Manali Private Schools



As the name indicates, Manali private schools are those schools that are not managed or funded by the Government of Himachal Pradesh or the Government of India. Therefore, the private schools in Manali hold the authority to select candidates according to the principles set by them.


The private schools in Manali are entirely financed through the fees raised from the parents who admit their wards in the particular academic institutions. A number of these educational institutes are financed to a certain extent by private trust set up to honor a luminary. Spiritual associations and private bodies have set up a number of private schools in Manali as well.
The private organizations operating the private schools in Manali are not self-governing in nature when it comes to choose the curriculum. These private schools should be affiliated and has to comply with an accredited board of education in India. In addition, the students of these schools have to appear for the board exams that are conducted both at the national level or state level. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBSE) have the responsibility of conducting the secondary and senior secondary exams in the Manali private schools.
Manali private schools are known for imparting high quality education at the elementary level. The standard of academics is substantially high, making them top ranking schools in the country. The fees charged by these schools are higher than that of the public or government schools. Nonetheless, their fame draws a considerable number of candidates in Manali from all over the place. Manali private schools put particular focus on the well-rounded improvement of the students. Extracurricular and co-curricular pursuits are given particular importance in these educational institutes.

List of Private Schools in Manali



Given below is a list of the private schools in Manali along with their addresses:

Name of the SchoolContact Address
Delhi Public School CBSE Co-Education Medium of Instruction: English Second Language: HindiDuffdun, Hadimba Road Manali, Manali, 175131 Himachal Pradesh Tel: 190-2253500 , 252544
Day Star School ICSE Board Classes - Nursery till XthManali, Himachal Pradesh, 175 131 Tel: 01902-252100, 01902-252836 Email: daystar1@sancharnet.in
Duff Dun Public School Classes - Per-nursery till VIIthHadimba Road, Manali, Kullu (Himachal Pradesh)
Central School for Tibetans Classes - K.G. till VIIIthPost Box No.13, P.O. Manali
D.A.V Public School Classes - Nursery till XthRangri, Manali - 175131, Kullu (Himachal Pradesh)
St. Xavier's Residential School Board: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)Kot P.O. Chunahan, Teh Sadar, Manali - 175027, Himachal Pradesh, India Tel: 01905 24436
Manali Model School Bhajogi, Manali, Kullu 175131, Himachal Pradesh, India Tel: +919 816812410 Email: rajumanali12@gmail.com




Last Updated on 20 March 2012



     


     

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