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Revolutionary Activities in India during the British Rule

Revolutionary Activities

The Revolutionaries movements of the Indian Freedom struggle Movement include underground revolutionary activities as well. The groups of revolutionary movements were mainly located in Bengal, Maharashtra, Bihar, the United Provinces, and Punjab provinces.

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NO Year Event Persons Remark
1 1897 Chapekar brothers ·       Damodar, Balkrishna

·       Vasudev Chapekar

·       Shot at WC Rand, Chairman of the Special Plague Committee

·       They were against the atrocities committed by the British during the Plague epidemic in Pune.

·       In order to curb the spread of epidemics, the government ended up harassing Indian and taking extreme measures.

·       The Chapekar brothers were hanged

2 1908 Muzaffarpur Conspiracy Case(Alipore Bomb Case) ·       conspiracy by Khudiram Bose and Praffula Chaki

·       Later on, Khudiram Bose was arrested by the Indian British police officer Nandalal Banerjee, who was later shot dead by Narendranath Banerjee.

·       Wanted to kill the Chief Presidency Magistrate DH Kingsford of Muzaffarpur.

·       They threw bombs on a vehicle of DH Kingsford but he escaped the attack and unfortunately, two British women were killed.

·       Prafulla Chaki committed suicide when he was about to be arrested by the Police.

·       Khudiram Bose was the youngest Indian who was hanged by the British.

3 1909 Curzon Wyllie’s assassination Madan Lal Dhingra in the evening of 1 July 1909.(India House Member) ·       India House in London was formed by Shyamji Krishna Verma and V.D. Savarkar.

·       Indian House in New York by Barkatullah and S.L. Joshi

4 1912 Delhi Lahore Conspiracy Case Led by Rash Bihari Bose and Sachin Chandra Sanyal. ·       Assassination attempted on Lord Hardinge, the then Viceroy of India.

·       On the occasion of the transfer of British capital from Calcutta to Delhi, a bomb wasthrown into the viceroy’s carriage.

·        Lord Hardinge was injured and an Indian attendant was killed

5  1913 The Ghadar Movement Lala Hardayal ·       This movement was intensified because of the Komagata Maru incident.
6 1925 Kakori Conspiracy Case  

·       Death sentences were awarded to: Ram Prasad Bismil Ashfaqullah Khan,Thakur Roshan Singh, Rajendra Lahiri

·       Deportation to Cellular Jail in Port Blair, Andaman & Nicobar Islands: Sachindra Bakshi ,Shachindra Nath Sanyal)

·       Train robbery against the British Indian Government.

·       It was organized by Hindustan Republican Association (HRA)

·       Chandrashekhar Azad who could not be captured reorganized the HRA and ran the organization till 1931.

·       He shot himself after being grievously injured and down to his last bullet at  handrashekhar Azad Park (then known as Alfred Park) in a shootout with the police on 27 February 1931

7 1929 Central Assembly Bomb Case ·       Bhagat Singh

·       Battukeswar Dutt

·       The trial started in May 1929.

·       Lawyer Asaf Ali represented Dutt while Singh defended himself during the trial.

·       In the meantime, the case of the murder of ASP John Saunders was linked to Bhagat Singh who was then charged in that case as well.

·       He, along with Rajguru and Sukhdev Thapar, was executed for the murder case on 23 March 1931.

·       Batukeswar dutt died in 1965 after a prolonged illness.

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April 18, 1930 Chittagong armory in Bengal ·       Surya Sen

·       Ganesh Ghosh

·       Lokenath Bal

·       Nirmal Sen

·       Ambika Chakrobarty

·       Naresh Roy

·       Sasanka Datta

·       Ardhendu Dastidar

·       Harigopal Bal

·       Tarakeswar Dastidar

·       Ananta Singh

·       Jiban GhoshalAnand Gupta

·       Pritilata Waddedar and Kalpana Dutta.

·       Planned to capture the two main armories in Chittagong and then demolish the Telegraph and telephone office.

·       It was to be followed by the assassination of Europeans.

·       In February 1933, Surya Sen was arrested by the Police because of a tip off.

·       He was trailed and hanged in the January 1934.

 

 

Name of Organisation Year of
Formation
Affected Area Founders/Associated members
Mitra Mela 1899 Nasik, Bombay and
Poona region
Savarkar and his brother
Anushilan Samiti 1902 Bengal region Promodha Mitter,
Jatindranath
Banerjee, Barindra Kumar
Ghosh and others.
Abhinav Bharat/ Young
India Society (Mitra
mela merged into this)
1904 Nasik, Bombay and
Poona region
Savarkar and his brother
Swadesh Bandhab
Samiti
1905 Bengal region Ashwini Kumar Dutta
Indian Home Rule
Society
1905 London Shyamji Krishna Varma
Indian Independence
League
1907 California (USA) Taraknath Das
Gadar Party 1913 USA & Canada (North
America)
Lala Hardayal
Jugantar Party Active during
the first World
War
Bengal region Aurobindo Ghosh, Barin
Ghosh and Jatindranath
Mukherjee or Bagha Jatin
Berlin Committee for
Indian Independence
1915 Berlin Virendranath
Chattopadhyay,
Bhupendranath Dutta, Lala
Hardayal and others with the
help
of the German foreign office
Bharat Naujawan Sabha 1926 Lahore Bhagat Singh
Hindustan Socialist
Republican Association
Army (HSRA)
1928 New Delhi Chandrasekhar Azad,
Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev
Thapar

 

People’s Participation in the Movement and the Sense of Collective Belonging:NCERT History

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Sex Determination In Human Beings Explained

Sex Determination in Human Beings 

  • A person can have a male sex or a female sex.
  • The process by which the sex of a person is determined is called sex determination.
  • Genetics is involved in the determination of the sex of a person.
  • The chromosomes which determine the sex of a person are called sex chromosomes.
  • There are two types of sex chromosomes, one is called X chromosome and the other is called Y chromosome.
  • Somatic cells in human beings contain 23 pairs of chromosomes.
  • Out of them the 23rd pair is composed of different types of chromosomes which are named as X and Y chromosomes.

