Find Information of Schools in Chandigarh and Jaipur
Chandigarh is a city as well as the union territory of the country and it is the capital of two Indian states “Punjab” and “Haryana”. Chandigarh is a powerful city with highest per capita income in the country that has literacy rate of 86.77%. Chennai and Jaipur are the capitals of the states Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan with the literacy rate of 90.33% and 76.44%. Chennai is said to be the major educational centre in south India and Jaipur has recently become the centre of education.
The schools in Chennai fall under two categories. They are run either publicly by the government or privately with some financial aid from the government. All these schools are affiliated to boards like Tamil Nadu State Board or the Tamil Nadu Matriculation Board, CBSE or the ICSE, NIOS or the Anglo Indian board. Some schools are even affiliated to the International Baccalaureate. Private schools offer education in English medium only where as government school offer both English and Tamil medium education. After standard 10th, students can choose from science and commerce to pursue their education further.
Schools in Chennai are St. Bede’s Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School, Sri Vidhya Academy International School, Good Shepherd Convent Matriculation School, Krishnamurthy Foundation India, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sushil Hari International Residential School, etc. Sri Vidhya Academy International School is situated in Pattabiram Road, Sokkanallur and Pattabiram. It is a co educational English medium school, which provides education from class nursery to class 12th. The school promotes healthy relationship, excellent academia with a spectrum of extra-curricular activities and opportunities to learn many basic skills.
Schools in Jaipur are also affiliated to various boards such as CBSE, ICSE or the state board. The schools of Jaipur are dav centenary public school, vaishali nagar, Vivekananda sr. Sc. School, Jaipur public school, shiv marg, defence public school, and Jaipur school etc. DAV Centenary Public School is located in Vaishali nagar Jaipur. It is co educational English medium school offering education from class nursery to class 12th. The school is affiliated to CBSE. The aim of the school is to transform talents into excellence for crafting and creating sound citizens having competencies in consonance with the contemporary and future global needs.
Chandigarh has a large number of renowned public and government schools. The curriculum in Chandigarh schools has been designed in such a way so as to impart quality education to the students. The best schools in Chandigarh are The British School Chandigarh, Panchkula, Mohali, Jainendra Public School, KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Chandigarh, Guru Nanak Public School, etc.
Jainendra Public School located in Panchkula is affiliated to the CBSE board. The objective of the school is to infuse traditional values blended with the modern technological and educational concepts. The school curriculum makes extensive use of audio visual teaching aids, including the internet and multimedia. Special workshops on music, dance, art and craft and other subjects of interest are also held regularly. There is a well-stocked library to inculcate reading habits among children. The schools of Chennai, Jaipur and Chandigarh are continuously striving not only to make students academically strong but also talking care of their psychological aspects.
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