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Education is not just about reading books and getting good marks. It is really a means to explore and discover new things and increase our knowledge. An educated person can think independently and can differentiate between right and wrong or good and evil. Providing right kind of education is the foremost responsibility of a society to educate its citizens. In developing countries, the focus should be on women’s education because the knowledge and empowerment of one woman can bring about a radical change in a family.

Why school education is important?

The children of today are citizens of tomorrow. Future of any country, reflected through quality of the education system. A school education can inspire and stimulate curiosity among the young minds to learn and explore the world. It widely accepted that the school education is a fundamental process and it is instrumental in shaping one’s personality and the way he/she deals with situations of life. The shift of thoughts from bookish knowledge to knowledge of life, in schools, has brought forth a sea of change. People have realised and understood the idea of education is one the keys to a well-rounded development instead of just a mean to acquire degrees and monetary success in life. Education must facilitate the cultivation of a healthy thought process and groom our cognitive abilities. In the competitive world, education is a fundament need for human beings after food, clothing and shelter.

Here is the list of Best Schools In India As Per Education World commissioned IMRB International Schools In Major Cities.

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  1. Delhi Public School, R.K Puram, New Delhi

    Address : Delhi Public School, Sector XII, R. K. Puram, New Delhi - 110022, India
    Phone : +91 (011) 26171267, 26174235, 26199804
    Email/Website : dpsrkp@nda.vsnl.net.in / www.dpsrkp.net

     About School : Delhi Public School R.K. Puram is one of the most prestigious schools in India. Founded as a Public School in New Delhi 1972, it is a private institution run by the Delhi Public School Society.

    Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is the largest educational board in the country and is duly recognised by the Deptartment of Education, Govt. of NCT Delhi and the Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India. Over 5000 schools in India, with over 80,000 students, are members of the Board. The school is also affiliated to the Indian Public Schools' Conference (IPSC), and the National Progressive School's Conference (NPSC), the members of which include some of the premier schools in the country.

  2. The Doon School, Dehradun

    Address : The Doon School, The Mall, Dehradun 248001, Uttaranchal, India
    Phone : +91-135-2526-400
    Email/Website : VSM@doonschool.com / www.doonschool.com

     About School :Satish Ranjan Das, the founder of The Doon School, was one of pre-Independence India´s eminent barristers and a member of the Executive Council of the Viceroy of India. His mission was to constitute India´s first public school in an era when ´Chief´s Colleges´ were the ultimate school experience. The Doon School was meant to provide the youth of the country with an opportunity to get an all-round education based on an adaptation of the English public school system on India´s tradition-enriched soil.

  3. Delhi Public School, Mathura Road, Delhi

    Address : Delhi Public School, Mathura Road, New Delhi 110003
    Phone : 24358058/59, 24358984, 24351582
    Email/Website : mathuraroad@dpsfamily.org

    About School : Established in the year 1949, Delhi Public School Mathura Road is now spread over fifteen acres of lush green lawns, situated in the heart of the capital, near the Purana Quila and the Zoological Gardens, it has witnessed the growth of the metropolis over the years. Its contribution in promoting quality education and enrichment of the socio-cultural life of New Delhi has been unparalleled.

  4. South Point high School,Kolkata

    Address : South Point High School, 82/7A Ballygunge Place, Kolkata 700093, West Bengal, India
    Phone : +91 33 2440 4043/5042/5115
    Website : www.southpoint.edu.in

     About School : On April 1, 1954 the Late Satikanta Guha along with Mrs. Pritylata Guha as associate founder founded the South Point School. Its venue was 16 Mandeville Gardens Calcutta 700019. It soon set very high standards and made progress in all fields. Later the South Point Education Society was formed for the administration of the school. Soon it attracted a number of students and grew into a large popular school, one of the best in Calcutta.

  5. St. Kabir School, Ahmedabad

    Address : Stkabir School, Navrangpura, B/H H.L College of Commerce, Navrangpura , Ahmedabad
    Phone :
    Email/Website : info@stkabir.com / www.stkabir.com

     About School : St. Kabir School was established in 1985 and is managed by Janak Madan Charitable Educational Trust. The school is recognized by the Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar.

    St. Kabir school is a progressive, Child centered and Co-Educational learning centre. It is committed to providing quality education for all its students. It has grown gradually from the Pre-primary section to the 12th grade by addition of one class each year.

