Jaisalmer Schools



Jaisalmer schools provide primary, secondary and higher-secondary education to the local inhabitants of Jaisalmer. There are almost 42 secondary and higher-secondary schools, 159 middle schools and 741 primary schools.

These schools of Jaisalmer provide quality education to their students. The schools are mostly located amidst urban locales. A large number of schools are being established in the rural sectors of Jaisalmer. Amar Shaheed Sagarmal Gopa Government Higher Secondary School and Air force Children School are some of the best schools in Jaisalmer. The children of Air force personnels study in the much respected institution, Air force Children School.

The board of education counsel has been doing a lot to better the infrastructure of the schools in Jaisalmer. The board members are trying to better the curriculum of secondary and higher secondary education. Jaisalmer schools are equipped with highly qualified teachers who not only educate the students but also build up their overall personality. These schools pay great attention to extra-curricular activities such as sports, dramatics and handicrafts.



Last Updated on 12/12/2011







     


     

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