Comparison of schools near kukatpally

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mickey 2010-10-07 14:37:22

 

Hi Vizzi,

Sentia would be better out of the two and will be near to your place.

rgds,
mickey

 

baggy4all 2010-12-15 18:55:42

 

Hi Mickey,

You are giving excellent suggestions! I feel you will help me out also.

Can you please suggest which school is better near to kukatpally for my kid to join in LKG. My budget is around 30 to 35K.

Please suggest me.

Regards,

Manohar. M

 

VikasC 2010-12-16 23:08:16

 

Hi Mickey,

Today is my 1st day at this discussion forum and I can see your name all around who has provided people very valuable suggestions to parents. I too need your help to decide the school for my kid's admission in particularly CBSE board(near Kukatpalli) and I have budget around 60-80K p.a.

Some of my neighbours are sending their kids to Silver oaks and thay are very much happy with the school as pressure is minimum on the kids. But what confuse me, they have IB up to class 5th and CBSE from 6th onwards. How can I differenciate IB from CBSE? Will I face any problem in getting admission in any CBSE school, if I get transferred to some other city in next 2-3 years? How IB syllabus shapes up kids academic foundation.

Also, can you let me know your feedback for Silver oaks school (not to much concerned about the cement factory as I will look for some other arrangement for transportation)?

can you suggest some other good CBSE schools in Kukatpally area, which doesn't put to much pressure on kids? I would like to mention that my kid is relatively slow learner as of now and he is 3.5 years old and now he is in nursery in smary kids play school.

Regards

Vikas

 

 

 


mickey 2010-12-16 23:26:35

 

Hi Manohar,

I have replied in your blog too.

DAV, Kukatpally is good and falls within your budget.
The school is issuing LKG forms from 24.01.2011 (Monday) to 26.01.2011 (Wednesday) from 9.00 am to 12.00 Noon.
(Eligibility for L.K.G: BORN ON OR BEFORE 31st JANUARY 2008)
Pl see the below link to know appln form dates of other schools too.

http://www.parentree.in/groupdiscussion-6225/School-admissions-2011-2012.html

http://davkkp.org/

Hi  Vikas, IB- PYP program is very good.  But u need to look into it if you are having  a transferable job as it has to still evolve in Indian schools. You might not find this curriculum in schools where u may get transferred.  I will consult  my friends whose kids are in IB and get back to you.

Regards,
Mickey 
 

 

VikasC 2010-12-17 10:23:43

 

Hi Mickey,

Thanks for your very prompt response. I will wait for your further reply.

So, my criteria is,

- Good CBSE board (won't mind if it's easy to get transferred from IB to CBSE, in case I am relocated.), which can help my kid to build up good foundation. I spoke to the teachers in the silveroaks and they said that their curriculum is CBSE board but methodoloy is IB. what could this mean?

- Fee structure like 60-80K.

- School should be good enough looking the fact that my son is a slow learner (pressure shouldn't be that huge).

- Teachers pay enough attention

Also, please let me know your feedback on silveroaks and if there is any other good schools, which I can opt for in and aroung JNTU circle(7-8 KM radius)? I am totally confused about the schools. But that for sure that I want my son to study in CBSE board in long run.

I appreciate all your help.

Regards

Vikas

 

mickey 2010-12-21 15:04:39

 

Hi Vikas,

IB PYP curriculum supports children’s learning through their natural curiosity. Students are encouraged to ask questions, to critically reflect on their learning and to participate in extensions of learning beyond the classroom. It is more application oriented. Students get a chance to explore many things if the curriculum is followed properly. However, there are no exams in this curriculum.

I have spoken to Shailajakaranam who is very much experienced with IB curiculum and conducts regular workshops for various schools and parents too giving them general awareness. I will send her contact number through the inbox so that u can talk to her personally and attend her workshop which she conducts usually on Sunday for parents in Hi-Tech city. She is also a member of parentree. You could write to her through inbox.

I spoke to one of my relatives too who teaches in an International school in N.Delhi. I have been told that the IB-PYP program is too good and children will not face problem in getting adjusted with CBSE later. Transition to CBSE is not a problem. I think Silver Oaks will conduct regular assessment tests too. Please check out. If such tests are conducted, then your daughter will not have a problem in getting adjusted to CBSE in other schools in case u plan to shift or get transferred.

These days CBSE has become stress free. There are no exams till class 5. Regular assessment tests are being conducted and grades are given. In higher classes too, CCE (continuous comprehensive evaluation) is being followed. The Board exam in class 10 is optional.

You can also try in Manthan International (Madhapur), Sentia -The Global in Miyapur. You can read very good reviews of Manthan Intl in this forum by Seema n Atul, Harsha and Mithai. Their kids are studying in Manthan and the school believes in stress free education. Harsha has given his phno in his blog. You can talk to him too.

