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THE SOURCE : Francis of Assisi

 

Francis was born in the year 1182 in the lovely town of Assisi in Italy. His father was a wealthy cloth merchant, very prosperous in his textile business. Francis was a happy-go-lucky, luxurious and handsome young man. When he was 20, in a war with the neighbouring Perugians, he was captured and was made to spend a year in prison. While confined to his bed with fever for several months, he came to realize the emptiness of the life he had been leading. Abandoning his former wasteful ways, he served the poor, the sick especially the lepers. He tried to find God’s will and plan in solitary prayer, meditation and penance. He also single handedly renovated the church of St. Damian when the ancient crucifix commended: “Repair my house which is falling to ruin.” His father disinherited Francis of all his wealth and possessions which was gladly accepted by him. Then onwards he lived like a hermit and began to practice poverty in a strict sense imitating the gospel values and the norms of discipleship of Jesus Christ.
Francis had a very impressive and affectionate personality. He was very cheerful and unassertive. He was speedily able to effect many reconciliation on his journeys through Italy, Southern France & Spain. A great number of sinners were won over by his loving, winning personality and his all embracing sympathy.
St. Francis parted away at the age of 44 on October 4th 1226. He was canonized two years after his death and still remains as the world’s best known and most loved saint.

THE SOCIETY : The Beginning

 

After 15 years of his death, a group of pious women, inspired by the life and example of St. Francis of Assisi, started a small convent in the little town of Dillingen near the river Danube in Germany in 1241. The main purpose of this congregation was: “to give due praise and glory to God through adoration and care for the people who were in need.”
For nearly 600 years, the convent continued at the single convent simple in style weathering the storms of time. But the members remained steadfast in their faith and put their hope and trust in the providence of God Almighty. In course of time as more girls wanted to join the congregation, the mission spread to other parts of Germany and the rest of the world. The Franciscan Sisters set foot on the soil of the city of Bilaspur in the year 1979 and settled in Nehru Nagar Area. They soon discovered that most of the local population of the adjoining Ameri Village & surrounding areas were illiterate and the tender buds were wandering around aimlessly without education. The plight of the people ignited the spark in the hearts of the Franciscan Sisters and they felt the dire need to light up the souls of these children with value education.

THE SCHOOL : The Memorable Past

 

The School had a very humble beginning in a shed with 7 kids for the Pre-Primary classes on 13th July 1980. The classes commenced in Gandhi Nagar (Nehru Nagar) under the able guidance of its First Head Mistress, Sr. Jocita & Sr. Elisa. The school was later shifted to its present premises in Ameri Road Campus on the memorable date of 1st July 1991.
The institution, then named as St. Francis Convent School, commenced its functioning in July 1991 with the pre-primary classes. In July 1994 under the aegis of its Second Head Mistress Sr. Paulit, the school started Primary School Education with Class-I in the Ameri Campus. There were 38 students in the first batch of Class-I & combined with the pre-primary sections, the strength accounted to 242. Ever since its inception, the institution has blossomed and continued on the path of nurturing and grooming young buds of the society into mature and responsible citizens of tomorrow. The number of classes and students grew steadily each year and by God’s grace, as per the last Academic Session 2015-2016, we have 4772 blooming buds dispersing their fragrance in this institution.
In the year 1998, Sr. Rosilin Augustine took over as the Principal of this institution from Sr. Paulit. Since then, with the joint efforts of the dedicated staff, parents and well wishers, she has been instrumental in rendering unique service not only in dispelling abject ignorance and illiteracy but also helping the society. It is due to her hectic efforts and selfless service to humanity, her visionary instinct, motivating leadership, the school is growing with confidence under her experienced and graceful hands. Greatly influenced by the teachings of St. Francis, she spearheaded and successfully paved the path for quality education in Bilaspur District of Chhattisgarh. The school now stands proudly as one of the premier educational institutions in Bilaspur. Time has witnessed her success stories as the glorious years have rolled on adding a new feather to her cap and a new dimension to her personality and the school.

