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Best Colleges/Schools in Hyderabad

YTushar 2010-04-15 22:59:50

Hi Everyone,

Can anyone tell me the best schools/colleges for 11th and 12th in Hyderabad....(I want to choose Maths,Physics,Chemistry as my subjects and want to write IIT-JEE)


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Ramakanth
2010-08-12 18:51:09

 

The main advantage is number of students per class is only 20 members (max) in gayatri........... Only now 18 are there........

Ramakanth
2010-08-12 18:47:38

 

Actually, I am a student of Sri Gayatri Academy, at SR NAGAR, The Faculty here is very very very ......... good faculty. Mainly when it comes to the matter of Zoology, Botany, and Chemistry, Physics is ok ok.... This college in hyderabad branches is only better and good for BIPC only but not MPC, I am now getting 130 marks out of 160 in eamcet, Lecturers like GVR Sir (BOT) and NIRMALA MAM (ZOO) are mobile and will be going to CO Batch at Madhapur and also SR NAGAR Branch. In AP, overall branches, only our srnagar (Only IC Batch) is topping with top six ranks, iam one of those. The college is perfectly very good. Nirmala garu and GVR garu come only for IC Batch. Sophisticated facilities such as TOUCH SCREEN BOARD, ACs, COMPUTER etc. Fees for IC Batch is 65,000/- per year and can be given concession on your percentage. I humbly prefer GAYATRI than AAKASH as it has no recognition, as it is a NORTH SUPERIOR COLLEGE. Aakash had been closed. Choose gayatri for a better result in your eamcet ....

mickey
2010-07-02 17:59:13

 

Hi Satvick, Nice to know that u have joined Sri Chaitanya. A lot depends on your self studies now. U cannot expect all teachers to be perfect. Don't worry, u are doing a good thing by starting from basics about trig. You will learn it soon. Its only that u need to put extra effort than your friends to cope up which u were ready to do before making up your mind for Srichaitanya. Once your regular classes start, you will gear up automaticaly. It is definitely a very good branch. So All The Best... Cheers, mickey

domainking
2010-06-16 18:42:08

 

Mickey... i have attended the seminar at ravindra bharathi. Yes they introduced the toppers. I have also attended in 2009 the same seminar. There was no comparision. This time it was low profile. Regarding ranks they claimed that 438 appeared from FIITJEE saifabad they got 111. It would be too initial to comment anything now on how my kids are feeling about FIITJEE. I will surely post how it goes in days to come.

mickey
2010-06-16 12:56:59

 

Congrats DomainKing..Now both your children are in FIITJEE. Do keep us posted about FIITJEE. How is your daughter finding FIITJEE ? Did u go to the seminar conducted by them at Ravindra Bharathi recently ? I could not make it. How was it ? I think they have introduced a few toppers. How many ranks are there from Saifabad branch ? It would be great if you could keep us posted about FIITJEE world school too in this discussion thread from time to time. rgds, Mickey.

vick89
2010-06-15 23:00:59

 

Hi, I have been going to Sri Chaitanya Jubliee Hills since Monday. Its a great school and teachers are mostly (not all) are great and teach pretty good. But we didnt get schedule or textbooks yet so we are learning basics. I have never learned Physics or Trig. in America, as they teach these two from 11th mostly, so I atleast learn basics and do good. I am learning basic trig for friends and learning.

domainking
2010-06-15 21:38:35

 

Hi Mickey, I have joined my son in FIITJEE world school. Will update you more after few days. I hope it will be a good decision.

domainking
2010-06-10 18:29:02

 

Hi Tushar, One thing.. dont go by ranks. Go by which suits u the best. Not all in Narayana will get into IITs. There are over 1,00,000 students in Narayana in all branches in A.P. for MPC. Out of 80000 who write IIT from AP, Narayana has atleast 25,000 of them. May be this number might be single largest in entire country for a corporate college running 11th and 12th. Think from overall prospective...and Good Luck !!

vick89
2010-06-03 21:06:11

 

Hey Just to update on my status, I enrolled in Sri Chaitanya Jubliee Hills Branch. Classes started yesterday but I wont be in hyd until June 10. Called them yesterday and they said for one month, classes will go from 9-1.

mickey
2010-06-03 16:09:30

 

Hi Tushar, Narayana would be better. What about your fees which u paid to Sri Gayatri ? will they refund you the amount ? My neighbour's daughter is going to Narayana Sri Nagar colony. I have not seen them for the past one month. I think they are on a vacation. But when i spoke to her some months back, she said it was good and was quite satisfied. Cheers, Mickey

YTushar
2010-06-03 11:49:26

 

Hi I enrolled myself in Sri Gayatri Academy,SR Nagar.But after the ranks which Narayana got I am thinking about reconsidering the decision.Which is better Narayana or Gayatri Rgds, Tushar

YTushar
2010-06-02 11:39:59

 

hi. How is Narayana,Sri Nagar Colony???

mickey
2010-05-28 08:39:42

 

