AFFILIATION NO: 1130255

SCHOOL CODE: 30197

UDISE NUMBER: 27211006504

ABOUT US

Jaipuriar School is a CBSE-affiliated co-educational institution in Navi Mumbai, established in 2001. It is a reputed school that focuses on continuous improvement of its infrastructure, quality education, and overall growth of students. The school’s motto is “Vidya Amrutashnute,” which means “Knowledge is immortal.”

JAIPURIAR SCHOOL, Sanpada, Navi Mumbai established in the year 2001 is a CBSE Affiliated Co-educational institution which caters to students from nursery to Senior Secondary (10 + 2). It has emerged as a reputed institution focusing on continuous improvement of its infrastructure, quality education and overall growth of students. The motto of the school is “ Vidya Amrutashnute”, which means “Knowledge is immortal, it is IMPERISHABLE Knowledge gained can never die.” Hence, knowledge is power. The school envisions to impart its students child-centered value based quality education with maximum thrust on Indian culture leading to ….
JAIPURIAR SCHOOL, Sanpada, Navi Mumbai established in the year 2001 is a CBSE Affiliated Co-educational institution which caters to students from nursery to Senior Secondary (10 + 2). It has emerged as a reputed institution focusing on continuous improvement of its infrastructure, quality education and overall growth of students. The motto of the school is “ Vidya Amrutashnute”, which means “Knowledge is immortal, it is IMPERISHABLE Knowledge gained can never die.” Hence, knowledge is power. The school envisions to impart its students child-centered value based quality education with maximum thrust on Indian culture leading to ….

About Us

Jaipuriar School treads the path of “Vidhya Amrutashnute”, which means that Knowledge is immortal, it is imperishable and knowledge gained can never die. Hence, knowledge is power. The School envisions to impart its students, child centered and value based quality education with maximum thrust on Indian culture leading to “Learning for Life”.

Meet Our Dedicated Educators at Jaipuriar School

“Explore our accomplished teaching staff at Jaipuriar School, a dedicated team fostering a love for learning and shaping young minds.”

School Strength 2022-23

Discover our School’s Vibrant Community – A Snapshot of Our Student Body for the Academic Year 2022-23.

Grade Total Strength
Nursery 30
Jr. Kindergarten 64
Sr. Kindergarten 96
I 114
II 122
III 159
IV 153
V 134
Grade Total Strength
VI 119
VII 77
VIII 90
IX 84
X 92
XI SCIENCE 232
XII SCIENCE 171
XII COMMERCE 06

Total number of students: 1743

Updated List as on 01.02.2024

School Committees

GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE

JAIPURIAR SCHOOL aim to provide not only high standard of education but also safe supportive learning environment. The objective of the GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE is to develop a responsive and accountable attitude among all to maintain a harmonious educational atmosphere in the institute. The function of the committee is to look into the complaints lodged by any student, and judge its merit, it is also empowered to look into matters of harassment.

Anyone with a genuine grievance may approach the committee In charge. Incase the person is unwilling to appear in self, grievance may be dropped in writing at letter box / suggestion box placed at the Administrative Block.

JAIPURIAR SCHOOL believes it is very essential for upholding dignity of our school, and by ensuring strife free atmosphere in school through promoting cordial Student- Student relationship and Student- teacher relationship etc. The main motive of the committee is to encourage students to express their grievance/ problems freely and frankly, without any fear of being victimized.

S.NO. NAME OF THE MEMBER DESIGNATION
1.
DR.ARTI DUA KAPOOR
PRINCIPAL
2.
MRS. HEMA ARORA
SENIOR SECONDARY COORDINATOR
3.
MRS.MEHRUNISHA KAPADIA
PRIMARY AND PRE-PRIMARY COORDINATOR
4.
MRS.LIJI ELIZABETH
PGT
5.
MRS. RUPALI CHAUDHARI
PGT
6.
MR.AJIT MHATRE
TGT

PROTECTION OF CHILDREN AGAINST SEXUAL OFFENCES (POCSO) COMMITTEE

We as a school aim to provide a high standard of child centred education in a safe supportive learning environment, where values and ethos are promoted.

