Promoted in 2004, Sat Paul Mittal School is a coeducational day school located in Ludhiana, Punjab. Child centric and techno-savvy, the school caters to a global curriculum in consonance with the changing educational landscape. The school has had the honour and privilege of having luminaries and stalwarts from various walks of life to visit and interact with its students and faculty including Pranab Mukherjee, former President of India; Late Dr Abdul Kalam; General Bipin Rawat, chief of defence staff of India; Sardar Parkash Singh Badal, former chief minister of Punjab and Bhupinder Singh Hooda, ex chief minister of Haryana, to name a few.
The mission of the school is to create:
• Future leaders of tomorrow and proud citizens of the country.
• Thinking individuals capable of articulating their thoughts effectively and competing successfully in an international environment.
• Socially aware individuals, sensitive to the environment and social issues.
• Ethical persons with a strong moral fibre and the ability and acumen to discriminate between right and wrong.
• Entrepreneurial in spirit to seek challenges and take risks.
• Team players with the right blend of collaboration, cooperation and competitiveness.
• Technologically adept.
The 3.09 acre school campus hosts a well-planned, scientifically designed building with state-of-the-art infrastructure including 60 spacious classrooms equipped with ICT teaching-learning facilities. The school also houses 12 laboratories for physics, chemistry, biology, math, e-lab, THOTS lab, STEAM lab, social studies and geography.
The school’s impressive sports infrastructure includes a cricket ground, basketball court, football ground, billiards table, swimming pool, lawn tennis court, badminton court, squash facilities, gymnasium, volleyball court, skating rink, yoga room, table tennis hall, recreational/games centre, among others. Other facilities includes a safe and well-connected transport system, online ERP system, infirmary, crèche, and a playstation.
Moreover, the school promotes several clubs including math, science, social science, commerce, TED, LEGO, dramatics, literary, art and craft, journalism, dance, robotics and IT, music, quiz , psychology, pottery, elocution, chess, dramatics, carom, fireless cooking, knitting, paper craft, animal rights, Olympiad and movie.
Sat Paul Mittal School has seamlessly integrated technology in the classroom. The teaching-learning techniques followed in the classroom include cross learning, context-based learning, adaptive teaching, argumentation, computational learning and evaluation based learning
Evaluation in everyday teaching are done using hot seat questioning, exit slips, fist to five fingers, mind maps, open-ended questions, KWL charts. The tools used for evaluation are include Kahoot, Google Forms, cartoons/ Toondo, flip grid and Skype
The Satyan Entrepreneurship Program (SEP) offered by the school is an exhaustive integrated programme which aims to develop the creative capacity, entrepreneurial confidence and help students acquire necessary skills to build scalable startups that solve real problems. The students develop a perceptive, sensitive and critical response to the role of business in a local (school) context through market research, branding, school canteens and startups. The Start-Up Edge, an ambitious entity of the Satyan Innovation Fest is an extension of the SEP programme and trains a community of schools to become entrepreneurs.
The school’s initiative called We Connect aims towards creating a harmony amongst all the four major pillars i.e. students, teachers, parents and the community.
The school’s community connect is an effort towards building a strong connects to strengthen, support, and even transform students and community. Students work diligently with the community through their various community connect programs. Whether it is the IAYP work, plantation drives, outreach programs or the holiday homework, the essence of connecting with the society is clearly and distinctly visible.
Fellowship programme- As a part of the R&D initiative, the school has introduced an internship programme wherein five B.Ed trainees have been incorporated into the fold of the institution to provide them comprehensive and exhaustive training in various aspects of teaching and learning processes. The internship programme will be spiralled to the Fellowship programme which is the major objective of the R&D wing of the school.
Hunar: Aimed at teaching its students real life skills which are useful, in-demand and universally applicable soft skills, problem-solving skills and activities like needlework, tea preparation, folding of clothes, gardening, book covering, disaster management, pottery, clay modeling, mask making, rangoli, wane work, origami and much more.
X-Learn: Experiential learning that encourages students to reflect, process and apply the experience to learn new skills. The school programme includes internships, exchange programs, study abroad, field trips, field research, and projects
Learning Enhancement Program (LEP): aims at equipping students to learn the keys to academic success, such as the acquisition of learning strategies, time management skills, enhancement of motivation and positive learning attitudes.
