GMSSS Sec-56, Chandigarh
Computer Lab is well equipped with the latest infrastructure & sufficient no. of the computers with networking and Internet facility has been implemented.
Proper User ID's - ADMIN and STUDENT has been maintained and appropriate security rights privilege has been given to them, to make the student's techno savvy.
Library is well-equipped with the latest books available on all subjects like Great personalities, Defence related issues and various other relevant topics. It is maintained by a school teacher.
These facilities cater to the scientific needs of the students of the school in a greater way through the practical methods. There is no dearth of any equipment which hinders the progress of the growing students.
Well maintained with separate courts for Dodge-Ball, Badminton, softball, kabaddi. Total area of Playground is 4875.
The Mid-day Meal Scheme is the popular name for school meal programme in India. It involves provision of lunch free of cost to school-children on all working days. The key objectives of the programme are: protecting children from classroom hunger, increasing school enrolment and attendance, improved socialisation among children belonging to all castes, addressing malnutrition, and social empowerment through provision of employment to women.
The Foodgrains are being lifted from FCI godowns and quality checked by the committee consisting of Distt. Education Officer, Dir. Health Services, representative of FCI and Principal of Schools. Chandigarh Administration is providing 2 mathis i.e., 1 sweet and 1 salted mathis per child per day. The mathis are regularly checked for their nutritional values/protein content per portion 8-12 gms and 300 calories by the Public Analysts, Punjab & Haryana. The state is bearing the cost of mathis @ Rs. 2.65 per child per day. The mathis are being provided in 110 Govt. Schools, 5 Govt. aided schools and 277 EGS centres, thereby covering 59993 children. Now the Chd. Admn. has introduced ready-to eat food/cooked meals under mid-day-meal scheme. Cooked meal in the form of chapatti based menu costing Rs.8/-per child/day and rice based menu costing Rs.6.14 per child/day includes dal and sabazi. It was initiated on trial basis in four schools. Thereafter the cooked meal has been introduced in 74 Govt. schools, thereby covering approx.40,000 students. The meals are being served in stainless steel thalis, spoon and glass.