Shukdeo Singh Senior Secondary School Saran (Chapra) Bihar

School Name Shukdeo Singh Senior Secondary School
Address Newaji Tola, (Katra),Revelganj, Chapra Saran (Chapra) Bihar 841301 India
Head/Principal Mr.Rabindra Pathak (M. A. B. Ed.)
Status Secondary School
Phone Number 9430221118
School Type Independent
CBSE Affiliation Type Provisional
CBSE Affiliation Period 1/4/2014 To 31/3/2017
Founded In 2011
Fax Number Not Specified
Email sdschp13 (at) gmail (dot) com
Opening Date 4/4/2011 12:00:00 Am
School Trust Dr. R N Singh Memmorial Trust
School Category Co-Educational
Total Classrooms 15
Land Area Meters: 12059.632072Acres: 2.98Built-up Area: 2211Ground Area: 9848
Students Nursery-LKG: N/AI-V: 196VI-VIII: 192IX-X: N/AXI-XII: N/A
Nearest Railway Station Chapra Jn. (In Kilometres: 2)
Nearest Police Station Chapra Jn.Bhagwan Bazar (In Kilometres: 1)
Nearest Bank State Bank Of India (In Kilometres: 1)
Swimming Pool
Indoor Games
Dance Rooms
Music Rooms
Health Check-up
Description Shukdeo Singh Senior Secondary School located in Newaji Tola, (Katra),Revelganj, Chapra is a Co-Educational Secondary School institution affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Provisional basis since 2011. The school has been operating officially under the trust/society Dr. R N Singh Memmorial Trust. The school is equipped with 15 class rooms and all essential facilities. If you're looking for details in admission/application forms, fees, school timings, vacations/holidays schedule or facilities provided, kindly visit the relevant department of the school.

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Tribhuvan Das is an ice-cream scientist and it is his job to make different yet delicious varieties of ice-creams. Before being frozen, ice cream mixtures are in the colloidal state. For months, Tribhuvan Das has been experimenting with new flavours but never got satisfactory results. On a Saturday night just before Diwali, he accidentally mixed up two different samples and got a delicious Sundae. Tribhuvan sent the sample to his boss for tasting, but the boss found it a bit saltier for his palate. It is Diwali time so Tribhuvan is away on leave. The boss is impatient and wants to taste the ice-cream but without the extra saltiness. What should he do?