Piramal Girls Sr. Sec. School

A Residential Girls’ School affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi
Run & Managed by – Dr. Mohanlal Piramal Charitable Trust
Bagar – Jhunjhunu (Raj.)

Proud History

Piramal Girls Sr. Sec. School affiliated to CBSE Board an independent Residential and Day School with more than 870 students and 45 staffs, is one of the well known and outstanding school in Bagar, Rajasthan established in 2006 by the Piramal Group of Institutes (Dr. Mohanlal Piramal Charitable Trust) which has to its credit the distinction of running various educational institutes of repute since 1930.
In the year 1930, Seth Piramalji laid the foundation for women’s education in Rajasthan in a town called Bagar. He did this in challenging circumstances as the practice of female infanticide was prevalent in India in those days and even more so in Rajasthan. Seth Piramalji wanted to bring about “Social Reforms” and wanted to do away with social evils such as dowry, Sati and female infanticide. He came up with the revolutionary ideas of educating and thus empowering girls. Being an eminent industrialist and a great visionary, he recognized the need and significance of girl’s education, for the betterment and upliftment of our society, as well as of our nation at large. This noble task was difficult in a conservative and backward society. However, with determination and complete devotion, he started the school completely free of cost, and convinced parents in the town to send their daughters to our school. This noble task laid the foundation for our institution which were then grown manifold by Dr. Mohanlal Piramal and raised to new heights by him. He went on to start an English Medium School, Arts and Science Girls College and finally Post Graduate Masters College. Today, our institutions hold 1st position in the field of Girls Education, not only in Shekhawati but in the entire state of Rajasthan. The school is affiliated to C.B.S.E. and provides a rich stimulating learning environment for girls which fosters natural curiosity and thirst for knowledge.

News & Updates

International Day of Yoga

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Holiday list

this is holiday list you can see or download These activities are regularly organized as per their plan. These activities play a vital role in the over all development of the student’s personality. Special attention is therefore paid to them. Some of the activities include music and dance competition cultural programmes, dramatics, debates, physical training, … Continue reading Holiday list