De Nobili School, Sindri

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De Nobili School, Sindri
Sindri, Dhanbad, Jharkhand, India
Type Jesuit, Catholic
Motto Knowledge Imparts Humility
Established 1963; 55 years ago (1963)
Principal Chandrashekhar Francis
Grades 1st through 12th
Gender Coeducational
Exams ICSE and ISC

De Nobili School, Sindri, is a Jesuit boarding and day school, first through twelfth grade and coeducational, that prepares students for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) examination in class 10 and for the Indian School Certificate (ISC) in class 12.

Roberto de Nobili, who has eight Jesuit secondary schools in Jharkhand named after him, was an early 17th-century missionary to Southern India. St. John de Britto would follow de Nobili's example and adapt to local customs in his presentation of Christianity.[1]


On the right side of the school's logo is the coat of arms of the de Nobili family. On the left are a wavy line symbolizing the Damodar River and above it the Jesuit IHS logo and the lotus, the Indian symbol for learning and wisdom.[2]


  1. ^ "De Noboli School, Sindri, Dhanbad - The Learning Point". Retrieved 21 August 2016.
  2. ^ "De Nobili, Sindri » Coat Of Arms". Retrieved 21 August 2016.

Coordinates: 23°40′13.64″N 86°29′11.69″E / 23.6704556°N 86.4865806°E / 23.6704556; 86.4865806