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GIAN JYOTI GLOBAL SCHOOL PHASE 2, MOHALI


Location

An imposing and architecturally beautiful school building has come up on 24,448 square yards land in Phase-2, S.A.S. Nagar, Distt. Mohali, Punjab (India).

The school is situated at the junction of the two beautiful cities of Punjab � Mohali (a hub for multi-level knowledge) and Chandigarh (Capital of Punjab, Haryana and U.T Chandigarh and also an epicenter of high education in the region).

MOHALI – What Bangalore is for south India, Mohali would soon be for Northern India – a hub for multi-level knowledge base with five educational institutes and a biotechnology park. An ambitious plan has been prepared by the government to be implemented in the next five years with HRD ministry, Science and Technology ministry and Punjab government as collaborators. Entire proposal is in the final stages of approval as the Punjab government has been asked to provide adequate land for the national knowledge project.

CHANDIGARH is a city which not only provides modern houses to the people but also has all kinds of higher education facilities in the region. The main educational institutions are – The Panjab University, the Punjab Engineering College, the Government College of Arts and six Government and Art and Science Colleges. Among the new teaching and research institutions established in Chandigarh in the decade of the 1960s are the Post Graduate Institution of Medical Education and Research and Government College of Architecture. There are number of specialized institutions which have been established here, making the city a base for higher education. To know more click here (with in-link website of Chandigarh)

Both Chandigarh & Mohali are well linked and accessible via all the prominent transport means i.e. roadways, railways and airways.

As these beautiful places are in proximity to the Capital of India, New Delhi, they enjoy special benefits and facilities.

The school is 92 Kms from Ludhiana, 250 Kms from Delhi, 255 Kms from Amritsar and 300 Kms from Manali.