Sjs International School Panipat Haryana

School Name Sjs International School
Address Dikadla Complex, Samalkha, Panipat, Panipat Haryana 132101 India
Head/Principal Kulwant Kaur (M.Com, B.Ed.)
Status Senior Secondary
Phone Number 02964 09416009730 , 31098
School Type Independent
CBSE Affiliation Type Provisional
CBSE Affiliation Period 1/4/2015 To 31/ 3/ 2020
Founded In 2002
Fax Number 01802571985
Email bobby6668 (at) hotmail (dot) com
Opening Date 9/10/2002 12:00:00 Am
School Trust G.S.R.K.Hanspal Trust
School Category Co-Educational
Total Classrooms 13
Land Area Meters: 8093.7128Acres: 2Built-up Area: 1800Ground Area: 6150
Students Nursery-LKG: 85I-V: 244VI-VIII: 67IX-X: N/AXI-XII: N/A
Nearest Railway Station Samalkha (In Kilometres: 10)
Nearest Police Station Samalkhasamalkha (In Kilometres: 4)
Nearest Bank Punjab National Bank (In Kilometres: 6)
Swimming Pool
Indoor Games
Dance Rooms
Music Rooms
Health Check-up
Description Sjs International School located in Dikadla Complex, Samalkha, Panipat, is a Co-Educational Senior Secondary institution affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Provisional basis since 2002. The school has been operating officially under the trust/society G.S.R.K.Hanspal Trust. The school is equipped with 13 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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A lead ball at 30C is dropped from a height of 6.2 km. The ball is heated due to the air resistance and it completely melts just before reaching the ground. The molten substance falls slowly on the ground. Calculate the latent heat of fusion of lead. Specific heat of lead = 126J/kgC and melting point of lead = 330C. Assume that any mechanical energy lost is used to heat the ball. Use \(g = 10 m/s^{2}\).