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They too make the grade: The next five

HT correspondents, Hindustan Times  New Delhi, December 12, 2013
First Published: 00:47 IST(12/12/2013) | Last Updated: 01:42 IST(12/12/2013)

They may not have made it to the Top Ten, but they hold as much promise as their crowned counterparts. Here is a list of other options in south-east Delhi.

The top ten schools are , Mother’s International, Blue Bells international, The Indian school, Amity International, Laxman public school, Gyan Bharati School, Apeejay school, Birla Vidya Niketan, Amity International, St George’s School.

The next five in the list are Don Bosco school, Tagore international, Apeejay school, KR Mangalam world, Cambridge school.

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Alaknanda


Established in the year 1980, the school has mathematics and economics clubs which aim to broaden the horizon of the regular curriculum. A unique initiative by the school called ‘Ankur Don Bosco’ engages students and teachers in extending education to the underprivileged children of the neighbourhood.


Tagore international

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There are 12,000 books in the school library on various subjects, such as science, commerce, literature, language, fiction as well as reference books. They organise special events and workshops for the tiny tots. The school kitchen has a cooking range and cooking vessels where students learn to prepare and present snacks that are healthy under the guidance of teachers.


Apeejay school

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The school has spacious and well- equipped labs for biology, chemistry, computers, electronics, home science, mathematics and physics. The library has a rich collection (more than 14,000) of latest books in different fields. The school also has an  audio-visual room to enhance teaching through the use of technology with the aid of a LCD Projector.

KR Mangalam world
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Greater Kailash-2

In keeping with the growing need for IT proficiency, there is a TV and computer in every classroom. The school has modern language labs. The school recognises the importance of international culture and customs. The school also provides world-class sports facilities including a state-of-the-art football ground, basketball ground, tennis court etc.

Cambridge school
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Srinivaspuri

The school is situated on a 4.75 acre site and provides extensive grounds and diverse play areas, including tennis court, volley ball, football, cricket pitch and basketball unit. A large fully air conditioned auditorium-cum-multi-purpose hall is available for a variety of activities and programmes. The average teacher student ratio is 1: 40.

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