ISH is one of the oldest and best International schools in Hyderabad. It has students from around 28 countries.
I am not aware of its present fee structure but I am sure it must be quite high. It was around
Rs 500000 4 years ago when one of my friends took admission for her kids in middle school. The teachers were quite good, long serving and experienced then and I am sure the school must have been maintaining its standard till date. My friend's kids were very happy with the school as they found the environment similar to the place where they studied earlier. Kindly contact the Management, Parents and students when you visit this school to know more about its staff. My friend has relocated to US else I would have given you the latest update. You could also consider Oakridge as such.
Regarding admission in Indian Universities, IBDP and its suitability to Indian entrance exams, my two cents...
IBDP is a very challenging, practical and application based rigorous academic program. It has a broader spectrum of subjects and leads to all-round development. Apart from languages, Computer Science, Maths, Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Systems), Economics, Business Mgmt, Visual Arts, students also need to write essays, give presentations, engage in some form of Creativity, Sports and also do Social Service. It turns them into Global citizens and is best suited if you want your child to study abroad.
CBSE and IBDP cannot be compared in terms of difficulty because the curriculum standards and teaching styles are quite different in both. CBSE is more suitable to appear for all entrance exams in India when compared to IBDP.
The results of IB are declared in July and Jan. Many Indian Universities do not take the predicted scores and need actual result for which the admission might be delayed in the Indian Universities. Though IB is a superior curriculum, it isn€™t in sync with the Indian system.
You could go through Mr. Ravi Lochan Singh€™s Blog too to know the suitability of IB curriculum in Indian Univ.
You could seek the Indian equivalent percentage of IB Diploma Programme points when applying for admission as most of the Indian Universities seek percentage.
few Universities in India give admission based on predicted grades as
most of the Indian Universities finish the
admission process in June and IB Diploma results are declared in July. May be
you could apply to such Indian
Universities which accept predicted grades.
Hope this helps.
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