These schools aim to provide quality education in curricular and co-curricular spheres to develop every child’s capability and aptitude to the fullest extent and make them academically strong, compassionate, socially vigilant and life-long achievers in a niche of their choice.
These schools are funded by local, state or central government either wholly or partly. This explains why some public schools do not charge any fee while some charge a nominal fee.
These schools cater for economically backward people by motivating them to avail free and compulsory education for their children. Most public schools follow the State or CBSE curriculum and are either English or Hindi in their medium of instruction. Most parents prefer the former since it is often associated with better chances of higher education and job opportunities.
Many NGOs are trying to bridge gaps created by corruption, under-utilization of facilities, de-motivated staff and dissatisfied parents by experimenting and implementing innovative teaching methods. Schools also offer mid-day meals, free books and uniforms to overcome student absenteeism and encourage them to complete their education.
This is a satellite city of Delhi. It comes under Delhi-NCR but is in the state of Haryana and known as an industrial hub generating 60 percent of the state’s revenue. The fast growing manufacturing hub has attracted many migrants to this city who belong to different social and economic strata.
Owing to its proximity to the nation's capital, good network of rail and roadways and a fast growing population, this city has witnessed mushrooming of more businesses, public and private schools, colleges and universities.
Study in Public Schools
Apart from well-equipped classrooms, these schools have facilities for co-curricular activities like music and art rooms, computer labs, libraries, and auditorium. Teachers motivate students to excel in academics and other fields to produce well-rounded personalities.
Other activities like visits, out-station tours, participation in NCC, and other external examinations boost their self-confidence and knowledge.