• Welcome to Jindal School

    Popularly known as O.P. Jindal, Shri Om Prakash Jindal was born on August 7, 1930 to a farmer Late Netram Jindal of village Nalwa of district Hisar in Haryana.

    Founded on the munificent ideals and ethics inscribed in the very soul of its founding father, Shri O P Jindal, Shri O P Jindal Vidya Niketan, Samaghogha is a Secondary, Co-educational, English Medium Day School With a whopping strength of over 1600 students. Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Level vide Affiliation No. 430206 (School No. 13168) the school is run by Shri O.P. Jindal Charitable Trust. The school situated inside the lush green Township of Jindal Saw Ltd, Samaghogha. The School is well equipped with all modern infrastructural and educational facilities.

  • News & Events

  • Republic Day Celebrations 2018

    The 69th Republic day was celebrated by the school on 26th Jan 2018 with great enthusiasm and Excitement. Children performed March Past, Dance, Singing etc.After the Celebration in the School, Children Joined the Republic Day Celebration by our Company.

    Date : 26-01-2018
  • Visit By Delegates from USA

    School is Blessed with the presence of Delegates from USA on 10th Jan 2018.

    Date : 10-01-2017
  • Farewell Programme

    A Farewell Program was arranged for the outgoing Students of Class X and XII. Children of Class IX and XI arranged the programme.

    Date : 03-02-2018

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Principal Message

“To be worshipped are god, education and hard work”

What is Education?

It has been always a topic of discussion. It is a topic of everyone’s interest from educationists to ordinary man. The present education system provides wide scope for the development of free thoughts, skills, strengths at school level. Recent years we have been witnessing a surge in the field of education. Be it pattern of teaching, techniques, methods, syllabus or whatever but we should not forget the real purpose or definition of education.
The spoken words of Robert Frost:-


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