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What is the suggested student teacher ratio, size of rooms, labs and other facilities?

You should meet the pre-requisite criteria indicated by the state board and other boards (CBSE, ICSE, IB, etc) you are planning to seek affiliation from.

We recommend planning these based on the academics and beyond academic programs, your school would offer, nature of learning environment you wish you provide to students.

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How much does it cost to start a school in India?

How much does it cost to start a school in India? Can we get an estimate for starting a school in India? How much fund do I need to start a school in India? Why does it cost so much to start a good school in India? Are the most frequent questions we face from school promoters.... Read More


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 Start School and get IGCSE affiliation?

I have been running IB PYP program for 3 years. I am concerned that I cannot offer IB MYP because it does not leave the students an option to shift to any other board for +2. I think the Cambridge International or IGCSE students are better placed to excel in IBDP than my students. Does my concern ho... Read More


Do I have to appoint new Principal and teachers for my school for getting CBSE affiliation?

If you have an adequately qualified serving Principal for your school you need not appoint new Principal.

Appropriately qualified school Principal and teachers for schools aspiring for CBSE, ICSE or international Board Affiliation can be hired through online school jobs portal educatorOne.com

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Open an International School in India

International education programs are gaining ground in Indian education scenario, inevitably the number of promoters opting to start an International School in India is on the rise. Besides distinct planning, the following four aspects must be prioritized while deliberating to open an international ... 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


How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

There could have hardly been a better time to start/open a CBSE school in India and get CBSE affiliation. We say so because we are witnessing a change of orientation of the board – the 2018 reforms in CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws, which are by all accounts progressive. The curtailment of paperwork, cre... Read More


CISCE asked to clarify its position on holding remaining exams by Bombay HC

Expressing concern over the safety of the students, the Bombay HC has demanded an expression of the state’s “clear” position concerning the holding of the ISC and ICSE pending exams.... Read More


Which Curriculum / Board / Syllabus options should I consider for the new school setup?

         Many options are available; you may consider any one or combination of these familiar options -

 

  • State Board: State Government Recognized Board
  • CBSE: Central Board of Secondary Education
  • CBSE-I:CBSE-International
  • ICSE:Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE)
  • IB: International Baccalaureate
  • IGCSE: International General Certificate of Secondary Education / Cambridge University
  • Early Learning Schools & Child Care Centers: custom concepts based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligences, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf (Steiner), Montessori and early year foundation stages (EYFS).

 

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Comparing CBSE and State Boards

The education sector in India is expanding and so is the choice of the students and their parents. The choice which is much deliberated upon is the one between the education boards. There are many options to choose from which are mainly, national boards (CBSE and CISCE), state boards that include al... Read More


What makes you eligible to start a school in India?

Apart from having necessary land and required financial resources to open a school in India, sustaining its operations until it becomes financially independent and ensuring the continuous advancement of the school are the key factors for the success of any school project. Let us examine the individu... Read More


A case for Permitting Private School Teachers to Take Up One-on - One Tuitions in the Times of COVID -19

COVID-19 caught one and all unawares. All plan sheets were virtually formatted, and for a while, several industries went comatose. The education sector found itself in the eye of the storm and governments did not lose time in issuing rulings regarding fee-exemption to be effected by the private scho... Read More


How are parents selecting a school for their child?

It is hard to find a prototype of a perfect school in India. There are a host of factors that affect the efficiency and desirability of a school. Within the country, schools teaching the same curriculum... Read More


Accreditation of Schools Testifies Quality of School Education

The accreditation of schools is sometimes outsourced by the national boards including CBSE. These private institutions have, to the board’s satisfaction, the capability to assess a school in terms of quality of education it imparts.... Read More


Start an innovative CBSE School?

The term “innovative schools” is doing rounds ever since the new CBSE bye laws are announced. The new CBSE regulation simplifies the process of starting a CBSE school and implementing alternative educational methodologies in India by granting the composite affiliation to innovative schools.... Read More


Policy Changes Warranted to Ease Opening Private Schools

Private Schools in India are non-proprietary enterprises. Procedures to open a school in India must be eased to the highest possible degree to excel in the global developmental race, given that school promoters are committing their resources to educate children of India and contributing to the most ... Read More


Psychological Effects on School Children in the Pursuit of Academic Excellence

School education has witnessed renewed interest amongst parent community in 21st Century. The effort and research invested into designing the curriculum of primary classes reflect that amply. With the redefinition, school education started an undercurrent of psychological change in children. The rea... Read More


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