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Should I obtain a Detailed Project Report (DPR) before I start a school?

DPR is a comprehensive school development plan prepared in consultation with the school promoters, an important start up guide for those who wish to start a new school. Further it acts as an implementation guide for promoters and can be used obtain loans for the proposed school project. DPR addresses all major issues concerning the project, namely –

  • Vision & philosophy
  • Organization structure
  • Academic & beyond academic programs
  • Staffing & Skill development
  • Master plan & interiors
  • Branding & positioning
  • Statutory & legal issues
  • Financial feasibility covering 15 years cash flows.
  • Market pricing
  • Admissions
  • Documentation for staff and students
  • Technology infrastructure
  • Project schedule
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How to Start an ICSE Affiliated School in India?

Starting an ICSE school in India implies getting a school affiliated to the Central Council of Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) or the ICSE board. To get affiliated with the council a school in India must be operational and must have the state board recognition. Opening a school with a ... Read More


How to establish a boarding school in India

Promoters looking to start a boarding school have certain choices, The school can either be an exclusive residential school or it can be day school with facility of hostel for students as well. There are residential schools affiliated to every educational board including the CBSE, CISCE, state bo... Read More


How to Start a New School in India?

Starting a school in India is a venture many like to explore. Owing to the state policies regarding private schools which involves securing multiple licenses and permissions, opening a school can turn unduly strenuous. This need not be so daunting. We have detailed the procedure to start a school in... Read More


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