THE SCHOOL : The Delightful Present

 

St. Francis Senior Secondary School, Bilaspur (C.G) is a Catholic minority institution established and run by the Society of Sisters of St. Francis registered under the Societies Registration Act-44 (1973) with Registration No. 9067. It is a co-educational institution with a tradition of loving and respecting relations. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi vide Affiliation No. 3330058 and follows 10+2 pattern of education. It prepares students for All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE - Class X) and All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE – Class XII) conducted by the C.B.S.E. The School provides an array of subjects to choose from Science & Mathematics streams at the +2 level.
Great care is taken so see that not only high standards are maintained in the Academic ideology but also value education, self-discipline and respect for life become an integral part of the students’ life. Games and sports are also given utmost priority and it has helped us create champions representing the school at the District, State and the National Level in various Sports. The curriculum also provides ample room for co-curricular activities with wide variety of events organized periodically throughout the year. The St. Francis Kids World provides a congenial environment for the all around development of the child to meet the challenges of the new millennium. Positive ideas are inculcated in students regarding scientific outlook, moral values, cleanliness of self and the surroundings, graceful manners, obedience and discipline. Audio Visual room for small kids, spacious playground, and computer laboratory are the tools in the hands of highly qualified and dedicated teachers who pay individual care to achieve high academic standard.
With a view to bring about the harmonious blend of Science & Technology and Moral values, Sr. Rosilin with her dedicated team of teachers and staff members brought into existence the Kids World. It infuses the thirst for knowledge, devotion to duty, honesty & patriotic fervour besides humanism.

Salient Features

The school is equipped with all basic and enhanced amenities necessary for the proper development of students.

Optimum study Hours

The school maintains an equilibrium between the teaching hours and for activities.

Digital Smart classes

The school is provides digital smart classes to shape up the students of tomorrow.

Canteen

The school also features a safe and hygenic canteen to cater to the needs of students and staff..

Go Green

The school follows the Go Gree initiave and works hard at keeping the campus green and harmonious with nature.


Features

INFRASTRUCTURE

St. Francis Senior Secondary School, Bilaspur is located in a large and panoramic vista of 7.5 acres. A sound palatial infrastructure has been designed to impart quality education with all amenities to all classes. The school has a vast and varied playground to promote all kinds of sports activities. The school also possesses well equipped laboratories for each of the practical subjects from science stream along with multiple high-tech computer practical rooms well maintained with latest computers and devices. The school also has Music and Art rooms for grooming young talents. The school is divided into four main blocks. Each block has been designed specifically for the classes which are conducted there.

Standout infrastructure...

Cores of Academic Learning...

Scholastics

The school stresses on imparting quality education to the students studying here. The curriculum and syallbus followed is strictly in accordance with the C.B.S.E. and N.C.E.R.T. The salient features of Scholastic Education are:

Curriculum and Methodology

The curriculum of studies is followed strictly as per the guidelines laid down by the C.B.S.E. and its Grading System is strictly being adhered to in all the classes. C.B.S.E. emphasizes on Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation and to facilitate the same, the entire session is meticulously divided in to individual terms as per the needs of different classes..

Two TERMS

For, Classes I to XIII the academic year is divided into two terms. Each term has its own syllabus and set of evaluations. The syllabus is split equally into two parts and each term covers 1/2 of the syllabus. This system lessens the burden of the students and makes learning more effective and fun-filled. To reinforce the Continuous Evaluation System, Projects, Assignments and Activities are aptly scheduled in all the terms so that the learning and its assessment remains a continuous process in our system.

DAY SYSTEM

A unique system has been adopted in the school to negate the effect of loss of periods due to holidays etc. The school follows a Day-wise Time Table. The entire session is divided into packets and each packet has five days. Each Day is the basic building block of the packet and is derived chronologically from the first working day of the session which is DAY-1. Subsequently all weekdays (working days only) except Saturdays are marked as DAY-2, DAY-3, DAY-4 & DAY-5. The same cycle is repeated till all the working days are covered.

TEACHING METHODS

We believe that learning is a continuous process and it should be interesting and should not become a burden on tender minds. Hence varying teaching methods are effectively applied to bring out the best in the child. These include play-way method, class activities, and interactive methods with optimum student participation which induces rational outlook in the child. Teachers make use lots of audio-visual aids for better understanding and a clear concept. A practical approach to the learning process is provided in close contact with nature..

inclusion of value education

We believe that Education is incomplete without values and the appropriately the school emphasizes on laying down the foundation of value system in students at a very early age.

discipline as a part of education

Just like values, discipline is the backbone of a student's life. Hence the school makes a conscious effort to mould basic disciplinary manners into the students character.

