Himachal Pradesh Institute of Public Administration

Introduction & history

The Himachal Pradesh Institute of Public Administration, popularly known as HIPA, was established on January 1, 1974 at ‘FAIRLAWNS’, a place about 12 kms. from Shimla on the Mashobara road. The Institute is located in a building with a historical past. The building having serene and picturesque surroundings with well laid out spacious and luxuriant lawns was originally got constructed by Mr. R. Dixon of the foreign office of British India. Later, it was purchased by Nawab Muzaffar Ali Khan Quizzalbash of Malerkotla. On his migration to Pakistan in 1947 the property came to the Government of Punjab State, which converted it into a Circuit House. At the time of re-organization of States in November, 1966 the property was transferred to Himachal Pradesh government, which subsequently selected it for setting up the Institute.

Over time, this Institute, which virtually began from a scratch, has bloomed into a full-fledged training institution having all the facilities that an Institute of this nature is expected to have.

 

Aims & Objectives

This Institute aims at inculcating a sense of purpose, greater dedication and appropriate skills among the officers and officials of the state government in the discharge of their duties and responsibilities. The Vision statement of the Institute summarizes this succinctly and guides the Institute all the time towards this objective.

Activities

1. Conducting training programmes, conferences, seminars and workshops.
2. Undertake, promote and coordinate research.

 

The H.P.Institute of Public administration has also been designated as the training institution for a number of other cadre/services. The prominent among which are:

  • STATE ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINING INSTITUTE

  • STATE INSTITUTE OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT

  • TRAINING CENTRE FOR NATURAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT

  • TRAINING FOR THE SUBORDINATE ACCOUNT SERVICES (SAS)

STATE ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINING INSTITUTE

HIPA was originally set up as the State Administrative Training Institute. The Institute organizes the following training programs for the IAS officers allocated to the Himachal Pradesh cadre and to the State Administrative Service Officers and other Gazetted Officers of the State Government:

            Foundational Course

            Professional Course

            Induction training for Promotee Officers

            In-Service Training to all officers of the State

STATE INSTITUTE OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT

The SIRD, HP was established in 1985 at the Institute campus under a centrally sponsored scheme and is financed on 50:50 basis by the Government of India and State Government. The main functions of the State Institute of Rural Development are as under:

To conduct short term and long term training programs for the officials and non- officials engaged in Rural Development and Administration;

To organise seminars, conferences and workshops for experts, academicians, administrators, researchers and non-officials on various rural development concerns;

To undertake action oriented research on various issues concerning Rural Development and to prepare case studies as an input for the training and

TRAINING CENTRE FOR NATURAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT

The Natural Disaster Management Division of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India has a Scheme of National Disaster Management Programme. One of the components of the scheme is to assist the State Governments in strengthening the existing training facilities in the area of Disaster Management and Preparedness. For this purpose a cell for Disaster Management has been established in the Institute The Institute organizes four to five training programs every year for the officers of the concerned Departments

TRAINING CENTRE FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

TRAINING CENTRE FOR THE SUBORDINATE ACCOUNTS SERVICES (SAS)

HIPA also functions as the Training Institute for the Treasury and Accounts Organization of the State government. The trainees are recruited on the basis of tests conducted by the HP Public Service Commission. The Induction training of the selected candidates is comprised of two parts (SAS-Part-I & SAS-Part-II) and is completed in a period of 1 year with examinations conducted at the end of both phases by the HPPSC. The successful trainees are then appointed to the H.P. Subordinate Accounts Service.

During the year 2005-06, all 25 candidates sponsored by the State government and 7 candidates sponsored by the HRTC (Himachal Road Transport Corporation) successfully completed the SAS training and qualified in all the exams conducted by the HPPSC.

