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Good teachers, sprawling complexes and sporting facilities make schools in Noida stand out. How are they placed to meet the ever-growing demands of parents?
High standards and even higher fees
One of the biggest worries for parents in Noida used to be putting their child on a bus all the way to a good school in Delhi. But times have changed.
Students who know what they want
Blackboards are not enough anymore. Students look forward to smart classrooms, where concepts and theories come to life in 3-D. “I love it when the teacher uses the smart board in class.
Smile when you enter, cry when you leave
Making parents equal partners in their children’s education is the next step. Schools have adopted an open-door policy so that parents can walk in and interact with teachers anytime.
The top ten Noida schools
Here is a list of schools that made it to the top ten in alphabetical order.
Social diversity key to inclusive education
HT spoke to Sridhar Rajagopalan, MD, Education Initiatives on the state of education in schools.
Beyond the top ten schools
The more, the merrier, as they say. With no dearth of good schools in Noida, here are other good options worth exploring. With each school having different strengths, parents are spoilt for choice.
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