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S.No.
1 Name of the school with address
strictly as per Affiliation sanction letter or as permitted by the Board) with pin code no.
SOMERVILLE SCHOOL,
Block – H, Sector Alpha II, Greater NOIDA - 201310
(i) E mail somervillegn@gmail.com
(ii) Phone No. 0120 4253666, 4356774
(iii) Mobile No. 7042492961, 7042492962, 7042492963, 7042492964
(iv) Fax No. 0120 4356773
2 Year of establishment of school 1998
3 Whether NOC from State/UT or recommendation of Embassy of India obtained? U.P. State
(i) NOC No. 7644/15-7-161701/2001
(ii) NOC issuing date 18/09/2001
4 Is the school recognised. If yes, by which authority? Yes. U. P. Government
5 Status of affiliation:
Permanent/ Regular/ Provisional Provisional
(i) Affiliation No. 2130546
(ii) Affiliation with the Board since 01.04.2013
(iii) Extension of affiliation upto 31.03.2018
6 (i)Name of the Trust/Society/Company Registered under Section 25 of the Company Act, 1956. Lott Carey Baptist Mission in India.
(ii)Period upto which Registration of Trust/Society is valid Permanent Registration.

7. List of members of School Managing Committee

S.No. Name of the Member Designation
(1) Mrs. D. A. Tressler Chairperson
(2) Mr. Thomas T. Roy Superintendent & Secretary/Treasurer Lott Carey Baptist Mission in India
(3) Mr. Abraham Mathew Manager
(4) Dr. Mary Thomas Principal/Hon. Secretary
(5) Mrs. Padma Chauhan L.C.B.M. Nominee
(6) Vice-Admiral H. Johnson L.C.B.M. Nominee
(7) Mrs. Urmila Sharma L.C.B.M. Nominee
(8) Dr. Jessy Abraham L.C.B.M. Nominee/ Educationist Member
(9) Mrs. S. Chetsingh Educationist Member
(10) Mrs. M. N. Arul Raj Educationist Member
(11) Mrs. Manju Mishra Teacher Representative
(12) Mr. Abhishek Mani Teacher Representative
(13) Dr. C. B. Vishwakarma Parent Representative
(14) Mr. Jijo Jacob Parent Representative
(15) District Inspector Of Schools (Education Dept.) Representative Of Education Department, Dist. Gautam Budh Nagar

8 Name of the Manager/ President/ Chairman/ Correspondent Mr. Abraham Mathew, Manager,
5-Ansari Road, Daryaganj, Delhi – 110002

9. Area of School campus

(i) In Acres 5.75 Acres
(ii) In sq. mtrs. 23310.31 sq.mtrs.
(iii) Built up area ( sq.mtrs) 9450 sq.mtrs.
(iv) Area of playground in sq.mtrs. 13860 sq.mtrs.
(v) Other facilities
(i) Swimming Pool No
(ii) Indoor games Yes
(iii) Dance Rooms Yes
(iv) Gymnasium No
(v) Music Rooms Yes
(vi) Hostels No
(vii) Health and Medical Check Up Yes

10. Details of fee ( monthly total fee)

(i) Nursery Rs.4950.00
(ii) KG Rs.4840.00
(iii) I to V Rs.4840.00
(iv) VI to VIII Rs.4840.00
(v) IX & X Rs.4840.00
(vi) XI & XII RS.4840.00
Science Fees RS.600.00
Computer RS.600.00

11. Transport Facility

(i) Own buses 32
(ii) Buses hired on contract basis NONE
(iii) Details of transport charges Rs. 1300/-, 1400/- and 1600/- depending on the distance

12. Number of Teaching staff ( to be updated from time to time)

Designation Total No.
Principal 1
Vice – Principal 1
PGT 12
TGT 37
PRT 35
PRT(PET), TGT (PET), PGT (PET) 1,2,1
Counsellor 1
Librarian 1
Others(Lab Assistants) 3

