An Institution Ahead of Its Time
Jnana Ganga Central School
Bellare, Sullia Tq - 574 212.
Dakshina Kannada district. Karnataka. India.
Tel: 08257-271533. Email: jgcs.co.in@gmail.com

     
 
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Jnana Ganga Central School



"The purpose of education is the freedom of the mind which can only be achieved through a path of freedom" - Ravindranath Tagore.

Jnana Ganga Central School


Dedicate themselves to the noble vision of its founders to groom young minds from various cultural backgrounds to become valuable global citizens with personally fulfilling principled lives.
                      
MISSION STATEMENT


 We aim to preserve and enhance the highest standards of excellence and prepare generations for the 21 st century.

 JGCS students are carefully sensitized to environmental concerns, evoking in them the feelings of nationalism and communal harmony and motivating them to follow the motto of Towards Excellence and by serving others. willingly, graciously and selflessly.

 We understand the contemporary challenges of education and commit to fulfilling collective responsibilities towards children in the country.

 To nurture a learning and performing culture with gender sensitivity.

 To instill in students self-confidence, holistic development and values of hard-work to become global leaders.

 To develop in students a blend of traditional and modern outlook with advancement in technology.


Located amidst rustic settings of verdant coconut and areca nut palms at Bellare town near Sullia, Dakshina Kannada district, students are exposed to a distinct educational environment that fosters guided inquisitiveness to face the fast changing needs of modern world.

The co-educational school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Government of India, New Delhi, and is currently offering the curriculum to primary and secondary classes.
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