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shishukunj 1

Key Features
1. Awarded the ‘BEST DAY SCHOOL IN MADHYA PRADESH’, for three consecutive years: 2012, 2013 and 2014
2. Number 62 in the overall ranking of schools in the country
3. Special educators are available for visually impaired and other diff erently abled children

The Shishukunj International School is a co-educational English medium Senior Secondary school in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. It was founded by Dhirendra Davey, Prem Sethia and Rajesh Mehta in 2005 to provide quality education to students.
Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, the school conducts classes from Nursery to Class XII. It offers a variety of streams in senior classes like Science, Commerce and Humanities. With 220 educators and 135 fully equipped classrooms and laboratories, the school aims at promoting thinking skills and imparting conceptual knowledge rather than mere factual information. Judicious use of latest technology combined with hands on learning is implemented to facilitate and reinforce learning.
The school has state-of-the-art infrastructure for academics, sports and art education which is upgraded from time to time, keeping in mind the changing and increasing needs of the students. All buildings have access through a ramp or elevator to facilitate the movement of wheel chairs. The school offers a variety of extracurricular activities at the inter-school, interhouse and inter-class levels. Students also compete at the state and national levels in sports, literary and other co-curricular activities. These activities give students a platform to display their skills in various areas and contribute immensely to their overall personality and growth.
Admission at the entry level (Nursery) is based on a lottery system where each applicant gets the chance of being selected randomly irrespective of caste, financial situations, social status, etc. The admission process differs for secondary school where applicants are selected on the basis of merit, subject to space being available. Gender balance is kept in mind while offering admission at all levels.


trio world 1

Key Features
1. Residential school for children between 2.5 years and 18 years
2. Implemented i Pads learning programme in the middle school
3. Involves students in community service activities like fl ood relief for Jammu & Kashmir, campus cleaning initiatives, support for neighboring government school, support for orphanages, etc.

Trio world school, an international school founded by K.M. Naveen, first came into being in Bangalore in 2007. Trio world school offers CIE (Cambridge International Examination) – IGCSE, AS, A-Level and ICSE curricula. Started with just one academic block, Trio World School, over a short span of time, has managed to build a strong student base which possesses three academic blocks and is in the process of building two more international schools of the same quality standard in the next three years. Trio World School has opened Tots as Bengaluru’s most spacious pre-school.
The art of learning is incomplete without any heed given to extracurricular activities. Activities like the newspaper club, creative drawing and jazz ballet add to the pull of the institute.
Trio World School has started the i-pads learning programme in middle school which allows the children to have endless access to valuable information through ipads. Trio world school ranked third among the international schools in Bangalore ,fifth in Karnataka and ranked ninth position by Education World under the criteria of academic reputation.



Key Features
1. Off ers the national ICSE as well as the CIE’s (Cambridge International Examinations) Primary, Secondary and IGCSE programmes, plans to off er IBO’s Diploma Programme at the Junior College level
2. Academic programme based on a ‘learning through understanding’ making the children think independently
3. School’s Enrichment Centre caters to the needs diff erently-abled with the help of clinical psychologists, ABT trainers, Special Educators and Language Therapists

JBCN International school was established in the year 2010 by Pinky Dalal, integrating the best of national and international curricula and pedagogy to create responsible, global citizens through a holistic ‘Mind Body Soul’ programme. Her fellow trustees – Fatema Agarkar, Kunal Dalal and Hemali Dalal – have enhanced the school’s vision by bringing in international school management practices and cuttingedge educational perspectives to the school programme.
Learning is experiential and interdisciplinary, caters to multiple intelligences and individual learning styles, ensuring a real-world connect that makes learning meaningful. Children are encouraged to apply higher order thinking skills, to go beyond ‘information gathering’ to application, analysis and creation. The co-curricular programme is central to JBCN’s vision, offering a wide range of sports and creative pursuits as part of a child’s daily school hours programme. Each co-curricular, whether it is chess, swimming, music or theatre arts, has been picked to plays a crucial role in every child’s physical, cognitive and creative development, and hence is compulsory for all at each grade level. Global exposure is provided through international sporting and educational trips which provide the required international perspectives.
JBCN’s infrastructure too supports the high standards of its academic and co-curricular benchmarks, with smart boards installed in class rooms, interactive Language Labs, a multi-faceted Language Enrichment Programme led by the Learner Resource Centre, a multi-functional astro turf and indoor swimming pool, Music Rooms, Creativity Centre, Performing Arts Centre, Information & Technology Centre and a Discovery Centre for Science and Math inquiry.
This entire gamut of learning experiences truly provides each and every student with the opportunity to ‘be the best that we can be’, as the School Song reiterates.



