These schools mould impressionable minds and build their character over years using modern educational technology. Children attain not just academic excellence but also develop their innate talents in artistic, cultural and physical spheres to become successful citizens.
These schools are funded partly or completely by the government and primarily cater for elementary and primary education. These schools are mostly English or Hindi medium and follow State or CBSE curriculum.
While abiding by the RTE act, these schools offer free and compulsory education, especially to poor children. They also motivate them to attend school by offering free mid-day meals, uniforms, and books.
The infrastructure in these schools is at almost at par with private schools. Hence parents prefer these schools to avoid high fees in private schools with the sloe aim of educating their children well enough to seek admission in reputed colleges and universities, or for job opportunities.
This is a satellite city of the capital but comes under the jurisdiction of Haryana state. This city has witnessed one of the fastest booms ever in real estate, MNCs, BPOs, and manufacturing industries.
With an influx of migrants and steady rise in the cost of real estate and living, many people having small earnings or those in unorganized work sector are unable to afford basic education for their children. Many are left with no choice but to admit their children in public schools since the gap between these and other private or international schools is very wide.
Study in Public Schools
These schools provide quality education, skill acquisition, value orientation and personalized attention. Teachers are well-trained and establish a personal rapport with the students to encourage them to continue learning.
These schools have amenities like art and music rooms, computers, auditoriums, labs and smart-classes where students participate in curricular and co-curricular activities.
Children are also encouraged to participate in social service, external examinations, and NCC. By working together with parents through periodical meets and inter-school exchange programs, these schools ensure constructive education.