Hi Domainking and Tushar, AP students have done really well this year in IIT. Even though AP students do very well in IIT-JEE, it was a thunderbolt when 7 AP students bagged the top 10 ranks. This is the first time that a student from the State has topped. Kudos to the topper, Mr.Jithender Reddy and all the 2094 students who have qualified for IIT. The good news is that even girls have performed very well this year. A total of 1476 have cracked IIT-JEE. Yes, Narayana students have bagged the1st ,2nd ,4th ,8th ,9th ranks. Sri Chaitanya student got 7th and Ramaiyya Institute's student got 6th rank. I heard 5th rank is secured by a FIITJEE Saifabad student.Its in some reserved category... not sure€have to confirm. 128 FIITJEE Hyd students have qualified from out of which 111 are from Saifabad branch. Day before, the staff celebrated the results with students by cutting a cake at FIITJEE. We have to yet wait to see the detailed analysis of FIITJEE Overall Narayana is more in demand bcoz of its top ranks in open category. It has also secured 16 ranks in the top 100 ranks in OC category, 15 in OBC, 11 in SC and 19 in ST and 10 in physically challenged. Overall it has secured 1495 ranks. I have seen this in DC. Sri Chaitanya too has secured 2nd,6th,7th and 8th in various categories. 560 AI ranks in open category and 898 All India ranks in all categories 120 out of 150 students in Ramaiyya€™s coaching institute have qualified. 6th rank goes to this institute in open category and 5th and 1st rank in reserved categories. This time Time students have also secured good ranks in IIT. I think, wherever u join, success depends more on student€™s hard work, dedication and perseverance. Most of the institutes have good study material and worksheets. So Tushar, if you are still in dilemma u can prefer Narayana or Sri Chaitanya. Just bcoz , Sri Chaitanya has not got many top ranks, it doesn€™t mean that u can drop your plan of joining here. Overall many students from Sri Chaitanya too have qualified. Domainking, do call up FIITJEE. Your daughter can bring a detailed report from the centre too. I€™ll update you once I know the details. Saifabad branch has done pretty well. Rgds, Mickey

YTushar
2010-05-27 20:59:16

 

Hi Please let me know your analysis on IIT results...

domainking
2010-05-27 13:41:08

 

Thanks Mickey for the information. Btw did you see the IIT results. Narayana has sweeped most of the top ranks. Fiitjee website still not updated on the ranks.Any idea how the Fiitjee students performed in IIT JEE 2010?

mickey
2010-05-26 17:20:00

 

Hi Domainking, There were around 40 students in Supreme batch. All of them have scored above 80%. The highest is 567/600 in class x this year. I spoke to Mr. Gopinath. You can also call up 040-64601123 0r 9885323396 to reach Mr.Gopinath. This year the supreme batch students would study IX,X in FIITJEE World school and can later shift to Kukatpally branch after X. Before the launch of world school, the Kukatpally FIITJEE branch had a tie up with a SSC school for Supreme batch students. But from this yr onwards, they will be sent to FIITJEE World School. Rgds, Mickey

mickey
2010-05-25 19:08:46

 

Hi Domainking, I think you can call up and find out.My daughter's friend studies in the same branch. Let me see if i can find out. She is in Ascent two yr program. They have classes thrice a week. So i can know from her after two days if she has to find out from her institute. Rgds, mickey.

domainking
2010-05-25 18:59:13

 

Hi Mickey, As i told you i am considering fiitjee world school for my son. I understand from someone there was a batch in kukatpally Fiitjee centre by name Supreme Batch which was started about 2yrs back and their batch has finished s.s.c this year 2010. If you have any access to this branch can you pls let me know what was the highest marks scored in this centre in S.S.C 2010. thanks

mickey
2010-05-14 09:41:41

 

Hi Sathvick, Sanskrit as such can be written in English,Hindi or Telugu too. You can choose any language to write sanskrit. My daughter is more comfortable in Hindi. You will have to enquire. You can easily go for French. As such it will be taught from basics. SriChaitanya does not offer Telugu or Hindi as second language as these are not scoring. You can opt for French/Sanskrit/Arabic. Cheers, Mickey.

vick89
2010-05-14 02:05:01

 

Hi Mickey, Like you said, I am still thinking about my choices in second language. I cant take telugu because I can speak and talk perfect telugu and read but I cant write telugu at all. So thats not a choice. I cant take Hindi because I can only understand and talk but have "0" skills in writing and reading. I can take French as I am already taking French presently in 10th grade here so I wont been spending much time at least for the first year. I can also take Sanskrit as my friends told me they too never had Sanskrit in school so it will be their first time learning it from ground up. I have no interest in Arabic, so thats out of my choices. My choices: French & Sanskrit The question I have is, do I need any experience in writing or reading Hindi for Sanskrit? Because someone told me I atleast need a basic knowledge of Hindi for sanskrit. I will only be taking Eamcet, so I guess I am taking the "NEON" batch at JHills Branch. Sathvick

mickey
2010-05-13 17:09:33

 

Hi Sathvick The Jubilee Hills branch is expensive than other branches. I called up the SR Nagar branch of SriChaitanya today to know the details (+91-40-65990408/09/10). Fees is 30K for first year and the same for second year (total fee 30k*2). You will get concession too if you register before the end of May i.e before class X results. This is near Axis bank in SR Nagar. You can opt for either French/Sanskirt as second language. Both will be taught from basics and are scoring too. I also spoke to Jubilee Hills branch. As u said they are charging 80K for NEON batch which offers Eamcet,Inter,AIEEE,BITSAT coaching. 90K is for ICON which includes IIT. So it is 80K*2 for two years. Here too, you can choose Sanskrit, French or Arabic as second language. I think u can opt for French if u already know. When I asked why the fee was high compared to other branches, the counsellor said that it was bcoz of AC campus and less no. of students per class (no. of students in class is 40 ). You can get the numbers of other branches from Sri Chaitanya's website and tell your relatives or friends to verify before paying at Jubliee Hills branch. http://www.srichaitanya.net/contact.html Cheers, Mickey

mickey
2010-05-13 10:15:24

 

