I believe Unicent is an appropriate .
Sir please give me ur email id .
Im also planning to take admission at unicent for grade 7th.it will be the best if your children are joining.i stay at kothapet.
We are moving from US to Hyd . We have plans to settle at Nagole and looking for good schools arnd Nagole.we came across Unicent school. Kids will be moving into 6th and 4th grade.
Could you please give your comment and feedback on this school..Abt fee, extra curricular, teaching methods and discipline at school.
Thanks in advance,
Any idea about Akshara international school & Sanskriti the school
Unicent is the Best madam
Hi Shashi ji,
Akshara Campus is Good.But i dint find Communication skill there ,which is the most important.My child was with foster billabong school and as he speaks very well i dont want to go with Akshara.Even education is not upto the mark.Teachers are not experienced.Still you can go and personally check.Thanks!
Hello Shail7 ji,
Thank you for the reply.
Do you know any kids studying in Unicent..Could you please say something about the teaching methods, infra etc..
Is transportation provided..
Thanks in advance,
Could someone give some lucid distinguish between Unicent Nagole VS Sloka Birla? An example or two will be of help instead of just one word answers. Thanks.
My kid is studying in 5th class in Sanskriti - The School, Kothapet (DilsukhNagar). He joined in his 2nd class there.
Since we got my kid into the school, we found it has been a positive experience for both himself and us parents. They do ensure academics are well taken care of, which is the basic feature one would expect as a parent. The skills they try to inculcate set them apart from others in the run. I have seen my kid show inquisitiveness to learn new things, get better at drawing, show interest in sports, participate keenly in dance activities, etc., thanks to the grooming at school.
We have found the teachers to be qualified enough in handling their classes and students. We accompanied our kid in cultural programmes outside of the school, representing them on more than a few occasions. The school has also given them a taste of adventure sports like para-sailing; taken them on picnics in holiday resorts; invited external educational organizations to conduct assessments to gauge their awareness, etc.
There used to be French classes until last year, which I was very happy with. But since turning to CBSE curriculum, they have stopped teaching the language now.
To top these attributes, I found the fees charged by the school to be on the lower side in comparison to their peer schools.