Where to Give Better Education to Your Child
Proper education is needed everywhere especially in a developing country like India where 60% of the population is still below the poverty line. Ofcourse right education needs a right school. A school forms the foundation for an overall development of a child. Education does not mean reading the alphabets and the numbers only..it’s about both physical and mental development of the student. Education provided in a school helps one to develop his basic principles, morality and the complete outlook towards life. The schools nowadays are capable of extracting individual talent and prepare them for bigger challenges. Some basic things which, one should take into account before admitting their child to a school are discipline, vision, well-established and had been able to give its students a complete moral rather than just education!
Schools in India are categorised into 4 divisions namely pre-primary, primary, secondary and higher secondary. The schools are recognised mainly by the State Boards, ICSC, ISC and CBSC Boards. Schools may be residential or boarding as well as in the same city. Some of the top schools in India are: La Martiniere for Boys, Don Bosco, Loreto House and Modern High School in Kolkata; Bombay Scottish School, Jamnabai Narsee School, St Ann’s High School and Cathedral & John Connon in Mumbai; The Mother’s International School, Spring Dales, Delhi Public School and Shri Ram School in Delhi; Bishop Cotton Boys, St. Joseph’s Boys High School, Vidya Niketan School and Sacred Heart Girls High School in Bangalore; Little Flower, St Ann’s High School, Rosary Convent School and Jubilee Hills Public School in Hyderabad.
A pre-school is the most fundamental episode when you start educating your child. It plays an integral role to boost the self-confidence and optimistic attitude in a student. Kids and the toddlers are the main category of students over here. A pre-school is a play school as well since it doesn’t encircle pure education only but have extra-curricular activities for the children to grow. Pre-schools in India are: The Magic Years, Shishuvan, Step By Step and Kangaroo Kids in Delhi, Headstart, Casa Bambino, Saifee Nursery and West Wind in Mumbai, Red Apple Montessori, Eurokids, I play I learn and Bal Nilaya in Kolkata, Neev, Kara Kids and Inbloom Montessori in Bangalore.
Most of the private schools in India are financed by private organisations. However they are only affiliated to the State Boards for the Secondary and Higher Secondary Examinations. Some of the top private schools in India are: Doon School, Dehradun (Uttrakhand), Templeton Academy International, Nainital (Uttrakhand), R M K Residential School, Chennai (Tamil Nadu), Amity International School, Noida (UP), BGS International Residential School, Bengaluru (Karnataka) and many more.Summer Schools are basically institutions where summer courses are being taught. Summer Curriculum consists of the basic subjects of the respective classes as well as the other extra-curricular activities like drawing, dancing, elocution, singing etc. Most of the educational institutes provide summer education. You can easily browse through internet to get a better idea of the course fees and detailed structure of the curriculum about the summer schools in India.
Charter schools in India are secondary schools, which are government funded. These schools are free from the usual rules and regulations of the public schools. Charter schools work on a contract basis.