List of World’s Best Schools : India also has 5 schools, know which schools have been included. A list of the world’s best schools has been prepared in the UK. For which separate categories have been created, the schools included in the list will also be given awards. The prize money of this award is US$ 2,50,000. 5 schools of the country located in this list have also been included in the list of top 10 in different categories for the Best School Award in the world.
List of World’s Best Schools : India also has 5 Schools
This award is being organized to recognize the contribution of the schools in the progress of the society and to facilitate the schools across the globe. It is also known that the World’s Best School Awards are divided into 5 categories, including Community Support, Environmental Action, Innovation, Overcoming Adversity and Supporting Healthy Life, so that through this award, schools can be recognized for their contribution in the development of children. Can be encouraged to play an important role. This year 5 Indian schools from Delhi, Gujarat and Maharashtra have also been included in this list.
These schools of the country were shortlisted
The names of the Indian schools which have been included in the World’s Best School are- ‘Nagar Nigam Pratibha Balika Vidyalaya (NPBV) F-Block, Dilshad Colony’. Which is a government school in Delhi. The second number is Oberoi International School, Mumbai which is a private international school. The Third Riverside School, Ahmedabad, Gujarat is also a private international school. The fourth ‘Snehalaya English Medium School, Maharashtra’ is a charity school in Ahmednagar, which has taught children suffering from HIV/AIDS and children from sex worker families so that they too can have a secure future. And the fifth and final school ‘Shindewadi Mumbai Public School (The Akanksha Foundation), a charter school in Mumbai.
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The Top 3 finalists for each category of the World’s Best Schools Awards are set to be announced in September, followed by the names of the winning schools in October. Whereas, the prize money of $2,50,000 will be divided equally among the 5 winners. Each winning school will receive $50,000 in cash equally.