Govt Schools In Sherqilla

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We know that govt schools is free for all . Every one can get education free of cost and parents can save their money .if parents are poor then mostly choose govt school for their children for education . There are many school in sherqilla including government schools and local schools . Their are total four government schools in  sherqilla .

 

The teacher of  government school are very intlligent and hard worker they always coporate with the student and help the student in their study .

 

Govenment schools in sherqilla are as under 

1. Govt school for boy

2. Govt schools for girls

3. Govt primary school

4. Sap school 

 

Govt school for boys

The governemnt school for boy is present in near old bridge . And its also near to pilot secondry school . I you wanna to go their just ask about the zahid easypaisa wala,Then follow the way. 

 

Students in govt schools for boy 

Student of govt school are mostly from sherqilla  , because we know that sherqilla is a village and peoples donot have much money so that they can pay fee for each child. Because in village we know that their is the concept of joint family one person earn money and other did not. And the villages near sherqilla where government schools are are not avilabe and so the parents of those villages sent their children to this schools so that they can education .

We know that  teacher of govt school are well telented so many educated people sent their childrens to govt  . Because they know their are most knowleged teacher . They have enough money but they donot sent their childrens to local school . Because they understand that teacher who are in govt are better then local schools .

 

Teacher in govt school for boys

In govt school for boys in sherqilla their are all well educated and tranded teacher . They know how to teach to a student .they know how to behave with a lazy student and How to change the mind from social thinks to toward study , Secondly the teacher of govt school for boy are mostly from different areas of sherqilla . But few are out of sherqilla they come to teach in the school every moring .

 

Govt school for girl 

The governemnt school for girls  is present in near agakhan school  sub compus .   It is also named as (banzeer bhoto shaheed school). Most of student in this school are from different areas of sherqilla . Few student are come from outside of sherqilla to get education here. Like many student come from gulapoor  , dalnati etc to sherqilla to get education.     

 

Govt primary school(ba sha school)

It is govt primary school . Present in rashamal ramasot. Their are few students studying. Most student in this school are comming from near areas of the schools or from das and ramasot.

 

Sap  school for(primary) 

This is also govt school . It is present khi  das ramasot. Their are maximum 100 student studying here. Most students are comming from das to study.

 

Student of govt school

Student of govt school both male and female are well telented . They are very social and they know how to behave with the people and the socity . They are hard workers Many student of our govt school are teacher  and professor and few are became soldiers and few are work in govt sectors . Means that the education system Of govt school  are very good . Due to the helpfullness of our govt teacher our brothers and sister are now became moral for our socity . From our sister many became teachers In local school some are working in health sector. And some are became lecturars  . Etc. And the govt education system is  good.

 

Post Related 

1. Pilot Secondary School Sherqilla

2. Aga Khan Higher Secondary Sherqilla

3. Govt School Sherqilla

4. what is sherqilla ,Where is Sherqilla

5. Education System In Sherqilla

  

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