Schools of Imphal



Schools of Imphal have witnessed a great development in the recent years, with the support from the Indian Government. In the last few years the rate of dropouts from the schools in Imphal has decreased noticeably.

Popular Schools of Imphal



  • Lamboi Khongnangkhong
  • Sainik School
  • St. Joseph’s School
  • Rajkumari Sanatombi Devi
  • Little Rose higher Secondary School

    Imphal Education is blessed with Montessori schools, private schools, convent schools and Government schools. The schools look after the children for their complete growth and development.

    Sainik School is one of the popular English medium schools in Imphal. Kendriya Vidyalaya is one of the well-known CBSE English medium schools in this city of Manipur, which follows a national curriculum. Most of the Imphal schools are co-educational.



    Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012

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