Ever since its establishment in the year 1983, Army Public School Shillong, as an institution has been famed to always achieve the impossible
Till March 1983, HQ 101 Area was running a regimental school called “Rhino Public School” which was merged and renamed to Army School Shillong on 23rd March 1983 and later to Army Public School Shillong on 1st July 2013 under the aegis of Army Welfare Education Society.
Besides giving pure excellence in academics, Army Public School Shillong has always endeavoured to provide its students a little extra. Located in the heart of the city the school opened its doors with 244 students enrolled from classes Nursery to Grade III, adopting syllabus prescribed by CBSE for Kendriya Vidyalaya. Soon after the school began, word started to spread and in just two years time, that is in the year 1985 the strength of the school increased to 376 students and classes to Grade V. The school started as Co- educational and cosmopolitan in nature with English and Hindi as media of instruction and a total of 12 teaching staff excluding the Principal and Vice Principal.
Over the years of history in Shillong, Army Public School Shillong has maintained its cherished culture of trust and respect for the individual, characterized by a strong sense of identity and community and has lived up to its motto “TRUTH IS GOD”.
Since 1983 the school has witnessed rise and groomed generations of all – rounded citizens. This was only possible due to the excellent leadership of the School Management Committee, dedication of the Principal, Teachers and the support of the Parents.
The school has carved a unique niche for itself as a seat of excellence. It lifted the coveted trophy for the “Best Overall Senior Secondary School” in 2005, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2016 in Eastern Command. It has been a tradition for the students of Army Public School Shillong to receive merit certificate from CBSE for their outstanding performance at the Secondary School Examination and Senior School Certificate Examination (XII) conducted by CBSE, New Delhi. The former students of the school are working in almost every sector or field. Whether it is the Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Reputed Electronic Media, Public Sector Banks, Judicial Service, Engineering, and Medicine etc. the presence of the alumni of the school is there who are rendering their services as dedicated and skilled citizens of the Motherland
The School Administration and Management Committee (SAMC) of Army Public School Shillong is formed as per the guidelines of Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) Rules and Regulations and approved by the Patron. The composition of the SAMC is as under:-
|Chairman||BGS, HQ 101 Area.|
|Members||Col ‘Q’(Land), HQ 101 Area.
SO1 Edn, HQ 101 Area
Stn Cell, 101 Area
2 Parents' Representatives. (Nominated every year)
2 Teachers' Representatives. (Nominated every year)
The mission of the School is to provide a befitting ambiance to the 21st century learners which would facilitate learning and to empower them by engendering the essential life skills. The school would also strive to provide quality education to all students and carve them to responsible and contributing citizens.
To develop well rounded, confident, productive and responsible citizens, who are critical thinkers, collaborative and action oriented through quality education. To achieve the reputation for excellence with the help of excellent teaching learning atmosphere, academic achievement, team work and leadership.
|Head of the institution||Principal, Mr. Rajeevan P.|
|Vice Principal||Mr. Anwar Hussain Mazumdar|
|Academic Coordinator||Mr. Rishiraj Choudhury|
|Primary Wing Coordinator||Mrs. Azra Ahmed|
Ms Nisha Gurung classes 6-8.
Mrs Poonam Sunar-Classes 9 & 10.
Mr Kamnasish S Chakraborty - Classes 11 & 12
|Department of English||Mr. Anwar Hussain Mazumdar|
|Department of Hindi||Mr. Avanindra Kumar Singh|
|Department of Maths||Mrs. Sharmistha Dutta|
|Department of Science||Mrs. Sheela Jose|
|Department of Social Science||Miss Cynthia L Wankhar|
With a view to foster camaraderie and competitive spirit among students and to stimulate their desire to excel in scholastic and co-scholastic activities, the school has been organised into four Houses named after four of India’s greatest personalities:
Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
Office Bearers: Every Year the school nominates students of class XII as Office Bearers , the Head Boy and a Head Girl who are called School Captains, complimented by eight House Captains and eight Sports Captains representing both boys and girls
|Sl No||EMPLOYEE NAME||DESIGNATION||TYPE OF EMPLOYEE||DOJ||GENDER|
|2||Anwar Hussain Mazumder||VICE PRINCIPAL||Confirm||08-05-2006||M|
|7||Kamanasish S Chakraborty||PGT||Confirm||05/11/2008||M|
|13||Cynthia Lubentina Wankhar||PGT||Confirm||01/05/1999||F|
|18||Pukhrambam Nepolian Singh||TGT||Confirm||01/06/2009||M|
|19||Asim Kumar Saha||TGT||Confirm||29/11/1994||M|
|20||Santhosh Kumar M.S.||TGT||Confirm||18/04/1995||M|
|23||Avanindra Kumar Singh||TGT||Confirm||09/10/2006||M|
|24||Swagata Sen Choudhury||TGT||Confirm||01/11/1997||F|
|25||Junuka Chakraborty Marwein||TGT||Contractual||02/08/2018||F|
|26||Selvaraj Chellappan||WE TEACHER||Confirm||03/08/1998||M|
|27||Sarbani Das||MUSIC TEACHER||Confirm||02/04/1997||F|
|30||Piarlitrep B Majaw||PRT||Contractual||07/04/2008||F|
|37||Panchi Rani Choudhury||PRT||Contractual||02/05/2018||F|
|38||Matsram Nengminza Sangma||TGT||Contractual||05/04/2021||M|
|39||Shalini Chatterjee||PGT||On Probation||08/04/2022||F|
|41||Sunipa Roy Mukherjee||TGT||Adhoc||06/04/2022||F|
|49||Abujam Kunjeshor Singh||TGT||Adhoc||08/04/2022||M|