Best Schools in Mumbai and Kolkata
The modern School Education is preferred in the best locations like Mumbai and Kolkata. These cities are metro city of India which is having modern schools and there are lots updating about the schools. In India, Both cities are profitable for kid’s future as well as kids could learn lots of things for bright future.
India is a developing nation, mostly based on agriculture but now a large number of people are shifting towards service sector. Education in India has always been the main concern for the government. India has an increasing literacy rate of 74.07%. The schools in India are affiliated to many boards like CBSE, ICSE, National Institute of Open Schooling and the state government boards. These boards are controlled by the Indian central government and state government. There are some international schools that are affiliated to international boards. Education provided to the Indian schools is from the public sector and private sector as well. The funds for the schools come from the three levels: central, state and local.
There are many schools in India that aim at providing global education to the students, so that they could face the challenges all overthe world. The best schools in India are Shri Ram School, Delhi, Cathedral And John Connon School, Mumbai, Mallya Aditi International School, Bangalore, Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan, Nungambakkam, Chennai, Vasant Valley School, Delhi, Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan, Delhi, Sanskriti School, Delhi, Delhi Public School, Delhi, The Mother’s International School, Delhi, Vidya Niketan School, Bangalore, Smt Sulochandevi Singhania School, Thane, Mumbai, Gitanjali School, Hyderabad, Campion School, Mumbai, Bombay Scottish School, Mumbai, Valley School, Bangalore, Step By Step School, Noida.
Education in India is not confined to one place. It can be seen in the list that many cities of the country have good schools. Mumbai and Kolkata are the two major metropolitan cities of India that serves as the capital cities of Maharashtra and West Bengal. Both these cities have higher literacy rate as compared to many cities of the country.
The schools in Kolkata are run by the state government or private organizations, many of which are religious. Bengali and English are the primary languages of instruction, in central Kolkata Hindi and Urdu are also used. The schools are either affiliated to West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or the ICSE or the CBSE where as schools in Mumbai are either "municipal schools" or private schools. Municipal schools are run by BMC and private schools are run by the trusts or individuals. The schools are affiliated either with the Maharashtra State Board (MSBSHSE), the all-India CISCE, NIOS or the CBSE boards. Marathi or English is the usual language of instruction.
The top schools of Kolkata are La Martiniere for Boys, St. Xavier’s Collegiate School, Calcutta Boys School, Modern High School for Girls, The Heritage School, South Point High School and many more. The heritage school is a well known school. It offers education from class nursery to class 12th. The school is affiliated to ICSE and strives for academic excellence. The school premises are huge with a children’s park and Tennis and Badminton courts. It also has a state of the art gymnasium and a swimming pool. The school offers a wide range of co- curricular activities like art and pottery, music and martial arts are some of them.
Some of the schools of Mumbai are ranked in the top 10 schools of the country and are considered as the best educational institutions. The best schools of Mumbai are The Cathedral & John Connon School, Campion School.
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OnlineSchoolAdmissions.com is an educational website for admission in various schools across the India. Here you will find the list of Top ranking CBSE, ICSE, Boarding, International and Play Schools in India category and city wise. Explore Top 10 Schools in Mumbai and Saraswathi Vidyalaya or Taurian World School and much more.
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