schools at Jamshedpur, set up in the year 1945, is the Sacred Heart Convent School, Jamshedpur. The school was established with the support of the management group of the TATA Company. The school provides education to the students of the city under the aegis of the sisters of the Apostolic Carmel.

Loyola School, Jamshedpur and the Little Flower School, Jamshedpur are the two other most eminent educational institutes in the city of Jamshedpur.

The objective of the schools in Jamshedpur is to foster the intellectual capital of the students and to encourage them to participate in the extra curricular activities that inculcate a spirit of participation and competition. The students are instilled with an urge to learn and respect the talent of the opponents.

The following are the links to the Jamshedpur schools: Last Updated on : March 10, 2016


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