English Medium Co-Educational Sr.Sec.School, affiliated with CBSE
Air-Conditioned
About the School

SNEH International School is a unique co-educational school, as it combines contemporary and conventional methods in a flexible manner according to the age and aptitude of the child. Parents of East Delhi face hardships in sending their children to competent institutions located far.

Established in the heart of East Delhi at New Rajdhani Enclave, it is accessible to all. It caters to the progressive parents of genext residing in East Delhi.


Our Aim

The School has formulated for itself the three fold objective of developing the potential of each student, equipping all students to be self-directed learner's and encouraging them to make valuable contributions to the family, school, nation and the world.

While designing the curriculum, the plea of the child has been kept very close to our hearts, It says:

"If I cannot learn the way you teach me, then why don't you teach me the way I can learn?"

Our Vision

SNEH International School recognizes that a student's horizon is unlimited. The School crosses all national vision boundaries and uses international methods of teaching to enable them to be exuberant, confident, aspiring and well adjusted individuals in their chosen vocation. Every student is motivated towards self-directed learning that shall ensure lifetime success.

It is true that the future of our country is shaped in the classrooms of today. SNEH International School envisages to train its students in values that are often found conspicuously missing in society at large. Children with an SIS foundation will learn to identify these weaknesses in our value-system and will be trained to cope up with a positive attitude.

Our Emblem

The Emblem of SNEH International School depicts a smiling happy child superimposed over the globe done in green and blue, encircled by a yellow stripe with the school name and five stars.

The education of children at SNEH International School shall overcome all national boundaries and create holistic young citizens.

  • The green colour emphasizes the sensitivity towards achieving sustainable development.

  • The blue depicts concern for 'fresh water'.

  • The yellow circle of goodness is for a rich harvest and prosperity that will encompass all when SNEH students become active agents of globalisation and shine like stars.