Shri Gandhi Vidyalaya I.Colle

School NameShri Gandhi Vidyalaya I.Colle
AddressEleven, Bargaon, Gonda(Mun. Corp.), Gonda, Uttar Pradesh
StateUttar Pradesh
CategoryHigher Secondary School
BlockGonda(Mun. Corp.)

Shri Gandhi Vidyalaya I.Colle is located in Eleven, Bargaon, Gonda(Mun. Corp.), Gonda, Uttar Pradesh and was established 75 years ago. This school is a Co-educational and is located in Urban area. This is a Higher Secondary school and is currently operational. It's affiliated with State Board for class-X & class-XII exams. The school is managed by Government Aided. It falls under Gonda municipality. It comes under Gonda assembly constituency. This is primarily Hindi medium school.

Class I to V62 Students
Class VI to VIII273 Students
Class IX to XII667 Students
Total Students1002 Students
Total Teachers23 Teachers
Student-Teacher Ratio44:1
Student-Classroom Ratio53:1

The school has around one thousand one hundred students studying and has recruited total 23 teachers, which makes the student-teacher ratio of 44 students per teacher. All of the teachers are appointed on Regular basis. Nineteen teachers are Male and remaining four are Female. In terms of Academic qualification one teacher is Graduate and rest 22 are Post Graduate. Two teachers are trained in Computer. The student classroom ratio is 53:1, means on an average fifty three students sit in a classroom which is good. There are 62 students in class I to V, 273 students in class VI to VIII and 667 students in class IX to XII.

The school is in a rented building and it has pucca boundary walls. The school has total nineteen clasrooms and nineteen other rooms. The school has DTH facility for students. The school has one desktop, one scanner, two printers, one LED and one generator in its premises. There is both library and book bank for students. There are eight boys toilets and three girls toilets for students. The school has both hand wash facility and drinking water facility for people.

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