Ashok Hall Girls' Residential School was established in the year 1993 in the beautiful village of Majkhali, Uttarakhand amidst the magnificent Kumaon Hills. An initiative of the B.K Birla Group of Companies, the school is recognised for its commitment towards excellence. The group has a successful track record of running some of the finest educational institutions across the country and is committed to quality education. Ashok Hall Girls' Residential School, an English-medium school affiliated to the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations, is a member of the prestigious Indian Public Schools' Conference. The school offers excellent quality of education and focuses primarily on the all-round development of the girl child.
Founded in 1993, Ashok Hall Girls' Residential School is a premier residential school in Ranikhet, Uttarakhand, set on a sprawling pollution–free 25-acre campus overlooking the picturesque Himalayas with spacious classrooms, well-stocked library, well-equipped laboratories, playgrounds, infirmary and boarding residence with dining hall.
Renowned industrialist Late Mr. B. K. Birla and Late Dr. (Mrs.) Sarala Birla, eminent scholar, have pioneered the development of education in India for over 60 years. They have always emphasised on providing the best educational facilities to the girl child. The Birla Foundation has always given precedence to it and established Ashok Hall Girls' Residential School.
Our aim is to offer superior quality teaching enabling students to develop an interest in academic work and excel therein and to promote life skills and foster human qualities necessary to flourish within a community. We aim to inculcate a sense of appreciation for traditional and spiritual values. We want to lend our support in providing opportunities for every child.