Quote by St. Francis

"Lord, grant me the strength to accept the things I cannot change the things I can, the courage to change things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference."

Co-Scholastics

In modern day Education, Development of co-scholastic aspects of the personality such as Life Skills, Attitudes and Values, participation and achievement in Co-Curricular activities as well as Health and Physical Education need to be considered. For the purpose, the school provides the following facilities:

Physical Education

Physical education is an integral part of any system of education since a sound mind can be developed only in a sound body. Sports and games take their rightful place in the lives of students at this School, where they seek high-level competition and recreation at the same time. This also teaches them the qualities of self-control, self-esteem and leadership and develops the characteristics of a true team player and sportsperson, attributes that will be of value later in life. A special curriculum has been drawn up by the Physical Education Department, which makes it possible for every student to participate and excel in any particular discipline of Sports/Games of his/her choice.

ART EDUCATION

Art plays a vital role in our daily life. A country, a community and a society becomes great by its art and culture. Our tradition, view, costume, living style or choice whatever we think - in all spheres, an aesthetic sense is hidden behind it. We believe that art is the essence of our pure life; It should be implemented from school level? The Art Education Department has developed a board based curriculum in the disciplines of Sketching, Drawing, Water Colour/Oil painting, Glass painting, Ceramic Painting, Textile/Graphic/Creative designing etc.

MUSIC AND DANCE

The idea employed for Visual Arts also applies for the Performing Arts i.e. Music & Dance. Music is an integral part of the fabric of our society itself. With a strong, sequential curriculum that includes music, children develop their abilities to make, create, and respond to music. This is a pattern of success that is supported by a fast-growing collection of data from educational researchers-but it's also a pattern of success that is familiar to generations of parents and to generations of music teachers. Under the performing Arts, students can opt for Music (Vocal/Instrumental) or dance.

 

 

CLUB AND HOUSE SYSTEM

The House system aims at fostering a spirit of cooperation, unity and healthy competition for the integral growth of the students. For the purpose, all the students are equally grouped into four different Houses. Each house has a Motto and it is the duty of the students to serve their respective houses and contribute towards its glory. Inter House competitions are organized in all events at the Senior and Junior levels. Extra curricular activities of a varied nature are conducted house-wise to promote a harmonious development of the students. In addition to the houses, various clubs are also formed to encourage the students’ participation in different activities. The clubs include Social Welfare Club, Cultural Club, Discipline Club, Science Club, Language Club, Sports Club etc. Each Club has ten members and each club is headed by two Incharges.

Display Boards & Assembly Conduction

Display Boards serve as a medium of expression and hence are an essential part of school activities. The school has four display boards for each of the four houses and Class Board for All Classes. Periodically a theme is provided to each of the four houses as well the classes and with keen interest and competitive spirit students decorate these boards with theme-based information. These are evaluated and points are awarded to the respective houses or classes based on the quality of content as well as the amount of hard work the students have put in. Each year, all the classes are assigned the responsibility of conducting the Morning Assembly sequentially. It is the duty of each designated class to prepare the pledge, Thought for the Day, Categorized News, Information on the day’s Theme, in addition to the Prayer and the National Anthem. The performance of each of the classes is recorded and at the end of each year, the best performers are awarded for their efforts.

School Band

The school also has a dedicated and trained school band to ornament various occasions of celebrations. Our school takes great pride of having our own school band which comprises of a group of student musicians who rehearse and perfect instrumental music together. It is under the direction of one or more band directors who train them in wind and percussion instruments. The school has successfully tapped their hidden talents and brought out the best in them with the sole purpose of performing on various occasions.

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Mission Statement

We aim to provide a total learning experience to the students who enter the portals of this institution preparing them for life. We help learners to connect knowledge to life outside the school equipping them with life skills and attitudes to adapt themselves to the changing needs of the society. We ensure that the learners are highly principled, disciplined, spiritually and morally compassionate individuals who can face the world with composure, confidence, equanimity and a balanced rationalistic outlook. The school upholds the essence of St. Francis of Assisi by inculcating in the learners a spirit of respect and responsibility towards all living creatures and biodiversity.