Heredity Evolution,Speciation Notes on Science For Class 10th

  • The 23rd pair contains one X and one Y chromosome in a male.
  • On the other hand, the 23rd pair in a female contains X chromosomes.
  • This means that all the eggs would have X chromosome as the 23rd chromosome,
  • While a sperm may have either X or Y chromosome as the 23rd chromosome.
  • When a sperm with a chromosome fertilizes the egg.
  • The resulting zygote would develop into a female child.
  • When a sperm with Y chromosome fertilizes the egg, the resulting Zygote would develop into a male child

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Control And Coordination Notes For Class 10th Science

Control and coordination

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT

Animal – nervous system

  • what is nervous system
  • structure and function of neurons
  • reflex arc: definition, component, location, function, examples

Human brain

  • difference between central nervous system and peripheral nervous system
  • brain: different parts, functions of different part of brain

Coordination in plants

  • introduction
  • Definition with examples of different terms used in plants movement
  • Plant hormones- types and functions
  • Hormones in animals

Nervous system-:

  • Coordination is the process through which two or more organs interact and complement the functions of one another.
  • The neural system of all the animals is composed of specialized cells called neurons which can detect, receive and transmit different kinds of stimuli through electrical impulses from one part of body to another.
  • A neuron is a microscopic structure composed of three major parts-

Cell body- it is the spherical part contain nucleus and connect to dendrites on upper side and to axon to the down side.

Dendrites- they receive the stimulus and generate the electrical impulse.

Axon- impulse travel through dendrite to the cell body then axon fragment to its end. At the end of axon, the electrical impulse releases some chemicals.

These chemicals cross the synapse, and start a similar electrical impulse in the dendrite of the next neuron.

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NOTE- SYNAPSE IS A JUNCTION BETWEEN TWO NERVE CELL, CONSISTING OF A MINUTE GAP ACROSS WHICH IMPULSES PASS BY DIFFUSION OF A NEUROTRANSMITTER.

REFLEX ACTIONS

  • The process of detecting the signals or the input and responding to it by an output action might be quickly. Such a connection is commonly called a reflex arc.
  • Reflex arc are formed in spinal cord .
  • Reflex arc evolved in animal because the thinking process of brain is not fast enough

Component of reflex pathway

  1. Receptor organ -which get the stimulus ex heat, pain, cold, electric current
  2. Sensory neurons- receives signal from receptor organ and transmit the impulse to spinal cord.
  3. Relay neuron-connecting neuron and it transmit the signal from sensory neuron to motor neuron.
  4. Motor neuron- carries the signal or response from spinal cord to the receptor organ.

EXAMPLES of reflex action-

  1. Pulled back of hand from the flame
  2. Watering of mouth by reflex when we are hungry
  3. Sudden close of eye when an abject reaches your eye.
  4. Removal of your hand from sharp object.
  5. Change in Size of pupil in reflex to light.

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HUMAN BRAIN

  • Brain is the main coordinating centre of the body.
  • The brain and spinal cord constitute the central nervous system.
  • They receive information from all parts of the body and integrate it.
Central nervous system(CNS) Peripheral nervous system(PNS)
It include brain and spinal cord It includes all the nerves associated with CNS
It is site of information processing and control They help in communication between CNS and other part of body

 

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PARTS OF BRAIN AND THEIR FUNCTIONS:-

FORE BRAIN-

  • it is main thinking part of brain
  • Fore brain consist of cerebrum, thalamus, and hypothalamus
  • It has regions which receive sensory impulses from various receptors.
  • Association area in the brain is responsible for complex functions like memory, communication and interpreting the sensory information with the information from other receptor as well as with information already stored in brain.
  • Fore brain control body temperature, urge of eating and drinking etc.

MID BRAIN-

  • Many involuntary actions are controlled by mid brain and hind brain.
  • Example-it control reflex movement of head, neck, and trunk in response to visual and auditory stimuli.
  • It controls the reflex movements of the eye muscles, changes in pupil size and shape of the eye lens.
  • Mid brain and hind brain form the brain stem.

HIND BRAIN-

  • it consists of Pons, cerebellum and medulla oblongata.
  • Hind brain control number of involuntary actions like-
  • Blood pressure, salivation, vomiting, respiration they are mainly regulated by medulla
  • Balance of body, speech and muscular activity are mainly regulated by cerebellum.

NOTE- BRAIN IS PROTECTED BY SKULL INSIDE OF SKULL IT CONTAIN CEREBRO SPINAL FLUID (CSF) WHICH PROTECT BRAIN FROM JERK AND SHOCK.WHILE SPINAL CORD IS PROTECTED BY VERTEBRALCOLUMN.

COORDINATION IN PLANTS-

  • Plants have neither nervous system nor muscles.
  • So plants hormones and electro-chemical communication play a major role in their coordination.
  • Plants show two different types of movements- one dependent on the growth and other independent of growth.
  • Growth independent type of movement (nastic movement) include electrical-chemical means of communication from cell to cell, in response to stimulus plant cells change shape by changing in the amount of water in them, resulting in swelling or shrinking.

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Example- shrinking of leaves when touching the sensitive plant like shame plant (mimosa pudica).

Note-

  • SEISMONASTIC MOVEMENTS- MOVEMENTS OR ORIENTATION IN RESPONSE TO TOUCH .
  • THESE MOVEMENTS ARE VERY QUICK AND BEST SEEN IN ‘TOUCH-ME-NOT’ PLANT.
  • Movement due to growth( tropic movement) includes various type of plant movement in response to environmental triggers such as light, gravity, water etc. These directional movements (tropic) can be either towards the stimulus, or away from it.
  1. POSITIVE GEOTROPIC– movement of plant part toward the gravity. Example – roots
  2. NEGATIVE GEOTROPIC– movement of plant part against the direction of gravity. Examples-stem

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  1. POSITIVE PHOTOTROPIC – movement of plant part towards the direction of light. Example-sunflower
  2. NEGATIVE PHOTOTROPIC– movement of plant part against the direction of light. Example-roots

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CHEMOTROPISM- movement of plant part navigated by chemical stimulus. Example- growth of pollen tubes towards ovules.

