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Guru Nanak International Public School was conceived by Late S. Sant Singh Gujarkhani, Former General Secretary Guru Nanak Education Trust, Gujarkhan Campus, Model Town, Ludhiana. The school was established in 1987 and runs under the overall supervision and guidance of its wonderful management, by keeping in view this golden idea: “Journey of Thousand Miles Begin with One Step.”

The school is governed by the Educated Elite:

President: S. Paramjit Singh Sarna

Vice-President: S. Harvinder Pal Singh Sarna

General Secretary: Er. Gurvinder Singh

Director: Mrs. Kuldip Kaur Kohli

The school is an English Medium co-education, senior secondary school, affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi (C.B.S.E., New Delhi) vide no.1630569.The school follows the syllabus prescribed by C.B.S.E. up to its Senior Secondary classes.


The school is spread over an area of 2.2 acres. Well ventilated classrooms surrounded by lush green lawns are designed to allow natural light throughout the day. The entire ambience of GNIPS Board is student friendly. The school follows the syllabus prescribed by CBSE up to its senior secondary classes.

Towards improving quality in education, Our curriculum has been designed to cater the following requirements.

  • Provide knowledge
  • Meet emerging global challenges
  • Provide value education
  • Develop logical thinking and scientific aptitude.
  • Facilitate creativity and excellence
  • Cope with development of science and technology
  • Appreciate nature and inculcate aesthetic sense.
  • Maintain health, consciousness and hygiene.
  • Provide communicative approach to language teaching.
  • Update information technology skills.
  • Practice innovations in learning methodologies.
  • Promote psycho-motor skills.
  • Update regularity the pedagogical skills of the teachers.
  • Helps to build 21st Century skills among students.
  • Improve creative and critical thinking skills of students.
  • Facilitate “hand-on” experience for students.
  • To anticipate high order thinking skills (HOTS).