It will be constructed on the lines of Sanskriti School in New Delhi
The school will approximately cost Rs. 109 crores
Education will be available from Nursery to class XII
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav today laid the foundation stone of the Sanskriti School, at his official residence. The school to be built on the lines of the Sanskriti School in New Delhi, would come up at the CG City, in the Chak Ganjaria region at Lucknow on 10 acres of land and would cost roughly about Rs. 109 crores. The school will have classes from Nursery to XII and would approximately admit 2760 students. The cost incurred in the construction of the school would be borne by Housing department from the resources of the state government. In the first phase state government has arranged for Rs. five crore and the executing agency for the school’s construction would be the Lucknow Development Authority (LDA).
Each class in the school would have six sections and in very section there would be a cap of maximum 30 students. The school would come up at a 10 acre stretch in state government’s very ambitious scheme at Chak Ganjaria area. For the school, the state government has provided the ten acre land free of cost. Work on DPR related to construction of the school has been completed and work on the project would begin in April.
To manage and run the school, a society under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary, under the Society Registration Act has already been constituted and it has now become functional. Also present at the foundation laying ceremony were PWD Minister Mr. Shivpal Singh Yadav, Political pension Minister Mr. Rajendra Chowdhary, Mining Minister Mr. Gayatri Prasad Prajapati, Tourism Minister Mr. Om Prakash Singh, Chief Secretary Mr. Alok Ranjan, Chairman of the Revenue Board Mr. Jawed Usmani, Principal Secretary Housing Mr. Sadakant, Principal Secretary (Information) Mr. Navneet Sehgal, Secretary and Director General of Tourism Mr. Amrit Abhijaat and other senior officials.