Some schools do and some do not. It depends on the schools you are interested in. If you post a list of schools, parents from those schools may be able to give you an answer.
I am interested in the following schools.
Maharishi vidya mandir
This is a good question. I would also like to know the same as my children are in abroad. kindly those who know the details, reply
I'm in the US now and would like to know whether the fee for US born Indian kids with OCI card and US passport varies from the general quota.
im looking for schools near medawakkam. It would be great if you could help me with your past experience
I am also in the same boat. I researched the same from schools (near Medavakkam and scholinganallur) and i found that only few schools like APL Global (IGCSE/IB ) charge a different fee for NRI kids.You can see in their website mentioning for Foreign students.
I have inquired the following schools this year for my Kid and they don't charge different fees for NRI schools.
1) Babaji Vidhyashram (CBSE) -Scholinganallur
2) SAN Academy -CBSE-Pallikaranai
3) BVM Global Bollinihill side- CBSE and IGCSE,Sithalapakkam
4) NPS international-Perumbakkam
5) PSBB Perumbakkam-CBSE
6) Vales Billa Bong-ICSE/IGCSE-Injambakkam
7) Gateway International- CBSE Neelankarai
Hi I do have the same requirement. Planning to relocate to chennai from overseas. Just wondering which schools provide admissions in the middle of the year.
I'm planning to be in chennai in Aug 2017. Pls advise which schools are good and will allow the admission in aug/sept
Btw my kid is 7 year old and currently in 2nd standard.
We moved to Chennai from US few years ago and I can only talk about Hindu Senior secondary school (CBSE) in Adyar as both my girls went to that school. Hindu school doesn't have any different fees structure for Indian citizens or NRIs.... For people moving in the middle of the year, please note you wont get admission in any of the CBSE/ICSE schools as admissions for the current academic year (2017-2018)would have already closed by Jan-Feb of this year.
You would need to join your child in IGCSE or some non-standard new schools in your localities. Pls be prepared to pay 1.5-3L per child per annum. All these international schools wont have any issue admitting children in Aug/Sept timeframe.
If you are really interested or planning to stay back in India for quite sometime, you can admit your child in international schools for an year and then change them to a more academically robust board of education system in future.
Hope this helps...happy relocating!!!
i am now in US.i have a doubt like is that true to pay extra fee for (US born Indian origin child)OCI card holding child when start schooling in india.are they consider in NRI quota in schooling?professional courses contains NRI quota with different fee structure.do u know any information about surrender US citizenship and obtain indian citizenship without OCI?i know there is possibility to surrender OCI card in indian law.but my doubt is what should do if want to get complete indian citizenship?
please share any information about this.This will be very useful for me.
My kids are US citizens as well but we moved to india and settled here 2 and half years ago.
As far as i have found - at school level there is nothing called as NRI category - may be there will be spike in donation depending on the management. Only post 12 in college the kids will come under non-local category and fees as far as i know is double the local born here.
@Parvathi - I believe you can contact external affairs you can give up US citizenship and take up indian citizenship if parents are indian citizens.