REGIONAL TRAINING CENTRES

The HP Institute of Public Administration has also established 2 Regional Training Centres at Dharamshala and Mandi, which are the 2 Divisional headquarters,besides Shimla.  The objective is to provide in- service training to the class-III and IV officials, working in various departments of the State Government, as close to their places of posting as possible. The centres are providing training in the field of Office Procedure and Financial Administration, Service Rules, Revenue Administration, Computer Awareness and Rural Development etc. to the officials and non-officials working at the grass root level.

 

How To Reach ?

Shimla to Institute

On arrival at Shimla either at Railway Station or Bus Station or Taxi Stand near Tourist Information Office near a place popularly known as Victory Tunnel, one will have to reach Fairlawns either by hiring a Taxi or in local Mini Buses. If one chooses to travel by taxi (or in own car), the driver should be instructed to drive to HIPA, Fairlawns, located on Shimla-Mashobra Road. The place is 12 Kms. From Railway Station/ Taxi Stand. It takes about 30 minutes to HIPA and charges for Taxi range between Rs. 175/- to Rs. 200/- approximately at present.

AIR

Shimla is connected to Delhi by Air. Jagson Airlines operates 1-2 flights from Delhi to Shimla during summers. The flights are however not very regular and one should confirm beforehand about the schedules and availability. The aircraft lands at Jubbar-Hatti airport which is about 32 Kms. from the Institute. Taxis are available to reach the Institute from the Airport.

Another (and certainly much more dependable and regular) option is to travel to Chandigarh airport which is about 120 kms from Shimla and is connected by a number of regular ‘Indian’ and ‘Jet’ flights with Delhi. Taxis or buses could then be taken up to Shimla and the Institute.

RAIL

Shimla is connected by a narrow gauge railway line with Kalka which is 102 Kms. from Shimla and 30 Kms from Chandigarh. Kalka is connected by a broad gauge line with the rest of the country and a number of convenient rail connections are available. The train journey from Kalka to Shimla takes about 5 1/2  hours against about 3 ½ hours by road yet it is considered quite an experience as the train winds its way through 103 tunnels and passes through some extremely picturesque landscape.

ROAD

Shimla is well connected by road with Delhi, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Ambala and all other towns in Himachal Pradesh. A.C./ luxury buses as well as ordinary buses of HRTC and H.P. Tourism Development Corporation are available round the clock to reach Shimla.

Booking for Buses/Taxis can be made from Delhi at the HPTDC Marketing Office, Chandra Lok Building, Jan Path, New Delhi-110001 or from Himachal Pradesh Road Transport Corporation office at the Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT), Delhi.

Shimla Helpline

District Administration

Telephone

Deputy Commissioner Shimla

2653535

Sub-Divisional Magistrate (Rural)

2657009

Sub-Divisional Magistrate (Urban)

2657007

Duty Magistrate Control Room

2808200

Police Officials

S.P.Shimla

2656535

Additional S.P.Shimla

2652497

Police Lines Kaithu

2805264

Police Lines Bharari

2807084

Control Room

100/2800100

Reporting Room

2812344

Wireless Control

2623058

Police Station/Help

Police Assistance

2812344,100

Police Control Room

2657430

Police Station Sadar

2652860

Police Station East (Chotta Shimla)

2620954

Police Station West (Boleauganj)

2630193

Police Post (Lakkar Bazar)

2655376

Police Station (Dhalli)

2841377

Traffic Police

2652217

Fire Stations

The Mall

101,2658976

Chotta Shimla

2623269

Boleauganj

2830664

Petrol Pumps

Anup Service Stataion,Kaithu

2807388

Painview Service Station,B'ganj

2830256

Himfed, Chotta Shimla

2623227

D.D.Mehta, Sanjauli

2842021

Kailarsh Fed, Dhali

2841511

Himachal Filling Station,Dhali

2841274

Snowline Filling Station,Theog

262223

Narkanda Filing Station

42450

Bharti Filling Station, Shogi

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Radhaswami Filling Station,Rohru

41125,41656

Snowline Filling Station,Rampur

33022

Sabam Filling Station,Jeori

78254

HPSCSC Kingal

221583,176

Taxi Stands

Near Lift

Near Bus Stand(ISBT)

