The Moravian Institute was registered in 1963 as a charity providing education to underprivileged students in Dehradun, India. Moravian Institute was founded by Br Eliyah Phunthsog whilst he was undertaking the revision of the New Testament in Tibetan for the Bible Society of India in Dehradun district.
The Moravian Institute is affiliated with Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE), Delhi. The Moravian Institute has its own hostel, school, and vocational training program. The school offer classes from Nursery to XIIth standard.
Moravian Institute in Rajpur, Dehradun was established in 1963 by Br Eliyah Thsetan Phunthsog whilst he was undertaking the revision of the New Testament in Tibetan for the Bible Society of India. During this time he met a number of Tibetan refugees who had just fled from their homeland across the Himalayas. What blossomed over the years was a work involving a school, a hostel and a vocational training program.
The Institute is affiliated to the Council for the ISC (Indian School Certificate) Examinations, New Delhi since 1978.
Admission in Moravian Institute, Dehradun
The New Academic Session starts in the month of April each year. For admission, make an appointment with School and fill the Registration Form and submit with necessary Documents and Fee. Documents required for the admission:
- Registration Form
- Copy of Birth Certificate
- ST/SC/OBC Certificate (If Applicable)
- Transfer Certificate
- Mark sheet of the Last Exam.
- Passport size Photograph (NOT Computer Printed)
- Registration Fee