Sri P V Modi School, Rajkot

Sri P V Modi School, Rajkot is one of the best educational institutions in the Gujarati city. Established in the year 1999, Sri P V Modi School, Rajkot includes pre- primary, secondary and higher secondary classes.
Set in a ventilated atmosphere, Sri P V Modi School, Rajkot offers the perfect blend of education and extra- curricular activities.

Dr. R. P. Modi is the founder and the trustee of the school and it is after him that the Sri P V Modi School, Rajkot has been named. Well aware of the educational necessities of the students, the Sri P V Modi School, Rajkot has well equipped laboratory, libraries and fields for extra curricular activities.

Educational procedure at the Sri P V Modi School, Rajkot are formulated according to the needs of the students. In the pre- primary and primary sections, special care is taken to provide an all round guidance to the students. Basic education is twined with games and activities to make learning, interesting for them. The procedure is completely different with the Secondary and Higher Secondary classes. In the higher classes emphasis is laid on the educational curriculum and examination. There are regular evaluation of students which helps to maintain a progress level.

Keeping in mind the need of recreation of the students, Sri P V Modi School, Rajkot organizes different kinds of activities for the students, these include:
  • Cultural Programs
  • Festival celebrations
  • Tours and Picnics
  • Sports Activities
Last Updated on : March 25, 2016

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