Best Schools in Delhi NCR and Hyderabad
Delhi NCR and Hyderabad are the three major cities in India with the literacy rate of 86.34%, 67% and 77% respectively. Delhi is the capital of India whereas Hyderabad is the capital of the state Andhra Pradesh. Gurgaon is the second largest city of the state Haryana and said to be the industrial and financial centers of the country. Delhi is considered as the most preferred city by the students as well as their parents.
The educational standard of Delhi is said to be very high because of the genuine education they provide. Six out of 10 best schools in India are from Delhi itself. The schools in Delhi are affiliated to various boards such as like Delhi School Education Board, CBSE (central board of secondary education), New Delhi and Council for the Indian School Certificate Education, New Delhi and National Institute of Open Learning (NIOS). The schools in Delhi offer education in all fields of study up to class 10th. For Classes 11th and 12th Students, Disciplines are concentrated only on the field and allied disciplines of Arts, Commerce or Science Only.
The top schools of Delhi are:
1. Mom’s Star Daycare & Playway
2. Little Angel's Pre School
3. Pukie Pie A Pre School
4. S.E. International School
5. Gateway International School
6. Ramagya School
7. Pukie Pie A Pre School
8. Vidya Sanskar International School
9. Excellent Public School
10. Fun Valley
Schools in Hyderabad are affiliated to CBSE, SSC OR ICSE and the state board run by the government aid or private bodies. In the schools the medium of instruction are English, Hindi, Urdu or Telugu. Some of the top schools of Hyderabad are Howard public school, Gitanjali School, Hyderabad, Oakridge International School, Praganya Montessori School and Holy Mother High School etc.
Gitanjali school of Hyderabad has been ranked in top 10 schools of the country in 2012. The school is situated in Mayur Marg, Begumpet and is affiliated to ISCE board.Howard Public School is one of the best schools in Hyderabad situated in Himayat Nagar. The school is co- educational school affiliated to CBSE board. The sole objective of the school is to impart quality education of the highest standards in student friendly environment. The campus of the school is well equipped with all kind of facilities that a student may require such as science labs, sports rooms, computer labs, art and craft rooms, music rooms etc. And field trips are organized by the schools time to time.
Gurgaon is a part of Delhi NCR in which having modern schools. Gurgaon is emerging as the major educational hub. Gurgaon provides meaningful primary and secondary school education. The schools are affiliated to many boards like CBSE, ICSE or the state board. These schools are using new teaching methodologies and help students develop their overall personality. Prominent schools of Gurgaon are:
• Euro International School
• Summer Fields School
• DAV Public School
• G D Goenka World School
• Chiranjiv Bharti School
• Pathways World School
• St. Angel’s School
• Matrikiran School in Gurgaon
Good schools in India are spread all over the country but cities like Delhi, Hyderabad and Gurgaon makes the choice easier for parents.
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