Schools in Gujarat



The Gujarat schools are institutions for learning. The aim of Gujarat schools is to educate each and every citizen of the state. School education forms the foundation of an individual's life. The Central Government and the State Governments of India are emphasizing on the universalization of elementary education in India. States like Gujarat have actively participated in the task. Programmes like the District Primary Education Programme have made primary education compulsory and free for all.

The different types of Gujarat schools are:

  • Residential schools
  • Boarding schools
  • Primary schools
  • Secondary schools
  • Government schools
The state follows a uniform pattern of school education i.e. the 10+2 system. The different stages of schools in Gujarat are:
  • Secondary School stage - classes I to VII
  • High School stage - classes VIII to X
  • Higher Secondary stage - classes XI-XII
The boards that the Gujarat schools are affiliated to are:
  • Gujarat State Secondary and Higher Secondary Board
  • Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
  • Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE)
Some of the leading schools of Gujarat are given below:
  • Airport School
    Sardar nagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
    Phone : 2864175

  • Ambuja High School
    Bapu nagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
    Phone : 2746692

  • Bhuddhav Sarawati Vidhyalay
    Bharuch-392001, Gujarat
    Phone: 62557

  • Ambe Vidyalay
    Vadorara ( Baroda ), Gujarat
    Phone : 782866

  • New Sun flower school
    Vadorara ( Baroda ), Gujarat
    Phone : 443271

  • Parvatidevi Vidyamandir School
    Jamnagar, Gujarat
    Phone : 678710

  • Sajuba Girls High School
    Jamnagar, Gujarat
    Phone :676923

  • G. T. Sheth English Medium School
    Rajkot, Gujarat
    Phone : 77779

  • Bright Land English High School
    Surat, Gujarat
    Phone : 423816



Last Updated on : 30 September 2011









     


     

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