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Education in Uttarakhand

Education in Uttarakhand
Department of Education
General details
Primary languages Hindi, English
System type Federal, state, private
Established
Compulsory Education
April 1, 2010
Literacy (2011)
Total 79.63%
Male 88.33%
Female 70.70%

Education in Uttarakhand is provided by a large number of public and private institutions.Uttarakhand had a long tradition of learning and culture.

Detail

building of The Doon School
Main Building of The Doon School.

In Uttarakhand there are 15,331 primary schools with 1,040,139 students and 22,118 working teachers (Year 2011). Literacy rate of the state was 79.63% with 88.33% literacy for males and 70.70% literacy for females.[1] The language of instruction in the schools is either English or Hindi.
There are mainly Government and Private Schools & Institutions including Primary Schools, High Schools, Inter college, Degree College and Technical Institutions. The main school affiliations are CBSE, CISCE or the State Government syllabus defined by the Department of Education of the Government of Uttarakhand.

Notable schools

There are many notable schools and institutions in Uttarakhand. Few are below..

Engineering College and Institute :-

Technical Institute:-

Schools :-

Sumitranandan Pant museum, Kausani
Sumitranandan Pant museum, Kausani

References

  1. ^ "Literacy rate in Uttarakhand". uk.gov.in. 
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