Chittaurgarh Education

The various schools and colleges of the city cater to Chittaurgarh education. The schools and colleges of the city have developed the curriculum that ensures the all-round development of a student's personality.

The schools in Chittaurgarh emphasize on the extra curricular activities along with the academic curriculum. The extra curricular activities of the students inculcate a spirit of participation and acknowledgment of the opponent's potential.

There are residential, public and convent schools in the city of Chittaurgarh. Some of the schools of the city are listed below:

  • Sainik School, Chittorgarh
  • Central Academy School
  • Aditya Birla Public School (DPS)
  • Birla Shiksha Kendra
  • Sr. Secondary School Senthi
  • Government Sr. Higher Secondary School for Boys
  • Saint Paul School
  • Hind Zinc School
  • Chittor Public School
  • Gadiya Lohar School
  • Shishughar Shala Higher Primary School
  • Vidhya Niketan School
  • Vidhya Vihar Public School
The colleges in Chittaurgarh cater the higher educational requirements of the people of the city. Most of the eminent colleges of the city are run by the Government. Some of the colleges of the city are listed below:
  • Govt. Polytechnic College
  • Maharana Pratap Govt. College
  • Sanwarjit Govt. Girls College
Education in Chittaurgarh has come up a long way with the growth and development of the city.



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