We sincerely desire to groom students to be adaptable, flexible, committed and enlightened individuals with a vision to IGNITE, ILLUMINATE and INSPIRE the world.

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St. Francis Higher Secondary School
Ameri Road, Ring Road 2,
Bilaspur (C.G.)
PIN: 495001

 07752-271236 / 405023

 +91-9770410479

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Issued Transfer Certificates List

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2016-2017

SN    TC No    TC Date    Adm No.    Student Name    Last Class Studying/Studied

1    3399    02-04-2016    5501/16    SUBHANGI SINGH    NUR G

2    3450    28-04-2016    6575/13    ARANYA MUKHERJEE    4 C

3    3453    29-04-2016    4459/09    SWAPNIL DANGE    12 D

4    3458    30-04-2016    6557/13    OTHNIEL RONALD DANIEL    4 C

5    3464    13-05-2016    3908/12    IRIS TIRKEY    1 F

6    3465    16-05-2016    6896/14    HIMANSHU AILANI    3 A

7    3469    19-05-2016    5329/10    PRAKHYA    8 F

8    3471    24-05-2016    4230/08    ROMAAN QURAISHI    9 E

9    3473    01-06-2016    5778/11    MUSKAAN DEWANGAN    6 F

10    3594    11-06-2016    4155/08    AMAN AGRAWAL    9 C

11    3601    22-06-2016    4640/14    MOHANISH JOSHI    KG-II G

12    3605    23-06-2016    3117/006    SHRUTI GHOSH    11 C

13    3606    24-06-2016    7545/15    VIHAN GUPTA    2 E

14    3607    24-06-2016    7208/14    KHUSHI AGRAWAL    5 D

15    3608    24-06-2016    4580/14    RASHI AGRAWAL    KG-II A

16    3610    24-06-2016    7160/14    K NAVEEN    3 F

17    3612    25-06-2016    5082/15    SHAKTI MISTRY    KG-I E

18    3617    27-06-2016    4259/08    G ANIMESH RAO    9 C

19    3618    27-06-2016    4961/09    SUDHANSHU THAKRE    8 F

20    3620    28-06-2016    4452/09    NISHAT KHAN    11 C

21    3622    28-06-2016    4273/08    PARAG GUPTA    9 E

22    3624    30-06-2016    7283/14    AWADHESH JINDAL    7 E

23    3638    05-07-2016    5088/10    DIVYASHREE KORI    7 F

24    3641    07-07-2016    5440/10    NISTALA LIKHITA    11 D

25    3642    07-07-2016    5439/10    NISTALA RISHITA    11 D

26    3648    09-07-2016    6837/13    NEHA PATIDAR    11 C

27    3654    13-07-2016    3473/06    OJESH MISHRA    11 B

28    3660    14-07-2016    7625/15    SAGAR TRIPATHI    2 D

29    3668    21-07-2016    3542/07    AMITESH DHAL    11 D

30    3687    26-07-2016    5129/15    SUSHANT KANWAR    KG-I F

31    3721    08-08-2016    4218/08    AAKARSH SAMUEL    9 D

32    3729    24-08-2016    6051/12    ISHA WALIA    8 B

33    3730    24-08-2016    6007/12    SIMAR WALLIA    5 A

34    3732    26-08-2016    5212/10    AARYA SAPRE    7 D

35    3735    02-09-2016    5517/10    ABHISHEK SOLOMAN    7 E

36    3736    08-09-2016    3375/06    CHIRAG MANJHI    11 B

37    3740    21-09-2016    4152/08    HARSH PATEL    9 A

38    3745    24-11-2016    3480/06    MONIKA SAHU    11 A

39    3746    28-11-2016    7869/16    NAITIK DAYALANI    1 B

40    3747    21-12-2016    5277/16    D. DHRUVA SAKETH    NUR G

41    3750    16-03-2017    4936/15    IFRA OWAISH    KG-I D

42    3751    17-03-2017    4306/13    BHAUMYA KAUSHIK    KG-II B

43    3752    17-03-2017    4206/13    YUVRAJ ROHRA    KG-II A

