COED SCHOOLS IN LUCKNOW
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh's capital, was once known as the Awadh area. Today, it serves as the administrative centre for the Lucknow District and Division. The city has traditionally been known as the 'City of Nawabs' or the 'City of Tehzeeb,' and it has always been a melting pot of civilizations. The Shia Nawabs of the city, who adored Persian, patronised the city's gorgeous spreading gardens, courteous attitudes, good cuisine, music, and poetry (Shayari). Other titles for the city have included The Constantinople of India, Shiraz-i-Hind, and the Golden City of the East.
Today, it is regarded as one of the country's most important cities, with new developments in industries such as retailing, manufacturing, and commerce. Lucknow has a distinct trait to offer its visitors: a wonderful blend of its historical traditions with the modern emergence of new-mannerisms. Its USP is the same. It is Uttar Pradesh's second largest city after Kanpur. Lucknow, known as the "Golden City of the East," has maintained its old-world beauty, which is a popular tourist attraction. In terms of mannerisms and culture, it is no exaggeration to declare Uttar Pradesh's capital one of the best cities in the country.
Lucknow's culture has a wonderful feel to it, combining complete elegance, warmth, politeness (etiquette), courtesy, and a high quality of living. Many of the city's cultural characteristics have become Tehzeeb landmarks. Dance, music, literature, Urdu poetry, and drama are all given a lot of attention here. The Nawabs of Awadh should be credited for this because they were interested in all aspects of life. They were perfectionists in whatever they did. The cuisine of Lucknow, commonly known as Awadhi cuisine, has a distinct Nawabi style. The biryanis, kebabs, and some breads are the main attractions (nahari-kulchas, roomali rotis and warqi parathas). Chikan and Lucknavi Zardozi are quite famous in Lucknow. Both of these types of Indian embroidery are elegant and delicate. The city's revenue is largely derived from the export of these valuable commodities. Both of these handcrafted embroideries are in high demand, not only in India but also in international markets.
EDUCATION IN UTTAR PRADESH
The government's new education policies and initiatives have helped to strengthen Uttar Pradesh's educational system. Because of the establishment of schools and higher education institutions, the state's literacy rate increased from 56.27 percent in 2001 to 67.68 percent in 2011. According to Census 2011, the state's male and female literacy rates are 78.73 percent and 59.24 percent, respectively. Each district in Uttar Pradesh has a different literacy rate. The most literate districts in the state are Gautam Budh Nagar, Kanpur Nagar, Auraiya, Etawah, and Ghaziabad.
The government or private organisations run schools in Uttar Pradesh. Higher education is followed by a 5+3+3+4 system in the state. There are almost 9000 schools separated into three levels: primary, secondary, and senior secondary. The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP), the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), and the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations are connected with the majority of schools in the state (CISCE).
Uttar Pradesh has become one of India's education hubs, with 63 institutions and over 1000 colleges. Two IITs in Kanpur and Varanasi, an IIM in Lucknow, an NIT, and a IIIT in Allahabad are among the state's prominent institutions. Six state universities are ranked in the bottom 100 by NIRF 2020, with Banaras Hindu University coming in third.
COED SCHOOLS IN LUCKNOW
- MOUNT CARMEL
- MONTFORT INTER COLLEGE
- DPS ELDECO
- LUCKNOW PUBLIC SCHOOL, SOUTH CITY
- G. D. GOENKA PUBLIC SCHOOL
- STUDY HALL
- SPRING DALE SCHOOL GOMTI NAGAR
- CHRIST CHURCH COLLEGE
- LUCKNOW PUBLIC SCHOOL, RAJAJIPURAM
- SCHOLARS HOME
- JAGRAN PUBLIC SCHOOL
- CATHEDRAL SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
- C M S ALIGANJ
- SETH M R JAIPURIA SCHOOL
- C M S GOMTINAGAR