All children have an equal right to access education in an environment that is safe, protective and conducive to the overall development. The challenges of gender inequality, eve teasing and sexual abuse in school environment call for increased awareness and creating synergy among parents, teachers and schools. In order to ensure strict compliance of the Protection of child from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act 2012, CBSE has taken several initiatives and actions for creating awareness about sexual exploitation among the school children.

Keeping that in mind we have formulated a POCSO committee who will be looking after the safety and security of children.

A Child Abuse Monitoring Committee (CAMC), consisting of the following members is constituted under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO Act) 2012 for the academic session 2019-20.

S.NO. NAME OF THE MEMBER DESIGNATION
1.
MRS. HEMA ARORA
PRINCIPALINCHARGE & SENIOR SECONDARY COORDINATOR
2.
MR.AJIT MHATRE
TGT
3.
MRS. VANI CHAUDHARY
TGT
4.
MRS. DEEPA LALLA
ADMIN HEAD

OBJECTIVE

The objectives of the Committee are:

  • Prevent discrimination and sexual harassment against students, by promoting gender sensitivity among students
  • Deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment , in a time bound manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victimized and termination of the harassment
  • Recommend appropriate punitive action against the guilty party to the Chairperson.

PROCEDURE FOR APPROACHING COMMITTEE

The Committee deals with issues relating to sexual harassment at the Jaipuriar School. It is applicable to all students. A complaint of discrimination or sexual harassment may be lodged by the victim or a third party. A written complaint may be addressed to the Convener of the Committee. If the complaint is made to any of the Committee members, they may forward it to the Convener of the Committee against Sexual Harassment. Here it should be noted that according to the guideline Sexual harassment can be defined as “unwelcome” sexually determined behaviour

(WHETHER DIRECTLY OR BY IMPLICATION) AS:

  • Physical contact and advances
  • Demand or request for sexual favours
  • Sexually coloured remarks
  • Showing pornography
  • Other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature.

THE FOLLOWING IS ALSO SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND IS COVERED BY THE COMMITTEE:

  • Eve-teasing,
  • Unsavoury remarks,
  • Jokes causing or likely to cause awkwardness or embarrassment,
  • Innuendos and taunts,
  • Gender based insults or sexist remarks,
  • Unwelcome sexual overtone in any manner such as over telephone (obnoxious telephone calls) and the like,
  • Touching or brushing against any part of the body and the like,
  • Displaying pornographic or other offensive or derogatory pictures, cartoons, pamphlets or sayings,
  • Forcible physical touch or molestation and
  • Physical confinement against one’s will and any other act likely to violate one’s privacy.

PROCEDURE FOLLOWED TO IMPLEMENT IT

1) TEACHERS’ WORKSHOPS

Gender Sensitization workshop is being conducted on a regulr basis where Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) act is discussed. The teachers are trained to attend to adolescence related issues. They are primarily made aware to notice the behavior pattern of children. This particularly includes close monitoring of academic performance and psychological behavior, categorically in cases of sudden decline in performance, lack of interest, depression, aloofness etc. The teachers are educated on how to counsel a child if they notice such behavior pattern. They are also well trained to talk to parents on the subject of child sexual abuse from time to time.

2) STUDENTS’ WORKSHOPS

In order to provide a safe, protective and conducive environment to our children for their overall development, we keep conducting workshops wherein children are taught to differentiate between good touch and bad touch. They are encouraged not to hide things and to report inappropriate behaviour to their teacher.

3)There is also a provision of COMPLAINT BOX in the School, where children can drop their complaints though we have not received any complaints so far.

4) SELF DEFENSE TRAINING PROGRAMME

Special activities like WUSHU classes are regularly held in school which not only give self defense training but also boost their confidence.

5) CCTV CAMERAS

The entire School premises and every Class room is under CCTV surveillance which is personally monitored by the Head of the Institution

6) SCHOOL COUNSELLOR

Regular visits to each class is done by the School Councellor to interact with the students and train them regarding difference between good and bad touch.