In Manthan ,CBSE/NCERT  Syllabus is taught using international curriculum frameworks of Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP) of University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). You can look for details in its website.
Your child will not have problem even if u opt for a pure CBSE school later on.
http://manthanschool.org/academics.html

Silver Oaks is issuing the forms too. If interested pl collect the forms.

Rgds,
mickey

 

 

 

mickey 2010-12-21 15:11:20

 

Hi Vikas,

As the above post would become too long, Iam posting the reviews of Manthan intl separately for your convenience which were given by a few parents in this forum.

 

You can see its reviews in the below link by Seema and Atul
http://www.parentree.in/seematul/journal-5941/Manthan-International-School--Hyderabad.htm


Review by Harsha . He has given his phno in his blog.
http://www.parentree.in/Harsha75/journal-5967/MANTHAN-INTERNATIONAL-SCHOOL----The-Best-Decision.html


Review by Vjmrhyd Oct 26,2010
http://www.parentree.in/groupdiscussion-3528/On-Manthan-International-School-Madhapur.html


Recently one parent(mithai) has joined her daughter in Manthan after a lot of survey in and around Hi-Tech city and Madhapur. You can see her review too.

http://www.parentree.in/mithai/journal-6301/shame-on-the-quality-of-preschools.html

http://www.parentree.in/mithai/journal-6362/Manthan-international-school-the-dream-school.html

 Regards,
mickey

 


VikasC 2010-12-22 20:14:59

 

Hi Mickey,

Thank you very much for detailed information. I think, I am convinced with you. Let me explore Manthan, Santia and Silveroaks option and decide.

I might need your help again. Hope you will be again abailable for the further doubts. Thanks a lot again.

Regards

Vikas

 

 

 

padmayada 2011-01-21 10:50:22

 

Hi,

  Can anyone please share the contact details of DPS Playschool at Nizampet road, Hyderabad.

 

Regards,

Padma

 

mickey 2011-01-21 12:09:12

 

 Hi Padma,

Below are the contact details of DPS playschool,  Nizampet.

+91 9618374307 , 040-23151060.

I think DRS Kids at Vasanth Nagar near Nizampet is much better. When my friend visited DPS playschool in Nizampet, she found the main lady who is in charge of the school neglecting the children who were crying  and also sounded a bit rude.

May be u too could visit personally and get convinced before taking any decision about this school.

Rgds,
Mickey
 

 

 

 

BalaHyd 2011-01-21 18:24:01

 

Hi Mickey,

Do you think Sangamitra is better than DAV. I thought otherway.

Thanks,

Bala.

 

mickey 2011-01-21 20:19:51

 

 Hi Bala,

I don't know any parent from Sanghamitra.  The reviews i have are just word of mouth. 
So I don't have  much idea when compared to DAV.

Regards,

Mickey

 

 

saahir 2011-01-31 14:46:46

 

Hi Mickey,

Thanks for the info on schools.I've read mixed reviews on sentia.I'm not able to come to a conclusion on vikas/sentia.Can you pls suggest me which is good.I'm staying in miyapur.

Thanks

Raj

 

 

 Former member 2011-01-31 17:12:05

 

Hi ,

we stay in kukatpally(near JNTU). By end of  may,2011 my kid will be 3 years old.  We are planning join her in nursery.  We need the suggestions to choose the best school among the Meridian kukapally / DAV Kukatpally or Miyapur / MVM  or any other school. we can afford up 40k-50k per annum.

Thanks in advance

Radha

 

 

 Former member 2011-02-02 12:33:17

 

could anyone please respond on my previous mail  on the best school among the Meridian kukapally / DAV Kukatpally or Miyapur / MVM

 

Lakshmipathi 2011-03-13 18:14:10

 

Hi Mickey,

Iam new to this group but i studied lot of answers from your side.Thanks mickey for your valuble sugessions regarding the best schools arround miyapure  and kukatpalli.My kid age is 3.1 Yrs (DOB:01/02/2008)and iam lokking for a good school in and arround 5km from miyapyre.I know lot of schools got completed its admission procedure in Dec 2010,I realised now. Can u please suggest me the good schools in the below schools list .My budget is 35-45 K.My preferances is.

1.DAV -- Admissions got Closed.

2.Sanghamithra-- Admissions got Closed

3.Sentia - I thing the feedback was not good for santia

4.Vikas-- Teacher-Student ratio for LKG is 1:35

5.Vignan--I don't no

Mickey, Francly specking my son is very fear guy and slow learning kid.Please consider my above points and suggest me a good school.