Rajdhani Taxi (Lakker Bazar)

2623456

Hospitals

Telephone

IGMC(Snowdon)

2654092

Kamla Nehru (Lady Reading)

2625097

Blood Bank(IGMC)

2803073

Indus

2841401

Sanatorium

2652800

Ripon(DDU)

2654071

Ambulance

2804648/102

Blood Bank (DDU)

2658940

Electricity Complaints

Chotta Shimla

2625750

U.S.Club

2801571

Bharari

2814914

Idgah

2812375

Khalini

2623724

Sanjauli

2640008

Ridge

2657655

Summer Hill

2830533

Kasumpati

2621385

Charlie Villa

2623951

I.G.M.C. Hospital

2811339

Water Complaints

Ridge

2658916

Subji Mandi

2652519

Kasumpati

2620913

Sanjauli

2842131

Chotta Shimla

2623760

Chaura Maidan

2813671

New Shimla

2670569

Telephone Complaints

Trunk Booking

180

Trunk Enquiry

181

STD Complaints

2802089,2620000

Telephone Directory Enquiry

197

International Trunk Booking

2652200

Complaint Regarding Billing

2802844, 2652810

Cable TV Complaints

Cheena (City Cable)

2811311

Himdarshan

2813022

Siti Cable

2801013

Khanna Cables

2841999

Gas Companies

Vineet Gas

2813353

Shiva Gas

2625445

Himalayan Gas

2658851

Uttam Indane Gas

2671600

Durga Gas

2842274

Best Gas

2652574

Arti Gas

2830615

Siti Cable

2801013

ATMS

UTI

V/ Nagar, Shimla

SBP

The Mall, Shimla

HPSCB

The Mall, Shimla

Tourist Information

Telephone

The Mall

2652561

Bye Pass

2832498

Insurance Companies

United Insurance Co.

2625366

Life Insurance Co.

2626283

National Insurance Co.

2624387

Roadways

HRTC(ISBT)

2658067

HRTC(Control Room)

2656326

Railways

Shimla Railway Reservation

131,2652915

Kalka Railway Inquiry

281131

Chandigarh

923132

Airport

Jubbarhati

2736675

Colleges in Shimla

Principal Degree College , Sanjauli

2640332

Principal , Evening College

2652765

Principal , RKMV

2807959

Principal Degree College,Chaura Maidan

2653291

Principal, St Bede's

2842304

Schools in Shimla

Govt. Senior Secondary School , Sanjauli

2640023

Govt. Senior Secondary School, Chhota Shimla

2620348

Govt. Senior Secondary School, Phagli

2835088

Govt. Senior Secondary School, Boileuganj

2831008

Govt. High School , Krishna Nagar

2811767

Govt. High School , Bharari

2652098

S.D. Senior Secondary School, Shimla

2652020

Arya Senior Secondary School (Girls)

2807122

St. Edward Senior Secondary School

2624542

DAV Senior Secondary School , New Shimla

2670976

Dayanand Public School

2653530

DAV Senior Secndary School , Lakkar Bazar

2653197

Hainault Public School

2623068

St. Thomas School

2656507

Sacred Heart Public School,Tara Hall

2652355

Jesus & Marry School,Nav Bhahar

2841394

Shimla Public School,Khalini

2623855

Bishop Cotton School, Shimla

2620990

Donating Blood

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Last Minute Reminders

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The Facts

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Himachal Pradesh At A Glance

