Hi I am relocating to noida from mumbai by september end and need mid year admissions in sr kg and nurser my kids are five and three respectively. Most certainly would be on the expressway and have shortlisted shiv nadar sec168 shri ram millenium kotha
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Hi I am relocating to noida from mumbai by september end and need mid year admissions in sr kg and nurser my kids are five and three respectively. Most certainly would be on the expressway and have shortlisted shiv nadar sec168 shri ram millenium kothari international school Can parentune members help me decide keeping the pros and cons of these schools as well as any other child centric school in noida Thank you
| Sep 05, 2013
Hi Anurima, I stay in Noida, i shifted here 5 year back from mumbai. My son is in billabong High school, its a good school. YOu will get mid term admission in this school, you can also try Kaitan Public, Kothri internation. Amity, DPS mid term admissions are hard to get.
| Sep 07, 2015
I have had a very nice experience in TSMS. The only small issue is infra and that also mostly related to sports facilities. It has one of the most experienced top notch faculty in all Noida schools other than SBS and this is what impressed me the most. It has all the things which the core Shriram school has. It has tied up with Educomp (Millenium) only for infrastructure as it did not have a decent location over here. The management, curriculum and teachers are all managed by Shriram group. Also almost 30% teachers over here have been tranferred either from Shriram Delhi and Gurgaon. Even the current vice principal has been transferred from the Gurgaon branch. There are 2 kids of my friends who have been going to TSMS for the last 3 years and I can see the difference. There is no flashy stuff in the school and it keeps the kids grounded.
| Sep 07, 2015
Since last year I had been trying to get my kid admitted to SNS but she was falling short by approx. 20 days in age. I tried my best, met the admin staff and the principal atleast 3-4 times but it did not materialize. I tried for SBS last year but could not get through. This year also I went there twice ( met the principal as well) and my daughter is also eligible (age wise) for nursery Even I was not very inclined towards TSMS till a few days back but it all changed after meeting a few parents and also one of very close associate of mine. I was totally for Shiv Nadar but then a few concerns came up. The 1st was that the way Shiv Nadar is going about with the curriculum is too much influenced by western education system which might not hold good in the long run as at the end of the day the kids have to appear for board exams and also compete with students of other schools. This might result in sudden pressure being applied on kids once they move to higher classes. And secondly they have good teachers in junior section but the same does not hold true for senior classes. After this I started looking for other alternatives and finally zeroed for TSMS even though its fee is higher than both LVIS and SNS. The fees of both these schools is approx. Rs 12500 per month (minus transport) whereas that of TSMS is approx. Rs 17000 per month (minus transport).