About School




Guru Nanak Khalsa Sr. Secondary School is CBSE affiliated, co-educational, Govt. aided School of a rich reputation. School was established on the auspicious day of Baisakhi 13th April, 1965 and successfully completed 50 years. The school is situated in an area of 5.772 acres. The total student strength of the school is 1720.The students at Guru Nanak Khalsa Sr. Secondary School are given freedom of self expression and are encouraged to think for themselves. In the progressive atmosphere of the modern age, our endeavour at Guru Nanak Khalsa Sr. Secondary School to equip the children with the set of values so needed to bring forth a balanced individual. They are given ample opportunities for self expression so that they learn to shoulder responsibilities in day to day life. Emphasis is laid on qualities such as self confidence and truthfulness towards oneself and society.

The school has a well furnished air conditioned computer lab. It has a well stocked library. The school has a House System. It is distributed into four houses namely 1. Sahibzada Ajit Singh House 2.Sahibzada Jujhar Singh House 3.Sahibzada Zorawar Singh House 4.Sahibzada Fateh Singh House. The segregation of students into sections A,B,C. of various classes is done to ensure equal distribution of boys and girls in all the classes.

Importance is not given only to the spirit of competition in academics and extracurricular activities but also in the day to day involvement of students in the maintained of discipline and premises by the house on duty for the week. This system teaches them to shoulder responsibilities and develop a sense of belonging to their alma-meter.

Affiliation No.Extension of affiliation upto


1 Name of the School with address Guru Nanak Khalsa Senior Secondary School, Sector– 30B, Chandigarh.
E-Mail Id. Gurunanak_30b@rediffmail.com.in
Phone No. 0172 – 2654593, 993, 693
Fax. 0172 – 2654993
2 Year of establishment of School 1965
3 Whether NOC from State/ UT or recommendation of Embassy of India obtained? Yes
NOC No. 1/55-DPI-UT-A2-24( ) 92
NOC issuing date 09-10-1992
4 Is the school is recognised, if yes, by which Authority Education Department, Chandigarh Administration.
5 Status of Affiliation
Permanent/ Regular /Provisional Provisional (Applied for Permanent)
Affiliation with the Board since 1981
6 Name of Trust / Society / Company registered under section 25 of the company Act, 1956 Period upto which Registration of Trust / Society is valid Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Sector – 19 D, Chandigarh, Permanent.


Sarbhat dah phalla or Sarbat da bhala is a Punjabi term which means "may everyone be blessed"or "may good come to all". This is a term from an important part of the Sikh prayer called the Ardas. This term forms an important part of Sikh philosophy. The term establishes a new precedence set by the Sikh Gurus - It binds the Sikh to ask for the "well being of everyone in the world". In establishing this concept, the Gurus have set a new standard for the Sikhs – not only should the Sikhs pray for their own well-being but also need to ask for the blessing of "all the peoples of the world".

All Sikhs narrate this prayer called the Ardas (final request/prayer to God) at least twice a day. In the ardas, the Sikhs say the following line near the end of the Ardas:-

  1. "Nanak Naam Chardikala, teraa bhanaa Sarbaht dah Phahla" which can be translated as "Nanak asks for 'Naam' (name of God) with which comes well.
  2. "Nanak Naam Chardikala, teraa bhanaa Sarbaht dah Phahla" which can be translated as "Nanak asks for 'Naam' (name of God) with which comes well being, happiness and positive spirit and with your blessings, Lord may everyone in the world prosper and be in peace" or can be broken down as:
  3. Nanak, With Naam comes Chardi Kala and with your blessings, may there be peace for all (part of the Ardas performed daily by all practising Sikhs)

The Sikh concept of "Sarbaht dah Phahla" which means "blessings for everyone" or literally "May everyone Prosper".

This statement is repeated by all practising Sikhs at least twice daily (if not more) as part of their Nitnem (daily prayers). This concept is central to Sikhism and forms a very important and essential role in the religious philosophy of the Sikh Gurus.

To put this in concise and clear language, it means that the Sikh desires, prays and asks God for the:

  1. Well being of all of humanity
  2. Prosperity for everyone in the worldwide community and
  3. Global Peace for the entire planet.

A true Sikh selflessly prays daily for "all to prosper". This gesture comes from the clear and pure teaching of Gurbani (Sri Guru Granth Sahib, SGGS) and forms the Gurmat code of conduct. Gurbani tells us that there are no "others". There is only One. The same One God resides within all. We are all the children of that One God. As the potter makes pots of different forms and colors from the same basic clay; and as the goldsmith moulds jewellery of various types, colors are all born of the and shapes from the same single homogenous material, gold; similarly, we same One Light. There is no difference.


The School is Co-educational and has accommodation for more than 1600 students. The School is affiliated to Central Board of school Examination (CBSE) New Delhi. It prepares students for the matriculation and the senior secondary examinations. The School offers four streams of subjects namely Medical, Non-Medical, Commerce and Humanities to its senior Secondary Students.

Status of Affiliation :- Regular Affiliated

Affiliation No. :- 2630003

Affiliation with the board :- 1981