CHILD HELPLINE

TOLL-FREE NO : 1098

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Stakeholder’s Speak

Voices of Our Community: Stories, Praise, and Perspectives. Explore the heartfelt testimonials from our cherished stakeholders about their experience with Jaipuriar School.

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Placements

Celebrating Our Students’ College Placements. Explore the achievements of our students in securing prestigious positions in JEE/MHCET and NEET.

   
Sno. Name Status
1 SAHAS SHARMA COPMUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING AT UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS,USA
2 ADITHYE S NAMBIAR COMPUTER ENGINEERING AT UNIVERSITY OF DUISBURG -ESSEN IN GERMANY
3 SHAKTI SHARMA INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MADRAS
4 VINAYA SAKSHI CHUTTUGULLA B.TECH IN NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND OCEAN ENGINEERING FROM IIT MADRAS
5 ARYAMAN PANDEY B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AT PES UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE
6 AARYAN RAI B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING AT VELLORE
7 POOJA NAMBIAR B.TECH BIOTECHNOLOGY AT VIT VELLORE
8 ANTARA CHAKRAVORTY B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (BIOINFORMATICS) AT VIT VELLORE
9 SHRAVANI RASAM B.TECH IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FROM VIVEKANAND EDUCATION SOCIETY’S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
10 DEVANSHI SHRIVASTAVA B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM KALINGA INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR
11 ABHISHEK SAH B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM SYMBIOSIS ENGINEERING COLLEGE, PUNE
12 KEVIN TONDON B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM SYMBIOSIS ENGINEERING COLLEGE, PUNE
13 SURENDRAN IYER B.TECH IN BIOINFORMATICS & DATA SCIENCE FROM D Y PATIL SCHOOL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOINFORMATICS
14 RIDDHI LALLA COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING AT THADOMAL SHAHANI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, BANDRA
15 ANUSUYA SUDHEESAN B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM PILLAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
16 URJA MOON B.TECH IN BIOTECHNOLOGY FROM AMITY UNIVERSITY PANVEL
17 PREETI HATAPAKI COMPUTER ENGINEERING AT SVKM’s DWARKADAS J. SANGHVI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, VILE PARLE
18 ADITYA GUPTA B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM PILLAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
   
Sno. Name Status
1 SHREYA PATHAK ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES(AIIMS), BHUBANESHWAR
2 UNNATI MIRCHANDANI KALINGA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, KIMS HOSPITAL, BHUBNESHWAR
3 DEVANSH BHAVSAR ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE, BHOPAL
4 ANVEE DIXIT DR.PANJABRAO ALIAS BHAUSAHEB DESHMUKH MEMORIAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, AMRAVATI
5 NEHA SHEKATKAR DR. VITHALRAO VIKHE PATIL FOUNDATION’S MEDICAL COLLEGE, AHMEDNAGAR
6 YUKTA SUBRAMANIAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE (IISc), BANGALORE
7 ISHITA SIDHARTH THOKLE GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE, NAGPUR
8 SHREYA ADHIKARI INDIRA GANDHI MEDICAL COLLEGE, NAGPUR
9 KHUSHI SHAH JAWAHARLAL NEHRU MEDICAL COLLEGE, BELGAUM
10 SWARNIM MAHESHWARI GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE, AURANGABAD
11 SHREYA SAKPAL GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL, AURANGABAD
12 BIPASHA PAN BACHELOR’S IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE FROM FERGUSSON COLLEGE, PUNE
13 PRATYUSH AGARWAL ARMED FORCES MEDICAL COLLEGE, PUNE
14 PRITHAM SESHAGIRI J J MEDICAL COLLEGE MUMBAI
15 DISHA CHETAN BHADANE K.J. SOMAIYA MEDICAL COLLEGE AND RESEARCH CENTRE, MUMBAI
16 ANUSHKA BHATACHARYA MAHATMA GANDHI MISSION MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, KALAMBOLI
17 SUCHIT ASHISH KESARWANI TERNA MEDICAL COLLEGE, NAVI MUMBAI
18 ARCHANA ANILKUMAR TERNA MEDICAL COLLEGE, NAVI MUMBAI
19 UNNATI BUTALA D Y PATIL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, NAVI MUMBAI
20 DAWOO MAHESHWARI MGM MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, KAMOTHE

Placements

Celebrating Our Students’ College Placements. Explore the achievements of our students in securing prestigious positions in JEE/MHCET and NEET.

