Govt. Primary School Bansa
|School Name||Govt. Primary School Bansa|
|Address||Bansa, Banava, Bhimtal, Nainital, Uttarakhand|
Govt. Primary School Bansa is located in Bansa, Banava, Bhimtal, Nainital, Uttarakhand. Established in year 1960, the school is a Co-educational and is located in Rural area. This is a Primary school and is currently operational. The school is managed by Department of Education. The school is situated in Bhimtal assembly constituency. The medium of instructions is Hindi in the school.
|Class I to V||17 Students|
|Total Students||17 Students|
|Total Teachers||1 Teachers|
This institution has enrolled around one hundred students and has 1 teachers to teach them, thus making the student-teacher ratio of 17 students per teacher. All of the teachers are appointed on Regular basis. All of the teachers are Male. All of the teachers have Post Graduate qualification. None of the teachers are trained in Computer. The student classroom ratio is 17:1, means on an average seventeen students sit in a classroom which is very good. There are 17 students in class I to V.
The school is in a Govt. building and it has partial boundary walls. The school has total one clasroom and two other rooms. There is both reading corner and library for students. There are two boys toilets and two girls toilets for students. The school has both hand wash facility and drinking water facility for people.