Satyan Reading Challenge Program: encourages reading skills and build their confidence. Students are given different themes to work upon over the year and submit a short synopsis or a review of the book according to the task given. The activities are selected with the ultimate purpose of the challenge being to develop a long-lasting love of reading.
Showcase-Student Led Conference: Unveiling the hidden potential of the students is of paramount significance during the formative years. These years will form the fundamental building blocks of their future health, happiness, growth, development and learning achievement. In consonance with it, The Satyan Showcase is organized twice in a year in elementary classes’ i.e. PV-1. The inception behind this thought lay in the sole motive to provide an opportunity for the students to showcase their talent. The approach is to facilitate hands-on experience and learning that will structure their thought process and help them to explore different realms of knowledge and imagination.
Show n Tell: The Show and Tell activity is conducted for letters and their sounds, for various other concepts like plants, transport etc. The activity helps to hone the speaking skills and build up confidence amongst the students. These interactions foster oral language by building vocabulary, self-expression, pronunciation and increase their confidence, presentation skills and stage presence in front of all the students and teachers.
DEAR (Drop Everything and Read): This is a reading ritual that has 20 minutes slotted in the time table from PV to X. Dear period not only develops healthy reading habits but also strengthens the bond between the teacher and the taught. Through inculcating good reading habits, we aim at nurturing emotionally intelligent individuals. To further expose our children to the fascinating world of books, we organize Book Clubs and Book Fairs at regular intervals.
The Techvantage programme – The role of technology is to make complex things simpler. At Sat Paul Mittal School, the technology is integrated with the curriculum so skillfully and effortlessly that learning becomes more meaningful and relatable. Through collaboration, critical thinking, communication, and creativity, we distill the experiences and learning of the whole world into the microcosm of our school ecosystem. From skype sessions to use of flip grid, padlet, Minecraft, waklet to virtual classrooms, the Satyans have a got a cutting – edge advantage which equips them to be trailblazers in the field of Information and technology.
The Gamification Challenge, an ambitious entity of the Satyan Innovation Fest is an extension of the programme and trains a community of schools to become technologically fluent.
The school allocates 220 days every academic year for teaching training programmes.
The school also encourages extracurricular to students to develop their interest in photography, sculpture, art, and craft, robotics, Vedic maths, speakers forum, theater club, gardening, eco-club, western band, Indian music, classical dance, contemporary dance, chess club, and home science club.
Age for Admission
PV: 3.6 – 4.6 years as on March 31 of the year of joining. For subsequent classes add one year. Admissions to classes X and XII are not granted.
Class XI: Admission is based on the marks secured in the class X examination. Following streams are offered:
Each student will have to opt for English and 4 Elective subjects.
Percentage required for admission to various streams:
Provisional Admission to class XI
Provisional Admission is granted to the students of class XI on the basis of pre-board result. The classes begin in the second or third week of June. In case, the student fails to secure the required percentage in the board examination, the provisional admission shall stand cancelled. The regular admission to class XI will be done in June after the declaration of board result.
Documents required for registration :
An attested copy of class X report card is to be submitted.
An attested copy of the Board Mark sheet has to be submitted while seeking admission in the month of June.
School leaving certificate in original has to be submitted while seeking admission in the month of June.
Migration certificate in original has to be submitted while seeking admission in the month of June.
The school reserves the right to change the stream based on the performance of the child.
The original certificates have to be brought at the time of admission for verification by the school authorities
Upvan – IX: A written test is given to the students. Syllabi for the test is given at the time of registration.
