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ST. THOMAS CONVENT SCHOOL RAJASANSI is a recognized Minority Educational Institution, enjoying all the rights and privileges guaranteed under Article 29 & 30 of the constitution of India. The School is locally administered by the guidance and direction of a Managing Director appointed by the Diocese of Jalandhar. The Congregation of SABS- SISTERS OF THE ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT help to run this school under the management of the Diocese of Jalandhar. The Diocesan Board of Education, Jalandhar supervises the education policies of the institution. The religious Sisters who are serving in the various Christian institutions in Punjab and elsewhere are people who are voluntarily vowed to God to lead a holy and dedicated life of selfless service to their fellow human beings. In order to surrender themselves totally to the love of God and service of humanity they renounce family life and live in religious communities known as convents, a home of prayer and serenity.


General Information

This school is owned and administered by the Diocese of Jalandhar, a registered charitable society that conducts several flourishing schools all over Punjab and certain parts of H.P. This is also a minority institution with all its privileges guaranteed by the Supreme Constitution of India, under the Articles 29, 30 (1). His Excellency the Bishop of Jalandhar is the patron of this school and the president of the society. The main aim of the school is to provide a sound, value based and emancipating education, designed to train its pupils to live for God and country, through their activities, be it moral, spiritual, intellectual, social or professional. It is student friendly and encourages analytical, creative and independent thinking and assists the students in developing holistic perspectives, all round developments, positive thinking attitude and sound domain of knowledge with particular applications of it.


This school will be permanently affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi. The University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate with the assistance of Inter State for Anglo-Indian Education established the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations in 1958. In 1973 the Govt. of India recognized the Council as a body to conduct Public Examinations in India through an Act of the Parliament and the councils appointed as one of the Indian Examination bodies. Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) is recognized by all the Education boards in the country and by many overseas too. This is a Co-Educational school which prepares students for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) New Delhi, from the Nursery classes up to 10th STD.


The medium of instruction is English and the method of study is in accordance with the scheme laid down by the Council for the Primary, Secondary and the Higher Secondary stages approved by the council. Special importance is given to English, including spoken English, for which a high standard is maintained. Hindi as the national language and Punjabi as the regional language are taught from Pre-Primary level with priority.