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HYDROTROPISM movement of plant part towards or away the moisture.

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If movement is towards the moisture it is known as positive hydrotropism and if movement is away the moisture it is known as negative hydrotropism.

PLANT HORMONES

  • HORMONES are the chemical compounds synthesized and released by plants all around the original cells.
  • If the surrounding cells have the means to detect this chemical compound, then they would be able to recognize information, and even transmit it.
  • This is slower method of coordination, but it can potentially reach all the cell of the body.
  • Plant hormones help to coordinate growth, development and responses to environment.

TYPES OF PLANT HORMONES

AUXIN

  • Sunlight stimulates the synthesis of auxin at the shoot tip.
  • Auxin helps in growth of stem.
  • Auxin concentrated at the shady part of shoot and stimulates cell growth in this region and cause bending of tip towards light.
  • Auxin promotes flowering ex in pineapple
  • Auxins are widely used as herbicides.

GIBERLLINS

  • It promotes stem growth.
  • It elongates and improves the shape of apple
  • It promotes early seed production
  • It delays senescence (plant aging).

CYTOKININS

  • IT promotes cell division.
  • They are present in greater concentration in areas of rapid cell division such as fruits and seeds.
  • It helps to produce new leaves.
  • It delays leaf senescence.

 ABSCISIC ACID

  • IT inhibits the plant growth.
  • It promotes wilting of leaves.
  • It is also known as stress hormone.
  • It stimulates the closure of stomata to increase the tolerance of plants in stress conditions.

EHTYLENE

  • It promotes ripening of and growth of fruits.
  • It promotes yellowing and senescence of leaves.
  • It helps in breaking the dormancy in buds and seeds.
  • It stimulates the formation of separation layer in leaves, flowers and fruits.

HORMONES IN HUMAN

  • HORMONES are chemical compound produced by endocrine gland and released into the blood and transported to different target organs.
  • The timing and amount of hormones released regulated by feedback mechanism of human body.
  • Release of hormones is regulated by hypothalamus.

HORMONE

FUNCTIONS ENDOCRINE GLAND
GROWTH HORMONE It is secreted by pituitary. Regulate growth of bones and all organs. PITUITARY GLAND
PROLACTIN Synthesizing milk during pregnancy. PITUITARY GLAND
GONADOTROPINS

  • FOLLICLE STIMULATING HORMONE(FSH)
  • LUTEINISING HORMONE(LH)
Gametes formation.

-It stimulates the follicle cells in the ovaries to develop into mature eggs.

PITUITARY GLAND
-In male it stimulates secretion of male hormone, TESTOSTERONE. In females, it stimulates the secretion of OESTROGEN and PROGESTERONE.
THYROID HORMONE

(THYROXINE)

(TRIIODOTHYRONONE)

It controls the growth and functioning of the THYROID GLAND.

Regulate metabolism of fat, protein and carbohydrate.

Maintain balanced growth of body.

PITUITATRY GLAND
INSULIN Reduce blood glucose level. PANCREAS
GLUCAGON Increases the blood glucose level. PANCREAS
ANDROGEN Regulate changes during puberty in males like facial hair growth, low pitch voice, TESTES
ESTROGEN AND PROGESTEREON Regulate changes during puberty in females such as growth of uterus, fallopian tube, growth of breasts etc. OVARIES
ADRENALINE

NORADRENALINE

Both these hormones together control emotions, fear, anger, blood pressure, heart beat, respiration and relaxation of smooth muscles. ADRENAL MEDULLA
GLUCOCORTICOIDS Regulate the metabolism of protein, fat and carbohydrates in the body. ADRENAL CORTEX(KIDNEY)
MINERALOCORTICOIDS

(ALDOSTERONE)

Regulate minerals and water balance in the body ADRENAL CORTEX(KIDNEY)
MELANOTONIN Regulate sleep cycle( circadian rhythm) PINEAL GLAND

 

PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTION FROM NCERT

QUE 1- NAME THE HORMONES SECRETED BY THE FOLLOWING ENDOCRINE GLANDS AND SPECIFY ONE FUNCTION OF EACH:

  1. Thyroid C) Pancreas
  2. Pituitary

ANSWER- A) thyroid gland releases thyroxin hormone. It regulates the metabolism and blood pressure of body.

B) Pituitary gland releases growth hormone. It helps the bones and all other body organs to grow properly.

C) Pancreas secreted insulin. It helps in maintaining blood glucose level.

QUE 2- NAME THE ORGAN THAT PRODUCE SPERMS AS WELL AS SECRET A HORMONE IN HUMAN MALES. NAME THE HORMONE AND WRITE ITS FUNCTIONS?

ANSWER- Testis produces sperm and secreted testosterone hormone. Their important functions are as follows:

I) it stimulates sperm production

ii) It stimulate to develop secondary sexual characters in males like growth of facial hairs, low pitch voice etc.

iii) It stimulate the development, maturation and functioning of male accessory sex organs like vas deferens and seminal vesicles.

QUE 3- NAME THE PLANT HORMONES RESPONSIBLE FOR FOLLOWING ACTION:

I) GROWTH OF STEM

II) PROMOTES CELL DEVISION

III) WILTING OF LEAVES

IV) INHIBIT GROWTH

ANSWER- I) auxin and gibberellins

ii) Cytokinin

iii) abscisic acid

iv) abscisic acid

QUE 4- NAME ONE PLANT HORMONE WHICH INHIBITS GROWTH. WRITE IT’S ONE MORE FUNCTION.

ANSWER- abscisic acid is plant hormone which inhibits the plant growth. Its other functions include

I) it promotes the dormancy in seeds and buds.

ii) It promotes closing of stomata.

QUE5- MENTION THREE CHARACTERISTICS FEATURES OF HORMONAL SECRETION IN HUMAN BEINGS.

ANSWER- i) endocrine system releases the hormones in blood.

ii) Timing and quantity of hormone secretion is regulated by feedback mechanism of body.

iii) The working of endocrine gland is controlled by nervous system. The hormones produced by the endocrine system act as messengers between the nervous system and the organs of the body.

