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Vol -  10, Issue- 3 ,         Page(s) : 285 - 297  (2019 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


India is a diverse country with world’s second largest population. Ever since the Indian independence, education has been accorded prime importance for the development of the out country. Schools as institutions providing education have been playing a significant role in not only imparting education to children, but also influencing the society through them The Indian schooling system is diverse and complex and one of the largest in the world. Given the societal, cultural, linguistic and geographical factors the diversity in the Indian schooling system is often deemed necessary. But how do schools’ function and succeed as primary institution for delivering education and working towards a common goal of developing our young ones as productive individuals and citizens. The study of selected schools in Jaipur, Rajasthan gives us an insight on the differences that govern the different categories of schools and their impact on educational outcomes of children.

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