NASR Girls’ School, Khairatabad, Hyderabad




Girls Day School




NASR Girls’ School, Khairatabad, Hyderabad is an English medium day school for girls affiliated with Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi and offers classes from nursery to grade XII.

The school was founded on 12 June 1965 by Begum Anees Khan with the support of her family, her mentor Prakash Rao and her friend Donna Hussain. Having started with 12 students and 3 teachers, the school presently boasts close to 3000 students and 176 teaching staff and is counted among the best schools in Hyderabad. The school has four sections – Pre-primary, Primary, Junior and High School housed within a 4,200 sq. yard campus.


NASR Girls’ School is sited on a 4,200 sq. yard campus providing world class facilities to its students, including 85 spacious and well-ventilated classrooms, seven well equipped laboratories for computer studies, home science, physics, biology, chemistry and biotechnology, three libraries – one each for primary, junior and high school featuring a huge collection of books of different genres, and a reference library. The school library also provides internet facility for quick reference. The reference library provides photocopying facilities.

For pre-primary students, the school campus hosts a jungle gym, sand pit and spacious playground, a play den where children can play without guidance, an art studio to develop creative skills, and music studio for songs, rhymes and musical instruments.

The school provides sports facilities for basketball, throw ball, badminton and tennis. The school canteen provides hygienic snacks and food for the children. 


NASR Girls’ School is affiliated with CISCE, New Delhi and offers classes from nursery to grade XII. The student strength is 2950 and the teaching staff strength if 176. The teacher-student ratio is maintained at 1:30 for junior and high schools and at 1:20 for pre-primary and primary schools. Continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) is followed for the primary school while the CISCE curriculum and assesment pattern is followed at the junior and high school levels.

The faculty members are encouraged to attend workshops and seminars to continuously upgrade their teaching skills.


Apart from academics, the school encourages a host of extra-curricular activities such as elocution, dramatics, quizzes, dancing, music, mime and mimicry. The school also provides afterschool activities in art, ceramics, dancing, doll making, fabric painting, speech training, needlework, embroidery, computer skills, and learning musical instruments.

Educational trips are organized for the students to the planetarium, Jawaharlal Bal Bhavan, research labs, zoos and to historical places to make learning interactive and fun.

The school promotes clubs and societies such as NASR dramatic society, the literary club, nature club, interact club, movie club, space club, junior red cross and tourism club. 

Head of Institute

Mir Mohiuddin Mohammed (principal)

General Information

Min Fee
INR 76,000/-
Max Fee
INR 1,06,000/-
Admission Age
3 years
Teacher Student Ratio
Student Mix
No of Students
Campus Size
4,200 sq. yards
Internet Wi-Fi
Cricket, Gym, Tennis, Badminton, Basketball, Swimming, Football


The admission process at NASR Girls’ School is as follows:

-Entry level is nursery

-The admission age limit is from three years to three years six months.

-The admission begins in January

-There is no admission test

-Admissions are also open for class XI – forms are issued in May and admission closes  by June 1.

Annual Fees

Pre-primary: Rs. 76,000

Primary: Rs. 85000

Junior and High School: Rs. 1,06,000


  1. NASR School for girls was ranked among the top 20 girls day schools in India by the EducationWorld India School Rankings 2020-21.
  2. NASR has been achieving 100 percent pass results in CISCE board exams for the past 10 years.
  3. Afrah Saleem, a student of NASR, was the national finalist at the ITC Classmate Young Author Contest and has published two stories ‘Red Jasmines’ and ‘Dead End: The Tale of a Suicide Bomber’.
  4. NASR Girls’ School has groomed sports champions like Sania Mirza (tennis), Mala Kaur, Monica Kaur and Harshita Kaur (swimming).
  5. Nameera Saleem, a student of NASR, received the prestigious National Bal Shree award, equivalent to the Padma Shree for children for creative writing from the then President, Abdul Kalam Azad.


Being a day school, no accommodation facilities are provided.


EW Ranking

Total Score: 1151


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Address : 6-2-905, Khairatabad, Lane Opposite ICICI Bank, Hyderabad

Email : [email protected]

Contact : +91 4023307555

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