Evening Staff

Our Highly Motivated and Young Team

Evening Staff


Sr.No Name Designation Date of Birth Date of appointment Probation/ Confirmed Adhoc/ Part  time
1. Sanjeev Kumar J.B.T 11-08-1976 13-13-2002 Comfirmed
2. Reecha Chaudhary J.B.T 03-01-1983 05-12-2009 Regular
3. Rekha J.B.T 02-02-1979 05-12-2009 Regular
4. Anup Kumar Nag J.B.T 19-01-1983 05-12-2009 Regular
5. Parveen J.B.T 03-12-1983 04-12-2009 Regular
6. Swarandeep Singh J.B.T 22-09-1981 07-12-2009 Regular
7. Ritu J.B.T 15-07-1980 07-12-2009 Regular
8. Pushpa J.B.T 24-02-1983 04-12-2009 Regular
9. Sushila Gurjar J.B.T 27-07-1979 12-02-2013 Under SSA
10. Harpreet Kaur J.B.T 30-11-1986 04-02-2013 Under SSA
11. Jatinder kumar J.B.T 15-08-1983 12-02-2013 Under SSA
12. Harsh  J.B.T 04-09-1983 04-02-2013 Under SSA
13. Pankaj J.B.T 17-01-1990 06-05-2013 Under SSA
14. Renu J.B.T 13-06-1981 20-11-2007 Under SSA
15. Gayatri J.B.T 07-12-1978 11-02-2013 Under SSA
16. Harpreet Kaur J.B.T 02-08-1985 06-02-2013 Under SSA
17. Kavita Rani J.B.T 09-07-1988 12-02-2013 Under SSA
18. Santosh J.B.T 26-01-1986 12-02-2013 Under SSA
19. Mahender Singh J.B.T 20-11-1985 20-04-2013 Under SSA
20. Jaswinder singh J.B.T 09-12-1982 25-05-2011 Under Guest Faculty
21. Paramjeet J.B.T 05-02-1980 01-07-2011 Under Guest Faculty
22. Navdeep Kaur J.B.T 20-03-1988 06-072011 Under Guest Faculty
23. Sunil Kumar J.B.T 05-08-1981 01-07-2011 Under Guest Faculty
24. Sushil Kumar J.B.T 20-06-1979 12-09-2008 Under Guest Faculty
25. Krishan Kumar J.B.T 02-02-1983 12-09-2008 Under Guest Faculty
26. Suman J.B.T 15-12-1980 16-03-2012 Under Guest Faculty
27. Milly Rani J.B.T 18-01-1977 19-05-2011 Under Guest Faculty
28. Raman singh J.B.T 13-07-1983 07-01-2009 Under Guest Faculty
29. Satwinder kaur J.B.T 26-06-1985 01-07-2011 Under Guest Faculty
30. Neha J.B.T 20-12-1983 12-09-2008 Under Guest Faculty

Morning Staff

Our Highly Motivated and Young Team

Morning Staff


Sr. NO Name Designation Date of Birth Date of appointment Trained/        Un-trained Probation/ Confirmed Adhoc/Part  time
1. Meenakshi TGT (Skt 27-11-1968 30-04-2002 Trained Confirmed
2. Manjinder Kaur TGT(Hindi) 17-09-1974 23-05-2002 Trained Confirmed
3. Madhu Yadav TGT(Fine Arts) 22-03-1985 30-11-2009 Trained Regular
4. Anju TGT(S.st) 02-01-1974 19-09-1995 Trained Confirmed
5. Naveen TGT(S.st) 27-09-1976 05-08-2010 Trained Regular









Mr.Sukarm Pal

Mrs Sapinder kaur





Nursery Teacher

27-02-1977 18-08-2010 Trained RegularRegularRegular
7. Jaswinder Kaur TGT(Hindi) 20-04-1974 11-12-2002 Traineed DEO Contract
8. Hem Raj TGT(S.st) 18-08-1979 20-11-2008 Trained Under Guest Faculty
9. Miran devi TGT(Punjabi) 16-03-1979 02-12-2008 Trained Under Guest Faculty
10. Mukesh Kumar TGT(Hindi) 25-11-1996 07-11-2006 Trained Under SSA
11. Sanjeev Kumar TGT Sci(N.M) 27-08-1978 03-02-2007 Trained Under SSA
12. Neha Raghav TGT(S.st) 09-03-1983 16-02-2008 Trained Under SSA
13. Rajeev Kumar TGT Sci(Med) 03-05-1981 02-12-2010 Trained Under SSA
14. Savita Jangir TGT Sci(Med) 11-02-1988 19-12-2012 Trained Under SSA
15. Gursharan Kaur TGT Sci(N.M) 18-04-1987 21-12-2012 Trained Under SSA
16. Kirandeep TGT(Maths) 26-05-1986 17-12-2012 Trained Under SSA
17. Kiranbala TGT(S.st) 23-03-1976 11-06-2013 Trained Under SSA
18. Anil Kumar TGT(Geography) 14-10-1967 08-01-2013 Trained Under SSA
19. Vinod Kumar TGT(Maths) 10-08-1978 03-07-2013 Trained Under SSA
20. Riti Jr.Computer Instructor 21-10-1982 01-04-2008 Trained Contract Teacher

