BOYS SCHOOL IN AMBALA
Almost 40 kilometers away from Chandigarh, Ambala is a city in the north part of the state of Haryana. It is one of the biggest trading centers of sugar, grain, and cotton which is connected to Amritsar (Punjab) and South Delhi via railways and roadways. The rail tracks connected to the city also lead to Shimla, Kalka, Chandigarh, and Saharanpur.
The city has many flourishing industries of flour milling, cotton, food processing, etc. The city has famous handicraft businesses of bamboo and cloth weaving. The city has mostly fertile alluvial soil where major crops like chickpeas, sugarcane, cotton, groundnuts (peanuts), mangoes, etc. are grown for economic purposes. The city also comprises one of the biggest military cant areas of India towards its southeast. There are many colleges in Ambala which have been affiliated with the Kurukshetra University.
CLIMATE OF AMBALA
The city of Ambala has a tropical and semi-arid climate. It faces very hot summers and bone-chilling cold during winter. The hottest months of the year are May and June when the temperature hits over 48°C. The winter temperature can decrease up to 1°C. The city is quite close to the Thar desert and far from the sea-coasts which makes the city less rainfall than the rest of the country. It is the most rained area of Haryana with an average rainfall of 118 centimeters per year.
LIST OF ALL-BOYS SCHOOLS IN AMBALA
- Government Primary School
- Government Primary School Balana
- Government Primary School Bhanokheri
- Government Primary School Duliani
- Government Primary School For Boys Mohra
- Government Primary School Jalbera
- Government Primary School Kakkar Majra
- Government Primary School Mullana
- Government Primary School Naraingarh
- Government Primary School Panjokhra
- Government Primary School Saha
- Government Primary School Shahpur
- Government Primary School Tundla
- Government Primary School Ugala
- Government Senior Secondary School Naraingarh
- Madarsa Zeenat-Ul-Uloom
EDUCATION IN AMBALA
Ambala has many reputed schools and colleges. The schools are run by the government or private organizations. The schools are affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, Indian Certificate of Secondary Education, New Delhi, or the state board of Haryana. There are many international schools in Ambala as well.
A few of the renowned colleges of Ambala are E-Max School of Engineering and Applied Research, Shri Atmanand Jain Institute of Management and Technology, Government Polytechnic College, Convent of Jesus and Mary, Sanatan Dharma College, Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Sadopur, and Philadelphia Hospital & School of Nursing.
The boys' school in Ambala has well-ventilated and bright rooms. The classrooms have sufficient benches for the students which are really comfortable to sit in to increase their productivity. The schools aim to develop their students into well-behaved, mature and responsible citizens of India. They have highly educated faculties and well-trained staff. The schools have drinking water facilities, washrooms, staff room etc. As many are government schools, the students have the amenity of mid-day meals' where the students are provided with lunch free of cost. Many students eat their lunches in the school while those who don't receive the rebate money.
The schools have separate laboratories for physics, chemistry and biology. The computer room has enough computer sets for the students where they can enhance their software skills. There are huge playgrounds where the boys can practice their favorite sport, be it cricket, football, hockey, etc. The schools also have assembly areas or prayer halls where students gather in the morning, before meals, and after classes to pray and thank God. Many other extra-curricular activities are also encouraged. These are martial arts, singing, dancing, art and craft, creative writing, etc. Many schools have in-built auditoriums as well.