Top Schools in Assam
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Top Schools in Assam

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1.The Assam Valley School, Sonitpur

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Year of Establishment: 1995
Head Of School: Sonya Ghandy Mehta
Curriculum Followed: ISE & ICSE
Website: www.assamvalleyschool.com

The Assam Valley School (AVS) is co-educational boarding school in the north east of India. AVS is committed to nurturing pupils to develop to their full potential and be well – equipped to face the challenges of the future with confidence and enthusiasm.


2.Shrimanta Shankar Academy,Guwahati

Year of Establishment: 1995
Principal: Bijoyananda Choudhury
Curriculum Followed: CBSE
Website: www.ssa-school.org

The Advisory Council consists of some renowned professors and educationists who are equipped with immense teaching experience and are outstanding teachers themselves.

 


3.Miles and Bronson Residential School, Guwahati
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Year of Establishment: 1987
Founder and Principal: Dr N K Dutta
Curriculum Followed: CBSE
Website: www.mbrsguwahati.edu.in

MBRS has grown from an idea into a vibrant, all embracing medium for full-fledged development of a child’s personality.


4.Sarala Birla Gyan Jyoti, Guwahati

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Principal: Anubha Goyal
Curriculum Followed: CBSE
Admission Period: September to November
Website: www.saralabirlagyanjyoti.com

The school has to usher in the digital age but at the same time recreate challenges of hands- on learning.


5.Royal Global School, Guwahati

Principal: Arup Mukhopadhyay
Curriculum Followed: CBSE
Admission Period: November
Website: www.rgs.edu.in

RGS believes that a global outlook towards international education and experience will make students aware that understanding the world is very much part of the requirement of education process.


6.Don Bosco School, Dibrugarh

Year of Establishment: 1960
Principal: Fr. Jose Karamullil
Curriculum Followed: State Board
Admission Period: December
Website: www.donboscodibrugarh.com

The School is established under the protection of art 30 (1) of the Indian Constitution for the advancement of learning inspired by Don Bosco, a great educator of youth.

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