  6. City Montessori School, Lucknow

    Address : 12 Station Road, Lucknow
    Phone : 2638738, 2638606, 2638483, 2637655, 2637691, 2637658
    Email/Website : info@cmseducation.org / www.cmseducation.org

     About School : City Montessori School, popularly known as CMS, is the world´s largest private school in a single city, recognized by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination for ICSE and ISC. CMS has adopted the Montessori method of preschool education. The school appoints Montessori trained teachers of proven ability and temperament to take care of the little ones and to initiate them into learning by doing.

    A British expert, Ms. Jo Lewington Hignett, spent a year to develop Montessori classrooms and a workshop for classroom materials for CMS. Other Montessori trained international teachers and trainers frequently assist the CMS programme so that it matches world standards of Montessori preschool education.

  7. Apeejay School, Delhi

    Address : Apeejay School, Pitampura, Plot No. 10, Road No. 42, Sainik Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi- 110034
    Phone : PHONE : (011) 27022140, 27023908
    Email/Website : skool.pp.del@apj.edu / www.apeejay.edu

     About School : Apeejay Education Society (AES) is committed to excellence through 12 schools and 13 institutions of higher learning across the country. With a heritage of over 40 years, AES offers value-driven education of global dimensions from pre-nursery to doctoral level, grooming over 32,000 students through more than 80 courses to become leaders in fields as varied as Management, Engineering, Information Technology, Architecture, Fine Art, Performing Art, Design, Marketing, Business Studies and Mass Communication.

    The beginning of Apeejay School, Pitampura dates back to May 1990, when the first admission was done for classes Nursery, K.G. and I. The school made a humble beginning when it started functioning in tents from 23rd July 1990. It was an important day in the history of Apeejay Pitampura when Mr. R.S.Chauhan became its first principal. The School prospered under his benevolent guidance for the next few years.

  8. La Martiniere Boy´s School

    Address : 11, Dr. U.N. Bramhachari Street (Loudon Street),Pin - 700 017,Kolkata (Calcutta)
    Phone : 91-33-22472419 / 2418
    Email/Website : www.lmbcal.ac.in

     About School : La Martiniere has one of the most distinguished history of any school in Kolkata, or in fact, India. Founded in 1836 this school has achieved an enviable reputation in the field of academics as well as extra-mural activities. It is without doubt one of the top schools in Kolkata.

    Even though it has been in existence for upwards of a 150 years it has always maintained a standard of un-impeachable integrity and has made sure that each and every boy that passes through its doors faces the outside world with a sound character.

  9. Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, Gomti Nagar,Lucknow

    Address : Vineet Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow - 226010, U.P., India
    Phone : +91-522-2391660
    Email/Website : smrjl@satyam.net.in / school.jaipuria.ac.in

     About School : Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, otherwise known as the Jaipuria College of Lucknow, is a quality educational institution imparting Pre-primary, Primary, Secondary and Higher Secondary Education to boys and girls (age group 3 plus to 17 plus) through English medium, Indian culture being the vehicle for advancement. Situated away from the hum and bustle of the city in the posh Vineet Khand area of the Gomti Nagar colony of Lucknow, the school has idyllic surroundings. The school building constructed on the latest architectural design stands on a sprawling piece of land admeasuring 10 acres leased out by the Lucknow Development Authority.

  10. La Martiniere Girls School, Kolkata

    Address : La Martiniere for Girls, 14, Rawdon Street Kolkata - 700017, Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, India
    Phone : + 91 33 247 3841 / 1341 / 2419

     About School : La Martiniere for Girls is situated at 14, Rawdon Street (Sarojini Naidu Sarani) Calcutta. It has extensive grounds, tennis and basket ball courts and a childrens park. It is equipped with many modern amenities such as an auditorium, laboratories, a well-appointed library, an infirmary and a swimming pool. The class rooms are large and airy. Some pupils live on the campus. The aim of the School is to give the girls an all-round education, to develop their individuality to the fullest, not in isolation but in and through society. As earlier stated, both boys and girls occupied the main building of the Boys School until 1840. Then, on Christmas Eve 1840, Mr. James Parker´s residence was purchased for Rs.75,000 and the Girls School began its separate existence, affiliating to the University of Calcutta in 1857. Girls were furnished with six suits annually, each consisting of a frock, petticoat, shift of calico with three tuckers of muslin. A cotton shawl, was issued every two years, a woollen dress every cold season. The weekly diet was fixed for the whole year and included mutton roast, kid