Good News: Uttar Pradesh to have its own Sanskriti School
Lucknow: On the lines of Sanskriti School of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh too will have its own Sanskriti School starting this month.
Open to all, the school will aim to provide a better quality of education to the wards of Central and State government employees at concessional fee structures, stated Ashish Goel, a senior IAS and Secretary of the Sanskriti society.
He further said, “For the inaugural year, concession in admission fees and first quarter fees is also being given.”
The school, affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) shall begin its first academic session 2017-18 from August 2017.
After years of contemplation, planning and perseverance, the school will initially be started with classes 6th, 7th and 8th and more classes will be added from the next year, Ashish Goel said.