B.N.S.D. Shiksha Niketan


B.N.S.D Shiksha Niketan (Hindi: बी एन एस डी शिक्षा निकेतन) is a intermediate school in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. The school was established in 1983. It is affiliated to the Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education. Its full name is Bishambhar Nath Sanatan Dharma Shiksha Niketan. There has 40 years been completed of excellence and merit of this institution.

B N S D Shiksha Niketan
Benajhabar, Kanpur
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208 002
FounderBarrister Narendra Jeet Singh
School districtKanpur Nagar
ChairpersonSri Ramakant Mishr
PrincipalMr. Brijmohan Kumar Singh
Teaching staff70 (approx)
Employeesabout 100
GradesPreschool - 12th
Number of students1900(approx)
Hours in school day7
Area8 Acres
Slogan"राष्ट्रैव आराधना"
AffiliationsUPMSP and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh

Location change

This is located at the heart of the city of Benajhabar Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, in front of "Kanpur Jal Sansthaan" and next to Brejendra Swaroop Park. near of palika stadium.

Results change

B.N.S.D. Shiksha Niketan, affiliated to Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad U.P. imparting education from Primary to Inter Level, promoting value added education, character- building and service to society, is one of the best institutions of U.P. in academic excellence as well as co-curricular activities among the 15,166 colleges of the state. The college is proud of being honoured for fourty years in a row with 'Award of Excellence and Merit' for outstanding performance by the Education Department of U.P. In 2004, the school set a record when 35 students ranked in the UP Board High School examinations' merit list. The top 10, except 9th position, were occupied by students of this school. In 2006, the school broke its own record when 48 students, out of total 78 on the merit list were from this school.[1] and continuosly making new records.

Management change

  • Veerandra Jeet Singh - President
  • Aditya Shankar Bajpai- Manager
  • Dr. Angad Singh- Director

References change

  1. "HS results: 57 toppers, 48 from BNSD". Kanpur: Hindustan Times. 25 May 2006. Archived from the original on 12 August 2014. Retrieved 12 August 2014.

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