Maria Manzil School (Delhi catholic Archdiocese)

School of Delhi Archdiocese

School Children Performs on the Republic Day Celabrations

Students participate in the Mewat District’s Republic day celebrations 

On the 26th of January the students of the Maria Manzil School took part in the Republic day celebration, organized by the Mewat District Administration in the  premises of Mewu Degree collage. The students had put up a patriotic action song which was appreciated by all the dignitaries present on the occasion. Maria Manzil School was one among the other five schools from all over the district Students from Class IV, V & VI participated in the programme. The students were given prizes for their performance by the chief guest honorable parliamentary secretary for social justice and empowerment Mr Jaiveer  

Admission And re-opening of the school

Maria Manzil school has re opened on 22nd March 2015. Now we have  up to tenth class and upgrading to the +2  grade is under process.  

Maria Manzil English Medium School. Nuh, Haryana

  Maria Manzil school is the part of  the Archdiocesion mission started as a joint venture by both  Trivandrum and  Delhi Archdioceses.  

  This catholic mission is the Brain child of Late Arch Bishop Alan de Lastic of Delhi. This mission was a Joint venture of


elhi Trivadrum Archdioceses  The growing difficulties and unfamiliar ambience forced the Trivandram Arch diocese to Hand over this mission to the Arch diocese of Delhi.  This Mission had the services of Fr Gerald, Fr George, Fr Pancreatius and late Fr John all belong to the Trivandram Arch Diocese. All of them were proved missionaries and they laid the path for Fr Deepak Soreng of the Arch diocese of Delhi who till date is serving as the priest in charge of the catholic mission as well as the manager of the diocesan school which is named as the HOUSE of OUR LADY (MarManzil)

 In order to reach the good news to this part of India late arch bishop Alan, the then Arch Bishop of Delhi invited the Trivandram Arch diocese to open a mission at Nuh. As it was the plan of God   the Joint venture of Trivandram – Delhi Arch Diocese was born at Nuh, a place enriched with natural beauty and historical monuments, in the month of April 1998, with the coming of Frs. Gerald D’Silva and Jose G. from Trivandrum diocese, Along with Srs. Suma and Leela SCJM (Delhi province). They stayed in a rented house surveying the nearby villages and making contacts with the people around.

 With the magnificent Aravalli Mountain ranges in the back drop; it was a perfect place for the birth of a joint venture of two arch dioceses. With a population approximately around seven lakh, Christianity was totally alien to this place. As the name (Nuh in Arabic stands for Noah the patriarch of the Semitic tradition) indicates, the majority of the people are traditional followers of one of the Semitic religion, Islam, the other are Hindus and few Sikhs. Some of the Hindus are Government employees coming from different parts of Haryana and U.P. The people of Nuh are mostly agricultures. The land is owned by a few and the others are just labourers.With a literacy rate around 40 % the place was ready to receive the first seeds of Christ’s Love.


Priests from the Neighbouring places visits the School. 


Holy family rural health centere.

 on the 27th of March the foundation stone of the holyfamily rural health centere was blessed. His grace Arch Bishop vincent was the main celabarant he was accompanied by rev Fr Arthur Pinto( Director Holy Family Hospital New Delhi) , Fr Deepak, Fr Jas ( Principal St Mary's School Rohtak)