QUE 5- A) WRITE THREE MAIN FUNCTIONS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.

B) IN THE ABSENCE OF MUSCLE CELLS, HOW DO PLANT CELLS SHOWS MOVEMENT?

ANSWER- a) main function of nervous system are-

  • Coordinates the different activities of the body
  • Help all other system of body to work together.
  • The nervous system of all the animals is composed of specialized cells called neurons which can detect, receive and transmit different kind of stimulus.

b) The movement of any part of plant body is due to change in shape of plant cells.

Plant maintains their coordination by electro-chemical communication and by plant hormones.

Plant hormones help in growth, development and response to environment stimuli.

 

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Electromagnetic Waves ,Wavelength and Frequency Explained

Wave Length – The Minimum Distance in which a wave repeats itself is called its wavelength

  • At the time Maxwell predicted the existence of electromagnetic waves, the
    only familiar electromagnetic waves were the visible light waves.
  • The existence of ultraviolet and infrared waves was barely established.
  • By the end of the nineteenth century, X-rays and gamma rays had also been discovered.
  • electromagnetic waves include visible light waves, X-rays, gamma rays, radio waves, microwaves, ultraviolet and infrared waves.
  • The classification of em waves according to frequency is the electromagnetic
    spectrum
  • There is no sharp division between one kind of wave and the next.
  • The classification is based roughly on how the waves are produced and/or detected.

Sound Free Lesson For Class 9th NCERT

Speed=Frequency ❌Wavelength.

  • Remember More the wavelength less the frequency and vice versa.
  • also try to remember the wavelength and the frequency can be found out

Tricks to remember the Wavelength series of  Electromagnetic Waves 

  • R-Roman Radio
  • M-Men    Microwave
  • I-Invented Infrared
  • U-Unusual Ultra Violet
  • X-ray-       X-ray
  • G-Guns   Gamma Rays
  • The Visible rays is in Between infrared and Ultra Violet

Roman men invented unusual x-ray guns.

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Population Composition :Geography Notes on NCERT

Population and Census 

Census is the most comprehensive demographic, social & economic data of a country .

  • 1st Census held in the year 1872 in India .
  • 1st complete census held in the year 1881

Population distribution trend around the world

  • Broadly, 90 per cent of the world population lives in about 10 per cent of its land area.
  • The 10 most populous countries of the world have about 60 per cent of the world’s population .
  • 6 of the most populated countries are located in Asia .

Population Density

  • The ratio between the numbers of people living in an area of 1 sq Km is called population density.
  • Density of Population =Population/ Area

Trends in Population Density 

  • From the above data find out the population density of Srilanka
  • Which country has the highest population density
  • find out the rank of India in population density
  • What is the population density of China?
  • Name the neighboring countries of India which has high population density than India

Population Density Trend of India 

  • The population density of India in 2011 was 382 per sq km.

  • From the Above table Find out the state with high Population Density ?
  • Find out the Population Density of Odisha?
  • Find out the state which has lowest population Density ?
  • Which Union territory has lowest Population Density?
  • Find the percentage change of population density of Delhi from 2001 to 2011.

Factors affecting population density 

  • Population distribution across the Earth is not Uniform
  • There are areas which are densely populated whereas others are sparsely populated

Factors 

  • Terrain:Plain areas encourage higher density of population as compared to mountain regions
  • Example More people live in Northen Plain Compared to north east regions
  • Climate: Suitable climate encourage population settlement.
  • Soil :Fertile soil Helps in Agriculture and population growth
  • Other factors are water bodies ,Communications. Industries affect population Density .

Agriculture: Geography Notes for Class 10th NCERT

Population growth

  • The population growth or population change refers to the change in number of inhabitants of an area or territory during a specific period of time.
  • This change may be positive as well as negative.
  • Population change in an area is an important indicator of economic development, social upliftment and historical and cultural background of the region

Components of Population Change

  • There are three components of population change – births, deaths and migration
  • Birth Rate –  Expressed as number of live births in a year per thousand of population.
  • Death Rate –  expressed in terms of number of deaths in a particular year per thousand of population in a particular region
  • Migration: Apart from birth and death there is another way by which the population size changes .who move out of a place are called Emigrants. People migrate for a better economic and social life.

 Factors that influence migration

  • The Push factors make the place of origin seem less attractive for reasons like unemployment, poor living conditions, political turmoil, unpleasant climate, natural disasters, epidemics and socio-economic backwardness.
  •  The Pull factors make the place of destination seem more attractive than the place of origin for reasons like better job opportunities and living conditions, peace and stability, security of life and property and pleasant climate.

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TOP TEN CBSE SCHOOLS IN PUNE

TOP TEN CBSE SCHOOLS IN PUNE

Here is the list of top ten CBSE schools in Pune-

1. DAV PUBLIC SCHOOL

The school is one of the best schools in Pune and provide healthy environment where students can learn and grow well. The facilities provided by school includes a well-stocked library with rich collection of academic and non-academic books including literary novels, magazines, journal, e-books etc., well equipped library for physics, chemistry and biology, computer lab for providing knowledge of hardware and software, a big playground having basketball, volleyball and badminton court, cricket pitch etc., dining area including cafeteria where different cuisine are offered, transportation facility for students coming far away from their home, hostel facility for students coming from different states. The school organizes various non-academic activities such as art and craft, music, dance, drama, anchoring, street play etc.

  • ADDRESS– No. 157, Plot No. 31, D.P Road, Pune-411007
  • CONTACT– 91-20-25890081
  • EMAILdavundh@gmail.com

2. DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL

The school was established in 2003 and provide best educational facility from grades 1 to 12th. This is one of the best schools where parents can send their child for holistic development. the facilities provided by school are a well-stocked library with rich collection of academic and non-academic books including literary novels, magazines, journal, e-books etc., well equipped library for physics, chemistry and biology, computer lab for providing knowledge of hardware and software, a big playground having basketball, volleyball and badminton court, cricket pitch etc., dining area including cafeteria where different cuisine are offered, transportation facility for students coming far away from their home, hostel facility for students coming from different states.