Hi Satvick, Good that you have finally decided. Yes, MPC has definitely a wider scope than MEC.Opt for an easy second language in inter. Telugu will be tough for you as a second language as u can just manage to talk and read. I don't know if you have Special Eng now in Inter. Have to check out . Else you can take Sanskrit. Its going to be easy and scoring too. Be careful while choosing second language as u should not waste much time on this. You need to work hard on Science and Maths, so take something easy for second language. I don't know if other branches of Sri Chaitanya charge the same. I'll have to find out. Cheers, Mickey.

vick89
2010-05-12 21:31:47

 

Hi Mickey, Yes, I do remember the details you gave on the difficulties I would face with MPC and with physics especially. There were a few reasons why I didnt choose MEC then CA/ICWA. 1. MEC is NOT offered at Jubliee Hills Branch of Sri Chaitanya and all my sources including my friends and fmaily told me that they think Jubliee Hills is the best branch for me as it is close to my house in film nagar and it is very clean with only a 40 Student class. Also it is a new branch which just started last year. 2. If I choose MEC, I have no choice but to study for CA (not counting BBA etc.) and keep writing the exam until I pass even if I loose interest in it. 3. MPC will give we a wider range subjects to choose from. These are the reason why I didnt choose MEC. I also called and talked to JHills Sri Chaitanya about my issue and they said they will take care of my deficiency in Physics with special extra car druing study hours from 3:30 to 5:30. I will only be writing EAMCET and will NOT be writing IIT/AIEEE etc. as my parents dont want me to have too much burden on me. I did and again will definetly read the details you posted about NRI Quota and writing the exams. I have made my final decision to join there and will have my cousin pick up an application today or tommorrow. Also I talked to with my cousins who just finished Intermediate second year and they said that I can definetly cope up with the subjects through tutions and specail care and that they too will help me until I cope with the the subjects :). A lot of my friends from Film Nagar too are joining JHills Branch and combind studies shouled help me hopefully. Thanks a lot Mickey in all the details you gave me about joining in India and mainly thanks for the special info on NRI Quota! Will keep updating on my status here! By the way, the fee from MPC at Sri Chaitanya Jhills Branch is Rs. 80,000 Is that the same for other colleges/branches? Just curious :) -Sathvick

mickey
2010-05-12 14:27:07

 

Hi Tushar, If you are convinced with Sri Gayatri, go ahead. New colleges will always strive hard to prove themselves and will try to give best to its students...Even i have heard a lot about this institute. Cheers, Mickey.

mickey
2010-05-12 14:24:54

 

Hi Sathvick, Yes, I remember very well. We have discussed in the below link. http://www.parentree.in/groupdiscussion-3346/Joining-Inter-in-Hyderabad-after-studying-10th-in-America.html I have also written to you in detail the difficulties you would face while opting for MPC as u have not opted for these subjects in US in X. You have to start physics from the middle school level. You decided about choosing MEC in Sri Chaitanya and going for CA/ICWA .What happened? It is not an impossible task to study MPC in inter but you will definitely have to slog more compared to your counterparts as you may have to start from scratch esp. physics. You will also have an added advantage in NRI quota in EAMCET from this year onwards. Hope you have read the decision about this quota in the above link. From this year, the fees for NRIs in professional colleges in state has slashed, reducing a huge burden on parents as they were paying 3 times the fee which the local students pay. It is to encourage the NRI students. Do see my reply in the above link as I have mentioned the fee details too. This news was in Deccan Chronicle recently. IIT and AIEEE are gonna to be tough compared to EAMCET as it is very concept oriented. You can definitely try for these trying to concentrate more on EAMCET as you have bright chances of getting into a good college through NRI quota in State. You can get in touch with EAMCET convener too for more details. So make up your mind. Talk to your elders too who stay at Hyd and decide according to your interest. Any help, lemme know€ Cheers, Mickey

YTushar
2010-05-12 09:07:25

 

Hi Mickey/Domainking, Some of my other friends have joined FIITJEE and Sri Chaitanya...But,Sri Gayatri also seems to be good as it is getting teachers from Narayana and Chaitanya and they also teach with audio-visual aids. Rgds, Tushar

vick89
2010-05-11 20:44:36

 

Hey guys, Mickey, I am the one moving from america to India after finisheing 10th here. I am going to be coming to India on June 8. I am opting to join Sti Chaitanya JHills Branch, MPC, EAMCET. Any comments on this? Also when does this college start? Some of my friends are joining this college along with me and they said its starting on June 16th? Also the fee for one year is 80,000 Rs. for everyone in this college.

domainking
2010-05-11 18:31:59

 

Hi Tushar, Good that finally you have zeroed on 4 institutes. I personally feel it is your comfort level where to join. All four are good. Now bring it down to 2 and then take sometime to decide.

mickey
2010-05-11 18:23:42

 

Hi Tushar, It means that we have to take a chance. Is it worth to do so? I am confused too....After paying hefty amount to Sri Gayatri, it will be difficult to switch over to another institution later on. What are your other friends opting for? Are they open to Sri Gayatri ? It amounts to taking a chance if we go by the hype created... I think Sri Chaitanya would be a safe option. Cheers, Mickey.

