Seth Anandram Jaipuria School is a leading school of Northern India which has distinguished itself by virtue of its excellence in academics and co-curricular activities. Its students have been selected into leading colleges and universities across the world. Its alumni are also placed in the best companies in their respective spheres. The school's foundation stone was laid by the then Prime Minister, Smt. Indira Gandhi while the school was inaugrated by Dr. Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed in 1974, the then President of India. Its students have proved their mettle at various international olympiads, MUN conferences, debate competitions, athletic meets, national level sports and music competitions- even beating college students at fests organised by IITs across the nation.
The school organises Comfest, an annual, 17 year old, social-techno-cultural festival which holds the unique distinction of being the largest, student organised, school level fest in India. Its uniqueness is accentuated by the fact that while most school events involve a huge number of teachers, Comfest is completely student organised. At Comfest, a four day extravaganza, which witnesses participation from more than 55 schools across Asia, more than 800 students compete in array of 37 diverse events that test a multitude of their skills, be it mental aptitude, literary prowess, technical proficiency or creative expertise. On showcase are best contemporary practices in these fields.
The ongoing pandemic, COVID-19 has indeed changed our lifestyle, but we would like to tell you that our resolve still remains strong, and our determination, undaunted. Celebrating 20 years of our technical, cultural and literary forte, we are pleased to inform you that with virtual organisation, Comfest has now widened its legacy even further. We might not be physically connected, but believe us when we say that we are together.