Shaheed Bhagat Singh Public School

Lisarh, Uttar Pradesh View Map




Shaheed Bhagat Singh Public School is located in a small village of Lisarh in Uttar Pradesh. Currently it has 215 students enrolled in grade I to VIII. These students come from the families of poor farmers or agricultural laborers in rural areas. The school has minimal infrastructure. The school gets no government funding and survives solely on meager fees it collects from the students. The school has 7 teachers. Further details of the school can be found here.

Contact: Sh. Devendra Singh, Principal Lisarh, Dist. Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, India Phone: 91-1398-2281364



Scholarship Project

In August 2006, FINITE distributed scholarship to 16 meritorious students from grade V to grade VIII. Scholarships were given to those students who either secured first or second ranks in their class, or secured top marks in English or Mathematics subjects.


Library Project

In November 2006, FINITE started a library in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Public School with 120 books, 20 charts and a globe atlas. The books and charts were chosen from the areas of science, literature, history, general knowledge and mathematics. Special emphasis was laid on the learning of English language. For this, four dictionaries were given to the library. Most of the books were of pictorial type to make it easy for students to grasp the material. A letter from school indicating all the library books and charts can be found here.