13. Details of salary being paid by the school to teaching staff/non-teaching staff (to be updated time to time)

Designation Scale of Pay Grade Pay % of DA HRA EPF Contribution
PGT 9300-34800 4800 107% 30% of Basic + GP 1800
TGT 9300-34800 4600 107% 30% of Basic + GP 1800
PRT 9300-34800 4200 107% 30% of Basic + GP 1800
Non Teaching Staff 5200-20200 1800-2800 107% 30% of Basic + GP 1800

14. Mode of payment of salary

(i) Name of the Bank through which salary is drawing Bank of Baroda
(ii) Through single cheque transfer advice Transfer advice
(iii) Individual Cheque No
(iv) Cash No

15. Library Facilities

(i) Size of the library in sq. Feet Senior Library 1518 sq.ft
Junior Library 1782 sq.ft
(ii) No. of Periodicals/ Magazines 32
(iii) No. of dailies 3
(iv) No. of reference books class wise 452 ( approximate)
(v) Others Total no. of Books – 21345 (approx.)

16 Name of the Grievance / redressal Officer with Email and Fax No Dr. Mary Thomas (Principal)
somervillegn@gmail.com 0120 4356773
17 Members of Sexual Harassment Committee Dr. Mary Thomas , Principal
Mrs. Monisha Claudius, Vice Principal,
Mr. S. Kannan, PGT Commerce
Mrs. Manila Verma, PGT Political Science
Mrs. Mamta Mehrotra, Counselor
Ms. Shruti Jha, Wellness Teacher

18. Class wise enrolment of school for the current session

Class No. of Sections Total
I 4 156
II 4 161
III 4 157
IV 4 153
V 4 145
VI 4 161
VII 4 169
VIII 4 168
IX 4 144
X 4 140
XI 4 129
XII 4 123

19 Academic session period From April to March
20 Vacation Period From 20th May to 2nd July
21 Admission Period From January to July

 
  The Greater NOIDA Branch of SomervilleThe Greater NOIDA Branch of Somerville School was established on 2 July 1998 by the Lott Carey Baptist Mission in India, to fulfill the long cherished dream of Dr. W. C. Somerville, to spread education in the country. The School is administered by The Lott Carey Baptist Mission in India. It is an un – aided Christian Minority School affiliated to the CBSE Board under the 12+2 scheme. The medium of instruction is English.
   
The foundation stone for the school was laid 0n 12th January 1995 by Mr. Ravi Mathur I.A.S. Chairman of Greater NOIDA Industrial Development Authority.  
   
  We have the distinction of being the first public school of repute in the area - a fact which was recognized by the Greater NOIDA Authority on its Founder’s Day.
   
Plaque of Recognition
     
The school began with a strength of 89 students and a staff comprising of a Headmistress, 3 Teachers and Assistant Administrative Officer, a Receptionist, a Technician, a Nurse and 9 Support Staff.
First Assembly 2nd July 1998
 
   
  A special assembly was organized to mark the first day of School. Mr. Thomas T Roy ( Secretary/Treasurer), Rev. Mark and Mrs. D. A. Tressler (Principal) participated in this assembly.
   
Mr. Thomas T. Roy lighting the lamp
     
The School has grown by leaps and bounds with a current strength of 1828 students from classes I to XII and 244 students in the Preparatory section comprising of students in the Nursery and Kindergarten section.
First phase of the School Building
 
   
  The School has beautiful and imposing buildings with a green and sprawling campus spread over an area of 5.17 acre. There are wide varieties of trees and plants including the herb garden. The school believes in doing its bit to save the environment by harvesting rain water and practicing vermi-compost. The well laid out gardens are a sight to behold and source of great attraction in the vicinity.

The School believes in keeping up with modern education and has state of the art equipment for the students. Every classroom has digital teaching using the Smart Boards, which makes learning interesting and simpler for the students. To ensure the safety of the students CCTV cameras have been installed everywhere, along with a Public Address system.
   
School Building