Education in Surat

Education in Surat has received a new impetus and grown to incorporate more educational programs that benefit the students of the region. The government has made continuous efforts to promote education in the city of Surat and has succeeded immensely in its attempts. The city has achieved a high rate of literacy. Schools and colleges imparting knowledge in different streams are present in the city of Surat.

The objective of the government was to impart thorough and true knowledge to the students of Surat. Realizing the necessity of primary education in Surat, the government has established primary schools and educational institutes that take great care in imparting the basic education to the students. Primary education has been made compulsory for the student in Surat.

There are several private and government secondary and higher educational institutes in the region of Surat as well. The schools lay emphasis on the education of students in all streams. The medium of education in the schools of Surat are in Gujarati and English.

Colleges of Surat impart knowledge in the different streams of humanities, science and commerce. The city is well furnished with technical and law colleges as well.

The schools and educational institutes of Surat have realized the need of thorough development of the students and has thus inculcated extra curricular activities in the school and college educational curriculum. The students of the region are known for their active participation in the intra school competitions that are held in the state of Gujarat. The education in Surat has produced proficient students who perform exceptionally in the fields they pursue.

Last Updated on : February 10, 2016


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