The Academy was founded in 1972 by Guru Nanak Academy Society a body registered under Indian Societies Act XXXI of 1860 on the occasion of the five hundredth birth anniversary of Shri Guru Nanak DevJi, Education and instructions are imparted on public school lines and the Academy caters to the academic needs of students from Nursery up to Standard XII. The Board of Governors of Guru Nanak Academy renders selfless service on honorary basis with utmost devotion and love for the noble cause of education. In 1972 the school got affiliation from the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi, the CISCE, New Delhi is the prestigious All India Board that derived its roots from the Cambridge but now is a fully autonomous body with International recognition hence putting children on the global map through the certificates of ICSE(10) and ISC (12).
Aim and Objectives
Guru Nanak Academy aims to impart to its students liberal and balanced education on modern lines so as to inspire the students to become worthy of the rich cultural heritage of India. The School runs without any distinction of race, creed, caste or social status expecting to inspire students to develop in an atmosphere of Indian tradition, culture and social environments, Guru Nanak Academy expects to imbibe in students the best features of Public Schools such as discipline, spirit-decorps, Character building, physical development, spirit of chivalry, fair play and straight forwardness. In concordance with the above the Academy employs a fleets of most qualified and trained teachers headed by a highly qualified Principal who may further inspire the students not only to acquire academic prowess but also to lead noble lives, lovingly serve their country and inculcate a sense of pride in their abilities and achievements.
Prayer and seeking the eternal blessings of Almighty God are the essential ingredients of nurturing of student done at GNA. School closes with prayers; Examinations begin with prayers and results are awaited with prayers……..
“Main nahi, kich houn nahi, kich aye na mora, awsar lajja raakh le, sadna jan tera”
“Lord I am nothing, nothing belongs to me, I know nothing – Yet you some how do always come at the right moment to help me to keep alive my self respect and esteem”.
(BhagatSadna Shri Guru Granth Sahib)