Khowai Government Higher Secondary School

Khowai Government Higher Secondary School
Shraddhavan Labhate Gyanam!
Location
Subhash park, Khowai, Tripura, India
Information
Type Government School
Established 1933
Head of school Head Master
Faculty 34
Yearbook কোরক

Khowai Government Higher Secondary School is located at Khowai, a town in west Tripura. It is situated near Subhash park. It is a Tripura Board Of Secondary Education affiliated Government school. The school offers courses from the 6th standard till the 12th standard.

History

The new building of Khowai government higher secondary school

The school was established in 1933 which makes it one of the most ancient schools of Tripura. Earlier it was an all-boys school and was known as Khowai Government Boys Higher Secondary School. In 1998 it became a co-educational school as it started to allow girls admission into 11th or 12th standard. The school played an important role in the education scenario of Khowai subdivision for many years.

Description

Entrance of school new building during inaguration

The school offers courses from the 6th standard till the 12th standard. It has more than 677 students and 34 teaching staffs. Up to 10th standard it is an all-boys school but girls can get admitted to study science at higher secondary level. It has a play ground and a pond inside its territory. Classes start from 11 a.m. everyday excluding Sunday and ends at 4 p.m.

External links

  • Official site of Khowai
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