   
Sno. Name Status
1 SAHAS SHARMA COPMUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING AT UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS,USA
2 ADITHYE S NAMBIAR COMPUTER ENGINEERING AT UNIVERSITY OF DUISBURG -ESSEN IN GERMANY
3 SHAKTI SHARMA INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MADRAS
4 VINAYA SAKSHI CHUTTUGULLA B.TECH IN NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND OCEAN ENGINEERING FROM IIT MADRAS
5 ARYAMAN PANDEY B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AT PES UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE
6 AARYAN RAI B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING AT VELLORE
7 POOJA NAMBIAR B.TECH BIOTECHNOLOGY AT VIT VELLORE
8 ANTARA CHAKRAVORTY B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (BIOINFORMATICS) AT VIT VELLORE
9 SHRAVANI RASAM B.TECH IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FROM VIVEKANAND EDUCATION SOCIETY’S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
10 DEVANSHI SHRIVASTAVA B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM KALINGA INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR
11 ABHISHEK SAH B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM SYMBIOSIS ENGINEERING COLLEGE, PUNE
12 KEVIN TONDON B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM SYMBIOSIS ENGINEERING COLLEGE, PUNE
13 SURENDRAN IYER B.TECH IN BIOINFORMATICS & DATA SCIENCE FROM D Y PATIL SCHOOL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOINFORMATICS
14 RIDDHI LALLA COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING AT THADOMAL SHAHANI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, BANDRA
15 ANUSUYA SUDHEESAN B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM PILLAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
16 URJA MOON B.TECH IN BIOTECHNOLOGY FROM AMITY UNIVERSITY PANVEL
17 PREETI HATAPAKI COMPUTER ENGINEERING AT SVKM’s DWARKADAS J. SANGHVI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, VILE PARLE
18 ADITYA GUPTA B.TECH IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM PILLAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
   
Sno. Name Status
1 SHREYA PATHAK ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES(AIIMS), BHUBANESHWAR
2 UNNATI MIRCHANDANI KALINGA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, KIMS HOSPITAL, BHUBNESHWAR
3 DEVANSH BHAVSAR ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE, BHOPAL
4 ANVEE DIXIT DR.PANJABRAO ALIAS BHAUSAHEB DESHMUKH MEMORIAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, AMRAVATI
5 NEHA SHEKATKAR DR. VITHALRAO VIKHE PATIL FOUNDATION’S MEDICAL COLLEGE, AHMEDNAGAR
6 YUKTA SUBRAMANIAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE (IISc), BANGALORE
7 ISHITA SIDHARTH THOKLE GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE, NAGPUR
8 SHREYA ADHIKARI INDIRA GANDHI MEDICAL COLLEGE, NAGPUR
9 KHUSHI SHAH JAWAHARLAL NEHRU MEDICAL COLLEGE, BELGAUM
10 SWARNIM MAHESHWARI GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE, AURANGABAD
11 SHREYA SAKPAL GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL, AURANGABAD
12 BIPASHA PAN BACHELOR’S IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE FROM FERGUSSON COLLEGE, PUNE
13 PRATYUSH AGARWAL ARMED FORCES MEDICAL COLLEGE, PUNE
14 PRITHAM SESHAGIRI J J MEDICAL COLLEGE MUMBAI
15 DISHA CHETAN BHADANE K.J. SOMAIYA MEDICAL COLLEGE AND RESEARCH CENTRE, MUMBAI
16 ANUSHKA BHATACHARYA MAHATMA GANDHI MISSION MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, KALAMBOLI
17 SUCHIT ASHISH KESARWANI TERNA MEDICAL COLLEGE, NAVI MUMBAI
18 ARCHANA ANILKUMAR TERNA MEDICAL COLLEGE, NAVI MUMBAI
19 UNNATI BUTALA D Y PATIL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, NAVI MUMBAI
20 DAWOO MAHESHWARI MGM MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, KAMOTHE