 

 

Lakshmipathi 2011-03-13 18:20:51

 

Hi Mickey,

Iam new to this group but i studied lot of answers from your side.Thanks mickey for your valuble sugessions regarding the best schools arround miyapure  and kukatpalli.My kid age is 3.1 Yrs (DOB:01/02/2008)and iam lokking for a good school in and arround 5km from miyapyre.I know lot of schools got completed its admission procedure in Dec 2010,I realised now. Can u please suggest me the good schools in the below schools list .My budget is 35-45 K.My preferances is.

1.DAV -- Admissions got Closed.

2.Sanghamithra-- Admissions got Closed

3.Sentia - I thing the feedback was not good for santia

4.Vikas-- Teacher-Student ratio for LKG is 1:35

5.Vignan--I don't no

Mickey, Francly specking my son is very fear guy and slow learning kid.Please consider my above points and suggest me a good school.

 

 

satyanarayana 2011-07-30 11:25:30

 

Nizampet kidzee is worse than KPHB

 

mickey 2011-07-30 11:45:07

 

 Hey Lakshmipathi,

Sorry to have missed this thread. I have seen your query just now.
Hope u have taken an appropriate decision.
I remember to have replied to  one of your queries  through inbox too.

Hope u and ur son are doing good.......

Rgds,
Mickey

 


DeviSarada 2011-08-10 23:51:03

 

Hi Mickey,

I have just registered in Parentree and this is my first post. Have gone through different discussion threads about good schools in Hyderabad.

We are currently in Bangalore and will be moving to Hyd around Apr 2012. We would be near Gajula Ramaram, 5 km from JNTU, Kukatpally. My daughter is studying 3rd class currently and would be in 4th, when we move to Hyd.

After going through many of your reviews/suggestions, I have zeroed on the following schools, which offer CBSE curriculum.

Sentia, Chinamaya Vidyalaya (Begumpet), BVB (BHEL/Jubilee hills) , DRS Internation School and The Creeks.

Not sure, how far are these schools from Gajula Ramaram place. My budget is around 40-70K per annum.

Please suggest the good schools in the order. Also, if there is (are) other school(s), which I am not aware of, please let me know.

 

Thanks & Regards

DeviSarada.

 

mickey 2011-08-11 09:25:11

 

 Hi DeviSarada,

You can look for schools near Miyapur, Kondapur, Madhapur, Bachupally Gachibowli if u are 5kms away from JNTU.

From the list of schools which u have specified, you could prefer Sentia, BVB (Bhel) &The Creek (in Bachupally)

All the above mentioned schools can be in your budget. Apart from these, u can have a look at

Vikas-The concept School in Miyapur( near Sentia),
MVM and Sanskriti school in Kondapur,
Prerna Waldorf school, Phoenix Greens in Gachibowli and
Euroschool, CGR International, Manthan International, Meridian &DPS in Madhapur.

Meridian, Manthan , Phoenix & DPS  might not be within your budget.

Rgds,
Mickey
 

 

 

MaheshB 2011-11-08 13:50:12

 

Hi all,

Can somebody give me the address of Sanskriti school in kondapure. I am unable to find it in googel maps.  It shows it is in Dilsukh nagar. Also, please provide with the website of the school.

regards,

mahesh

 

kumar1 2011-11-09 18:34:07

 

Hi Mahesh,

Address of Sanskriti:

Plot No.16, 16A & 17, Golden Tulip Estate
Kondapur, Serilingampally Mandal, R.R. Dist.
Hyderabad. Ph : 040-32418547, 9866000778
Cell : 9848102555
E-mail : Sanskriti.edu1@gmail.com

Website: http://www.sanskritieducation.org

Regards,

Kumar

 

 

ammulus 2012-12-03 13:55:18

 

hi mickey i am pavani i want best school near kukatpally for my daughter studying ukg now

 

AHS 2012-12-12 15:18:08

 

Hi mickey,

 

I saw that u r giving valuable suggestions to everyone. i want u to help me too.

We stay near Gajula Ramaram, 5 km from KPHB. My kid is now in PP1 studying in a nearby school. Pls suggest me a good school where my kid can have bright future. I want to change his school in PP2.

Also any reviews on sadhu vaswani kompally?

Thanks

 

 

mickey 2012-12-14 17:10:54

 

 Hi AHS n Pavani ( ammulus),Sadhu Vaswani is a good school.

You could also try The Creek ,Silveroaks or Kennedy Global in Bachupally.

Prefer Silveroaks first if the distance suits you.

You could also try DAV ( Kukatpally) and Sanghamitra in Nizampet.

Regards,

mickey

 

mickey 2012-12-14 17:12:10

 

 Ladders is also a good  school in Kukatpally.

 

 

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