CBSE SCHOOLS IN ROORKEE
For the very first time, we looked at the connections between beginning primary school education and prospective memory (PM), as well as the links between parental attitudes and preschoolers' PM. The ability to remember to do anything in the future is known as PM. We hypothesised that aspects of the natural environment that provide many opportunities for children to perform PM activities (first grade in primary school vs. kindergarten) will promote PM growth, whereas those that provide few opportunities (overprotective parents vs. less protective parents) will impede it. Early research contrasted PM in 60 six-year-olds who had been kept back in kindergarten or sent to the first grade of primary school eight months before. In Research 2, 60 preschoolers aged 3–6 were studied to see if there was a connection between parental attitudes and their children's PM. According to our standards, six-year-olds who advanced to first grade showed better PM than those who remained in kindergarten, and children of more overprotective parents showed worse PM than children of less protective parents. Future research directions are addressed, as well as potential approaches to enhance young children's PM capacity.
Roorkee is noteworthy for being the first town in the country to have a railway engine run through its tracks. In 1851, a locomotive engine drove about 10 kilometres from Roorkee to Piran Kaliyar, and the same prototype is retained outside the railway station for reference. The first passenger train from Bombay to Thane did not arrive until over two years later. In 1845, shortly after the Great Ganges Canal was completed, a civil engineering school was established in the area, allowing local youngsters to be trained in various occupations in this field and assist in the construction of the Upper Ganges Canal. This was the first engineering college that was formally founded when Sir James Thomason, the Lieutenant Governor of the North West Province, proposed it. However, after Sir Thomason's death in 1953, the college was renamed Thomason College of Civil Engineering, which was eventually promoted to the University of Roorkee and later changed into one of the branches of Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee by an act of parliament.
Apart from that, Roorkee has been recognised for the first time in several areas across the country with sophisticated facilities. It was one of the few towns in the country to have a post office, and it also had the country's first telegraphic office. It was also the first of several towns to receive hydroelectric power. Even the country's first aqueduct was built in Roorkee, over the Solani River.
EDUCATION IN ROORKEE
Over the last decade, Roorkee's education demand has been on the rise. Roorkee underwent a significant transformation just a few years ago, with many people migrating to the city and an increase in the demand for education. Today, Roorkee is home to some of the country's best colleges, all of which provide excellent education to aspiring students. The schools of Roorkee are associated with CBSE education, and foreign schools with international curriculum and modern teaching methods are on the rise. Many schools are also changing their teaching strategies. Most schools are affected by digital classroom and smart-class learning, while others prefer alternative teaching strategies such as audio-video learning, IT-centric studies, extra-curricular activities, and so on. However, this does not mean that conventional learning methods are being neglected. Whenever it comes to education, Roorkee citizens have a wide range of demands and aspirations for their children's education. For this reason, Roorkee has some of the best schools in the country that serve its residents and their children.
CBSE SCHOOLS IN ROORKEE
- SHIVALIK PUBLIC SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
- SHREE YOGESHWAR SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
- ST. MARKS ACADEMY SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
- THE LAUREATE SCHOOL
- MONTFORT SCHOOL
- GREENWAY MODERN SCHOOL
- ST ANN'S SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
- ARMY PUBLIC SCHOOL
- KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA
- MOUNT LITERA ZEE SCHOOL
- THE ESPEE GLOBAL SCHOOL
- SMALL WORLD HIGH SCHOOL
- DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL
- ADARSH BAL NIKETAN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL