Schools in Alwar

Schools in Alwar follow a comprehensive and cohesive syllabus that enables the students to amass a wide gamut of knowledge from different fields of study. Alwar has 3,578 Primary and Middle schools and 332 Secondary and Higher Secondary schools. The establishment of schools has provided an impetus to the development of Alwar education.

Equipped with necessary infrastructural amenities, the schools of Alwar provide the students with quality education. Alwar has several government and private schools that cater to students from all economic background. Some of the well known schools of Alwar are:
  • Chinar Public School
  • Alwar Public School
  • Khnadelwal Senior Secondary School
  • Guru Nanak Secondary School
The schools in Alwar are supported by a team of highly qualified teachers who encourage healthy interaction between students and themselves. All the schools in Alwar have excellent library facility. The libraries of the schools of Alwar city may be described as vast reserves of books, journals and magazines.

The educational institutions of Alwar organize several cultural and academic events. The students of each school are encouraged to participate in the events and develop an all round personality. Most of the schools of Alwar are equipped with computer laboratory and imparts computer aided audio-visual knowledge to the students.

The government schools of Alwar provide free education to the students from economically poor families. However, the private schools charge fees for imparting education. The schools of Alwar combine theoretical knowledge with practical classes that helps in the clarity of concepts. The schools of Alwar have helped to build up a new social consciousness, which is free from the stranglehold of old superstitions and beliefs.

Last Updated on 19 December 2011



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