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Carmel Convent School Celebrates the Year of Mercy

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Welcome to Carmel Convent School...

Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh is one of the premier institutions conducted by the Congregation of Sisters of the Apostolic Carmel. This is an Indian Congregation, which took its roots in the year 1870, in its Foundress Mother Veronica, a holy and dedicated woman. We draw our inspiration from Christ, who willed the total development of every person, as also from our Foundress, Mother Veronica.

While our education is directed towards the total development of the person we too are primarily concerned with instilling Gospel values in those we educate and forming responsible citizens in the country who are ready to take their place in social, political and cultural life with selflessness and zeal.


Our aim is to form integrated women capable of responding to life's challenges with joy and a deep faith in God. Women whose choices and decisions are guided by right values, enriched by our cultural heritage and those who are committed to the services of our people.

Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh has a spacious well planned building and playground. The school provides for a quality educational infrastructure for the overall growth and development of the students.

Carmel Convent is recognized by the Directorate of Education, of the Chandigarh Administration and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) with affiliation No. 2630023.


Principal's Message

Carmel Convent School Chandigarh celebrates 2016 as The Year of Mercy. It was first announced by Pope Francis on March 13, 2015. The Year of Mercy is an invitation—an invitation to love, kindness, and unbounded generosity.

It’s also an opportunity to encounter the incredible mercy of God and it can transform your life, your relationships, your work, and your ability to embrace and experience all of life.
     How can we show others the mercy of God? We say that God is compassionate, but we ignore the poor. We say that God loves us and has mercy on us, but we hold grudges against our friends. Our actions need to authentically reflect God's mercy. On our part we have tried to inculcate a sense of compassion and sacrifice through our various programmes- The Power of Rupee One Campaign, the NMMS workshop, exchanging views and greeting cards with students from Pakistan, Romania. Through these programmes we wish to contribute our bit to making responsible students who will go on to be merciful and compassionate citizens of this country.

Sister M Swati A.C(Principal)