West Delhi schools also keep parents in mind while educating the child
Rise of residential colonies in the region also means the area is becoming home to several good schools reports Manoj Sharma
The school, which had a humble beginning in tents with about 117 students, continues to be one of the most sought-after schools in west Delhi.
The school, whose curriculum is harmonious blend of academics, sports and extra curricular activities, also gives individual attention to students a lot of importance. A lot of emphasis is laid on play, activities and projects. For students of pre-primary and primary classes, small expeditions, movie shows and nature walks are organised.
Hansraj Model School was established in 1966. It is one of the oldest and the most sought-after schools in west Delhi.
Southeast Delhi schools have emerged as an alternative to older, more established schools
Students describe Mother’s International School as stress-free and parents describe it as hassle-free.
The school finds its 2.6 acre campus limiting as far as expansion of infrastructure and sporting facilities are concerned. This is the reason the school falls behind other schools in the categories of sports and infrastructure.
The school excels in sports despite facing a space crunch after the DMRC took away some of the school’s land for Metro construction.
Southwest Delhi has managed to surprise all by becoming an educational hub with special traits
Southwest Delhi schools are catching parents’ fancy who look for institutes that focus on all-round development
The school invests a lot in teacher training programmes, with the teachers attending regular workshops and seminars, to constantly upgrade their skills. TSRS lays a lot of emphasis on students with special education needs and these students engage in many extra and co-curricular activities throughout the year.
Vasant Valley gives equal importance to sports as well, with its students bringing laurels to the school.
Springdales has made promising efforts in the fields of community service and helped eradicate illiteracy. Its unique inclusive education program ensures that children with special needs, as also those from economically backward homes get every opportunity to join the mainstream.
Equal stress on academics and sports help schools in north Delhi come up top
North Delhi is slowly but surely developing as a strong hub of education reports Harsha Baruah
DPS, Rohini, has topped the rankings for the north zone for the second consecutive year.
Montfort School, Ashok Vihar, has climbed up from fourth position last year to the top of the rankings in the north zone this year.
BBPS has various clubs as well, such as the Paper Recycling Club, the Gardening Club and the Pinnacle Club, where students can learn different forms of programming, animation and advanced graphics.
East Delhi schools are not very old. But in a short span, they have made a big difference
Schools in this area can stand in competition with any south Delhi school reports Preetika Rana
The school envisions imparting education and creating global leaders out of students from all walks of life, including slow learners and the physically challenged.
The school has smart classrooms that include projectors and audio-visuals modules. Teachers too undergo continuous training and attend regular workshops to hone their skills.
The school was established in September 1988 by the Shanti Devi Progressive Education Society and is spread over three acres, has 11 laboratories and six IT-enabled learning rooms, two multipurpose auditoriums and several clubs.
Great infrastructure, reputation & stress on academics, help Central Delhi schools stay ahead
The schools in central Delhi years ago, are the preferred choice of parents today
The school is way ahead of other schools in infrastructure, extra-curricular activities, sports and competence of teachers.
The school has almost one teacher for every 12 students, a ratio that is much better than that of most other schools.
Delhi Public School (DPS), Mathura Road, is the parent school of the DPS Society, which now has 130 schools under its name including 14 schools abroad.
Last but not the least A mix of old and new, the schools of southwest Delhi are offering education with eyes on the world. Hindustan Times profiles schools ranked 4 to 10 in the HT-C fore Southwest zone schools survey.
Environment is a big concern for both students and teachers here.
Fun and learning Before introducing children to writing, the school
develops their motor skills
Across the river Schools in east Delhi have adapted themselves well to the demands of integrated learning. Hindustan Times profiles schools ranked 4 to 10 in the HT-C fore East zone schools survey.
Ahlcon Public School puts a lot of stress on co-curricular activities.
High mast Dedicated to locals and grooming students for success, Ahlcon Public School is East Delhi number one Piyusha Chatterjee reports
Campus Stories If some are good in sports, the others stole the show in academic rigour. Jaya Shroff Bhalla and Pranav Dixit profile schools ranked 4 to 10 in the HT-C fore West zone schools survey.
Rusheel Agarwal, a class 9 student of St. Francis De Sales, was awarded a cash prize of Rs. 1 lakh for his environment- friendly project on electricity generation from hydraulic power.
NOT JUST BOOKS Academics goes hand in hand with environment and moral education here
Sports and more Schools ranked between 4 and 10 in the HT-C fore Southeast Delhi school survey are neck and neck in providing facilities to students, find Meher Ali and Manoj Sharma
no. 1 Focus on values and co-curriculars helps Mother’s International beat rivals in HT-C fore top schools survey
7 Stars Harsha Baruah and Jatin Anand explore schools that topped HT-C fore North Delhi survey and find new age education has ventured beyond textbooks and blackboards
One of DPS Rohini’s strongest points, the Hindustan Times-C fore survey found, was its faculty.
Chart Buster Modern schooling principles and practices help DPS Rohini become no. 1 in North Delhi Harsha Baruah and Jatin Anand reports
All Here Big reputation, celebrity alumni are hallmarks of schools ranked fourth to 10th in the HT-C fore Central Delhi top schools list, find Tenzin Nangsyal and Kamayani Singh
What set the school apart from rivalsare its faculty and the strong focus its lays on student-and-teacher relationships.
NO. 1 Focus on students,co-curricular facilities help 11-year-old Sanskriti trump strong Central Delhi rivals
Not all schools in east Delhi are well-known, so discerning parents queue up to put their children in the area's biggies such as Ahlcon International, Salwan Public School or Amity International, located in Mayur Vihar. Zehra Kazmi
and Paramita Ghosh
report. Top ten schools of east Delhi