HIMACHAL Himachal, meaning the land of snow, located 450km north of Delhi is one of the most beautiful states of Indian union. Enchanting hills, deep and green valleys, popular pilgrim centers, unexplored regions bathed in pristine beauty, culturally unique and rich tribal areas, gurgling streams and alpine flora all beckon the travelers. Himachal has everything for everyone for all seasons. From casual visitor to a devout pilgrim; from those seeking a break from the busy city life to the solitude lover; from easy holiday makers to those who want to rough it out everyone can take their fill. Adventure seekers can choose from trekking, mountaineering, rock climbing, white water rafting, para gliding, angling and skiing including heli-skiing. Idyllic landscape, serene environment, cool pollution free refreshing air and pure natural bliss- Himachal waits to be felt, explored, enjoyed and cherished. Small hill villages located across high rising mountain passes that remain blocked for nearly six months in a year, ancient temples dating back to the seventh century; pre-Aryan rituals, customs and traditions; high altitude glacial lakes; national parks and wild life sanctuaries- all join together to create a magic spell. From fertile plains to lush green meadows and from thick forests to barren mountains the landscape is rich and varied. Elevation ranges from 350m in the plains of Kangra and Una to 7000m in the high hills of Lahaul and Spiti. Dharamsala receives second highest rainfall in the country whereas Lahaul and Spiti valleys go without rains. Culture is as diverse as the landscape. More than 2000 deities, local gods and goddesses are worshipped in the state and almost every village has its own deity. These gods speak through the chosen ones called chelas and gurs who regulate the lives of hill people. The dialect changes after every few kilometers and customs and traditions also vary. Numerous fairs and festivals are held around the year celebrating the spirit of life in the most taxing circumstances. People are god fearing and hospitable. There is a wondrous mix of tradition and modernity.

The Land

Himachal extends from the plains of Punjab and Haryana to the permanent snow covered Himalayan mountain ranges. The Shivaliks take off from the plains and gentle hills roll one by one and rise in altitude as one approaches Himachal from the plains. The Shivalik, Dhauladhar, Pir Panjal and Great Himalayan ranges run almost parallel to each other and shape the deep valleys irrigated by numerous perennial streams and rivers. The valleys of Kullu and Kangra receive plenty of monsoon rains but the valleys of Lahaul, Pangi, Spiti and Kinnaur that lie beyond Pir Panjal receive very little rains. Several perennial rivers originate in the state. Main rivers that rise in Himachal are Beas, Ravi, Chandrabhaga, Pabbar, Giri, Baira and Siul. The Satluj enters in Kinnaur district from Tibet and flows through many districts before entering Punjab. The Yamuna flows on the western border of Himachal in Sirmour district.

The Origins

It is believed that the Kolorian people of Gangatic plains were the original inhabitants of the Himalayan hills who were pushed north by the people of Indus Valley (2250-1750 B.C). The earliest texts of Aryans composed around 1000 BC referred to the hill people as Dasas, Dasyus and Nishadas. In later works these people living in the Himalaya have been called Kinnars, Nagas and Yakshas. The Khashas, a group of Aryans coming from Khashgar, Gilgit and Kashmir spread throughout Himalayan region of Kangra, Kullu, Mahasu, Chamba, Gharwal, Kumaun and Nepal. They established small principalities in the hills. The Mahabharata refers to four Janpadas in the Himalaya- Audumbara, Trigarta, Kuluta and Kulind founded by Khasas. Of these Trigarta and Kuluta are identified with present day Kangra and Kullu. Trigarta finds mention in the Mahabharata, the Vedas and the work of Panini. Rivers of Himachal Chenab (Chandrabhaga), Ravi, Beas and Satluj are mentioned in the Vedic literature as Asikini, Parushni, Vipasha and Shatudri respectively.

Post Independence

On 15th April 1948 Himachal came into existence as the Chief Commissioner's province and became a Part C State of Indian Union on 26th January 1950. Bilaspur State was merged with Himachal Pradesh on 1st July 1954. Himachal Pradesh got the status of Union Territory on 1st November 1956. Kangra and most of the other hill areas of Punjab were merged with H.P. on 1st November 1966. On 18th December 1970 the State of Himachal Pradesh Act was passed by Parliament and the new state came into being on 25th January 1971 as the eighteenth state of Indian Union.

