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Author - Sakshi Padiyar | updated on 2021-07-15T10:17:05.000Z

SCHOOLS IN CHANDIGARH

For everyone, appropriate and quality education is critical. It promotes quality knowledge throughout one's life for individuals of all ages, castes, creeds, religions, and regions. It relates to the procedure of acquiring information, ideas, abilities, opinions, and ethical habits. Individuals should be more conscious of the value of information than they were previously. Development is vital for everyone to improve their knowledge, way of life, as well as their social and economic standing throughout their lives. Everyone's right to a proper education is protected by the law, and restricting it is a crime. Knowledge is the most effective means of overcoming all personal and social issues.

ABOUT CHANDIGARH

Chandigarh is an Indian city and union territory. The area, which is about 165 miles (265 kilometres) north of New Delhi, is bordered on the east by the state of Haryana and on all other sides by the state of Punjab. It is located on the Indo-Gangetic Plain, just southwest of the Siwalik Range (Shiwalik Range), between the Sukhna and Patiali rivers, which are seasonal hill torrents. The area is a flat and productive expanse of alluvial soils where wheat, corn (maize), and rice are grown in rural farms. Temperatures in the summer (April to June) can reach 50 degrees Celsius, while temperatures in the winter (November to February) can drop to the mid-2 degrees Celsius, with regular rain showers.

Chandigarh's territory includes the city of Chandigarh, many towns, and a number of neighbouring villages. The governor of Punjab, who is assisted by a senior official, is in charge of the territory's government; both are selected by the national government. The capital of the region as well as the states of Haryana and Punjab is Chandigarh. Chandigarh's name, which means "stronghold of the goddess Chandi," comes from the Chandi Mandir, a goddess-dedicated shrine near the village of Mani Majra. Chandigarh encompasses over half of the union area, thanks to its well-developed infrastructure and low population density. It is made up of over 50 rectangular sectors that are connected by wide streets that transport the city's incredibly quickly arterial traffic. The city's main government buildings are located in the northern section. The industrial regions are to the southeast, divided from the residential portions by a mango-tree-lined greenbelt. The administration and state government offices, and also some shopping centers, banks, and other offices, are all located in Sector 17, which is the city and district centre. The college, as well as colleges of engineering, architecture, Asian studies, and medicine, are all located in the west.

EDUCATION IN CHANDIGARH

The Indian government has taken a number of measures to reduce illiteracy and unemployment in the country. Good education has been shown to be one of the most effective ways to improve literacy and unemployment rates. Recently, there has been a shift in education policy with the goal of improving educational quality and lowering unemployment rates. Previously, the RTE Act had a substantial impact on literacy rates, which improved from 64.83 percent in 2001 to 74.04 percent in 2011. The Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD) has established the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) to assess educational institutions on a variety of criteria each year. The NIRF ranking 2020 for many categories has been announced, including overall, university, engineering, management, pharmacy, dental, architecture, medical, law, and college.

SCHOOLS IN CHANDIGARH

  • SHIVALIK PUBLIC SCHOOL
  • KUNDAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
  • SAUPINS SCHOOL
  • AJIT KARAM SINGH INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL
  • KIMBERLEY- THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
  • ST. STEPHENS SCHOOL
  • CHITKARA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
  • VIVEK HIGH SCHOOL
  • ST. KABIR PUBLIC SCHOOL
  • KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA
  • AIR FORCE SCHOOL
  • RYAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
  • STRAWBERRY FIELDS HIGH SCHOOL
  • DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL
  • BHAVAN VIDYALAYA
  • ST. ANNE'S CONVENT SCHOOL
  • SACRED HEART SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
  • ST. JOHNS HIGH SCHOOL
  • CARMEL CONVENT SCHOOL
  • D. A. V. PUBLIC SCHOOL