Feedback about Olive Public school

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 Former member 2013-01-08 15:19:32


Dear Parents

Am trying for admission of my daughter in Std 7 in Olive. Kindly share your feedback on this school?

Do they have CBSE affliation? Upto what STD they have class and Fee structure.


Joemom 2013-01-08 18:32:23


Hi Saravanan,

I hope you are referring to the one which is located in Chitlapakkam. I have not heard any good reviews about that also campus is not so good. This feedback I got some time back, however you can check recent updates also




 Former member 2013-01-09 19:15:33


Thanks Joemom.


Rajakilpakkam 2013-01-28 23:16:13


There are only very few students in classes above 4 and there will be no competition if the strength is less. Also the school is not like what it looks like. They make it look attractive by showing of but nothing is in action. My sincere advise would be check out for better schools.


Sprightee 2013-01-31 23:32:33



what are the other schools in that area?


 Former member 2013-02-01 09:51:43


Thanks Rajakilpakkam


parent3 2013-02-24 14:59:01


Its fairly a new school, but this year the strength has increased tremendously in the higher classes as well, not to mention all their lower classes are overloaded. I sincerely feel that the school given a lot of personalised attenetion to my kids....and that has ben possible because the strength was a bit low.....the teacher's quality is much better than a lot of the sorrounding schools......atleast they talk good english for sure. They follow an exclusive IT curriculum implemented by NIIT, and also a sports curriculum which they follow meticulously......overall ....its so good so regrets at all !!


G102 2013-11-06 23:22:30


Please select your kid's school with care. Please do not admit your kids in a school which has no recognition and not affiliated to any board. You can check the sites of respective boards (CBSE,ICSE etc) and education departments to know whether a school is properly recognised and  affiliated. If you admit your kid to a non recognised school, you are giving him/her education which is not recognised by any board. You will face the consequence when your child have to appear for Board Exam or when you want to get transfer from the school for any reason. If your child have to appear for Board exam, he/she needs to be studied under a recognised board. If you want to get transfer to another recognised school , the TC has to be attested by the respective board and the board will not attest the TC, unless the school  is registered properly (you will get admission in another unrecognised school, they won't need any TC at all). Please do not believe the false confirmations of school authorities that they will get recognition soon. As per law , a school should not be run without recognition from State (and without recognition one cannot apply for  affiliation at all ) and such schools may get closed at any time(refer the Chettinad A schools case).
Unfortunately some schools running in the area are unrecognised schools and Education Dept, through Newspapers requested parents to be aware of such schools.
My humble advice to all who seek admission in schools is to enquire properly and at the same time please get yourself aware of the State Education Rules. 


parent3 2013-11-20 14:37:24


The school was earlier running as a stateboard recognised Matriculation Higher secondary school for 13 years and they have recently applied for affiliation for the CBSE board (switchover to another board). This is very clearly mentioned in their website.


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