India's Best Schools of 2017

India's Best Schools of 2017

India's Best Schools of 2016 | 2017

 

One of the leading career magazines called Education World has recently come up with a list of best schools in India for the year 2016.

Under 14 different categories:

This magazine has ranked the India’s best schools of 2016 under 14 varied categories and the categories are as follows. To bring up this report, a sample of 11,660 respondents encompassing senior school students, teachers, principals and parents were constituted the C fore survey.

Four months survey:

In the survey that lasted for more than four months, 120 C Fore field personnel in 27 cities inclusive of Dehradun, Darjeeling, Jamshedpur, Indore, Lucknow, Pune, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi were interviewed the sample respondents and rated schools in their region on a 10-point scale across 14 varied parameters like internationalism, special needs education, leadership/management quality, infrastructure provision, conflict management education, life skills, individual attention to students, sports education, co-curricular activities, competence of faculty members, teacher welfare and development, co-curricular education and academic reputation were considered. Let us get into the list of India’s best schools of 2016:

Day Schools:

Day Co-Ed Schools:

  1. Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania School, Thane
  2. The Shri Ram School Vasant Vihar, Moulsari
  3. Mallya Aditi International School, Bangalore and Vasant Valley School, Delhi
  4. The Cathedral and John Connon School, Mumbai
  5. Sanskriti School, Delhi
  6. The Valley School, Bangalore
  7. Step by Step, Noida and The Heritage School, Gurgaon
  8. The Mother's International School, Delhi
  9. Jamna Bai Narsee School, Mumbai and The School KFI, Adyar, Chennai
  1. Sishya School, Adyar, Chennai

From this list, it is found that two schools hold the third, fourth and ninth positions.

Day-Cum Boarding Schools:

  1. Daly School, Indore
  2. DPS, R.K. Puram, Delhi
  3. Modern School, Barakhamba Road, Delhi
  4. DPS, Dwaraka, Delhi
  5. Greenwood High, Bangalore
  6. SAI International School, Bhubaneswar
  7. Emerald Heights International School, Indore
  8. Choice School, Thripunithura, Kochi
  9. The Sanskaar Valley School, Bhopal
  1. Pallikoodam School, Kottayam and Ebenezer International School, Bangalore

In this list too, two schools hold the 10th position.

Day Schools for Girls:

  1. La Martiniere for Girls, Kolkata
  2. Loreto House, Middleton, Kolkata
  3. Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh
  4. St. Mary's School, Pune
  5. J.B. Petit High School, Mumbai
  6. Modern High School, Kolkata
  7. Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls School, Jaipur
  8. Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School, Chandigarh
  9. Rajmata Krishna Kumari Girls Public School, Jodhpur and NASR School, Khairatabad, Hyderabad
  1. Villa Theresa High School, Peddar Road, Mumbai

In this list too, two schools hold the 9th position.

Day Schools for Boys:

  1. Campion School, Fort Mumbai
  2. St. Xavier's Collegiate School, Kolkata
  3. St. John's High School, Chandigarh
  4. La Martiniere for Boys, Kolkata
  5. DAV Boys Senior Secondary School, Gopalapuram, Chennai
  6. Bishop's School, Pune
  7. Loyala School, Thiruvanthapuram
  8. St. Mary's High School, ICSE, Mazgaon, Mumbai
  9. St. Columbia's School, Delhi
  1. Don Bosco High School, Matunga, Mumbai

Boarding schools:

When the above-mentioned lists show the day schools in India that provide their best to the students, here is a list of boarding schools in India for boys, girls and for co-education.

Co-education Schools:

  1. Rishi Valley School, Chittoor
  2. Chinmaya International Residential School, Coimbatore
  3. The Lawrence School, Sanawar
  4. The Assam Valley School, Balipara and Jain International Residential School, Bangalore
  5. Rajghat Besant School, Varanasi
  6. Sahyadri School, Pune
  7. Sherwood College, Nainital
  8. Lawrence School, Lovedale, Ooty and Pinegrove School, Dharampur
  9. Kasiga School, Dehradun
  10. Miles Bronson Residential School, Guwahati

Here, the fourth and eight positions are held by two boarding co-education schools in India.

Boarding Schools for Girls:

  1. Welham Girls School, Dehradun
  2. Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior
  3. Mayo College Girls School, Ajmer and Unison World School, Dehradun
  4. Vidya Devi Jindal School, Hisar
  5. Ecole Globale International Girls School, Dehradun
  6. Ashok Hall Girls Residential School, Ranikhet
  7. Mussoorie International School
  8. Birla Balika Vidyapeeth, Pilani and Mody School, Lakshmangarh, Rajasthan
  9. Auckland House School, Shimla
  10. MCM Kothari International Residential School, Valsad

Boarding Schools for Boys:

  1. The Doon School, Dehradun
  2. Bishop Cotton School, Shimla
  3. Welham Boys School, Dehradun and Mayo College, Ajmer
  4. The Scinidia School, Gwalior
  5. Sarala Birla Academy, Bangalore
  6. Rashtriya Indian Military College, Dehradun
  7. Birla Public School, Pilani
  8. George's School, Mussoorie
  9. Birla Vidya Mandir, Nainital
  10. Joseph's School, North Point, Darjeeling

When the above-mentioned list shows day schools and boarding schools that are from India, here is the list that shows top international schools functioning in India as of 2016:

International Day Schools:

  1. Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Mumbai
  2. Ecole Mondiale World School, Mumbai
  3. The Riverside School, Ahmedabad and International School of Hyderabad
  4. Oberoi International School, Mumbai
  5. Pathways School, Baliawas, Gurgoan
  6. Aditya Birla World Academy, Mumbai
  7. Podar International School, Santacruz, Mumbai
  8. Mercedes Benz International, Pune and Pathways School, Noida
  9. Sadhbhavana World School, Kozhikode and Billabong Inernational, Santacruz West, Mumbai
  10. Ryan Global School, Mumbai, Oakridge International, Gachibowli, Hyderabad and NES International School, Mumbai

The tenth position is held by three different schools in different cities in India.

