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Check Class X & XII Result   |  Nursery class list of selected candidates   |  LKG class list of selected candidates   |  EVENT :   Our young skater Janvi of Class VI once again brought home a Bronze medal for a Dance performance on skates at the Chandigarh Urban Festival 2020. Congratulations.  |   EVENT :   Intra House Competitions 2019-2020   |   EVENT :   Sanvideep of Class 1A won a Gold medal in her age category in the 113th North Region Abacus Competition  |   EVENT :   Ishaan Tahseen of Class V took part in Discover School Super League (DDSL)  |   EVENT :   Kavya of Class V got a Gold in the Rink race 1000 meters and Silver medals in the Road Race 1500 meters and 500 meters  |  

School Information as Required by CBSE

Name Saupin's School
Address Plot No. 14, Sector 32 A, Chandigarh, 160047
Phone Number 91-0172-2664732; 91-0172-2606090
Year of establishment 1990
NOC / Recognition
From Education Department, Chandigarh (UT)
Number DPI-UT-A4-4653
Issuing date 11 / 09 / 2014
Name of the Trust/Society (Act XXI, 1860) The Saupin Educational Foundation
Status Provisional
Affiliation Number 2630053
Affiliated since January 2006
Extension of affiliation upto 31 / 3 / 2022
Manager Correspondent
Name A.A. Roberts
Office Address Plot No. 14, Sector 32 A, Chandigarh, 160047
Phone Number 91-0172-4624514
List of Members of school managing committee Click to open
School Campus
Area (acres) 1.54
Area (square meters) 6232.16
Built up area (square meters) 3857.23
Area of playground (square meters) 4580.91
Other facilities
  • Indoor Games (Table Tennis, Carrom, Chess, Badminton, Gymnastic, Scrabble etc)
  • Dance facility for Classical / Folk and Western
  • Music Room for vocal and instrumental music
  • Annual Health and Medical Check up; Full time School Health Nurse (Clinical)
  • Athletics(Long Jump pit, High Jump bar, equipments for short put, Javelin throw) / jumps, Net ball, Handball, Basket Ball, Foot ball, Softball, Volley Ball, Baseball, Cricket (facilities of Automated roller, Flood Lighting, Bowling Machine etc.), Archery,  Karate,  Fencing, Boxing.


  • Tinkering Lab VIII TO IX

    TL is a work space where young minds can give shape to their ideas through hands on do-it-yourself mode; and learn innovation skills. Young children will get a chance to work with tools and equipment to understand the concepts of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). TL would contain educational and learning ‘do it yourself’ kits and equipment on – science, electronics, robotics, open source microcontroller boards, sensors and 3D printers and computers.

    In order to foster inventiveness among students, the school is setting up Tinkering for classes vii to ix.

  • Asset - Bench Marking Higher Order Thinking Skills-based assessment for Classes III to X.
  • Funtoot - an offline interactive software for maths for Classes II to IX.
  • Lego - the American Educational Robotics / models equipment for Classes II to VIII.
  • Tigtag/Twig -  The complete digital resources for teaching Primary Science in Classes I to V. Tigtag includes hundreds of films, lessons plans and ideas for practical activities. 
  • School Cinema - (Classes I –X)is Film based learning module combined with a fun and exciting workbook to reaffirm values, morals and equip children with skills to deal with every day challenges. Value based films for teachers and parents along with interactive sessions.
  • E-Blocks - E-Blocks bring students interaction with software to a new dimension. With the E-Blocks software childre of pre primary learn English and Maths with exciting pictures, music, animations and games that encourage collaborative work and make learning meaningful, sucessful and a concrete social experience. 
  • DESIGNMATEMono comes with a library of around 2500 learning objects /topics. These learning objects cater to k12 Curriculum of Science and Mathematics. Each learning object comes with a set of learning resources like 3D animated videos, 3D simulations, 3D Interactive, 3D Virtual labs, quiz, Images, text, web-links, glossary and key-terms as one single integrated object. The 3D animated videos act as strong visualization tools for easy understanding of complex concepts. Likewise, the 3D simulations, 3D Interactive, 3D Virtual labs set in the fun-filled gaming environment, give learners infinite opportunity to actively interact with challenging concepts resulting in better understanding of the topic.
  • 3D Stereo comes with a library of 1700 learning objects wherein each learning object is a combination of 3DS animated video, simulation, interactive & virtual labs. These high resolution stereoscopic animations create an immersive effect and keep students attentive and focused from the word go. Through simulations students explore complex structures in 3D which is otherwise not possible. They can rotate the objects to a 360 degree angle as they zoom in and zoom out. Thus the learning is acquired through doing.
  • LEGO TECHTRONIC EDUCATION- Lego is another programme being used for thelast3years basically for classes 3 -8. It is hands on classroom projects which bring learning alive. It integrates Maths, Science and technology.
  • Without Walls is a programme where we bring to children knowledge on topics that are not taught as a discipline but learned over a lifetime of experiences. Visual slides and short documentaries form an integral part of this programme .Children are sensitised to current issues be it social, political or environmental.    
    The programme raises the child’s general awareness and helps the child hold his own and discuss diverse topics intelligently.

  • Computers and projectors in every classroom.
  • All rooms are Air Conditioned.
  • CCTV installed in every room.
  • More than 20 Clubs (During School hours - no extra cost) Click to open
  • 5 diferent Hobbies (During School hours - no extra cost) Click to open
Own buses 1
Buses hired on contract basis 18 (Self Transporter)
Transport Facilities
Number of Teaching Staff Click to open
Mode of payment of salary
Name of bank Union Bank of India, Sector 32, Chandigarh
Through single cheque transfer advice Transfer from School account to staff account
Size of library (square feet) 20.10 x 20.10: 4040 square feet
Total number of books 9665 (Aprox.)
Dailies 5
Reference books (class wise) 1510
Magazines 26
Name Surita Sharma
Members of Child Friendly Committee Click to open
Members of Sexual Harassment Committee Click to open
Section wise enrolment of school for the current session Click to open 
Academic session 2nd April 2019 to 25th March 2020
Vacation period 1st June 2019 to 30th June 2019 and 24th December 2019 to 14th January 2020
Admission period Dates as directed by Education Department, Chandigarh Administration from time to time

Fee Structure for 2019 - 2020


Admission Fee

(One Time)

(in rupees)

Caution Money

(One time & Refundable)

(in rupees)

Tuition Fee

(Per Quarter)

(in rupees)

Total (For New Admission)

Nursery 17,800 13,500 16,200 47,500
LKG - I 17,800 13,500 18,145 49,445
II 17,800 13,500 18,750 50,050
III - V 17,800 13,500 19,355 50,655
VI - X 17,800 13,500 19,655 50,955
XI-XII 17,800 13,500 19,050 50,350

Details of salary being paid to teaching staff/non teaching staff

Designation Scale of Pay
NTT 34,356/-
PRT 37,451/-
TGT 39,521/-
PGT 40,144/-