Computer Lab


School Computer Lab


The computer lab is fully equipped with computers and their accessories.  This lab is fully maintained and is located at the ground floor right next to the Headmistress room. Computer instructor takes care of the lab. TFT’s are installed in labs which consume less power & take less storage space.

School Profile

School Profile


School Registration No: 2620073

School code: 04930

1.    Name of the School:          Govt. High School col.no-4, I/A, Ph-1A,   Chandigarh.


2.    Name of the Head of the Institution-       Mrs. Surinder Pal Kaur


3.     Staff Strength-                  Teaching 50          Non-Teaching 6


4.    Is the MDM served
under Hygienic Conditions?                                Yes


Detail of Infrastructure:

a)    No. of student desks-                                   200 Sr.          100 Jr


b)    Wooden Almirah                                                  Nil


c)    Steel Almirah                                                         39


d)    Teachers table                                                       07


e)    Teachers Chairs                                                    27

6.    Additional requirement of furniture, if any?     60


7.      School Library Books:                                        3000


No. of Toilets.

b)    Staff                                                       2


b)    Students                                      Boys    2        Girls     2


Condition of Toilets:              All are working with proper cleaning and water facility.


    Are the drinking water facilities adequate?              Yes with proper water coolers.


    When was the school building white-washed last   ?                         JANUARY 2012


Existing School Labs:

1)    Science Lab                                                              1

2)    Computer Lab                                                          1




 Are Sports facilities adequate? –            NEEDS TO    BE UPDATED



About School

 School Background


Our school was established in the year 1992 located at industrial area and inhabited mainly by colony –dwellers, the school is a pioneer source of learning for the under-privileged students. It is home to the first generation learners as parents of most of the students are illiterate and poverty-riders with a dedicated team of teachers and enthusiastic student’s .we have been able to achieve excellence in both academic and non-academic activities.

                          The school works on a double shift-school. It is affiliated to the central Board of secondary education Parents-teacher meetings, Orientation Programmers and camps are held at regular intervals for all the classes with the changing system of education we have adopted the continuous and comprehensive evaluation system of education from classes 1 to 10.Our main aim is to prepare students to become a model citizens and truly global citizens. we take extra care to understand the sensitive and problems of these students as they belong to poor and weaker sections of society. The students are given ample opportunities to showcase their talent and exhibit their individuality. We appreciate and reward them for their achievements. It is an honor to serve in this institution as it is a great learning opportunity.

Mid-Day Meal Scheme

About the Mid Day Meal Scheme





The Mid Day Meal is the world’s largest school feeding programme reaching out to about 12 crore children in over 12.65 lakh schools/EGS centres across the country.

Mid Day Meal in schools has had a long history in India. In 1925, a Mid Day Meal Programme was introduced for disadvantaged children in Madras Municipal Corporation. By the mid 1980s three States viz. Gujarat, Kerala and Tamil Nadu and the UT of Pondicherry had universalized a cooked Mid Day Meal Programme with their own resources for children studying at the primary stage By 1990-91 the number of States implementing the mid day meal programme with their own resources on a universal or a large scale had increased to twelve states.

1. With a view to enhancing enrollment, retention and attendance and simultaneously improving nutritional levels among children, the National Programme of Nutritional Support to Primary Education (NP-NSPE) was launched as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme on 15th August 1995, initially in 2408 blocks in the country. By the year 1997-98 the NP-NSPE was introduced in all blocks of the country. It was further extended in 2002 to cover not only children in classes I -V of Government, Government aided and local body schools, but also children studying in EGS and AIE centres. Central Assistance under the scheme consisted of free supply of food grains @ 100 grams per child per school day, and subsidy for transportation of food grains up to a maximum of Rs 50 per quintal.