YTushar
2010-05-11 11:11:21

 

Hi Mickey, This is the first year of Sri Gayatri.So we cant know any results.They are launching this institution this year only. Rgds, Tushar

mickey
2010-05-10 18:57:08

 

Hi Tushar, How was the Inter result of Sri Gayatri this year? How long can u keep Sri Gayatri on hold ? May be u can decide after this year's EAMCET/ IIT / AIEEE 's result.I have been hearing a lot about Sri Gayatri. But really can't say anything till the results are out. U can prefer Sri Gayatri if the result is good or else opt for time-tested Sri Chaitanya, Jubilee Hills. Do decide according to the past result and faculty. Opt for residential only if you don't feel homesick and are ready to dedicate sincerely your two years to IIT coaching. Cheers, Mickey.

YTushar
2010-05-10 11:57:03

 

Hi Mickey/Domainking, I have finally zeroed down on four choices- 1.Sri Chaitanya,SR Nagar 2.Sri Chaitanya,Jubilee Hills 3.Sri Gayatri,SR Nagar 4.Sri Gayatri CO batch(resedential) Can u suggest which one is better??? Rgds, Tushar

mickey
2010-05-07 17:51:18

 

Hi Domainking, Good decision ! She will surely like it. I have found a lot of change in FIITJE's approach this year for ASCENT 2 yr pgm. In fact i approached the Academics in charge and spoke at length regarding their follow up with students which wasn't up to mark as promised and i ended up engaging a faculty too in spite of paying a hefty amount to them. The classes have commenced recently and the approach seems to be good. So far...so good. Lets see. I will update you in case i get any info about World school. Rgds, Mickey

domainking
2010-05-07 17:14:58

 

Hi Mickey.. I was out of station on business trip. Finally i have taken a call on FIITJEE and joined my daughter there. Lets see how it goes..Now seriously thinking for my son to change to fiitjee world school. Will update you soon on this. Meanwhile let me know if you cud get any details or any suggestions from your end on fiitjee world school. domainking

mickey
2010-04-30 20:37:08

 

Hi Domainking, FIITJEE basically concentrates on IITs. State Maths is excellent right from lower classes. In higher classes too, it is of very high standard. Hence many students from AP get selected in IITs every year. I think this might be the main reason. I am not sure. To get State affiliation is easier than CBSE or ICSE boards I think. You are right. Students from CBSE and ICSE perform well in competitive exams. But in 11th and 12th , the students from CBSE/ICSE and opting for SSC are doing well as they have more analytical and conceptual skills. In their board exams , questions are not from text book. They are concept oriented whereas in State Board exams, questions come directly from text book. FIITJEE World School looks quite promising. But it's too early to say anything. Rgds, Mickey.

domainking
2010-04-30 08:27:39

 

Hi Mickey, Thanks a lot for your valuble comments. This will really help me in taking the decisions. One more thing i noticed is that CBSE, ICSE students perform well in competitive exams compared to SSC board. Correct me if i am wrong. I really do not know why FIITJEE World school has chosen SSC board and not CBSE or ICSE? Will they drive every student to go for IB???????? But overall it looks very interesting about FIITJEE world School.

mickey
2010-04-29 21:52:46

 

Hi Domainking, I don't think FIITJEE is driving students to competitive exams and has less focus on boards. The curriculum is definitely designed in a way that it helps the students to excel in Olympiads and other tests. I found it useful for the school syllabus too in class IX. They have not announced to register for any olympiad tests too in their classes. She has written the tests through Chinmaya Vidyalaya and has scored very well. I have been told that they will concentrate on X and XII boards and lay strong foundations in Maths and Science. So I have to wait and watch this year. As of now, I did not get any review from her seniors that they are only concentrating on Olympiads. Rgds, Mickey.

mickey
2010-04-29 18:03:06

 

Hi DomainKing, I wanted to mention that faculty should be experienced in all the three Boards i.e ICSE, CBSE and SSC in my reply below. Rgds, Mickey

mickey
2010-04-29 17:58:09

 

Hi Domainking, Yes, ASCENT two yr program which starts in class 9 is definitely helping my daughter. Had she been very regular to FIITJEE, I would not have engaged a private tutor. She was not regular in the fourth phase and could not give her phase test due to ill health in the month of Jan. I have engaged the tutor recently i.e 2 months back before her final exams in school. She studies in Chinmaya Vidyalaya which is a CBSE school. She is into many extra-curricular activities and had to attend many competitions due to which she missed a few classes on Sunday in the fourth phase apart from her ill health. It wasn't possible for me to take her on working days to FIITJEE and also the non-cooperative Van driver wasn't willing to come for her alone, I had to engage a private tutor. The ASCENT program will be more useful in X as most of the topics have already been covered last year. The faculty at FIITJEE is good enough. Children have to take interest in finishing their assignments and approach the faculty in case they have any doubts. I have seen them teaching individually to many students. They can approach the faculty on the days when classes are not conducted. As far as private tutor is concerned, it comes with its own baggage of woes. It can only work out if the person is highly experienced in all the three subjects of all the Boards i.e SSC ,CBSE and SSC. There are other problems too with them concerning their qualification, regularity and the trust. A person may be good at Maths but not in Science. In that case, we'll have to engage two or three people which was working out too expensive. More than FIITJEE !! Well, I have done lot of exercise on all these, got deceived too by one of the lecturers who vanished into thin air after taking the advance etc. So I narrowed down to FIITJEE which I found far better and stress free too. I may continue to have Maths Faculty whom i have engaged for some time, may be till she completes her class X or so. He is very good and clears the doubts instantly.My daughter needs constant follow up to study. If your son is regular to FIITJEE and does not keep anything pending and can study without you being behind him, you can go ahead with FIITJEE without any tutor. If not, engage somebody to follow him up who is capable enough to handle FIITJEE syllabus too. Regards, Mickey.