|Parameter||Primary (I to V)||Secondary (VI to X)||Higher Secondary (XI, XII)|
|i) Total number of students in school||600||570||195|
|ii) Average Class Size (number of students)||30||29||25|
|iii) Number of applications received per year||900||200||80|
|iv) Tuition fees per year per student||62400||62400(VI to VIII)
|v) Non-tuition fees per year per student||32973||32973||30023|
(A) Academics (Number of state / national ranks/ Olympiads etc)
|Event||District Rank||State Rank||National Rank||International Rank|
|Innoventure||679 students Participated||199 qualified||29 Qualified
|Olympiad||Level – 1
IMO – Gold – 11
IEO – Gold – 26
Rs 1000 – 02
Rs 833/- 01
Rs 5000/- 01
Medal of Distinction –10
Certificate of Zonal Excellence – 10
Certificate of Zonal Excellence 09
Cash prize of 1000/- – 02
Certificate of Zonal Excellence – 04
Cash prize of 2500/- – 01
Cash prize of 1000/- – 03
Zonal Silver Medal- 01
Zonal Bronze Medal – -2
|Silver Medal – 3
Bronze Medal – 1
3- Silver Medal
1 – Bronze Medal
Gold Medals – 03
Silver Medals– 07
Bronze Medals – 06
Gold Medals – 01
Silver Medals – 03
Bronze Medals – 02
|Abacus||2nd Runners Up and team Trophy||2nd Runners Up
3rd Runners Up
|Robotryst Junior||1st Rank – 4
2nd Rank – 4
3rd Rank – 8
|1st Rank – 2
|3rd Rank – 1||1st Rank – 2
|Art||1st Rank – 12
2nd Rank – 4
3rd Rank – 3
|1st Rank – 3
2nd Rank – 1
3rd Rank – 4
Merit – 20
|1st Rank – 2
2nd Rank – 3
|Craft||2nd Rank – 2|
|Writing Skills||1st Rank – 2
3rd rank – 1
|1st Rank – 2|
|Quiz||1st Rank – 1
2nd Rank – 1
3rd – Rank -1
|Humming Bird Commerce Olympiad||Gold Medal- 07
Silver Medal – 03
Bronze Medal – 03
(B) Extra–curricular activities (Recognised Awards)
Winner at the National Minecraft Competition.
Won the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place at the Mac Fair.
Accolades won by Sat Paul Mittal School:
Encomiums received by the Principal.
III. Achievements of School Faculty
Achievements of Students
A project titled “Impact of festivals on weather” was prepared by students of classes IX & XI. The project was selected for presentation at National Level organized by National Science Congress. The project was given B+ grade, the highest grade given to any project in the competition. The team secured Third position at the District and Second position at the State level. The team also participated at the National Level.
Sports and other outdoor activities (District/ State/ National/ International representation)
|Table Tennis||15 Gold
|Foot Ball||18 Gold
|Lawn Tennis||22 Gold||6 Gold
|Taekwondo||10 Gold||10 Gold
|Shooting||1 Gold||1 Gold
Namya Joshi of Grade VIII of Sat Paul Mittal School has bagged the award for the Most Creative Online Initiative in Jagran Josh Education Awards 2021 – Celebrating Excellence in Education! Organised by Jagran Josh, Jagran New Media’s educational website, the Josh Education Awards 2021 were conferred on March 25, to honour those teachers, educators and students who defied all odds to help promote education during the troubled times of coronavirus-induced lockdown.
Amidst the increase in dengue cases during the post-monsoon time of 2021, Sahir Chawla, a specially-abled student of grade XII, along with his sister Sara developed a website www.blood4you.in that connects blood donors with recipients.
Namya Joshi of Grade X has been recognized as a Best Delegate at UNESCO Center for Peace IMUN 2022.
Sanay Khanna of Grade X has won Bronze Medal in Under 19 Boys Category in the CISCE National Level Yoga Competition held at Bishop Wescott Boys’ School.
In Under 19 Boys, Ryan Sood of Grade XI and Krish Chadha of Grade XII won Gold Medal and In Under 19 Girls, Raina Mehra of Grade XI won Gold Medal in CISCE National Badminton Tournament held at Padukone -Dravid Center for Sports Excellence, Bengaluru.
Pavit Kaur of Grade XI has won Bronze Medal in the CISCE National Level Under 19 Girls Category held at Vikasa School, Tuticorin, Thiruvananthapuram.
Namya Joshi of Grade X has been recognized by India Book of Records 2023 for promoting game based learning, for training more than 10, 000 teachers and students and for achieving multiple awards at a young age for her innovation.
Namya Joshi of Grade X was invited as a guest speaker at CBSE National Coding Award Ceremony 2022 organised by Microsoft India at Gurugram.
Vivaan Singh Bhogal of Grade VI has been recognized by India Book of Records 2022 for inventing the bomb defusing robot (consisting of one robotic arm and a 360 degree camera)
Being a day school, it does not provide accommodation facility.