Schools in Bijapur



The government has taken initiatives to increase the number of primary schools in Bijapur. Education programs have been taken up in Bijapur by the Government to strengthen its primary education system.

A five year program named Skihshanavahini has been started by the government and it covers the five revenue blocks of the Bijapur district. The program is targeted for the betterment of 3,50,000 children, 7000 teachers, 7000 SDMC members and 3000 GP members of the Bijapur schools.

Through this program the Government is trying to enroll more number of children between the age group of 6 to 18 years of age in the government schools of Bijapur.

Best Bijapur School

The Sainik School of Bijapur was started on the 16th September 1963in the Vijaya College campus. The campus of the college is spread over an area of 406 acres and boasts of swimming pools,gymnasiums and playgrounds. The school also has fully equipped computer rooms, laboratory, auditorium, equitation section and library. This famous school of Bijapur also has a medical unit, which consists of eight beds among, which four are in the isolation units. The Sainik School has excellent teaching staffs. Tutors and house masters keep a strict vigil on the students performance.



Last Updated on 07 August 2012



     


     

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