Govt School in Meerut Is Better Than Any Private Institution in Town; Students Thrive to Get Admission
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Parents are always concerned about their children getting a quality education. In a bid to that, many of us choose private over the government schools because of undeniable reasons. But not everyone can admit their child to the private institutions due to its high annual fee charges. Hence, they end up in government schools. Sadly, time and again even after the government’s constant effort, the govt-run schools have disappointed the educators with its lack of facilities. This is not the case with Meerut. Reportedly, a government school in the town is more preferred among parents and students than any other private institution. Mount Carmel School in Delhi Loses Recognition Over Fee Hike. 

Primary School-1 in Phaphunda is appearing in the headlines for its “money-back policy.” A 2016 recipient Vidyalaya Puraskaar, this school returns the money if they are not satisfied with the performance of their wards. According to TOI, the Primary School-1 ask the parents to send their kids studying in private institutions to their school for three months. And if they find no improvement in their child, they pay back the fees. The Principal Kausar Jahan reported that she visits every home personally to convince the parents to send their kids to the school and also announce schemes on the public address system.

The block education officer of Meerut, Charan Singh was quoted in the same report, “The school has been doing very well since last few years. During his visit to the school last week, the district magistrate gave an appreciation letter, saying he was happy to interact with the kids. In other schools, we have to try hard to engage with the students. But the situation is completely different here. The quality of education here is the best in the district.” Gujarat GSHSEB Class 10 & 12 Board Exam 2019 Timetable Announced. 

With their unique approach and quality education, the school which had 190 students in 2014, has seen a massive improvement. In the last four years, the principal reported that the number of students has doubled. Talking about the interior, the school has an activity room with a projector, a laptop, a printer and colourful flex board with cartoons. Besides, the parents have also seen progress in their child and even recommends other families to shift their children from the private school. Today, where quality education has only become expensive, we need more institutions like Primary School-1 across for the betterment of our future generation.