S N Kansagra Group of Schools

S N Kansagra Group of Schools are the fastest growing family of schools in Rajkot which has, over the years made a significant position for itself. The S N Kansagra Group of Schools in Rajkot includes four different schools under its umbrella, they are:
  • M V Dhulashia School
  • K J Bhalodia Pre-Primary
  • S N Kansagra Girls School
  • S N Kansagra Boys School
The total student strength of the S N Kansagra Group of Schools in Rajkot is more than 5000 and an additional 650 students join the institution every year. The high point of the S N Kansagra Group of Schools is the combination of quality and quantity that it has maintained over the years.

In order to better the quality of education at the S N Kansagra Group of Schools, the authorities have planned to identify a group of potential teachers and then provide them with special training. This, as the authorities of the S N Kansagra Group of Schools expect is sure to raise the competence level of education at the S N Kansagra Group of Schools.

Last Updated on : March 28, 2016


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