Latest Update

Dear Parents, Due to prevailing heat waves and weather condition in Bengal, the State Government has decided to extend Summer Vacation till 15th of June 2023. There will be normal classes from 19th June’ 2023. Note: Intimations in regard to time table of online classes from 12th to 16th June 2023 will be notified shortly.
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Welcome to
St. Margaret Convent School

Fees Structure

Details of fees to be
paid from lower to fourth class at the time of admission.

Holiday List

The holiday calendar includes the holidays officially observed by all ST. MCS employees.


In educational process. Its general purpose is to define the responsibilities of teachers & students.

Car Fees Structure

Additional benefits & charges that are provided for children

Extra Curricular

Art & Craft

As we follow the process of fine motor skills, we encourage students in various crafts and drawings to bring forward their talents.

Celebration and observations

We organize different kinds of celebrations in school irrespective of caste, creed, and religion.


We provide Yoga sessions periodically under the supervision of expert faculty to strengthen mental health.


Sports can boost kids’ self-esteem, coordination, and general fitness, and help them learn how to work with other kids and adults.

Events We Organised

Grand Parents Day

The yummy food, the fairy tales, the refuge after every mischief was the lap of our grandparents.The only place with unconditional and endless love.

Teacher’s Day

Teacher’s Day is celebrated on 5th September every year in India. It is celebrated on the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan,

Children’s Day

Every year on 14th November we celebrate Children’s Day with the aim of spreading child awareness among the common people.

Independence Day

We celebrate Independence Day every year on 15th August through cultural programs arranged by our members.

Sister Margaret 

Margaret Nobel (Sister Nivedita) was born in Ireland. The Irish lady devoted herself to selfless services at a very young age. At the age of twenty, she met Swami Vivekananda and was immensely influenced by his ideas and speeches. As suggested by Swami Vivekananda, Margaret Nobel came to India first in July 1897, subsequently in January 1898, and received her initiation from him in March 1898. Swamiji gave her the name Nivedita, “ The dedicated ”. Later he brought out the significance of that name in the following lines penned for her as his blessing.

Our happy parents

Sk Rehman . . . .

“We welcome the St. Margaret Convent School to share such steps and thoughts about the future of children. I am very happy that they are providing a beautiful, quality education service.”

Abir Halder . . . .

“Honestly, I have rarely seen such an enthusiastic, hardworking and honest institution. St. Margaret Convent School is one of them. What they are doing is very significant. I want to see more from them. This is how you proceed.”

Utsav Gayen . . . .

“ST. Margaret Convent School is an ideal and unique think tank. The staff and members are like parents to the children and encourage us. We want them to move on to the next level of achievement. “

Principal Message

I express my heartfelt gratitude to the supporters & our well-wishers and I humbly request you to stand by this academy. It is our spiritual desire to be by his side in the future, as in the past, in the joys and sorrows, in the riches and in the dangers, in the rotation of the conspiracy season, to spread the light of education in all walks of life. With your valuable advice, let this academy move forward on the path of light with selfless cooperation, may its dream come true.