GSSS BOPARAI KALAN started in 1945 and became a senior secondary school in 2009. The Department of Education manages it. It's in a rural area in SUDHAR block of LUDHIANA district, Punjab. The school teaches students from Grades 6 to 12. Boys and girls study together here, but there's no preschool section. The school isn't used in shifts and teaches in Punjabi. You can reach it via a road that's usable in all weather. Classes start in April. The school's housed in a government building with three classrooms in good condition. There are two extra rooms for activities besides teaching. The Headmaster/Teacher has their own room. The school's boundary wall is solid, and it's connected to electricity. There's very good drinking water source. There are two functional boys' and girls' toilets. A playground and a library with 2110 books are part of the school. There's no need for ramps for disabled students. The school has 24 working computers for teaching, along with a computer lab. Mid-day meals are provided and prepared on-site. GSSS BOPARAI KALAN offers courses from 6th to 12th grade with streams available in Arts, Science (Medical and Non-medical), Commerce, and Vocational studies. For students in these classes, there are integrated science labs, physics labs, chemistry labs, and vocational labs available for practical learning. The school also has computer labs equipped for students from 6th to 12th grade. In addition to academic facilities, the school provides sports amenities including badminton and table tennis courts, a hockey ground, and an army training ground for physical education and extracurricular activities.


Amandeep Singh, an accomplished academic, holds an M.Phil in Mathematics, UGC (NET) qualification, and a B.Ed degree. Serving as the Principal of Government Senior Secondary School in Boparai Kalan near Mullanpur, Ludhiana, he completed his undergraduate studies in Non-Medical and pursued his post-graduation in Mathematics from SCD Government College, Ludhiana. Additionally, he obtained his B.Ed from BCM College, Ludhiana. His journey in the field of education began when he was selected as a Mathematics lecturer in 2006. Later, in 2012, he successfully cleared the PCS exam and was appointed as an Excise and Taxation Officer. Subsequently, in 2019, he transitioned from this role to become a direct appointee as Principal, showcasing his dedication and commitment to the field of education.

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