  • ADDRESS– Mohammadwadi, Nyati County, Pune-411060
  • CONTACT– 020-26970418
  • EMAIL- info@dpspune.com

3. AIR FORCE SCHOOL

Air Force School is one of the best school in Pune and provide educational facility from LKG to class 12th. The infrastructure of school includes ample number of airy and spacious classrooms, library with rich collection of academic and non-academic books, transportation facility for all students coming far away from their home, hostel facility with healthy food, physics, chemistry and biology laboratory with all necessary apparatus, computer lab, language lab, music room, dance room, well maintained playground, and cafeteria. This is the best school where parents can admit their child for their overall growth and development.

4. ARMY PUBLIC SCHOOL

The school was established in 1988 and the school is established mainly for children of defense personnel. The school has good number of teachers who are well trained and educated and provide good knowledge and attention to each and every students. The school has four houses and each house has a captain who manages the decorum of students. The school provide transportation facility with large number of buses for providing transportation facility to all those students who are coming from far. The school organizes various activities like Annual Day, Sports Day, Yoga Day, Independence Day and Republic Day where students participate in various activities which adds to their experience and creativity.

  • ADDRESS– Southern Command, Near Race Course, Pune-411001
  • CONTACT– 91-20-26362765
  • EMAILapspune@rediffmail.com

5. PUNE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Pune International School is one of the best schools in Pune and provide world class infrastructure. The school also provide exposure to outside environment to students so that they remain updated with changes taking place in the country. The infrastructure of school includes ample number of airy and spacious classrooms, library with rich collection of academic and non-academic books, transportation facility for all students coming far away from their home, hostel facility with healthy food, physics, chemistry and biology laboratory with all necessary apparatus, computer lab, language lab, music room, dance room, well maintained playground, and cafeteria. This is the best school where parents can admit their child for their overall growth and development.

6THE ORCHID SCHOOL

The school has good number of teachers who are well trained and educated and provide good knowledge and attention to each and every students. The school has four houses and each house has a captain who manages the decorum of students. The school provide transportation facility with large number of buses for providing transportation facility to all those students who are coming from far. The school organizes various activities like Annual Day, Sports Day, Yoga Day, Independence Day and Republic Day where students participate in various activities which adds to their experience and creativity. The school works on holistic development of students.

7. KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA

Kendriya Vidyalaya provide the best academic facility and is counted the best CBSE schools in Pune. The school is managed by ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. The school has its branches spread across various regions. All the branches follow the same curriculum so that students don’t face any problem with the transfer of their parents in different regions. The school provides best education facility and work immensely towards growth and development of students. The school organizes cultural activities like Annual Day, Republic Day, Independence Day, Children’s Day, Teacher’s Day and Army Day every year where students gets opportunity to show case their talent and learn team work and leadership skills by organizing such events.

  • ADDRESS– Ordance Factory near Dehu Road, Pune-412101
  • CONTACT– 020-27671301
  • EMAILkvofdr2@gmail.com

8. VIKHE PATIL MEMORIAL SCHOOL

The school is one of the best schools in Pune and provide best educational facility where students can flourish. The school also provide exposure to outside environment to students so that they remain updated with changes taking place in the country. The infrastructure of school includes ample number of airy and spacious classrooms, library with rich collection of academic and non-academic books, transportation facility for all students coming far away from their home, hostel facility with healthy food, physics, chemistry and biology laboratory with all necessary apparatus, computer lab, language lab, music room, dance room, well maintained playground, and cafeteria.

  • ADDRESS– Patrakar Nagar, Off Senapati Bapat Road, Pune-411016
  • CONTACT– 91-020-25658170
  • EMAILcontact@vpmspune.org

9. BK BIRLA CENTRE FOR EDUCATION

The school works on providing modern facilities to students like recently the school has adopted new teaching methodology of teaching the students through tablet, thereby educating them by showing audio-visual lessons. Such incentives develops interest among the students and makes them learn quickly. The school organizes various events such as sports day, annual day, teacher’s day and children which develop leadership quality among students. The school provide best infrastructure and fulfill the needs of students so that they can study well as we know every child need different environment so that they can grow as per their needs.

10. VIDYASHILP PUBLIC SCHOOL

It is one of the best schools among several schools in Pune. The school is committed towards providing quality education to its student in order to make them physically, mentally and socially sound. The school works on developing moral thinking among the students in order to develop good judgement skills. The school also develops leadership quality among students. The school provide best environment where student feel motivated in order to achieve the goals of their life. The school has world class infrastructure and is stretches in spacious area. The infrastructure of school includes a big playground, digital classroom training, library with rich collection of books, physics laboratory, Chemistry laboratory, Biology laboratory, Computer laboratory, Language room and math laboratory.

  • ADDRESS– No 9/2, Yevalewadi Kondhawa Budruk, Pune-411048
  • CONTACT– 26934040
  • EMAIL– info@vidyashilp.in
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TOP TEN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS IN INDIA

TOP TEN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS IN INDIA

Here is the list of top ten residential schools in India-

1. WOODSTOCK SCHOOL

Woodstock School is one of the best residential school in India. The mission of the school is to strive for excellence in teaching and offer best and exceptional education to students in diverse field so as to provide great exposure to students. The school tries to provide an environment where students are encourages to participate in enrichment activities with excellence and determination. The school provide best facilities such as dance room, basketball court, gym, yoga center, football court and also students are motivated to participate in various environmental issues like plantation drive in hill areas, cleaning in tourist place etc.

  • ADDRESS– Woodstock School, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, 248179
  • CONTACT– 91-135-2639000

2. THE DOON SCHOOL

The Doon School is one of the best boarding school only for boys. The school was established in 1935 and provide teaching facility till class 12th. The school is modelled on the British School but have Indian ambitions, desires and cultures. The school works on holistic development of students. The school provide best environment where students can learn and grow. The school follows strict rules and regulations and develop best discipline among students. The school provide facilities such as playground with football and basketball court, big library, dance room, music room, laboratories etc.

