About School
The Convent of Jesus & Mary School which has been established by the J & M Dehradun Educational Society, a Christian Minority Institution, aims primarily at the education of the Catholic Community and the preservation of Catholic faith and religious practices. Preference in the admission to the School will be given to Catholic children. Admission will, however, be open to children of other communities without distinction of caste or creed. With a view to preserving our Catholic faith, classes in religion will be conducted and it will be obligatory for Catholic children to attend these classes. The School stands for academic excellence, development of skills and character formation based on the love of God and the service of man as modelled on the person of Jesus Christ.
Additional Details
  • Minimum Entry Age :- 3
  • School Provide Meals ? :- N/A
  • Air condition Class ? :- N/A
  • CCTV Surveillance ? :- Yes
  • Day Boarding ? :- Yes
  • Teacher Student Ratio :- N/A
  • Total Seats at Entry Level Grade :- 65
  • Total School Strength :- 2500
  • Average No of students per class :- 65
  • Total No. of Teachers (All Class) :- 80
  • Fire Safety :- Yes
  • School has Strong Room ? :- Yes
  • School has Wifi Enabled ? :- N/A
  • Total No. of Playground ? :- 1
  • Total No. of Rooms ? :- 70
  • No. of Laboratories. :- 4
  • No. of Lift elevator. :- 5
  • Total No of computers. :- 120
  • No. of Activity room. :- 10
  • School has clinic facilities ? :- N/A
  • School has Gymnasium ? :- N/A
  • Total Area of School ? (Sq) :- 70000
  • Total area of playground ? (sq) :- 20000
  • Total No. of Library ? :- 1
  • No. of Auditorium. :- 1
  • No. of Digital Classroom. :- 10
  • Total No. of Buses Owned. :- 15
  • Transport Facility :- Yes
Admission Details
  • Admission Process :- Online / Offline
  • Start Date :- 2023-03-01
  • Facility to do online admission process :- Yes
  • Admission Open :- Yes
  • End Date :- 2023-04-30
  • Facilty to Pay admission fee online :- Yes
  • Admission Page Link :-
Fee Details
  • Admission Fee :- 35000
  • Annual Fee :- 275000
  • Transport Fee :- 30000
  • Others Fee :- 20000
Vision and Leadership
School Vision

We, the sisters of the congregation of Jesus & Mary serving India since 1842 commit ourselves to the promotion of a more just and humane society in our country. The inspiration provided by our Foundress, Claudine Thevenet, since 1818, continues to strengthen this commitment. In the India of today, the pressures of casteism, communalism, poverty and exploitative structures make it imperative to equip our students not only with intellectual skills but also with a set of attitudes imbued with social, moral and spiritual values especially compassion, tolerance and forgiveness. Our commitment to this kind of education is made in order to serve specifically the young and among the poor. We will also seek to conscientize them of their rights and struggle with them in the face of ongoing oppression and exploitation. We also seek to sensitize our students to the emerging environmental concerns, in order to protect our planet Earth and save its depleting resources. We invite our collaborators, students and parents to work with us in realizing our challenging vision of bringing about a new India and a new world.

Convent Of Jesus & Mary
Sister Alice Chammanath

“Men say women cannot have as much rights as men, because Christ wasn’t a woman. Where did Christ come from? From God and a woman. Men had nothing to do with him.” - Sojourner Truth (at a speech in Acorn, Ohio, USA in 1851). Call her Nirbhaya, call her Damini…..or call her by any other name. She is a symbol of woman hood. Outraging her modesty has not s hamed her or thousand others like her who have shed tears in darkness or have fought lonely battles in a system which provides ample loopholes to the perpetrators of these heinous acts to get away scot free. It has shamed the society which allows such acts to take place. 16 December 2012 has laid bare some facts of life which we tend to brush under the carpet. Firstly, we are a nation with double standards. We put those on pedestals whom we fear the most, and tread upon those who are physical ly weak and do not retaliate or nee dour love. Secondly, all the girls who break their shackles to achieve their dreams are sneered at and discouraged and the self styled moral poli ce (there are many in all communities.) will go to any ridiculous length to stop them. Thirdly the ‘mother’ is a very misused term. Every woman was, is or will be a mother – may be not biologically but in many different ways. The world depends upon and is indebted to her form life, nurturing, education, and protection. Raping a woman (every 6.2 minu tes in our country to be precise) is systematically ringing the death knell of the nation- the very fiber of the society. A nation which cannot respect its women the life givers the “mothers”, can never survive or flourish. Being in the field of education, wonder where have faltered? Why do we have the Nirbhayas or other faceless souls burning in the ago ny and trauma of physical or mental abuse? Education has to perhaps look beyond percentages, Ivy League, entrance exams and first pay packets. Education is, sensitizing the so ciety to the human aspects of life which we are rapidly forgetting. Respect, chivalry, compassion are now words read in books, prea ched but never practiced. ‘Women’s empowerment’ and Women’s rights’ are terms bandied about by political parties to garner votes and not as a solution to gende r discrimination. Let us all pledge to make our girls physically strong, mentally robust morally upright and self reliant individuals. Let them be awar e of all their duties as well as rights and fearlessly win back what has been denied to them – some very things- respect and safety.


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