domainking
2010-04-28 11:08:40

 

Hi Mickey, I want you genuine assessment of FIITJEE ascent program.How is it helping your child? is your child in ssc or cbse or other board. If possible let me know which school. How is the effect of pvt tutor? Many of my friends suggested that having pvt tutors will help the child to learn more confidently. Do you feel there is a requirement of Ascent and pvt tutor? Pls dont mind me asking these questions as i need to plan for my Son as he is entering 8th std now. One of my cousin son has joined supreme program in kukatpally 2yrs back. The boy was average student when he was in Goutham school earlier. Now he has picked up very nicely and able to secure good ranks in various talent tests. However he scores not high in academics but scores well in talent tests. This gives me a feeling of FIITJEE driving students to competitive exams and less focus on boards am i right? pls let me know your views.

domainking
2010-04-28 08:52:47

 

Hi Mickey/Tushar, I would like to clarify something about narayana CO. Tushar you are right that narayana CO is 100 batch and it is residential. We did not opt for residential batch. She got selected in top 200 and was asked to take admission in Narayana at bowenpally which is not residential but will get the same faculty as in narayana CO.They do not provide any food at bowenpally and the talk is that residential program students also the food is not up to the mark. By any means even though Narayana program looks good but it is very much stressed. Sri Gayatri we are seeing it these days with lot of advertisements. It belongs to ramky group and they have diversified into education. Looks like another corporate trying to establish themselves in education market.They might concentrate lot initially to get those ranks. But i really do not know if the focussed students are joining there are not. Anyway for me its ruled out because of distance as we stay in secunderabad. I have discussed it with my daughter and she is now bit inclined towards FIITJEE and i have decided that where ever she is confident i would join her there as finally she shd be more comfortable and have to undergo the task. Only thing i shd say her is to ensure to be in top batches in case of FIITJEE.

YTushar
2010-04-27 21:13:13

 

Hi Everyone, I need additional inputs on Sri Gayatri Academy.Can anyone help me on this??? Rgds, Tushar

mickey
2010-04-27 16:03:08

 

Hi Domainking, If the child is from 7am to 7pm in Narayana CO, does it take care of providing good food to students? Students need to have healthy and nutritious food when they are under so much stress. It plays a very vital role in maintaining their health. So please take care of these things too if you are joining your daughter in Narayana. Rgds, Mickey

mickey
2010-04-27 15:55:30

 

Hi Domainking, If Narayana is near to your place and your daughter can cope up, you can go for it. I don't think FIITJEE concentrates only on top three batches. The students in other batches are definitely not serious and take all their assignments and tests lightly. It conducts reshuffling test from time to time, where every student gets an opportunity to prove himself/herself to be in the top batch. The faculty, teaching, assignments i.e CPPs are same for everybody, there is no difference. My daughter has been in A01(topmost batch) through out last year in ASCENT two yr pgm. Her friends from A02 also got an opportunity to come to A01 but they did not opt for it saying that the batch is too studious. As everything is same for all the batches they chose to remain in A02. It depends upon the child's interest and inclination. FIITJEE has launched its World School recently. So no idea how it is going to be.It is from class 6 to 12. FIITJEE World School is to prepare students for admission into premier colleges/institutes/universities ahead of IITs in the World Rankings. It will mainly stress on SAT. As of now IITB(IIT mumbai) stands at 30 and IIT Delhi has 35th rank in top 50 of World's Best Univs( Engg and IT univs).The first one being MIT USA followed by Univ of California Berkeley United States, Stanford Univ United States, Univ of Cambridge (UK),CALTECH (USA). These are the top 5 univs currently. FIITJEE is still trying for its affiliation to IB(International Baccalaureate) so that the students can easily secure admissions to US univs in under graduate programs. The fee is around 2 lakhs only for SSC affiliation. Once it gets its IB, the fee will shoot up. The school claims to provide extra-curricular activities and sports too for children. But u have got to wait and watch. It has world class hostel facilities something similar to a 5 star ambience. So u can imagine, what the fee is going to be. You can drop in at FIITJEE and take its prospectus/Brochure free of cost. Don't be in a hurry to join him in FIITJEE world school without knowing it fully. This is a time where your son has to play and study too. So opt for it only when you get convinced about its academics and other activities too. Regards, Mickey.

mickey
2010-04-27 15:09:17

 

Hi Tushar, You are from which school?

