Low Costs and Fees Schools in India
Friends, I was doing research on low cost schools in India where low-income students can read. The family has low income who can not afford their education in costly private schools. They often search good quality schools at very low fees. I will tell you today some of the schools which has very low fees and giving good quality education in India.
1. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya is CBSE affiliate schools in India founded in 1985. For admission in this school, there is an entrance examination have been organized by CBSE at national level, in which you have pass for taking admission. Generally, entrance exams have been organized for admission in Class VI, but if seats are vacants then it is also for IX and XI too.
Admission : Class 6 to Class 12
Seats allocation: 75% for Village Students, 33% for girls and 15-7% for SC/ST students.
Education Fees : Nothing, It is free
Education is free in JNV(Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya), but you have to be so talented for admission in this school. There are approx. 593 JNV schools in all over India. In this school, all the students have been trained for Scouting, Guiding and NCC.
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti
B-15, Institutional Area,
District Gautam Budh Nagar,
Tel.Nos.: 0120-2405968, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73 Extn.2010
Fax No.: 0120-2405922
Prospectus-cum-application form for JNVST-2013 for admission in Class VI during academic session 2013-14
National Indian Military College(RIMC)
If your child has great passion to become an Army Men, then this is the right place for your child to have good education and training. For admission in this school, two times entrance exam have been organized in a year. After passing the entrance exam, they have been called for VIVA and finally Medical test. After passing the Medical Exam, they have been called for admission. It is one of the oldest schools in India founded in 1922.
School Fees: Rs 3600/Year
Grant from the Government : Rs 10,000 to 20,000
Age required: Minimum 11 and half and Maximum 13
Website : http://www.rimc.org/
Seats: Only 25 every six months
Class: 8th to 12 only
Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalayas(RPVV)
Delhi based RPVV schools have been providing free education. In which they take admission of Class VI students. They conduct entrance exam for admission in Class VI.
You would have studied for at least two years in Delhi
Good Marks, at least 60% in Class V
Thanks Friends for your support, I think It will be useful for talented students.