Three Dots Sewamarg Public School

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Three Dots Sewamarg Public School
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Three Dots Sewamarg Public School
Ramghat road, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh

India
Coordinates 27°53′N78°05′E / 27.88°N 78.09°E / 27.88; 78.09 Coordinates: 27°53′N78°05′E / 27.88°N 78.09°E / 27.88; 78.09
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TypePrivate
MottoKnowledge is Power
Established1989
Grades[LKG] – Grade 12
Campus typeNon-residential
Affiliation CBSE
Website http://threedotssmpschool.com/

Three Dots Sewamarg Public School is a private secondary school. It was founded in 1989 as an English medium secondary school with classes I to X. Subsequently, it was changed to 10+2 level in 2000, located in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India. It covers nursery to senior secondary (12th grade). It is affiliated with India's Central Board of Secondary Education. The school publishes a yearly magazine. Located on Surya Sarovar Colony, Ramghat Road, Aligarh.

Curriculum

The academic curriculum includes mathematics, English, Hindi Language and Sanskrit as a third language. Social studies (history, civics and geography) and science (physics, chemistry, biology) [From VIth onwards]. Other subjects include computer studies, moral science and physical health education also.

Class 10 students are prepared for the board exams. They sit for the pre-board examination before the Central Board of Secondary Education conduct examinations. Grading system was started in the academic year 2011–2012

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