44    3753    17-03-2017    5329/16    PRATITI ROSARIA TIRKEY    NUR A

45    3754    17-03-2017    4793/15    BHUMI ROHRA    NUR B

46    3755    17-03-2017    4205/13    HARSH ROHRA    KG-II A

47    3757    21-03-2017    6241/12    ARYAN SAINI    5 C

48    3758    21-03-2017    7945/16    VIDITA CAROLINE TIRKEY    1 C

49    3759    21-03-2017    6660/13    MUNIRA PATEL    4 C

50    3760    23-03-2017    7052/14    JAY DAYALANI    3 D

51    3761    23-03-2017    6407/12    HITEN CHAWLA    5 F

52    3762    23-03-2017    6153/12    MANAS AHUJA    5 A

53    3763    23-03-2017    7650/15    PRANAV PRINCE    2 C

54    3764    23-03-2017    6622/13    SHUJAAN AHMED KHAN    4 F

55    3765    23-03-2017    7408/15    ISHITA DEY    2 F

56    3766    23-03-2017    7546/15    SHEIKH SHAHEEN    2 C

57    3767    23-03-2017    7254/14    ABHIJEET KUJUR    3 B

58    3768    24-03-2017    7512/15    RAGHAV SINGH    2 F

59    3769    25-03-2017    4801/15    AARYA ABHISHEK PHANSALKAR    NUR D

60    3770    25-03-2017    4384/09    PRAJAL RAJ PAUL    8 E

61    3771    25-03-2017    5892/11    ATHARV PANDEY    6 F

62    3772    25-03-2017    5862/11    AASTHA SAINI    6 D

63    3773    25-03-2017    4350/09    RUCHI SIDARA    8 C

64    3774    27-03-2017    4670/09    CHITRANSH VERMA    8 E

65    3775    27-03-2017    4675/09    HEMANT AHUJA    8 E

66    3776    27-03-2017    6190/12    ANUSHKA GADODIA    5 B

67    3777    27-03-2017    4809/09    ARADHANA    8 A

68    3778    27-03-2017    4527/09    ARUN KUMAR RANA    9 C

69    3779    27-03-2017    5034/10    HONEY HINDUJA    7 F

70    3780    27-03-2017    7294/14    ASHISH KUMAR    4 E

71    3781    27-03-2017    7308/14    MANISH KUMAR    8 F

72    3782    27-03-2017    5277/10    ASHLESHA RAJESH AHUJA    7 F

73    3783    27-03-2017    4594/09    AAKRITI AGRAWAL    8 E

74    3784    27-03-2017    6544/13    AMBER AGRAWAL    4 B

75    3785    27-03-2017    5712/11    ANSHIKA AGRAWAL    6 E

76    3786    27-03-2017    6568/13    A KRIISH KUMAR    4 E

77    3787    27-03-2017    5264/10    VIVEK MENGHANI    7 D

78    3788    27-03-2017    6657/13    MAHIMA MENGHANI    4 B

79    3789    27-03-2017    4770/09    MAYANK DAYALANI    7 A

80    3790    30-03-2017    3014/05    ABHISHEK PANDEY    11 C

81    3791    30-03-2017    5082/10    BHUMI CHAWLA    7 F

82    3792    30-03-2017    8055/16    TANISHQ PANJWANI    1 E

83    3793    30-03-2017    6256/12    MANAV PATEL    5 C

84    3794    30-03-2017    4372/09    SAMARTH PATIDAR    8 D

85    3795    30-03-2017    6297/12    DIWAKAR PATIDAR    5 D

86    3796    30-03-2017    5546/16    SHOURYA DUBEY    NUR G

87    3797    30-03-2017    4764/14    PRAGYA MISHRA    KG-I C

88    3798    30-03-2017    5766/11    SUHASINI MISHRA    6 E

89    3799    30-03-2017    5923/11    ASHUTOSH KUSHWAHA    6 D

90    3800    30-03-2017    5205/10    DEVANSH JADWANI    7 A

91    3801    30-03-2017    4362/09    CHINTADA YASHWANTH    8 C

92    3802    30-03-2017    5652/11    ARYAN KUJUR    6 E

93    3803    30-03-2017    5014/10    PIYUSH KUMAR THAWANI    6 B

94    3804    30-03-2017    8074/16    DOLLY THAWANI    1 F

95    3805    30-03-2017    5059/10    SATYAM TRIPATHI    7 C