Key Features
1. Infrastructure includes smart classrooms, 3D laboratories, play grounds, robotics and engineering lab, dance studios, all weather swimming pool, etc.
2. Student exchange programme with The Ravensbourne School, United Kingdom.
3. Partnership with Brown University

Lotus Valley International School, Gurgaon, was founded in the year 2011 by Anita Malhotra (State & CBSE National Teacher Awardee) as its principal with Dr Shayama Chona (Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan Awardee) as its patron and Gurdeep Singh as its chairman.Lotus Valley International School is a green school with world-class infrastructure and top class teaching faculty. Lotus Valley International School, Gurgaon, has been ranked amongst the top ten schools of the region according to HT-C Fore Top Schools Survey. The school won the coveted award of India’s First Best School in Future Readiness.
The school endeavours to fill its students with the ability to think and act wisely, to be innovative and able to develop an in-depth understanding of matters.The school’s accreditations, authorisations and partnerships magnifies to the internationally benchmarked institutions offering quality education to pupils. It is in partnership with Brown University an Ivy League research university, Rhode Island, US. In addition, the school provides a student exchange program with one of the esteemed institution in United Kingdom named The Ravensbourne School, Bromley, through the Connecting Classrooms Programme of British Council. In future, Lotus Valley International School would be collaborating with leading universities from Toronto, Singapore and Warwick.


greenwood 2

Key Features
1. It off ers counselling service to students from diff erent nationalities who fi nd it diffi cult to adapt to a new environment

Established in 2004 in Bangalore (India), Greenwood High International School offers a twin curriculum of IGSCE and ICSE (Indian Council of Secondary Education) up to Grade 10 and the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme for grade 11 and 12. The school, founded by Bijay Agarwal, is one of the rising schools in the country with a campus spread across 40 acres with a built up area of 6 lakh square feet offering world class infrastructure equipped with science, computer and math laboratories.
Admission to the school is based on a written test and an interview in presence of the parents. The school management software enables parents to track their child’s academic progress report, attendance records, class teacher comments, fees status, health and library book records on a regular basis.
The library is well stocked with books, magazines and CDs covering a wide range of subjects across 20,000 book titles catering to the needs of students and faculty. The institution has well-equipped classrooms with Internet access for students and faculties. It also provides provision of recreation igniting the factor refreshments lining up several extracurricular and sports activities like tennis, foot ball, hockey and so on.



Key Features
1. 5-acre lush green campus with 84 Smart classrooms, air-conditioned auditorium with a capacity to seat 1,000 people, four fully AV-equipped science laboratories, medical infi rmary , computerised air-conditioned library, etc.
2. Recipient of the British Council International School Award 2015-18
3. School principal Seema Jerath is recipient of National Award to Teachers, 2012, from the President of India

Established in 1996, DLF Public School was shaped by Darbari Lal Foundation, a trust set up in the memory of notable educationist and visionary Shri Darbari Lal ji. The school endeavours to provide liberal education to its students and this stems from the vision of Dr. Rakesh Khullar, chairman of the school.
The school offers customary templatised courses in science, commerce and humanities streams. Innovative ideas like flipped classrooms approach allowing an access to virtual world, peer learning programmes, experimental learning through games like Grammar Throw ball, THOTS labs for cultivating thinking and life skills, huge impetus to group work and collaborative learning, PEC (Physical Education Cards) and so on find place on an itinerary that’s geared at structuring six essential skills of 21st century learning: communication, creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, character and citizenship. The school has also engaged its students and teachers in several exchange programmes with countries like Russia, Scotland, Dubai, Thailand and Japan. Strong emphasis is also given on developing not just the mental but also the physical ability of the students.
The school has been recognised and awarded at national and international forums for various unique initiatives, one being the building of entrepreneurship skills in its students and winning the Top Global Prize of $5000 in 2012, and the Business Development Prize of $2000 in 2013 at the School Enterprise Challenge, by UK-based Teach A Man to Fish. The school is lauded for its childcentric approach.

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