Army Goodwill School at Liddar, Pahalgam

In a major step towards ensuring a brigher future for the (Lidder) valley’s youngsters, Army Goodwill School was announced open in Lidder, Pahalgam.

Chief of the Army Staff, Major General Deepak Kapoor, accompanied by his wife Kirti Kapoor, inaugurated the school in presence of Secretary Education, G A Peer and Director School Education, Shagufta Parveen. Senior Army officials including GOC Northern Command, Lt General PC Bharadwaj, and GOC 15 Corps,  Mukesh Sabharwal, were present on the occasion. 

Spread over 250 kanals, the school has been constructed at a cost of Rs 12.43 crores. The school was envisioned by former chief of the army staff, General N C Vij, who along with Mr Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, the then Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir jointly laid the foundation stone of the school on November 26, 2004.

The first academic session of the school commenced on June 2, this year with 83 students.
The school is a co-educational, residential, senior secondary school.


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26 thoughts on “Army Goodwill School at Liddar, Pahalgam”

  1. sir
    why don’t allow mobile holders or why u prohibited mobile sets with the student.
    sir it is not neccessary that all students waste their time in playing with mobile phones i,e. any student has any problem in their home where from he attends the call
    thank you sir

  2. why students are not allowed to visit their homes after every fortnight.Holding of students at a younger age within the four walls of the campus for prolonged periods affects a child’s psyche and can lead to negative tendencies amongst the children

  3. why students are not allowed to visit their homes after every fortnight.Holding of students at a younger age within the four walls of the campus for prolonged periods affects a child’s psyche and can lead to negative tendencies amongst the children.
    Thanks

  4. This is the response to the Raja Ishfaq Lateef
    Dear Sir,
    There is not any boarding school in India where mobile phones are allowed. On the second point, we are having mobile phones with staff members, if any student will be having any problem at home, his parents can call to staff members.
    Now response to Jibran
    Dear Sir,
    This is the problem with we kashmiries that that we miss our wards very soon. but if one like to see his ward doing good in life, it can not be achived at home.
    thanks

  5. sir ur army school is the best example of quatation “NAAM BADA GAWOON UJDA” and wat from urs………….
    and why students r not allowed to use internet to communicate with their friends,Parents etc.

  6. sir
    why aren’t u responding to our comments quickly as all of us know that u r checking these comments weekly

  7. Sir
    U R so cute bcoz “AAP SAB KUCH JANTE HUVE B ANJAAN BANKE JEE RAHE HO”
    OYE SIR wT ABT THE DISCIPLINE OF UR SCHOOL AS WE KNOW ARMY SCHOOL STUDENTS ARE HIGHLY DISCIPLINED BUT I HAV HEARD FRM SOM STUDENTS OF UR SCHOOL THAT THE SCHOOL IS WORST IN DISCIPLINE……………………………………………….
    iS THIS THW WAY OF UR pRINCIPAL AND WARDEN TO HANDLE THE SCHOOL.THEN I THINK THEIR PREVIOUS SCHOOLS WERE BETTER……..WAITIN 4 UR REPLY

  8. Respected sir
    u r so great,everytime u helped me there whenever i was in need but sir why many of the teachers r changing themselves they aren’t like that as we all saw on the 1st day they are talking with us rudely and as they r forced to talk if the school continue’s like this only then it will be very difficult 4 us to survey there bcoz now itz home and u r like our parents

  9. Dear Ahlam,
    Why are not u reporting back to school? I am missing you very much. Not me only but ur friends too!

  10. Dear Ishfaq,
    Come here and stay with us for some days, you will certainly like our school and the changes which took place recently.

  11. dear sir,
    i think that u r a best person amongst those whom i met in my life till now. sir u have encouraged me in all aspects,u have supported me in every field,what i am today what sort of changes r in me that is becoz of u only. i think that u r the most and will be the most memorable person of my life.
    may god blesses u and u r family

  12. Sir,
    I think our school is now good but not enough to be compared with other Army Schools in the country.1st thing is there the staff members ar very less.2nd thing the discipline also lacks but now it is developing. and also the extra co-curricular activities are not upto the mark. If these things get developed then our school will rock da valley as well as the country.We da students don’t wanna loose any staff member we want u all 2 cm next year.Thanx 4 everythng.

  13. Dear sir,
    i need info. abt the admission in ur reputed school for boarding and from which classes the boarding starts….and which stream is followed CBSE or state board.

    thanks

  14. Dear Dr. Malik,
    We are fully residential school affiliated with CBSE. Currently we are having classes from 6th to 10th. the process of admission starts in the month of Nov. with the issuing of forms. the entrace exam is conducted during the month of Feb.

  15. this is disgusting..heard the tales new vicepresiedent,he is deteriorating d image of institution …..(comments have been edited/removed because they are not appropriate and not as per the policy of the website)

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