General Gurnam Singh Public School
is a CBSE affiliated co-educational day school situated on the outskirts of Sangrur
. The medium of instruction is English. The school is being run on Public School lines. It is managed by S. B. Sir General Gurnam Singh Educational Trust. Capt. Amarinder Singh (former CM,Punjab) and S. Narendra Singh Mann are its Chairman and secretary respectively.
S.B. General Gurnam Singh
C.I.E., in his will, left his house and grounds to the community for educational, technological and cultural purposes without any discrimination of caste, creed or colour. The school was formally inaugurated by the His Late Highness Maharajadhiraj, Yadavindra Singh
ji of Patiala, on 23 April, 1968.
On June 6, 1944 General Gurnam Singh and his wife Mata Niranjan Kaur left his house and 92 bighas of land in trust to be used by the citizens of Jind State for educational purposes irrespective of colour, caste and creed. Due to the merger of States in Indian Union and because of some other reasons, the building and the land was being utilised by the Government for various purposes. First it was used as Refugee Camp after partition in 1947 and later as Protective home.
However, S. Gurbaksh Singh Sibia persuaded then Deputy Commissioner Sh. Tejinder Khanna to establish and start the School as desired by S.B. Sir General Gurnam Singh. A Trust was reconstituted on 06-06-67 by Shri Tejinder Khanna, IAS, the then Deputy Commissioner, Sangrur by taking 17 prominent personalities as... Read More