DISTRICT SOLAN AT A GLANCE

Named after Shoolini Devi Goddess, Solan is the fastest growing district
headquarters town of Himachal Pradesh. Situated on Kalka-Shimla National Highway-22, it has a unique location in between Chandigarh and Shimla. It is half way on Kalka-Shimla narrow gauge heritage railway line, built by the British. It is now popularly known as “MUSHROOM CITY OF INDIA”. At an altitude of 1453 metre above mean sea level, the town is surrounded by high hills. It is pleasant in summers and also not so cold in winters. It is well connected with Nalagarh, Bilaspur, Shimla, Rajgarh, Nahan & Chandigarh.

A  fair is held every year in the month of June. It begins with the worship of goddess Shoolini Mata. A 3-day mela is held at the central Thodo ground on this occasion.

Geographical setting
Solan town is located in the middle of National Highway 22 linking Kalka and Shimla. It
is  served by the internationally known narrow gauge railway line connecting Shimla with Kalka, the so called "Toy Train". The town is situated at an altitude of 1453 meters above mean sea level and geographically we have longitude 77o6' and latitude 30o54' passing through it. The town proper has high hills surrounding it. The Matiul peak is on the eastern side and is approximately 1986 meters. high. The Karol peak on the Northern side is nearly 2000 meters high whereas the one near Deonghat is 1984 meters high. Solan town acts as a base station for many tourist destinations like Chail, Dagshai, Subathu, Kandaghat, Churdhar peak etc.

Historical Evolution
Solan is the headquarters of Solan district. The district derives its name from Solan town
which came into existence after the construction of the cantonment here around last  quarter of the 19th Century. The Mohan Meakins brewery  was set up after the establishment of the cantonment here. The brewery  was set up  in the year 1855. The town has been headquarters of the princely Baghat State. The word Baghat is derived from Bau or Bahu said to be a hilly term meaning "many" and ghat meaning pass. Initially the state headquarters of the Baghat State was located at Bhoch in the Bhuchali pargana, but the headquarters of the state was shifted to Solan after the construction of cantonment over here. The railway line became functional 100 years before i.e. in 1902. Thus the evolution of the town can be spelt out in the following order or sequence :-
(i) Setting up of a cantonment area at Solan.
(ii) Establishment of a brewery on account of availability of excellent mineral water
in the year 1855.
(iii) Shifting of the headquarters of Baghat State from Bhoch to Solan.
(iv) Start of Kalka-Shimla rail line in 1902.
(v) Start of vehicular road movement on Kalka-Shimla road.
(vi) The urban local body i.e. M.C. Solan came into existence around 1950.
(vii) Consequent upon re-organisation of districts in Himachal Pradesh, Solan became
an independent district on 1st September, 1972 and Solan town became its natural
headquarters.

Regional setting
No settlement can be viewed in isolation for the purpose of Development Plan as it is an
integral part of its hinterland. Solan town having a population of 34,199 persons as per 2001
census is almost saturated in development. Approximately 90% of the developable land has been actually utilized under different activities. The remaining land is fast getting reduced.
Development has been taking place outside the M.C. limits  in Kather, Basal, Dehunghat,
Raboun, Anji, Shamti, Damrog and Salogra etc. The nearby settlements or towns like Subathu, Kandaghat, Chail, Rajgarh, Barog, Kumarhatti, Dharampur, Kasauli etc. are also dependent upon Solan town in many ways. People come here to use the health, educational, commercial and other infrastructure available and also bring various services as well as vegetables, food, milk etc. to meet with the growing requirements of Solan town. Thus Solan is fast acquiring the character of a regional  town and has a number of activities in and around it. A brief list is given hereunder :-
(i) N.R.C.M. (National Research Centre for Mushroom)
It is a Central Government Body.
(ii) C.I.P.M.C. (Centre for Investigation of Pest Management & Control)
It is a Central Government Body.
(iii) Z.S.I. (Zoological Survey of India)
It is a Central Government Body.
(iv) Dr. Y.S. Parmar University of Horticulture & Forestry.
(v) Engineering College at Bohli near Kumarhatti.
(vi) K.T.S. Boarding school at Tatul.
(vii) Dental College at Tatul.
(viii) E.T.D.C. (Electronics Testing and Development Centre)
It is a Central Government Body.
(ix) Anaj/Sabzi Mandi.
(x) J.B.T. School and  I.T.I.
(xi) S.C.E.R.T. at Raboun.
(xii) Railway Station.
(xiii) H.F.C.L. (Himachal Futuristic Communications Limited)
(xiv) S.I.S.I. ( Small Industries Service Institute)
It is a Central Government Body.
(xv) Cantonment.
(xvi) Bon Monastery at Kalaghat near Oachhghat. Said to be a oldest in India.
(xvii) Flats, Cottages, Clinics, Nursing Homes.
(xviii) Zonal Hospital.
(xix) Sand/lime mines.

