02-26-2015, 05:15 PM
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav Friday laid the foundation stone of the school Sanskriti built in the state capital, on the lines of the acclaimed Sanskriti School in New Delhi.
The school will be a CG city, region Chak Ganj Lucknow on 10 acres of land and buildings and other infrastructure would cost approximately around Rs.109 crore, an official said.
For the school, the state government has provided land free of cost.
The school will have classes from nursery to class XII and admit about 2,760 students.
The costs incurred in the construction of the school will be paid by the Department of Housing resources of the state government.
In the first phase, the state government has arranged Rs.five crore and run the agency for the construction of the school will Lucknow Development Authority (ADL).
Each class in the school will have six sections and each section, there would be a cap of 30 students maximum.
Work on detailed project report (North Korean), relating to the construction of the school is completed and you want to start work on the project in April.
To manage and run the school, a company chaired by the Secretary in chief, under the registration of the company has already formed and has now become functional.