Education in Jaisalmer



In order to spread education in Jaisalmer many primary schools, government owned colleges and private institutes have been set up. These institutes cater to each and every need of their students. Education is playing a major role in uplifting the standard of the Jaisalmer society. Educational institutes in Jaisalmer are growing in number. The government is taking serious initiatives to improve education in Jaisalmer.

The colleges of Jaisalmer are grooming up the students according to the requirement of the industries. A wide plethora of professional courses are taught in these colleges. These institutes are known to provide a well-rounded education to the students. The college of Shri Sangidass Bal Krishnan is one of the most renowned colleges in the golden city of Jaisalmer.

The schools in Jaisalmer which provide secondary and higher secondary education inculcate within the students good humanitarian qualities. Along with providing good education the schools shape up the entire personality of each and every individual. A lot of emphasis is given to co-curricular activities such as sports, social work, art and craft.

The literacy rate has increased manifold in the recent years. Educational programs are being conducted in the rural regions of Jaisalmer. Primary schools providing basic education are being largely set up in the villages of Jaislamer. NGO workers are penetrating in the remote regions of Jaisalmer and are providing basic education to the indigenous groups.



Last Updated on 12/12/2011







     


     

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