Accessibility
The National Highway No. 22 is a prominent road passing through Solan town. It is an
important road from many points of view. Firstly it is a defence road connecting Delhi,
Dehradun, Ambala and Chandigarh to the China Border. Next it is the life line of our State as all raw products, building materials, passengers, goods etc. come through this route only. Our own products go out via it. It is on account of its significance that there are today 2 bye passes within Solan Planning Area. These are :-
(i) Solan bye- pass linking Saproon and Chambaghat.
(ii) Barog bye pass linking Saproon and Kumarhatti via Anji & Raboun. The Centre
Government is also likely to undertake  the 4-laning of this road. Surveys and
studies have been completed in this regard.
Besides N.H.-22, we have many other important roads connecting Solan to its nearby
areas, towns or settlements. These are: -
(i) Solan - Rajgarh road.
(ii) Solan  - Subathu - Arki Road.
(iii) Solan - Kandaghat road via Basal and Salumana.
(iv) Solan - Jaunaji - road.
(v) Solan - Damrog - Jatoli road.
(vi) Solan - Ashwani Khad road. It will ultimately connect Solan to Herth as well as
Chail.

Saraswati Vidya Mandir Schools in Himachal

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NAME OF THE INSTITUTIONS PLACE AFFILIATION GRANTED
District- Bilaspur
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR RAGHUNATHPURA 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SAMLOHAL 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR JHANDA 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BEHAL 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SUNHANI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PRIMARY SCHOOL  DIARA 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR LAKHANPUR 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SCHOOL PATER 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MAIN MARKET BILASPUR 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PRIMARY SCHOOL THURAN 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BUM 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PRIMARY SCHOOL NAKHLERA 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MORSINGHI 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KAPAHARA 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR AUHAR 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HATWAR 1st-10th
SARSWATI  VIDYA MANDIR (KANYA) HIGH SCHOOL  LOWER NIHAL 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL GEHARWIN 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL BHARARI 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SR.SEC.SCHOOL (BOYS) (RAURA)BILASPUR 1st-+2
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR  PANTEHRA 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR CHANDPUR 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PRIMAY SCHOOL BHARPAL 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BERI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DADHOLE 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR  KANDRAUR 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL BHATER 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR  RISHIKESH 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL NAMHOL 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL BERTHIN(KHAROTA) 1st-10th
ANUPAM PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL KUTHERA 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL  GHUMARWIN 1st-11th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR  CHHAKOH 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR GHAGUS 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR JEJWIN 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SCHOOL SWARGHAT 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BAROTA 1st-8th
District- Chamba
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PURTHI(PANGI) 1st-5th
District- Hamirpur
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR  BARA(DHATWAL) 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SAWAHAL BARU 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR GASOTA 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BAHINA GARLI 1st-10th
District- Kangra
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SULLAH 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BHADWAR 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BANAL 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BHOGARWAN 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KAWARI(N/BAGWAN) 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR  SCHOOL HAR(NEHRAN PUKHAR) 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PUBLIC SCHOOL NURPUR 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR AVERI 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PUBLIC SCHOOL BAIDI (THEHAR) 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MAJHERAN 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DAH-KULHARA 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HAGWAL 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL PAPROLA 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL BAIJNATH 1st-10th
SH.BELI RAM SAMARAK SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR RAJA KA TALAB 1st-10th
SHRI NAR SINGH SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR FATEHPUR 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DEOL 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SR.SEC.SCHOOL GARLI 1st-+2
District- Kullu
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BHALYANI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KARANA 1st-5th
ADARSH SARSWATI VIDYA  MANDIR BAGICHA 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR REMU 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MIDDLE SCHOOL CHHANI KHOR 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR RIARA 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR CHOWAI 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL NIRMAND 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR LARAN KELO 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KUNGASH 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DIYAR 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DIGERH 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL MANALI 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR ALOO GROUND 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR OLD MANALI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SCHOOL PANGAN 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR (MIDDLE) NAGGAR 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PALCHAN 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR THARASS 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL KATRAIN 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR  BASHING 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL SARSAI 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BARUA 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BARA BHUIM(BHUNTER) 1st-10th