96    3806    31-03-2017    6967/14    SHAIKH PRINCE    3 B

97    3808    31-03-2017    5188/10    HARSHIT MODI    7 B

98    3809    03-04-2017    3397/06    MANJEET XAXA    11 C

99    3810    03-04-2017    7551/15    SALOM MASIH    2 C

100    3811    03-04-2017    6517/13    SAMUEL MASIH    4 F

101    3812    03-04-2017    6056/12    TEJBEER SINGH GAMBHIR    8 B

102    3813    03-04-2017    5674/11    JHANAK NAGDEO    6 C

103    3814    05-04-2017    6031/12    DIVYA KHAIRHA    7 B

104    3815    05-04-2017    4812/09    INDRANIL BASU    8 C

105    3816    05-04-2017    4266/08    KHUSHAL DUHLANI    8 D

106    3817    05-04-2017    4315/08    AKSHITA THAKUR    8 E

107    3818    05-04-2017    4676/09    AAKSHAT VERMA    8 B

108    3819    05-04-2017    6335/12    ABHIJEET SAKHUJA    5 E

109    3820    05-04-2017    4808/09    MUKESH TAHALYANI    8 B

110    3821    05-04-2017    6944/14    GAURI KHANNA    3 B

111    3822    05-04-2017    4821/09    PRARABDHA SHRIVASTAVA    11 B

112    3823    06-04-2017    4786/09    PRANJAL GUPTA    8 C

113    3824    06-04-2017    4998/10    UTKARSH BURNWAL    7 A

114    3825    06-04-2017    7336/14    ARSHPREET KAUR GAMBHIR    3 A

115    3826    06-04-2017    6057/12    TALVEEN KOUR GAMBHIR    8 B

116    3827    07-04-2017    4119/08    MADHAV WADHI    9 F

117    3828    07-04-2017    7108/14    KRISHNA NAGDEV    3 E

118    3829    07-04-2017    5287/16    RUHI TRIPATHI    PRE NUR B

119    3830    07-04-2017    4792/09    MANSA AGRAWAL    8 D

120    3831    07-04-2017    6792/13    YASHITA YADAV    4 C

121    3832    07-04-2017    6067/12    SANSKRITI CHOUDHARY    9 A

122    3833    07-04-2017    7205/14    T SHRESTHA    4 C

123    3834    07-04-2017    4239/08    SAHIL MULCHANDANI    9 B

124    3835    07-04-2017    4791/09    GUNGUN MULCHANDANI    8 C

125    3836    07-04-2017    6234/12    ADARSH GHAI    5 C

126    3837    08-04-2017    4364/09    ARCHIE GHANSHANI    8 C

127    3838    08-04-2017    7296/14    AARAV CHAWLA    5 E

128    3839    10-04-2017    4412/09    PRATHAM DHAGAT    8 A

129    3840    10-04-2017    6955/14    PRARABDHA POTDAR    3 B

130    3841    10-04-2017    5275/10    ARCHIT AGRAWAL    7 F

131    3842    12-04-2017    5142/15    ABEER UPADHYAY    NUR B

132    3843    12-04-2017    5834/11    CHIRAG LALWANI    6 F

133    3844    12-04-2017    5031/10    AASTHA LALWANI    7 A

134    3845    12-04-2017    7712/15    ANAMIKA KUJUR    6 F

135    3846    12-04-2017    6642/13    B YADVI    4 B

136    3847    13-04-2017    5011/15    ARYANA SHARMA    KG-I B

137    3848    13-04-2017    5326/10    ANUSHKA XALXO    8 C

138    3849    17-04-2017    6738/13    RISHAB VASWANI    4 C

139    3850    19-04-2017    3716/07    HARSH NARAYAN DUBEY    9 A

140    3851    20-04-2017    5582/11    ATHARV SHUKLA    8 D

141    3852    20-04-2017    7734/15    AROOSH PRATAP SINGH BHADOURIA    7 B

142    3853    21-04-2017    6820/13    JENCY ANTHONY    11 C

143    3854    21-04-2017    5514/10    HIMANSHU BECK    9 D

144    3855    21-04-2017    4233/08    VINAMRA BHUSHAN MISHRA    8 E

145    3856    24-04-2017    3354/06    SHIVI J KHARE    11 B

146    3857    24-04-2017    6804/13    DIYA SARKAR    11 C