YTushar
2010-04-27 11:00:26

 

Hi Domainking, I think Narayana-CO batch is residential.If you write that entrance,they select the top 200 students in the test.Then there is another test wherin they select 100 students out of those 200.Then these 100 students will get free education for 6 years(Inter + Engineering) Regards, Tushar

domainking
2010-04-27 08:14:08

 

Hi Mickey/Tushar, Thanks for your views on krishnamurthy and delta. Yes i have a same feedback as Tushar that these institutes are good in any 2 out of 3 subjects. For now i feel i need to decide on Narayana CO batch and FIITJEE.( Mickey you asked about how to get into Narayana CO batch. This is through entrance only and they select very few to this batch) Narayana CO batch is stress oriented. The college timings are 7:00am to 7:00pm. Being a girl child i really do not know if she can take this stress. This branch had 3 ranks in top 100 in IITJEE last year. And one has slogging capacity this looks to be good to join. FIITJEE: I understand they concentrate a lot on top three batches. Being in top three batches looks to be important. The advantage i found with them is the college is over by 2:00PM and they will have ample time to revise the same at home. Narayana or FIITJEE both looks to be OK and finally i feel it all depends on the child and one has to take the child into confidence which model will suit her or him. For now i dropped the idea of thinking on chaitanya and other colleges apart from above two and i will decide one of these 2 colleges. One more news... My son who is now going to 8th is in Narayana Spark batch. Seriously thinking if i can join him in FIITJEE world school. Any comments on this??????

mickey
2010-04-26 23:21:11

 

Hi Tushar, The ex-Narayana faculty who teaches my daughter at home says Sri Chaitanya at Jubilee Hills is good and has good faculty. I personally don't know any children from this college. He in fact recommended Sri Gayatri. He says they teach with the help of audio-visual aids which is very beneficial for students. Cheers, Mickey

YTushar
2010-04-26 10:52:06

 

Hi mickey/Domainking, I was told that these coaching institutes like krishnamurti and delta only expertise in one or two subjects.If maths or physics or chemistry is good the other two might not be good.Any co-campus(it maybe Narayana,Chaitanya or Sri Gayatri) will aim at the top 100 ranks in JEE.But,these r all resedential.Srichaitanya and Gayatri r setting up at Madhapur and Narayana is at bowenpally. Anyone knows about Sri Gayatri,NRI or Aakash do tell me.and,Mickey is Sri Chaitantya Jubilee Hills good??My frnds r saying that the teaching is ok??Anyway,i hv my options open and i havent decided yet... Regards, Tushar

mickey
2010-04-25 12:39:48

 

Hi Domainking, Delta and Krishnamurthy's institutes are also good. I have not heard anything negative about these centers. I have no idea about IIT study circle. It is difficlt to get into Rammaiyya as there are very few seats.It was the best institute in Hyd some years ago. Even now, there are many who prefer Ramaiyya's academy. If your daughter gets in Ramaiyya, u can join her without any second thoughts.If she is very sincere at Ramaiyya's institute, studies regularly and can cope up with the timings (4am), the chances of getting into IIT are very very bright. I am not aware if the timings have changed now.There are very few seats in Ramaiyya's academy hence the competition is tough. These days many are preferring Narayana and Chaitanya as it caters to all students irrespective of their scores in their entrance exams. As you said, Aakash is well known in North. I have my own doubts on its teaching and results at Hyderabad and also on the ranks claimed by Sri Chaitanya and Narayana. Do these institutes (Narayana,Sri Chaitanya,Delta etc) have entrance tests from time to time for their seats in IIT/AIEEE coaching ? Do let me know when should we approach these institutes after X for writing their entrance tests. All the Best to you and your daughter too !! Rgds, Mickey.

domainking
2010-04-25 11:08:25

 

Hi Mickey, Thanks for your views. I am also doing some research on these 3 institutes. Chaitanya:I met chaitanya people and was OK with them. ICON looks to be good course. I was bit worried about the ranks i have seen they posted for IIT. Most of them are in some reservation or other catageries.They give good importance for IPE also and it is stress free. Narayana: They do not reveal much on the ranks. They only talk of consolidated number. It is very difficult to guess them as the ranks they project are on all india basis.But Narayana Minerva branch has got AIEEE all india no.1 rank. I am little spectical about overall rank claims of Narayana and chaitanya. FIITJEE : yes you are right the ranks claimed by FIITJEE hyd branch is 300+ but out of that merlit list is around 95 and rest are in extended list. Still a better result. Next sunday is Ramaiah entrance. Need to wait and see. Do you have any idea on IIT Study circle? I understand they have tied up with Vidyamandir of Newdelhi. Akash looks to be good in Newdelhi and no idea how they are in hyd. I really do not know much about Delta , Mega krishnamurthy .Pls share me your views on these institutes too so that it makes more easy on my decision. thanks domainking

mickey
2010-04-24 18:13:10

 

Hi Domainking, I have been told that Sri Chaitanya which has ICON batch is better than Narayana CO, Bowenpally. There is a follow up too and lecturers take more pain and interest in teaching children in Sri chaitanya. Hi Tushar, There is one more update for you. Sri Chaitanya at Jubilee Hills is very good and has experienced faculty. You have also mentioned that some of your friends are studying here, so u can keep this option open. You can have individual attention too in Sri Chaitanya. Cheers, Mickey

mickey
2010-04-23 21:14:54

 

Hi Tushar, Not exactly. But they will clear all your doubts whenever u approach them and are willing to teach individually too on appointment. They are easily accessible and approachable and give their cell numbers too. They will not follow up until the student shows interest or inclination. However there is a general follow up of every student in all the three batches (A01, A02 and A03) after every phase test where parents can interact with teachers along with their children individually. Every parent is given an appointment to meet the teachers along with the child in which his or her weakness and strength in the subjects is discussed at length. I liked their approach. What about Narayana or Sri Chaitanya ? Are they constantly behind you ? Do let me know. Cheers, Mickey

