Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Vasundhara, has been ranked top school in Ghaziabad in the comprehensive Times School Survey 2021, the results of which were released on Monday, September 27.
The annual survey is presently in its seventh edition and was conducted by an independent research agency named Avance Field and Brand Solutions LLP in collaboration with Optimal Media Solutions, a Delhi-based company providing business services to its clients. The Times School Survey was conducted in 12 zones in the Delhi-NCR region to determine the best school in each region.
Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, located in Vasundhara, was ranked number 1 in the Ghaziabad zone.
Reacting to the top ranking, the school’s Principal-cum-Director Ms Manju Rana said, “Our school strives to provide the best learning environment to children. We have the state-of-the-art facilities, including an ATL Lab, to inspire children to explore, innovate, learn and understand. Our faculty has experienced teachers who implement our student-centred pedagogical approach effectively. Most importantly, our students are inspired to perform and excel in their chosen domains, be it academic or non-scholastic. Being ranked No. 1 in Ghaziabad is indeed an honour and we are determined to set new benchmarks in education,” she said.
The school was recently in the news because of its class XII student Pal Aggarwal who topped JEE Main (All India Rank 1) with 100 percentile. Founded in the year 2004, the school has won many accolades over the years and is presently the Microsoft Showcase School 2021-22. It has also launched and started implementing a Health Education Curriculum to promote health and well-being among students.
The Times School Survey 2021 is an elaborate study conducted in five modules: Desk Research, Factual Survey, Perceptual Survey, Analysis of Data and Final Rankings. What lends a great deal of credibility to it is that it is conducted by an independent research agency.
The results of the survey were published in the Times of India supplement Education Times and on the website https://timesschoolsurvey.com/ on September 27.