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A boarding school is a school where almost all the students take up Hostel during the session. The students reside in a combined campus where Academic Block & Hostel Block is inside the campus. And get all facilities like lodging, boarding, schooling and meals.
CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) schools were established in 1952. with a key responsibility to maintain the quality of education. And provide a guideline for academic activities to provide stress-free, child centred and holistic education to all children.
Day care is generally a place where small age children’s are sent before they start going to pre school. The Day Care schools are also known as daycare, child day care, or childcare. Where Care Taker provides all meals during the stay of child.
Government Schools are run by the Central Government or state governments and are totally financed by the government. The number of schools owned by the central/state governments is almost double the schools managed by others stack holders taken together.
IB Schools or International Baccalaureate offers international four education programmes i.e PYP – Primary Years Programme, MYP – Middle Years Programme, DP – Diploma Programme, CP – Career-related Programme.
ISCE – The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations was set up to replace the overseas Cambridge School Certificate Examination by an All India Examination. The CISCE conducts three major exams, And those are the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE –Class X), The Indian School Certificate (ISC –…
A play school is an informal type of school where children’s of early age learn things by playing. basically, they practice of schooling before they join formal schools.
PreSchool is defining itself from the word “Pre-School” means the schools which prepare the child before he goes to the formal schools. In general, these schools are up to UKG. LKG/UKG is also called as Lower/Upper Kindergarten (KG) stages.