Holy Light Public School - Shiksha Shetra
Holy Light Public School
Holy Light Public School

Holy Light Public School

Holy Light Public School was established in the year 2013 by Lt. Shri. S.N. Narang & Smt Satya Narang. They foresaw the need for result-oriented education and upliftment of children for their all-round development.

Holy Light Public School was established in the year 2013 by Lt. Shri. S.N. Narang & Smt Satya Narang as great visionary. They foresaw the need of a result oriented education and upliftment of the children for their all round growth and development, To achive this goal every effort is being made to give our students a sound education keeping with the National aspiration to make them morally, physically & mentally fit and train them to be achieve, useful and worthy chitizens of india and the school is working under the society named Som Holy Light Public School Shiksha Samiti.
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Documents required for application across classes
Filled up form and 2 passport size photographs
Copy of Birth Certificate and original for verification
Report card of previous class
Transfer Certificate
ClassMonthly Fee (Rs.)
Class I & II9000
Class III & IV9600
Class V10200
Class VI10800
Class VII10800
Class VIII10800
Class IX & X16800
Class XI (Commerce)19200
Class XI (Science)20400
Class XII (Commerce)19200
Class XII (Science) 20400
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Mr.Sudhir Kumar Yadav

Mr.Sudhir Kumar YadavPrincipal

Message from Principal

You might be knowing that the need of professionally and manually trained manpower is growing remarkably due to the galloping growth and development of the every field around the world. To fulfill this demand and face the burning challenges thrown before the society and the young generation technical and specialized training are the only means and ways which can serve the purpose of the contemporary era. Most successful people have not achieved their distinction by having some new talent or opportunity presented to them. They have-been self goaded by the conviction that success is a long, persistent and, at time, an arduous journey and it is not a destination. So, an alert mind and indefatigable spirit will seize an opportunity that comes his or her way and make fully use of it during that journey with passion and a sense of fulfilling joy. My heart reaches out with gratitude to the teachers of the youngsters who are showing signs of becoming achievers already and of those who are being guided and goaded by them to stick to the right path. Please remember, my dear colleagues, God has blessed you with the mission of teaching as more than any one else, you affect eternity.