YTushar
2010-04-23 20:15:21

 

Hi Mickey, I heard that the teachers in FIITJEE do not give individual attention to every student.Is that true??

mickey
2010-04-23 19:14:58

 

Hi Domainking, Your daughter seems to be very bright! Getting 50% discount in FIIT JEE is not that easy. Is the discount based on FTRE test in FIITJEE? Normally discount is offered after the X results which is not yet declared i think. She can choose FIITJEE which i think will benefit her more if she is self motivated and likes to self -study apart from the regular coaching which is given to them. I have already mentioned the advantages of FIITJEE to Tushar which u can read. Students will have ample time to study as their college is from 6:30 am to 2pm and 3pm on alternate days. Last year there were many students who got into IIT from this institute alone in HYD. Around 300. You can check their brochure and ad . Hopefully it is true. I have joined my daughter too in FIITJEE in two yr ASCENT program last year in class IX. Now she has come to X. I too have to decide as to which institute will be better for her after X. Mostly , i will be preferring FIITJEE. I have asked one leading ex-maths faculty from Narayana who also teaches my daughter at home to tell me the best of the two institutes which u have mentioned. He will let me know by tomorrow as he needs to find out from his sources. But whenever i discuss with him regarding the coaching institutes (Narayana or Chaitanya), he suggests FIITJEE. He told me that Narayana NRI academy at Guntur and Vijaywada is the Best. So i will let you know about the other two by tomorrow. Do keep me updated. It will help my daughter too next year. Regards, Mickey.

domainking
2010-04-22 15:03:02

 

Hi Micky & others, My daughter has finished her 10th class and have to join inter for IIT coaching. She finished her Xth from Naraya school and she is from Spark batch. Now we have 3 selected offers in hand... 1. Narayana IIT academy CO batch, specifically for IIT coaching with limited students a/c campus situted at bowenpally . 2. Chaitainya Junior college, secuderabad have offered very very high discount for ICON batch. 3. FIITJEE where she is offered 50% discount . Nano,gayatri,Time,Page etc did not appeal much for me. I am little bit confused where to join her. I dont mind about the fees but i am more interested in correct decision.Can you share your views. Also any other parent or students who has done some research on this can share their views with me. Raj

YTushar
2010-04-21 13:41:24

 

Hi Mickey, Thanks for the information.Regarding Narayana and Sri Chaitanya,I think Sri Chaitanya branch at SR Nagar is not that good and the branch at Jubilee Hills is OK(It is a newer one).Narayana Narayanaguda is supposedly good but it has long timings and has about 70 people per section.Narayana Nallakunta(AC Campus) is also good I guess. Do u hv any idea about these new institutes like Aakash,NRI,Nano and Sri Gayathri?? If you know anything do tell me. Regards, Tushar

mickey
2010-04-21 10:33:07

 

Hi Tushar, I feel FIITJEE would be the ideal choice. Though it is expensive, it is very good and result oriented with many mock tests before the main entrance exam(IIT). My daughter has joined the ASCENT two yr program here in class IX. You have ample time to study on your own too after 3pm if you join FIITJEE which you will not find in other colleges. Self study is a must wherever u join. You should be also self motivated. Your parents should not be behind you every time to study. So u need to plan your study hours which u can do very well in FIITJEE. You can also join Chinmaya and take simultaneous coaching from PAGE Academy at Ameerpet. It was suggested by Savitri in this forum as her daughter is in X1 and her son is already doing his Engg. You can see the ad of PAGE in today's Deccan Chronicle in 3rd page. It is also very good. I heard from couple of people. Akash is very well known in North. I haven't heard much about it in AP. Last yr PAGE had 254 selections. 14 in IITs, 60 in NITs,71 in BITS,11 in IIITs and 98 in others. 040-66777055,66254178/66254179 (PAGE). If you want to join in Narayana or Sri Chaitanya, ask your friends who are already studying there. They will be the best people to give you the correct feedback and do let me know. Your info would be useful for my daughter too. My advise to you would be, select a college where there is enough time for you to self study which is very very important. Every institute these days will give you many mock tests. So visit personally with your parents and select a proper college. Do write the Ramaiyya's IIT Academy entrance test along with FIITJEE which will be conducted shortly. You can decide later which one to choose from. At the same time do not get disappointed if you don't get into any Premier Institute. Life is not just about getting into IITs or NITs. There are many options to choose from. But do give your best shot always, try your best and leave the rest to HIM(Almighty). Cheers, Mickey

YTushar
2010-04-20 23:00:09

 

Hi Mickey, Thanks for the information on Sri Chaitanya and Narayana.I wrote my board exams well.We will be getting marks(not grades)as I was in ICSE Syllabus.Gayathri Academy is a new institute.Likewise how arese the new institutes like-: 1.Sri Chaitanya Jubilee Hills(I dont know how this branch is as it is a new one)I am considering it as couple of my friends are there in this branch... 2.NRI College SR Nagar 3.Aakash IIT-JEE College SR Nagar 4.NANO Academy My other options are-: 1.FIITJEE 2.Chinmaya Vidyalaya(If ITT coaching is available...) Can you suggest which one is the best??? Regards, Tushar

mickey
2010-04-20 16:43:26

 

