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India's Top Schools showcased at 'Premier Schools Exhibition'
1/12/2019 10:20:19 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 12: 15th India & International Premier Schools Exhibition (12th & 13th Jan.'19) was today held at Ramada Hotel, parents were seen making beeline to admit their wards in an Indian Schools affiliated to International curriculum providing holistic education.
This fair brings India's high ranking Boarding Schools offering international boards (IB and Cambridge) along with national boards (CBSE and ICSE), all under one roof for the parents to interact face to face with Schools Principals, Headmaster, Admissions Heads seeking guidance on school education.
Andrew Das at Woodstock School said, "We are one of the oldest boarding school in the country established in 1832 and I feel extremely privileged to be part of the exhibition that is bringing the best of schooling option on one platform. I am looking forward to welcoming the children of Jammu & Kashmir at my school to explore the best of schooling experience in a diverse multicultural environment.
Deepika Gupta, Head of Admissions at Genesis Global School, Noida said "We provide World Class Infrastructure and excellent sports facilities and employ methods like muti-sensory teaching, which includes audio visual teaching methodologies. Further, we have compulsory grooming classes, in which, students are taught how to become responsible citizens.
Anju Puri, Manager Admissions & Communication at Mussoorie International School said: "We have many students from J&K, and are getting endless enquiries for admission." She said the times have changed. "Nobody wants their children to be bookworms. Parents want to groom then in all fields at the right time so that when the child grows up analyzing his sphere of interest. We are here to provide the best international standard in schooling".
Pradeep Sharma, Deputy Headmaster of Kings College India, said, It's a unique opportunity for the parents of J & K to explore world finest British education now in India. Our schools helps students to acquire life skills and prepare future ready citizens.
The two-day 15th IIPSE will be concluded on Sunday 13th January 2019 at Hotel Ramada. Organiser Vivek Shukla said, "The exhibition has got good response on the first day, Over 1000 Parents have come with various queries, and are satisfied with the offers"
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