District- Kinnour
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR RIBBA 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR TAPRI 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR RECONG PEO 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SANGLA 1st-8th
District-Mandi
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SCHOOL CHHATRI 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PANGNA 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MALOH 1st-5th
SARSWATI GIAN MANDIR JAMNI 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BHOJPUR 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KAO 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR JAI DEVI 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR JOGIKHALA PEHAD 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL BALAKRUPI 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL SANDHOLE 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HARIPUR 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SCHOOL NALSAR 1st-8th
BIST.R.S SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BHARARU 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL MARHI 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL REWALSAR 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR JAMNI 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MAHADEV 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DEHAR 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR GANESH CHOWK GANAI 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR TIKROO 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DHARAMPUR 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR NAU 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BARCHHWAR 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MACHHYAL 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BALI CHOWKI 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BANTHAL 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR RAKHOTA 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MOHIN(GOPALPUR) 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BAGSAID 1st-10th
ARUN SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SAMKHETAR 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR THUNAG 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR CHURAG 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SR.SEC.SCHOOL SARKAGHAT 1st-+2
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR TUNNA 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MAHAJAN BAZAR MANDI 1st-+2
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HATGARH 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KARSOG 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SERI BENGLOW 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR LAGYAR(TIHRA) 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MIDDLE SCHOOL SAJAU PIPLU 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KOTLI 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR NAGWAIN 1st-8th
District-Solan
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR GULLARWALA(BADDI) 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DAGSHAI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PARNOO 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SHIV NAGAR DATTI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DIGGAL 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SOBAN MAJRA 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR ARKI 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KASHLOG 1st-8th
District-Shimla
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BHUTTI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SAMALA(Rohru) 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KELVI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PUJARLI-3 ROHROO 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BAMTA 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DHALLI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR OGLI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR THACHI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PRIMARY SCHOOL THEOG 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SCHOOL TIKRI NIWAL 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SCHOOL JUBBAL 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR GANGTOLI(ROHROO) 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR TIKKER 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL GIAN DEEP KAMLA NAGAR 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR CHIRGAON 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HALOG DHAMMI 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KOTKHAI 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SUNI 1st-10th
PADMAWATI SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MATIANA 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL ROHROO(SAMOLI) 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL KUMARSAIN 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PUJARLI-4 ROHROO 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR JANGLA 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR CHUNNI(KIARI) 1st-5th
S V M PUBLIC SCHOOL KHARAHAN 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MELTHI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR GALANI 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR BARAGAON 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR NERWA 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR DALAN 1st-10th
District-Sirmour
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SALWALA 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR PURUWALA(KANSHIPUR) PAUNTA SAHIB 1st-5th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SHILLAI 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SATAUN 1st-10th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR SR.SEC.SCHOOL PAUNTA SAHIB 1st-+1
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR KAMROO 1st-8th
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR MAJRA 1st-10th
District-Una
SARSWATI VIDYA MANDIR HIGH SCHOOL RAIPUR SAHORAN 1st-10th