Mata Mariam Jan Seva Vidyalaya


Mata Mariam Jan Seva Vidyalaya was established by Delhi Catholic Archdiocese at Narnaul in April 1992 and is managed by the Society of Pilar, Goa, to impart education to children of all communities with special emphasis on character building, national integration, inculcation of patriotic spirit and secular outlook. The Society of Pilar, a Christian and religious organization is engaged in education, social and religious activities in seventeen states and three union territories of our country. The Sisters of Our Lady of Graces, Meerut (U.P.) an educational and social institutions, joined the management of Mata Mariam Jan Seva Vidyalaya in 1994. Admission is open to all boys and girls irrespective of caste and religion.

The children will be trained to acquire self-reliance and become men and women commited to God and the country. The staff will spare no efforts to provide every facility to develop their individual talents.

"The school is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi. The medium of education is in English. Thus, the students, when they complete class XII, will be fluent in English so that they can benefit from the educational facilities for science and research in English.

As a Catholic school, it is working not only for the intellectual, cultural and physical development of the children from the earliest stages, but also for the formation of character, by inculcating sound moral principles, so that they grow up as good and responsible citizens of our country.

'In the Service of God and nation' is the moto of school.