Hi Suguna, You should have posted your query in Playschool discussion. You could have got quick replies from parents in that post.I am listing a few schools below. You have got to check out personally as there are many negative reviews about playschools which promise so many good things in the beginning but are not upto the mark. Playschools in Chanda nagar Euro Kids 04023032342,9949975539,9441231669 6-95/9 Huda colony 2nd Phase,Chanda ngr, nr Shiva Temple,Hyd Smart Kidz 04065243277,9346784141, 2-61/A/15/5 Annapurna enclave, Chanda ngr,behind Swagath Hotel,hyd Kidzee,04023833172,9391021421, 1-212/3/1 Engineers enclave Plot-204, Chanda ngr,nr ICICI Prudential Bank,Hyd I have read a very good review about Blossoms at Lingampally. 'BLOSSOMS PLAY SCHOOL' in Lingampally towards Nallagandla Road, next to MORE super market. The Staff and caretakers are very good in handling kids and the kids are learning a lot of GK. You can check out this school too. Regards, Mickey.

mickey
2010-04-20 16:24:40

 

Hi Tushar, Sri Chaitanya at SR Nagar is not so much preferred these days. Students are shifting to Sri Gayatri Academy as more attention is given to them. Narayana Junior college in SR Nagar is also good. There are 2 Narayana institutions opp. to each other in SR Nagar. Prefer the one run by Mr.Raju. The result of this Narayana is good. It is near Andhra bank. You can choose Sanskrit as a second language. It will be very easy in State Board instead of Hindi or Telugu. Mickey.

mickey
2010-04-19 18:42:46

 

Yes Tushar, I was talking about the Corporate colleges of Narayana and Sri Chaitanya. You can also enquire in FIIT-JEE and Chinmaya Vidyalaya. Call on the numbers which i have mentioned. Admissions can be finalized only after your X results.

suguna
2010-04-19 16:54:41

 

hi i am new to this n can anyone help me with good schools for UKG in n around chandapur-lingampally hyderabad

YTushar
2010-04-19 15:16:06

 

Thanks Mickey. These Narayana Schools are only uptil 10th..I think u r talking about Narayana Junior Colleges.I have enquired abt obul reddy Public School..They are giving applications only in May and they do not give any coaching.

mickey
2010-04-19 12:00:13

 

Hi Tushar, Well preferred. I know there are many branches of this institution. You should prefer Narayana E-Techno Schools not Techno schools. I'll let u know tomorrow about these Narayana E-Techno Schools. It is at Himayat Nagar and is much sought after these days. I will find out about Sri Chaitanya SR Nagar too from one of the leading faculties with whom I am in touch. In fact you can prefer FIIT-JEE at Secretariat. It has branches at Dsnr, Kukatpally and Himayat Nagar too. It has the two year Pinnacle program which is very good and has it's junior college too in the same campus. You can write the admission tests in April and May. But joining FIITJEE means , u need to do lot of self study. Their course material is excellent. You will have time to study unlike Narayana and Sri Chaitanya where you will have to slog from morning till night 7:30 or 8 pm. Where is the time for self study ? FIIT-JEE Junior College timings are from 6:30am to 2pm and till 3pm on alternate days.It follows SSC. I also need to decide this for my daughter next year who is now in X and is interested in IIT. The results of FIITJEE are excellent. Around 300+ students have got into IITs from the Saifabad/Secretariat branch alone, along with few EML(extended merit list) last year. You can contact them 040-66777001/66777000 to inquire regarding the test dates. You will be able to get concession if you perform well. Your X results will also be taken into consideration. Regarding schools, yes you can try Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Begumpet which had very good result last year. Six students have got into IITs. They have a special batch of MPC who opt for IIT/AIEEE apart from the regular MPC students batch. I was told that they are not having the special IIT coaching this yr. You may have to verify. My daughter is studying here and hence I know about this school. You can contact 040-23418012 for admissions. I have seen their admission notice for classes XI and XII on notice board recently. The school follows CBSE. You can also try P.Obul Reddy school at Banjara Hills and K V Picket which have classes XI and XII. Both are equally good and follow CBSE. http://kvpicket.ap.nic.in/ www.amsporps.com (obul reddy school) For Obul reddy school , You may have to take external coaching. I was told in this forum that PAGE academy is good by Savitri. I heard JHPS is starting Junior Inter. I am not sure. You need to verify. How did u write your class X exams? I think you will have marks as well as grades this year in your report card. Do let me know ,when u get your results. Cheers Mickey

YTushar
2010-04-19 11:07:46

 

Thanks Mickey for the info. I would prefer an SSC college as they would offer iit-jee coaching too...But the only colleges in Hyd are Narayana and Sri Chaitanya.They hv many branches.I want to know which is a good branch..I heard that Sri Chaitanya SR Nagar is a good branch..Hows it??Coming to CBSE,is there a school which offers coaching too???

mickey
2010-04-15 23:18:56

 

Hi Tushar, It would be easy to suggest if you specify the Board too. You can either prefer CBSE or SSC. There are not many schools which offer XI and XII in Hyd but there are plenty of good colleges offering intermediate which is affiliated to State Board. Generally SSC is preferred if u are interested in IIT-JEE as state Maths is excellent and above par. So let me know your interest. Cheers, Mickey

 

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