  • ADDRESS– Mall Road, Kishan Nagar Chowk, Krishna Nagar, Dehradun-248001
  • CONTACT– 91-1357628001
  • EMAILnr@doonscholl.com

3. THE SCINDIA SCHOOL

 

The school was established in 1897 and work on vision to be pre-eminent educational institution in India where students can flourish well. The school provide educational facility only to boys. The school provide exposure to outdoor activities and world so that students can remain aware of events happening in country. The school has world class infrastructure and the residential area of the students is also good. The school tries to provide facilities just like home so that students can feel like home.

  • ADDRESS– The Scindia School, the Fort, Gwalior-474008
  • CONTACT– 91-751-2480750
  • EMAILoffice@scindia.edu

4. WELHAM BOYS SCHOOL

The school was established in year 1937 and is affiliated to CBSE New Delhi. It is a residential school for boys only. The school is spread in 30 acres of land and provide ideal environment to students filled with natural ambiance, so that students can learn well. The school is situated in near to river Rispana thereby providing natural environment. The school has world class infrastructure and provide all necessary facility conducive for development of students.

  • ADDRESS– Welham School, 5, Circular Road, Dalanwala, Dehradun-248001
  • CONTACT– 91-135-2657120
  • EMAILwelham1937@welhamboys.org

5. UNISON WORLD SCHOOL

Unison World School is a girl’s residential school, established in 2007. The school provide educational facility from class 5th till class 12th. The school tries to provide opportunities to students where girls can excel not only academically but also can gain great exposure in all other facets of life. The school is spread in 15 acres of land drawing beautiful location around the campus. The school has lively classrooms, well equipped laboratories, and library with rich collection of books, comfortable boarding similar to home and many other facilities.

  • ADDRESS– Mussoorie Diversion Road, Dehradun-248009
  • CONTACT– 91-1353000000
  • EMAILadmissions@uws.edu.in

6. SARALA BIRLA ACADEMY

Sarala Birla Academy is one of the best residential schools in India and is affiliated to IGCSE. The school education facility till grade 12th. The school works on holistic development of students. The school provide best environment where students can learn and grow. The school follows strict rules and regulations and develop best discipline among students. The school provide facilities such as playground with football and basketball court, big library, dance room, music room, laboratories etc. This is the best boarding school where parents can send their child for holistic development.

7. THE LAWRENCE SCHOOL

The school was established in 1847 and is one of the best residential schools in India. The school spreads in area of 139 acres of land, filled with natural lush and beautiful ambiance. The school provides best environment where students can study well. It is a co-educational school, affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi. The school engages students in games and sports, international exchange programme, inter school tournaments etc. The annual day is the one of the major attraction of the school.

  • ADDRESS– Sanawar, District Solan, Himachal Pradesh-173202
  • CONTACT– 91-1792 261208
  • EMAILoffice@sanawar.edu.in

8. MUSSOORIE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

The school was established in 1984 and is affiliated to ICSE. The school provide teaching facility till class 12th. The school is spread in 40 acres of land and provide natural and healthy environment where students can learn and grow in the lap of nature. The school provides pollution free environment. The school is ranked 1st among all residential girls school for pastoral care and is ranked 2nd best girls schools in Uttarakhand. The school organizes wide range of co-curricular activities so that students can learn new things and develop creativity in them.

9. RISHI VALLEY SCHOOL

The school was established in 1926 and is run by Krishnamurti Foundation. The school provide exposure to outdoor activities and world so that students can remain aware of events happening in country. The school has world class infrastructure and the residential area of the students is also good. The school tries to provide facilities just like home so that students can feel like home. The school has vast number of well-educated and trained teachers who provide quality education to students. This is the best place where parents can send their child for better growth and development.

  • ADDRESS– Rishi Valley, Madanpalle, Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh-517352
  • CONTACT– 91-8571-280086
  • EMAIL– office2rishivalley.org

10. KASIGA SCHOOL

Kasiga School is one of the best residential school in India. The school provide schooling facility from class 4th till class 12th. The school gives students the option of choosing CBSE or IGCSE in class 9th in order to give exam in board chosen by students. Similarly in class 11th also, the students are given option to choose CBSE OR CAIE board to give examination in class 12th. The co-curricular activities organized by school includes annual day celebration, inter school tournament, children’s day celebration, teachers day celebration, yoga day etc. The school also give Diwali and winter vacation to students.

  • ADDRESS– Kasiga School, Village Purkul, Dehradun-248009
  • CONTACT– 0135-71991100
  • EMAIL– admissions@kasigaschool.com

 

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Syllabus of CBSE class 10th examination

SYLLABUS FOR CBSE CLASS 10TH EXAMINATION

Board examination is considered a very important part of everyone’s academic career. It acts as a turning point of a student career. The performance of students in board examination decide which stream he/she will choose. Also the marks also decide the school in which he/she will be admitted because now a days best schools take only those students who have performed exceptionally well in their 10th board examination. So the more practice and better command we will have on each subjects, the better our result will be. So here I am mentioning the entire syllabus and weightage of each subjects, so that students can prepare accordingly.

The main subjects in CBSE class 10th are Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, English, Hindi and Information Technology.

SYLLABUS OF MATHEMATICS AND WEIGHTAGE GIVEN TO EACH UNIT

  1. Number System- It include real number and questions of 6 marks is asked from this section.
  2. Algebra- It includes polynomials, pair of linear equations in two variables, quadratic equations and arithmetic progression and questions of 20 marks is asked from this section.
  3. Coordinate Geometry- It includes lines (concept of coordinate geometry, graphs of linear equations, distance formula, section formula and area of triangle) and questions of 6 marks is asked in this section.
  4. Geometry- It includes Triangles, circles and constructions. The questions of 15 marks is asked from this section.
  5. Trigonometry- It includes introduction to trigonometry, trigonometric identities and heights and distances (angle of elevation, angle of depression) and questions of 12 marks is asked from this unit.
  6. Mensuration- It includes areas related to circles and surface areas and volumes. The questions of 10 marks is asked from this section.
  7. Statistics and Probability- It includes statistics (mean, median and mode) and probability (simple problems on single events). The questions of 11 marks is asked from this section.
  8. 20 marks is assigned to internal assessment and practical.

NOTE– More attention need to be given to algebra, geometry, trigonometry and statistics probability as they carry maximum weightage.