147    3858    24-04-2017    3890/07    ASHISH KUMAR BHANU    9 F

148    3859    24-04-2017    4963/09    AKASH DEEP KUJUR    9 E

149    3860    25-04-2017    3410/06    AISHWARYA YADAV    11 C

150    3861    27-04-2017    5346/10    RUDRAKSH TIWARI    9 B

151    3862    28-04-2017    3881/07    ;ANWESHA MISHRA    10 D

152    3863    28-04-2017    4388/09    ROHIT KUMAR    8 D

153    3864    28-04-2017    4245/08    AADISH BHATT    9 A

154    3865    28-04-2017    3910/07    HARSH SATYAPAL    9 C

155    3866    28-04-2017    3388/06    SHRUTI AWASTHI    11 C

156    3867    08-05-2017    4128/08    ANGEL BEULA KANDULNA    9 A

157    3868    11-05-2017    2717/05    VAIBHAV KHANDELWAL    11 A

158    3870    02-06-2017    3409/06    RASHI YADAV    11 C

159    3871    06-06-2017    3692/07    VAYNU VAIDYA    10 B

160    3872    06-06-2017    3945/07    DANE O CONNOR    10 A

161    3873    06-06-2017    3727/07    UNNATI GANDHI    10 F

162    3874    06-06-2017    4421/09    K SRIHARSHA    10 D

163    3875    06-06-2017    4548/09    MOKSHADA S VERMA    10 D

164    3877    07-06-2017    4277/08    PRATHAM KASHYAP    7 C

165    3878    08-06-2017    3994/08    PRANJAL DUBEY    10 D

166    3879    08-06-2017    3686/07    RISHITA SHARMA    10 A

167     3880     08/06/2017     3683/07     ANUSHKA SINGH CHOUHAN     10 D

168     3881     08/06/2017     6088/12     SNEHA SARKAR     10 D

169     3882     08/06/2017     4855/09     AARUSHI DUBEY     10 A

170    3883    10/06/2017    4872/09    PARISHRUT BISWAS    10 B

171    3884    12/06/2017    3776/07    UMANG GUPTA    10 D

172    3885    12/06/2017    3981/08    ALANKRITI AHUJA    10 D

173    3886    12/06/2017    3762/07    PERINE PAUL XAXA    10 D

174    3887    12/06/2017    4500/09    NIKITA RATHI    12 A

175    3888    12/06/2017    3964/08    B VASUDHA    10 D

176    3889    12/06/2017    3769/07    HARSHIKA BHUSHAN    10 A

177    3890    12/06/2017    7758/15    VANSHIKA MISHRA    10 B

178    3892    13/06/2017    3861/07    BHAVYA VORA    10 D

179    3893    13/06/2017    6123/12    ANANYA CHAWLA    10 B

180    3894    13/06/2017    3730/07    JAI JAGYASI    10 C

181    3895    13/06/2017    2694/05    ANVESHA KESHARWANI    12 A

182    3896    13/06/2017    6687/13    SIDDHARTH YADAV    4 B

183    3897    14-06-2017    5617/11    PRANJAL GUPTA    12 A

184    3898    14-06-2017    3508/06    ALITA AISHWARYA LALL    10 C

185    3899    15-06-2017    3238/06    KRITIKA SHARMA    12 A

186    3900    15-06-2017    4922/09    MAYUR SINGH    10 D

187    3901    15-06-2017    3823/07    K SHEBA    10 C

188    3902    16-06-2017    6789/13    UTTARA KHATIK    12 A

189    3903    16-06-2017    3974/08    AMAN JAIN    10 F

190    3904    16-06-2017    5543/11    BHUMI CHOUDHARY    9 C

191    3905    16-06-2017    6038/12    VINAYAK KHANDELWAL    7 C

2017-2018

SN    TC No    TC Date    Adm No.    Student Name    Last Class Studying/Studied

1     3869    31/05/2017     6160/12     PRATUSH PANDEY    6 F

2    3876   07/06/2017     8096/16     SASWATI BANERJEE     2 F

3    3891   13/06/2017     5075/10     RASHI RANJAN     8 E

"Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible."

St. Francis of Assisi