Cmr National Public School Karnataka

School Name Cmr National Public School
Address 2079 2nd Main Road Banaswadi Layout Bangale Karnataka Karnataka 560084 India
Head/Principal Ms Sabitha Ramamurthy (Msc, M.Phil)
Status Senior Secondary
Phone Number 080 25440693, 25440854 , 5440854 25459595
School Type Independent
CBSE Affiliation Type Provisional
CBSE Affiliation Period 1/4/2013 To 31/ 3/ 2018
Founded In 1982
Website
Fax Number Not Specified
Email cmrnps (dot) net (at) gmail (dot) com
Opening Date 4/1/2010 12:00:00 Am
School Trust Sindhi Bankers Shroffsseva Samiti
School Category Co-Educational
Total Classrooms Not Specified
Land Area Meters: N/AAcres: N/ABuilt-up Area: N/AGround Area: N/A
Students Nursery-LKG: N/AI-V: N/AVI-VIII: N/AIX-X: N/AXI-XII: N/A
Nearest Railway Station Not Specified (In Kilometres: N/A)
Nearest Police Station Not Specified (In Kilometres: N/A)
Nearest Bank Not Specified (In Kilometres: N/A)
Swimming Pool Not Specified
Indoor Games Not Specified
Dance Rooms Not Specified
Gym Not Specified
Music Rooms Not Specified
Health Check-up Not Specified
Hostel Not Specified
Description Cmr National Public School located in 2079 2nd Main Road Banaswadi Layout Bangale Karnataka is a Co-Educational Senior Secondary institution affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Provisional basis since 1982. The school has been operating officially under the trust/society Sindhi Bankers Shroffsseva Samiti 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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