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Top Ten schools of central Delhi

The 2012 Hindustan Times-C fore Top Schools Survey gave scores to each school across 14 different parameters, from academic rigour to sports. Here is a list of schools ranked in the Top Ten in central Delhi

india Updated: Sep 13, 2012 18:42 IST
Hindustan Times

1. Sanskriti School, Chanakya Puri

A centrally air-conditioned circular building houses the junior, middle and senior school libraries. The spacious gym contains a basketball court and table tennis equipment.

Ratings Topped the ‘individual attention to students’, ‘competence of teachers’, ‘safety and hygiene’ parameters etc.’

Phone 011-26883335

Nursery fee Rs. 1,20,800 per annum

2. Modern School, Barakhamba road

This school is part residential thus extending opportunities to outstation students as well. It is attached to Beijing Normal University, China and conducts various international workshops.

Ratings Highest ‘extra-curricular activities’, ‘sports’ and ‘infrastructure and facilities’ scores.

Phone 011-23316214

Nursery fee Rs. 60,000 per annum

3. Springdales School, Pusa Road

The school’s unique inclusive education program ensures that children with special needs and those from economically weaker sections get every opportunity to join the mainstream.

Ratings Springdales has the best ‘value for money’, ‘social accountability’ and ‘life skills education’ scores.’

Phone 011-25743248

Nursery fee Rs. 46,280 per annum

4. Delhi Public School, Mathura Road

Adventure activities such as trekking, mountaineering, camping, rock climbing etc. are regularly organized. There are over 50 clubs and activitiesplanned and conducted by students.

Ratings Second highest ‘sports’ score; done well on ‘infrastructure and facilities’ and ‘social accountability’.

Phone 011-43399200

Nursery fee Rs. 73,880 per annum

5. Sardar Patel Vidyalaya*

The school is equipped with a clay modeling studio and a wood craft centre. They have started a neighborhood project in which student volunteers spend time with children from less privileged backgrounds.

Ratings Tied for 4th place, the school has topped ‘academic rigour’ and ‘innovative teaching’ parameters.

Phone 011-24627344

Nursery fee Not Available

6. St. Columba’s School*

The school promotes a healthy atmosphere for sports including cricket, football, basketball, badminton. The Columban Open Quiz competition is the biggest quiz of its kind in India.

Ratings Topped the ‘value for money’ parameter; has the second highest ‘social accountability’ score.

Phone 011-23363462

Nursery fee Not Available

7. St. Thomas’ School, Mandir Marg

Students at St. Thomas’ are sensitised to the differently-abled and under-privileged communities. They also actively help various organisations supporting such causes.

Ratings The school has the highest ‘value system/integration’ score, and is second in ‘academic rigour’.

Phone 011-23340224

Nursery fee Rs. 33,675 per annum.

7. Bal Bharati Public School, Ganga Ram Hospital Marg

The school has laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electronics, Mathematics etc which give students practical experience to supplement the theories learnt in the classroom.

Ratings Second highest score in ‘life skills education’; done well in the ‘value system/integration’ category.

Phone 011-25723266

Nursery fee Rs. 54,340 per annum

9. Convent of Jesus and Mary, Bangla Sahib Marg

The school’s Community Service club undertake projects such as literacy and educational programmes for adults and underprivileged children, field trips, health campaigns, etc for the needy.

Ratings Done well in ‘value for money’; second highest ‘value system/integration’ score.

Phone 011-23747061

Nursery fee Not Available

10 Salwan Public School, Rajinder Nagar

SPS offers a special education programme for the visually impaired students. The Salwan - AFI Athletics Academy is committed to churning out world-class athletes in field events.

Ratings Done well on ‘innovative teaching’, ‘individual attention to students’ and ‘social accountability’ .

Phone 011-25864573

Nursery fee Rs. 41,740 per annum per annum

First Published: Sep 13, 2012 15:53 IST