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Top 10 Schools in Noida
16 January 2019 IST
Top 10 Schools in Noida
1. The Millennium School, Noida

Head of School: Rita Kaul
Curriculum/Board Followed: CBSE
Admission Period: December onwards
Core belief: It is vital to instill in students a strong set of core values. This in turn will help shape their lives and the world around them.

2. Apeejay School, Noida

Year of Establishment: 1981
Head of School: AK Sharma
Curriculum/Board Followed: CBSE
Admission Period: January
Core belief: 21st Century education is multi-dimensional which thrives where conventional curriculum ends. With that spirit, the value-added education programme facilitates a gamut of activities & pursuits to bring out the latent passion and perfection in children.

3. Amity International School, Noida

Year of Establishment: 1994
Head of School: Renu Singh
Curriculum/Board Followed: CBSE
Admission Period: January
Core belief: We believe that IT is enabling the emergence of a new kind of pedagogy that is focused on meeting individual needs of students.

4. Delhi Public School, Noida

Year of Establishment: 1982
Head of School: Kaamini Bhasin
Curriculum/Board Followed: CBSE
Admission Period: December
Core belief: True education must be life sustaining and life empowering. We live our faith through a  creative and competent actualization of a school culture that is broad in vision and embraces the multiplicity that characterizes our words.

5. Ramagya School, Noida

Year of Establishment: 2005
Head of School: Meenakshi Zarabi
Curriculum/Board Followed: CBSE
Admission Period: December
Core belief: Establishing a world class centre of learning by delivering an educational experience that engages students intellectually, creatively, physically, spiritually and socially.

6. Kothari International School, Noida

Year of Establishment: 2005
Head of School: Manju Gupta
Curriculum/Board Followed: CBSE & CIE
Admission Period: December
Core belief: By empowering our students with knowledge and skills through engaged learning, we ensure seamless transition to tertiary education of their choice.

7. Lotus Valley International School, Noida

Year of Establishment: 2005
Head of Senior School: Dr Ruchi Seth
Curriculum/Board Followed: CBSE
Admission Period: December – January
Core belief: To recognise every child’s talent and potential and equip them with opportunity and character to nurture their unique ability.

8. Pathways School Noida

Year of Establishment: 2010
Head of School: Dr Shalini Advani
Curriculum/Board Followed: CBSE and IB
Admission Period: December – January
Core belief: Build and nurture a community of thoughtful and compassionate global citizens who are committed to live responsibly and lean with enthusiasm.

9. Shiv Nadar School, Noida

Year of Establishment: 2012
Head of School: Shashi Banerjee
Curriculum/Board Followed: CBSE
Admission Period: December
Core belief: We will inspire the joy of learning by fostering a culture of creativity. Our students will be ethical, respectful, happy and purposeful citizens of society.

10. Gyanshree School, Noida

Year of Establishment: 2013
Head of School: Brinda Ghosh
Curriculum/Board Followed: CBSE
Admission Period: December
Core belief: We prepare our children for a rapidly changing world by equipping them with critical thinking skills, a global perspective and respect for core values.
 
 
 
 
 

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Serving political interests in another person's illness is the lowest form of human value. A 70+ y old lady has cancer.

November 28, 2016 05:00 IST
Shibu Chandran
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Serving political interests in another person's illness is the lowest form of human value. A 70+ y old lady has cancer.

November 28, 2016 05:00 IST
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November 28, 2016 05:00 IST


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