These schools aim at the intellectual, social and emotional development; mental and physical health; and social adjustments of children in order to blossom a well-rounded personality. Students are developed into useful members of the society with the right attitude to face challenges in our competitive environment.
The schools follow a State, CBSE or ICSE curriculum. The grant for these schools comes from the state, central or local government fully or partly. The staff and head of these institutions are selected and appointed by the government.
Students can seek admission for free or by nominal fee- payment in these schools according to the ‘Right to Education’ act. Children of parents who are located in remote areas where other schools are unavailable, from low-income groups or those who face language problem in private schools opt for admission in these schools.
since the English language is often associated with brighter chances in higher education and job opportunities, most of these schools have adopted English as their medium of instruction while retaining vernacular language for explanations the need maybe.
The 'City of Pearls' is home to people from different religions, cultures, and languages. The unorganized work force contributes to approximately 30 percent of the city’s labor force. It boasts of an array of educational institutes catering to a wide spectrum of people.
In sync with the RTE act, some private and semi-aided schools have commenced lottery system for admission to avoid preferential treatments and also reserved a certain number of seats for the underprivileged students whose expenses are undertaken by the government.
Study in Public Schools
Qualified teachers integrate knowledge with life. Students participate in co-curricular activity clubs like science, literary, arts, dramatics and music for holistic development.
Students are encouraged to participate in skill tests conducted by organizations like NTSE and Math-Olympiad. They are exposed to groups like NCC, Scouts, and Guides and taken on tours to sites of cultural, scientific and national interest to improve their knowledge.