BOYS SCHOOLS IN PUNE
The ''serene'' city of Pune is just two hours away from the hectic life of a mega-metropolis like Mumbai. A single visit will demonstrate that the ''place makes the people,'' not the other way around. Pune, which feels almost like a retreat, is all about living life to the fullest. Surrounded by lush vegetation, this teeny-tiny city is home to some of India''s most outstanding educational institutions. Pune is one of the most sought-after education locations in the country, thanks to its pleasant climate and easygoing culture. Pune, dubbed the "Oxford of the East," has become a popular educational destination for students worldwide. Pune is a famous tourist destination with a variety of natural and historical attractions. The city is easy to navigate, has vibrant nightlife, and is rich in art and history. Pune is home to some of India''s most striking and stunning buildings. Shaniwarwada, a stately fort built in 1732 and the seat of the Maratha Empire''s Peshwas, is an important historical site in the city. The Aga Khan Palace, built by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III in 1892, is another well-known site.
EDUCATION IN PUNE
Pune is also recognized as India''s center for "Japanese learning." It is home to one of the country''s most outstanding universities. The city has schools and institutions connected with practically all of the country''s significant boards, including Maharashtra, ICSE, CBSE, and the Higher Secondary Education Board of India. The University of Pune, founded in 1948, is one of the world''s most prominent universities. On the other hand, Pune is home to the National Defence Academy, College of Military Engineering, Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, and Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, to mention a few institutions.
BOYS SCHOOLS IN PUNE
● ST. VINCENTS''S SCHOOL
● THE BISHOP''S SCHOOL
● J.N. PETIT TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
● LOYOLA HIGH SCHOOL
● ST. JOSEPH''S BOYS HIGH SCHOOL
● M.E.S. BOYS SCHOOL
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT PUNE
Pune is India''s ninth most populous city and one of the top ten "Most Developed Cities" in terms of G.D.P. in 2016, as well as one of the fastest-growing cities in the Asia Pacific region. It has a substantial presence in the automobile industry and is working to solidify its status as India''s "Detroit." It was once known as "Pensioner''s Paradise," but it is now home to a slew of software and I.T. firms. The past and the present collide in Pune. It is one of the few towns in the world that has both a traditional and modern image: it is both a tradition-bound place - often regarded as the quintessence of Maharashtrian culture - and a modern industrial metropolis. Pune''s climate is quite pleasant. Summer lasts from early March to late July in this city. The days are bright and sunny, with a dry heat. Early mornings are lovely, while after six o''clock in the evenings are cool and breezy. Pune is located at an elevation of 559 metres on the leeward side of the Western Ghats (1863 ft.). Summers are hot, with maximum temperatures ranging from 35 to 42 degrees Celsius. Throughout Pune, April is the warmest month, whereas May is the warmest in the remainder of the Deccan Plateau. Because the sun can be harsh, causing skin tan and sunburn, sunscreen should always be carried and used. Due to its high altitude, Pune''s nights are much cooler than those in most other regions of the region. (JUST A FACT: Shaniwar Wada in Pune was a well-known palace of the Peshwa dynasty''s renowned emperors. In 1730, King Baji Rao built the Maratha Dynasty''s structure. In 1827, a large fire destroyed the Palace. Shaniwar Wada is a true representation of Maratha culture, with an architectural design that reflects Mughal influences as well as Maratha aesthetic forms.)