Jubilee Hills Public School - Hyderabad
City : Hyderabad
State : Andhra Pradesh
Country : India
Location : Road No: 71, Block III, Jubilee Hills
Postal Code : 500033
Telephone : +91 40 23548584/23607797
Category : Schools
Tag : CBSE
Listing added by : Parentree-listings
Classes: LKG to 10
|Jan 2, 2013 11:46 AM||By catch22|
|Ages:2-4 years, 4-6 years, 6-8 years, 8-12 years, 12-15 years|
My daughter is studying in this school past 7 yrs. What was a good reputed and school to be proud of has transformed into a school which is confused and impractical. All this thanks to Prinical who has take over 2 yrs ago. The teaching and teachers and events planning has become irresponsible, unplanned and without any priority to studies. The school which was once receptive to parents ideas/ concerns now has turned into totally defensive and justification mode of their methods & processes. My child gets lot of entertainment than knowledge. Almost every working day she is in some extracurricular activity, hence, need not attend classes as teachers themselves take her. The prinicipal is very immature to understand the issues forget about handling the school management.The standard of teaching is compromised, the girls' school dress is provocative enough to raise issues in higher classes, transport is not convenient and no body listens.I have practically seen how Leadership can make change.
|Apr 19, 2012 9:31 PM||By TSmitha|
They charge very high donations.Fee is also higher compared to most of the schools.
|Apr 20, 2011 1:21 PM||By HydFather|
Teacher to Kids ratio is very high.
There are 43 kids in a section with one teacher.
It should not be more than 20.
It is obvious that effectiveness/Attention reduces with more kids per section..
They also introduced donation.
Only benefit is the lower fees. ( 20k or so )
If you can afford higher fees, go to other school....
|Nov 17, 2010 6:26 PM||By Anu7|
Good overall development of the child. Teachers and students are coming from conservative background. Discipline is good.
Will be good if it changes to 5 day week. Spoken English could improve a lot.