Dr. Deepak Raj Singh Bisht
Dr. Bisht, a Doctorate from Kumaun University Nainital and Diploma in school leadership from the Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi, has more than 19 years of teaching and administrative experience. He joined the School as Vice Principal in June 2014 and took over as Principal in December 2016. He was earlier the Head of Academics at International Sahaja Public School, Dharamshala, Himanchal Pradesh, a reputed international institution with students from 39 countries.
The Sagar School is a co-educational, fully boarding CBSE affiliated School in Alwar, Rajasthan. Recipients of the International School Awards (2014-17) this extraordinary school is spread over a sprawling and picturesque 160 acres of land dotted with more than 3000 trees, each planted with care. The infrastructure blending into the manicured landscape is a visual delight to the eye and is superbly crafted by the famous architects-Stein Mani & Chowfla. It is also a green campus with round the clock power and water supply and has its own water treatment plant, water harvesting plant and dry irrigation techniques. Its environment friendly infrastructure holds arguably the only research level Observatory with a Celestron 14 inches refracting telescope. The state of art Sports Centre has the most sophisticated equipment for Racquet games and work out in the Gym including a robotic bowling machine for Cricket, Table Tennis & Lawn Tennis. The other sports facilities include a solar heated swimming pool, equestrian track, artificial climbing wall and multiple fields for all major and minor games.The Sagar School also has within its social out-reach programme – the neighbouring Maliyar Gujjar Village which it has adopted as a part of its social responsibility and commitment. We also have a very student friendly teacher-student ratio of 1:8 and truly encompass the vision of our Late Founder Dr. V. Sagar – an icon in the field of Corporate and intellectual property law and run by Sagar Shiksha Sansthan (a not-for-profit society).