2. In September 2004 the scheme was revised to provide cooked mid day meal with 300 calories and 8-12 grams of protein to all children studying in classes I – V in Government and aided schools and EGS/ AIE centres. In addition to free supply of food grains, the revised scheme provided Central Assistance for (a) Cooking cost @ Re 1 per child per school day, (b) Transport subsidy was raised from the earlier maximum of Rs 50 per quintal to Rs. 100 per quintal for special category states, and Rs 75 per quintal for other states, (c) Management, monitoring and evaluation costs @ 2% of the cost of foodgrains, transport subsidy and cooking assistance, (d) Provision of mid day meal during summer vacation in drought affected areas.

3. In July 2006 the scheme was further revised to provide assistance for cooking cost at the rate of (a) Rs 1.80 per child/school day for States in the North Eastern Region, provided the NER States contribute Rs 0.20 per child/school day, and (b) Rs 1.50 per child/ school day for other States and UTs, provided that these States and UTs contribute Rs 0.50 per child/school day.

4. In October 2007, the scheme has been further revised to cover children in upper primary (classes VI to VIII) initially in 3479 Educationally Backwards Blocks (EBBs). Around 1.7 crore upper primary children were included by this expansion of the scheme. From 2008-09 i.e w.e.f 1st April, 2008, the programme covers all children studying in Government, Local Body and Government-aided primary and upper primary schools and the EGS/AIE centres including Madarsa and Maqtabs supported under SSA of all areas across the country. The calorific value of a mid-day meal at upper primary stage has been fixed at a minimum of 700 calories and 20 grams of protein by providing 150 grams of food grains (rice/wheat) per child/school day.

5.During the year 2009 the following changes have been made to improve the implementation of the scheme:-

a) Food norms have been revised to ensure balanced and nutritious diet to children of upper primary group by increasing the quantity of pulses from 25 to 30 grams, vegetables from 65 to 75 grams and by decreasing the quantity of oil and fat from 10 grams to 7.5 grams.

b) Cooking cost (excluding the labour and administrative charges) has been revised from Rs.1.68 to to Rs. 2.50 for primary and from Rs. 2.20 to Rs. 3.75 for upper primary children from 1.12.2009 to facilitate serving meal to eligible children in prescribed quantity and of good quality .The cooking cost for primary is Rs. 2.69 per child per day and Rs. 4.03 for upper primary children from 1.4.2010.The cooking cost will be revised by 7.5% from 1.4.2011.

c) The honorarium for cooks and helpers was paid from the labour and other administrative charges of Rs.0.40 per child per day provided under the cooking cost. In many cases the honorarium was so little that it became very difficult to engage manpower for cooking the meal. A Separate component for Payment of honorarium @ Rs.1000 per month per cook- cum-helper was introduced from 1.12.2009.Honorarium at the above prescribed rate is being paid to cook-cum-helper. Following norms for engagement of cook-cum-helper have been made:
(i) One cook- cum-helper for schools up to 25 students. (ii) Two cooks-cum-helpers for schools with 26 to 100 students . (iii) One additional cook-cum-helper for every addition of upto 100 students. More than 26 lakhs cook-cum-helper at present are engaged by the State/UTs during 2010-11 for preparation and serving of Mid Day Meal to Children in Elementary Classes.

d) A common unit cost of construction of kitchen shed @ Rs.60,000 for the whole country was impractical and also inadequate .Now the cost of construction of kitchen-cum-store will be determined on the basis of plinth area norm and State Schedule of Rates. The Department of School Education and Literacy vide letter No.1-1/2009-Desk(MDM) dated 31.12.2009 had prescribed 20 sq.mt. plinth area for schools having upto 100 children. For every additional upto 100 children additional 4 sq.mt plinth area will be added. States/UTs have the flexibility to modify the Slab of 100 children depending upon the local condition.

e) Due to difficult geographical terrain of the Special category States the transportation cost @ Rs.1.25 per quintal was not adequate to meet the actual cost of transportation of foodgrains from the FCI godowns to schools in these States. On the request of the North Eastern States the transportation assistance in the 11 Special Category States (Northern Eastern States, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand) have been made at par with the Public Distribution System (PDS) rates prevalent in these States with effect from 1.12.2009.

f) The existing system of payment of cost of foodgrains to FCI from the Government of India is prone to delays and risk. Decentralization of payment of cost of foodgrains to the FCI at the district level from 1.4.2010 will allow officers at State and National levels to focus on detailed monitoring of the Scheme.

8.41 cr Primary children and 3.36 cr Upper Primary children i.e a total of 11.77 cr children were estimated to be benefited from MDM Scheme during 2009-10. 11.04 Crore children were covered under MDM Scheme during 2009-10.

During 2010-11 11.36 Cr children i.e 7.97 Cr. children in primary and 3.39 Cr. children in upper primary are expected to be covered in 12.63 lakhs institutions .

Today, Mid day Meal scheme is serving primary and upper primary school children in entire country.