SYLLABUS OF SCIENCE AND WEIGHTAGE GIVEN TO EACH UNIT

  1. Chemical Substances-Nature and Behavior- It includes chemical reactions; acids, bases and salts; metals and non-metals; carbon compounds and periodic classification of elements. The questions of 25 marks is asked from this unit.
  2. World of Living- It includes life processes; control and co-ordination in animals and plants; reproduction and heredity and evolution. The questions of 23 marks is asked from this section.
  3. Natural Phenomena- It includes reflection of light, refraction laws, refraction of light by spherical lens, functioning of lens in human eyes and refraction of light through a prism. The questions of 12 marks is asked from this section.
  4. Effects of Current- It includes magnetic effects of current such as magnetic field, field lines, Fleming’s left hand rule etc. The questions of 13 marks is asked from this section.
  5. Natural Resources- It includes sources of energy, our environment and management of natural resources. The questions of 7 marks is asked from this unit.

NOTE– The remaining 20 marks consists of internal assessment and practical.

SYLLABUS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND WEIGHTAGE GIVEN TO EACH UNIT

  1. India and the contemporary world- It includes the rise of nationalism in Europe; nationalism in India; the making of a global world and the age of industrialization (any one theme from the two); and print culture and the modern world. The questions of 20 marks is asked from this section.
  2. Contemporary India- It includes resources and development; forest and wildlife; water resources; agriculture; minerals and energy resources; manufacturing industries and life lines of national economy. The questions of 20 marks is asked from this unit.
  3. Democratic Politics- It includes power sharing; federalism; democracy and diversity; popular struggles and movements; political parties; outcome of democracy and challenges to democracy. The questions of 20 marks is asked from this unit.
  4. Understanding Economic Development- It includes development, sectors of the Indian Economy, money and credit, globalization and the Indian Economy and consumer rights. The questions of 20 marks is asked from this section.

NOTE– The remaining 20 marks is based on internal assessment and practical.

SYLLABUS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE AND WEIGHTAGE GIVEN TO EACH UNIT

  1. Reading Skills- This section consists of two unseen passage, one of 300-350 words and another of 350-400 words with very short answer type questions, short answer type and also four mcq’s to test vocabulary. The total marks of the questions is 20.
  2. Writing and Grammar- It consists of letter writing, writing a short story based on cues given; and the grammar portion includes tenses, modals, use of passive voice, subject-verb concord, reporting, clauses, determiners and prepositions. The total marks of this section is 30.
  3. Literature Textbook and Extended Reading Text- Very short and short answers will be asked from textbook fictions and poem and two long questions will be asked from the prescribed extended reading text. The questions of 30 marks will be asked from this section.

NOTE– The remaining 20 marks is given on the basis of internal assessment in school.

SYLLABUS OF HINDI AND WEIGHTAGE GIVEN TO EACH UNIT

  1. In Hindi, questions from textbook fictions and poems will be asked. The questions will be very short answer question, short answer question and long answer question.
  2. Also questions will be asked from grammar section.
  3. There will be also writing skills questions such as letter writing, correction of wrong sentence etc.

SYLLABUS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND WEIGHTAGE GIVEN TO EACH UNIT

It consists of two parts. Part A and Part B

PART A

EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS- It includes communication skills, self-management skills, basic ICT skills, entrepreneurial skills and green skills.

PART B

It includes web applications, word processing, spreadsheet, digital presentation, e-mail messaging and data base development.

The theory part consists of questions of 50 marks and rest of 50 marks is based on practical examination, viva voce and project work.

NOTE– Apart from the course book and notes given in classrooms, practice set are also available for all the subject so that can students can practice the questions asked in previous years and score good marks.

HOW TO PREPARE FOR NTSE EXAM

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HOW TO PREPARE FOR NTSE EXAM

HOW TO PREPARE FOR NTSE EXAM

National Talent Search Examination is a scholarship program organized at National level by NCERT. The main objective of the exam is to find talented students and provide them financial aid throughout the academic career. The exam is conducted in 2 phases i.e. one at state/district level and second at national level. The state level exam is conducted in order to shortlist the eligible candidate for next level. Candidates who qualified the state level exam have to appear for national level exam. At national level exam, students from schools of various state participate and those who qualify the national level exam are eligible for scholarship program. Students studying in class 10th are only eligible for appearing in selection process.

SELECTION PROCESS OF NTSE

For selection of students, the exam is divided in two stages-

1.1st level selection

Here selection test is conducted at state level. All the students studying in class 10th are eligible to appear in the exam. Students of all the boards are eligible to appear in the exam.

The syllabus for first level exam is-

  • Part 1 consist of question on mental ability test. Here brain twister questions of verbal and non-verbal reasoning questions is asked.
  • Part 2 consist of scholastic aptitude test with questions on History, Civics, Geography, Economics, Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology is asked.

NOTE– For qualifying the state level exam ample knowledge of all subjects we have studied till class is required.

2. 2nd level selection

Here selection test is conducted at national level. Here competition is from students of entire nation. About 4000 students are selected for national level test. The syllabus for 2nd level exam is same like 1st level exam i.e. mental ability test and scholastic aptitude test. However in order to qualify this test a student must have extra knowledge apart from basic subjective knowledge till class 10th.

NOTE– For qualifying the exam knowledge of history and civics should only be limited to state but also history and political knowledge of other nation is required.

SYLLABUS FOR STATE AND NATIONAL LEVEL EXAM

  • The very important requirement is the basic and conceptual knowledge of syllabus till class 10th.
  • The most important need is your analytical thinking i.e. out of box thinking.
  • Application based question in science and mathematics is also asked. At most 15% application based question is asked.
  • Good knowledge of social studies of both zonal and national level is required. Apart from NCERT syllabus, question from syllabus of other board is also asked.
  • In order to prepare well, practice test both online and offline is available.

QUALIFYING MARKS

  • For general category students, qualifying marks is 40% in all the sections.
  • For other backward and physically handicapped students, qualifying marks is 32% in all the sections.

