Sahakar Vidya Mandir
|Sahakar Vidya Mandir|
|Chairman||Mrs. Komal Zamwar|
|Number of students||20000|
|Color(s)||Navy Blue, White|
Sahakar Vidya Mandir is a school in Buldhana, India founded in 1999. The school is run by the Buldana Urban Charitable Society Ltd. In 2000 it was decided at Buldhana to hand over the school Buldana Urban Charitable Society, Buldhana. The school is affiliated to the all-India CBSE, New Delhi.
In 2013, a poll conducted showed that Sahakar Vidya Mandir, Buldhana is the best school in Maharashtra, India. The school has an active Robotics program for students. The student teams participate in FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) and FIRST Lego League (FLL).
Funding and admissions
A private institution, Sahakar Vidya Mandir is entirely dependent for funding on school fees. However, admissions are open to children of all communities.
Students from the school consistently secure more than 90% in the ICSE. In the 2010 ICSE examinations, the highest percentage in the school (best of 4 + English) was 98.4%, the second highest in India. Out of the total of 223 students (179 girls and 44 boys) who appeared for the examination that year, 161 students secured more than 90% (132 girls and 29 boys). In the 2013 ICSE examinations, Students from the Junior College have also performed well in the last four years with most students obtaining above 80 or 90%.
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