Al Barkaat Public School

Al-Barkaat Public School (+2)

The school is situated on the Anoopshahr Road near Jamalpur Railway Crossing approximately 5 kms from Aligarh Railway Station. The school prepares students for All India Secondary/Sr. Sec. School Examination (Class X/XII) conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi. It also caters for separate residential facilities to Boys and Girls from classes VI to XII. The medium of instruction is English at all levels.
The school has separate well-equipped science laboratories viz. Physics, Chemistry, Biology, computer Science and Mathematics for Secondary/Sr. Sec. level. These laboratories provide opportunities to understand the subject well through experiments done under the supervision of qualified and experienced teachers.
The school has a well established & spacious library. The library has on its shelves a large number of text books, story-books, Encyclopedia, reference books and books on moral values and general knowledge in English, Hindi and Urdu. The library has regular subscription to competitive examination magazines such as Science Reporter, Competition Success Review, journals and periodicals alongwith national/local newspapers. The students avail the library facilities through the library membership card valid for one academic year. The library is fully automated with barcode technology for the issue and return of books using Alice for Window Library software.


Sunday, August 14, 2016

Al Barkaat Public School (+2) Organized Special Assembly On The Occasion of Independence Day

Al Barkaat Public School (+2) Organized Special Assembly On The Occasion of Independence Day


The serenity derived from Independence is incalculable. Its very aura is full of ecstasy and excitement. Experiencing this essence of Independence, the students of Al-Barkaat Public School contributed to intensify their patriotism by organizing different spectacular programmes.
The tiny tots of the Primary and the Nursery sections held an Independence week from 8 August 2016 to 13 August 2016. Many histrionic programmes including patriotic songs, motivating speeches, inspiring skits etc. enriched the atmosphere with the fragrance of the upcoming Independence Day.
Little children looked adorable as Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chandra Bose, Anne Besant and other. Patriotic songs were sung and the stories of the heroic deeds were narrated. The week was filled with memories of the past and pumped with the hopes of the future. In the time of these celebrations, the senior students added up the charm by holding special assemblies which were solely dedicated to the purpose of evoking patriotism and ideal citizenship among the students.  On this occasion the Principal, Vice-Principal and the Headmistress addressed the assembly and urged the students and the faculty to make the day purposeful and relevant to the present times. Unity in the diversity, tolerance, equality and democracy should be preserved as the important constituents of modern India.  The celebrations came to  conclusion with the emergence of a new desire of getting  an ideal and dreamy India.