International Day-Cum-Boarding Schools:

  1. Indus International School, Bangalore
  2. Pathways World School, Aravalli
  3. Indus International School, Pune and Aga Khan Academy, Hyderabad
  4. The International School, Bangalore
  5. Singapore International School, Mumbai
  6. Genesis Global School, Noida
  7. Stonehill International School, Bangalore
  8. GD Goenka World School, Sohna Road, Gurgaon
  9. KiiT International School, Bhubaneswar and Vidya Sanskar International, Faridabad
  10. Indus International School, Hyderabad

Residential Boarding Schools:

  1. Woodstock School, Mussoorie
  2. Kodaikanal International School and Good Shepherd International School, Ooty
  3. Mahindra United World College, Pune
  4. Hebron School, Ooty
  5. SCAD World School, Coimbatore
  6. The Cathedral Vidya School, Lonavala
  7. Vishwashanti Gurukul, Pune
  8. Kimberley - The Boarding School, Chandigarh

So, parents looking for the best education for their kids can choose any of the above-mentioned India's Best Schools of 2016 for the best future of their kid.

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0 # Aayush 2017-06-04
Is JNVST conducted in the English language alone or other state languages, also suggest good play schools in Cochin for my younger kid?
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0 # Vivaan 2017-06-03
Hii, I am from Darbhanga, plz let me know To which board are Navodaya schools affiliated to and do all states have NVs in India, also suggest good cbse schools here?
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0 # Pallavi 2017-06-04
These schools are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education,CBSE NV schools have branches all over India except in the state of Tamil Nadu, find some good schools in Darbhanga- ST.Paul School ; Holy Cross School ; Delhi Public School ; Kendriya Vidyalaya
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0 # Jayesh 2017-05-30
Hii, My child is studying in primary school of Indore, now he want to give Navodaya exam, Is there any reservation procedure followed by the government for admission to JNVs?
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0 # Pallavi 2017-05-31
Yes, a minimum of 75% of the selection of students should be done from rural areas, while an utmost 25% of seats should be filled by students from urban areas, Also, 33% of the total seats are reserved for girls, if your child is studying in good school of Indore, can clear the exam.
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0 # Nishith 2017-05-26
Hii, I am from Tirunelveli, I want to admit my daughter in JNVs, Which classes are available in Jawaharlal Nehru Vidyalaya schools?
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0 # Pallavi 2017-05-27
JNVs have classes from class VI and until higher secondary, The same entrance test and format are followed for admission to all classes from VI to X, except class IX,, plz make ensure your daughter study from good school of Tirunelveli.
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0 # Himmat 2017-05-25
Hii, I am from Virar, I want to admit my daughter in JNVs, Which classes are available in Jawaharlal Nehru Vidyalaya schools?
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0 # Shruti 2017-05-26
JNVs have classes from class VI and until higher secondary, The same entrance test and format are followed for admission to all classes from VI to X, except class IX,, plz make ensure your daughter study from good school of Virar.
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0 # Vivaan 2017-05-19
Hii, my son is pursuing class 5th from Pilibhit, he want to prepare for JNVs, What is the pattern of Jawaharlal Nehru Vidyalaya Selection Test (JNVST)?
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0 # Shruti 2017-05-20
Hello, good to that your child is studying from Pilibhit, For admission to the class VI, the test will have questions under three sections namely mental ability, arithmetic and language, Weightage is 50%, 25%, and 25% respectively for each of these sections.The time allowed is 60 minutes, 30 minutes, and 30 minutes respectively for each section.
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0 # Aarav 2017-05-19
Hello I am from Agra, can you plz tell me What is the admission procedure in Navodaya Vidyalayas for different classes?
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0 # Shruti 2017-05-20
Admission to all Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) is done based on merit secured by applicants in the entrance test called as JNVST, other good schools in Agra are - St Peters College ; St Pauls Church College ; St. Conrad 's Inter College ; St.marry Convent School
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0 # Lakshay 2017-05-18
Hii, I am from Budgam, plz tell me What is lateral entry admission in Jawaharlal Nehru Vidyalaya schools?
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0 # Mukesh 2017-05-19
Hello, good to see that you are from Budgam, With a view to making the best use of the infrastructure and facilities available in these schools, the Samiti has been filling up the vacant seats in class IX and XI through an All India Level Selection Test, the district-wise details of vacant seats are notified through local newspapers for which candidates can apply.
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0 # Aarush 2017-05-18
Hii, My child is studying in primary school of Bardhaman, now he want to give Navodaya exam, Is there any reservation procedure followed by the government for admission to JNVs?
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0 # Shruti 2017-05-19
Yes, a minimum of 75% of the selection of students should be done from rural areas, while an utmost 25% of seats should be filled by students from urban areas, Also, 33% of the total seats are reserved for girls, if your child is studying in good school of Bardhaman, can clear the exam.
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0 # Rohan Older than three months
Hello I am from South Delhi, can you plz tell me What is the admission procedure in Navodaya Vidyalayas for different classes?
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0 # Mukesh Older than three months
Admission to all Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) is done based on merit secured by applicants in the entrance test called as JNVST, other good schools in South Delhi are - The Shri Ram School ; The Frank Anthony Public School
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