such as ‘academic rigour’ and ‘infrastructure and facilities’.
Nursery fee: R34,080 per annum
Cambridge School, Indirapuram
The school scores high on parameters such as ‘extra-curricular activities’ and ‘sports’. New-age activities such as blogging and web-page designing co-exist singing and dancing. To encourage curiosity in the students, there are labs where they can explore and experiment on their own.
Nursery fee: R29,000 (2010 for class 1)
DAV Public School
DAV Public school strives to turn students into model Indian citizens. Like other DAV schools, it also draws from Vedic and Sanskrit traditions to educate students, which explains it high score in the ‘value system’ category. The school offers excellent value for money, topping in that parameter as well.
Phone: 0120- 2631202
Nursery fee: R35,300 per annum
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad
The school provides laptops to each teacher, and every classroom has an interactive board. The campus has an e-library and an impressive sporting infrastructure. It ranks highest on parameters such as ‘individual attention to students’, ‘competence of teachers’ and ‘infrastructure and facilties’ among others.
Nursery fee: Not Available
Delhi Public school, Indirapuram
The school gives its students global exposure. They offer foreign language training from Class 4. They have the second highest score on parameters such as ‘extra curricular activities’ and ‘teacher care and development’ among others. The school has an ‘environment council’ and an astronomy club.
Nursery fee: R59,950 per annum
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad, Vasundhara
Mainly but not exclusively catering to the township of Vasundhara, the school aims to create global citizens. Students are involved exchange programmes with Australia, Germany etc. The school has topped the survey in the ‘innovative teaching’ and ‘life skills education’ categories.
Nursery Fee: R46,380 per annum
DLF Public School
Each day at DLF begins and ends with meditation. The school believes in creating socially responsible citizens. The school system emphasises on culture and discipline. They have the second highest score in ‘innovate teaching’ and ‘sports’. DLF has several student clubs - from robotics to reading.
Nursery fee: R40,660 per annum
This all-girls convent school is known for its academic and sports achievments. Facilities for athletics, basketball, badminton and volleyball are provided. An active eco-club and programmes for the deprived, help make socially responsible individuals. They rank highest in the ‘value system’ category.
Nursery fee: Not Available
The school has bagged the top honours in the ‘extra-curriculur activities’ and ‘innovative teaching’ categories this year. Apart from the main branch, the school also has two primary branches within Ghaziabad itself. The school also has strong personality development programmes.
Nursery fee: R27,480 per annum
Uttam Girls School
Uttam School is a safe haven for girls in Ghaziabad, topping the survey in the ‘safety and hygiene’ category. It is equipped with a gymnasium, golf course and swimming pool. The school places great emphasis on etiquette and personal grooming, as well as building personality through theater and public speaking classes.
Nursery fee: R53,090 per annum