Senior Secondary School, Bikaner is affiliated to the
Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. It is at
present up to class XII. It was established in 1962 as a
Primary School in the Bikaner fort. In 1963 it moved to
Bidasar House and in 1969 it moved on to its present
premises. The institution functions under the management of
the Mission Sisters of Ajmer, member of a Religious Indian
Congregation, which belongs to the Christian Minority in
India, governed by Article. 30(1) of the Indian
Constitution. Sophia School is a Catholic Institution
administered and managed by the society of the Mission
Sisters of Ajmer an All-India Registered Society serving the
cause of Education in different parts of our country.
The aim of the Institution is to give the
Indian girls the benefit of a refined education on modern lines, with facilities both for study and domestic training. A sound moral training is imparted to them together with useful knowledge and accomplishment adapted to their age and social standing. Pupils are under the beneficial influence and supervision of Sisters. They are trained to acquire self-reliance and become unselfish, conscientious women committed to God and country. The Staff spare no efforts to create a congenial and happy environment for their pupils. They provide every facility to develop their individual abilities.