EXAM PATTERN

QUESTION PATTERN

  • In Part 1(MAT), there are 50 objective questions of one marks each and total time allotted is 45 minutes.
  • In Part 2(language test), there are 50 objective questions of one marks each and total time allotted is 45 minutes.
  • In Part 3(SAT), there are 100 objective questions of one marks each and total time allotted is 90 minutes.

MARKING SCHEME

  • In stage 1, one marks is allotted to every correct answer.
  • There is no negative marking for the wrong answer and non-attempted questions.
  • In stage 2, there is negative marking and one-third of the marks will be deducted.
  • Also there is no negative marking for non-attempted questions.
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Top CBSE schools in Uttarakhand

Top CBSE schools in Uttarakhand

The education in Uttarakhand is provided by large number of public and private institution. The state has over 15331 primary schools with over 1, 0 40,139 students and 11,218 highly trained and experienced teachers. The literacy rate of the state is 79.63%, 88.33% literate males and 70.70% literate females. The medium of instruction of all the schools in Uttarakhand is mainly Hindi and English.

Here is the list of ten best CBSE schools in Uttarakhand-

  1. RISHIKESH PUBLIC SCHOOL RISHIKESH UTT.jpeg

Rishikesh Public School was founded in 1973 providing instruction in English medium. The school has 58 highly trained and educated teachers. The teacher student ratio of the school is 1:28, which tells that each and every student is given equal attention. The school runs classes from standard 1 to standard 12th. The current number of students in the school is 1647. The school has library with more than 3930 books. The school has given outstanding performance in academic as well as co-curricular activities.

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The school was established in year 1999 and consists of grades from standard 1 to standard 8th. The medium of instruction in the school is Hindi. The school has 8 classrooms, very spacious and airy so that students can breathe natural air. The school has library with more than 250 books both academic and non academic. The school provides opportunities to students to take part in co-curricular activities and increase their creativity. It is one of the best schools for those who find English difficult to understand.

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Doon Presidency is co-educational school consisting of classes from standard 1 to standard 12. It is an English medium school with 16 classrooms in perfect condition. The classrooms are big and also airy so that natural air reaches inside the classroom. It is the best school where students are given exposure to various outdoor activities as well as various curricular activities like art and craft, sports, music, dance, drama etc. the school also has huge library with rich collection of more than 8300 books.

  • Address– 2-B Premnagar, Dehradun, Uttarakhand-248007
  • Email- dps-doon072rediffmail.com
  • Contact– 0135-2771324

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The school was founded in year 1976 and the medium of instruction is English. The school is counted among the elite schools of Uttarakhand. The facilities provided by school includes computer lab, library with huge collection of academic and non academic books, big play ground, transportation facility for students coming far away from their home, first aid in case of any injury to students, art room for development of art and craft skills in students, chemistry lab, physics lab, and biology lab for conducting various experiment and learning new things.

  • Address– Sector 1 Bhel Ranipur Haridwar Uttaranchal- 249403
  • Emailmcps@bol.net.in
  • Contact– 427350

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It is one of the best schools and counted among the elite schools of Uttarakhand. The mission and vision of the school is to provide an environment where all students can realize and discover their potential and work towards achievement of their goals and contribute in development of nation. The school was established in year 1967 and the medium of instruction is English. This is the best place where parents can send their child for holistic development and making their child a responsible citizen.

  • Address– Kadayiruppu, Kolencherry Ernakulam Dist-682311
  • Email– stpeterskd2gmail.com
  • Contact– 0484 2762487

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The school was established on 1st October 1980 providing only primary schooling and later in year 1982 it was upgraded to secondary schooling. The school tries to bring best in the students by providing excellent academic and non academic curriculum. The school provides comprehensive, caring and warm environment for development and growth of students. The school has well established infrastructure and provide all the necessary facilities for personality development of students. It is a perfect place where parents can send their children for the growth and development of child.

  • Address– Clement Town, Dehradun- 248002
  • Email– apsclementtown2gmail.com
  • Contact– 01352643584

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The school was established in year 2012, where efforts are towards development of pure Indian culture through English medium and therefore try to bring best among the students so that they can turn to be an responsible citizen. The facilities provided by school are library, labs, dining area etc. the school motivates students to involve in various activities like arts and crafts, development of soft skills, organizing various sports events, debate competition, essay writing, public speaking etc. Genesis International is very popular and demanded school of Uttarakhand.

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The school was started in year 2005 and therefore has good experience as to how growth and development of students can be done. The teacher student ratio of the school is 1:13, which is very excellent figure which shows that good attention is given on each and every student. The school provides education from class 6th to 8th. The strength of students is about 160. The school keeps on making changes in the curriculum of students in order to provide education to students according to the changing need of the country. The school has well trained and experienced teachers. The school gives training to teachers also in order to make them aware of the changes required so as to give better skills to students.

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The school was started in year 2006 and is spread in area of 4 acres with well infrastructure. The entire school ground is covered with patches of green grass thereby providing healthy and natural environment to students. The school is designed in such a way that only 30% of the construction has concrete structures, while the rest of the campus has harmonious blend of green patches and water bodies. The school provides best academic facility. The school also encourages students to participate in indoor and outdoor games for their mental and physical development. The school also organizes various cultural and co-curricular activities for developing creativity and Excellency in students in every field.

  • Address– Ramgarh Shishambara, Shimla Bypass Dehradun 248001
  • Emailinfo.school.ca@gmail.com
  • Contact– 0135-2693118

10. SWAMI VIVEKANAND PUBLIC SCHOOL SWAMI UTT.jpg

The school started providing educational facility in year 1999. The school work on holistic development of students by imparting academic knowledge along with various non academic events like debate competition, essay writing, public speaking, organizing annual day every year where students are given chance to showcase their talent. The school also ensures physical and mental health of students by organizing sports events. The aim of the school is to partner with parents and help them in enhancing the excellence and competency of their child. The teachers are highly qualified and educated. The school has good teacher student ratio thereby individual attention is given on every student.

  • Address– Swami Vivekananda Public School, Village & P.O. Baron Wala, Shimla Road, Dehradun 248001
  • EmailSVpublicsch@yahoo.com
  • Contact– 01352680656