GIRLS SCHOOLS IN AMBALA
Situated at the border of the north Indian states of Punjab and Chandigarh, Ambala is known for the presence of the large Indian Army and Air Force. The city is subdivided as Ambala City and Ambala Cantonment that are known as the “Twin City''. The cant area was founded in the year of 1843.
The city was established by Amba Rajput in the 14 th century A.D. but you can find plenty of different versions about its origin. Some believe it was named after the Hindu goddess Bhawani Amba while some think that it originated from the words ‘amba wala' which means the mango village.
The cloth market in Ambala is one of the most famous areas here. The market is believed to be the biggest trading hub for cloth in the Indian subcontinent. It has more than a thousand wholesale shops and retailers. The market is famous for its silk sarees, handloom, shirts, suits, and other dress materials, especially wedding dresses.
Ambala has many tourists stopping by on their way to Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir, and Chandigarh. Five national highways (NH-1, NH-22, NH-65, NH-72, NH-73) have made their way through the city. The district lies between 74° 33"-53' to 76° 36"-52' East and 27° 39"-45' North latitude and longitude respectively which covers an area of approximately 1569 square kilometers. The city is situated 900 feet above the mean sea level. There are 433 villages in Ambala. 1,136,764 people residing here (according to census 2011) with a literacy rate of 82.90%. Hindi and English are the two official languages of this district.
LIST OF BEST GIRLS' SCHOOLS IN AMBALA
- CHAMAN VATIKA GURUKUL
- JAIN GIRLS SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL, AMBALA CANTT
- SIKH GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL
- SOHAN LAL DAV GIRLS SEN.SEC.SCHOOL
- DEV SAMAJ GIRLS SCHOOL
- LSSD GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL
- S D GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL
- ARYA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL
- P.K.R. JAIN SENIOR SECONDARY PUBLIC SCHOOL
- GOVERNMENT GIRLSHIGH SCHOOL SULTANPUR
All the girls' schools in Ambala have recruited staff after evaluating them properly. The teachers understand how girls learn, their needs, etc. They know how to make their students comfortable so the girls can learn and study with full concentration. The classrooms are also made ergonomic for both teachers and students. The rooms are bright, well-furnished, and ventilated. There is sufficient sitting arrangement for the students and the staff. All classrooms have whiteboards or blackboards for teachers to teach. There is drinking water available to the students and some schools also have canteens. The government schools offer students ‘mid-day meals' where they get to eat food made at school free of cost, unlike cafeterias. There are labs for individual subjects like physics, chemistry, biology, geography, etc. The labs have sufficient equipment for students to perform their practicals or experiments individually if they would like to. The schools also have separate washrooms for staff and students. The students also get a separate space for parking their bicycles. The schools also offer transportation facilities for students living far away from campus and who don't have any other means to travel.
Students of an all-girls school are more comfortable with who they are as a person. They tend to take more risks and achieve more in life. Hence, the schools must expose them to various activities that would train them and make them stronger and better. The girls' schools in Ambala encourage their girls to participate more in sports like badminton, tennis, cricket, football, etc. The schools have faculty members for teaching dance and music as subjects as well. The students participate in fancy dress competitions held by the school and various quizzes, debates, declamations, competitions, etc.