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Schools in India

India has a long history in educational experiences, which greatly affected the level of schools and education in general there, and perhaps those many experiences are what made it one of the leading countries in the field of science and technology, India has many prestigious universities, especially institutes of technology, and despite the great economic disparity between its citizens and their suffering. From poverty and illiteracy, but it was able to attract a large number of students around the world, and our article today was devoted to talking about schools in India, to learn about the educational stages that the student goes through in India and what he receives from the sciences at every age, so follow us.

The academic stages in India:

India seeks to reach 100% of its educated citizens, and for that the government is providing all forms of support and one of the most important decisions taken by the government is to criminalize child labor and make education compulsory. Of great illiteracy, and the stages of education in general receive great attention from the beginning of the student's education at the primary stage to secondary school. As for the stages of education in India, they are as follows:

  • The incubation stage
  • Primary stage
  • Intermediate stage 
  • High school
  • Higher educational levels.

The incubation stage:

This stage is considered the introductory stage to teach the child communication skills in general in addition to writing and reading skills, and this stage is divided into two parts:

  1. The first incubation stage
  2. The higher incubation stage

Primary stage:

The child's admission to this stage begins at the age of five and continues until nine, and it consists of several consecutive classes, which are:

(First, second, third, fourth row).

Intermediate stage:

Students attend this stage from the age of nine to twelve, during which they pass 3 grades (the fifth, sixth, and seventh).

High school:

This stage starts from the age of twelve to fifteen and is studied in 3 grades (eighth, ninth, and tenth)

Higher educational stage:

The student studies for an additional two years in the preparatory stage of the university and that period helps you to choose the major you are studying at the university and the specializations are varied and the institutes of science and technology received a large number of students.

Private schools in India:

Private schools in India receive a normal acceptance because they are considered to be somewhat expensive and beyond the capabilities of many. The percentage of Indian students who enroll in private schools is about 29%, and this percentage is reasonable to a large extent. The percentage of students who attend private schools in cities is equal to the percentage of students in the countryside.

Raj Kumar School is the oldest private school in India, which receives a great turnout from students, whether they are from the upper or middle class, usually studying in private schools in the English language, but Hindi is the official language of the country and that the law requires all schools to teach it to all students.

Most of India's pre-school schools adopt the Montessori curriculum, thanks to Maria Montessori, who was in India for many years during World War I.

The most famous international private schools in India:

According to the statistics of 2015, there are approximately 410 international schools in India that provide special education for students, which is widely accepted due to the activities and skills development that distinguish these schools from public schools.

  • The International School of Bangalore
  • Canadian School
  • New Age High School
  • Greenwood International High School
  • Al Rayyan International Group of Establishments
  • OES International School

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