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Welcome to Swami Gurcharan Dass Sanatan Dharam Sr. Sec. School, Kalanaur

In the lap of nature, Swami Guru Charan Dass Sanatan Dharam Sr. Sec. school was established on 20th March 1987 at Kalanaur with the idea of imparting quality education to the children of nearby Villages and aiming at a harmonious development of the pupil s physical, mental and natural power with emphasis on character building and growth of an integrated personality. It is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Delhi, up to the Senior Secondary stage.

Mission & Vission

SGDSD Sr. Sec. School believes that true education must be life-sustaining and life empowering. We live our faith through a creative and competent actualization of a school culture that is broad in vision and embraces the multiplicity that characterizes our words.  SGDSD Sr. Sec. School envisions to make every child a responsible citizen of tomorrow and a better human being by offering a stimulating learning environment.

Director’s Message


We aim to instil in them a shared perception of life which will draw them closer to their peers elsewhere, thus promoting a peaceful and harmonious environment where everyone can co-exist irrespective of caste, creed, and culture. Our motto is excellence in education and All round development of a child. Read More>

Sh. Ramesh Bhatia

(Director)

Principal’s Message


In the words of Dalai Lama, “When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts”. As the instructional leader of Swami Gurucharan Dass S.D. Sr. Sec. School, Kalanaur, We focus on discovering developing and drawing out the hidden talents and the magic lying dormant inside all of its students. Read More>

Mrs Sonia Dhingra

(Principal)

Manager’s Message


We live in a world of incredible change, where the knowledge and skills of the present are destined to be obsolete in a matter of years. They say that the inventions that will be commonplace in five years time have not even been thought about today. What, then, is the value of education if the Teenager of today will be confronted by a different world in the future? The answer lies not so much in what we learn, but in giving young people the tools, skills and knowledge to learn and to engender a lifelong passion to continue to learn.

Sh. Charanjeet Lal Vij

(Manager of School)