Schools in Noida extension

Noida extension is going through a phase of consistent growth. A couple of months back, the population of region crossed 1k and the same is expected to reach around 5k by end of this year. Alongside a feeling of relief, parents moving here have a stiff task of finding the best possible education for their children in close proximity.

Here are some of the schools in Noida extension (better known as Greater Noida West now) that can be explored in the region (all fees mentioned are for nursery admission):

Ryan Inernational school
In Techzone 4, the school opened for formal admissions this year. Under the aegis of Ryan group, this certainly is going to be one of the schools to watch for in next 3-4 years time. The school is proposed to be affiliated to CBSE.

Fees: Admission fees=35500, Tution fees=5000 per month, Annual charges=7500, Misc. charges=550

Aster Public school
At sector 3, Noida extension, this is already affiliated CBSE school in the region (vide Affiliation # 2131924). It runs classes from Pre-nursery to XI class.

Fees: Admission charges=20000, Annual charges=11500, Tuition fees=11500 quarterly (thanks to Mrs Vinita for providing this data).

Delhi Public World school (formerly DPS World school)
Under the aegis of the DPS World Foundation (different from the main DPS society),this is formed by alumni from DPS schools. This is also promoted by one of Mayoor school’s promoter group. School is one of few schools already affiliated to CBSE and located at Knowledge park V. Most of the faculty is from Amity and DPS of Noida and Delhi. The DPS World school has been renamed to Delhi Public World school effective May, 15, 2017.

Fees: Admission charges=40000, Composite fees (Annual + Tuition fees) quarterly=22550

Pacific World school
Located in Tech zone 4, this is a school by DPS Indirapuram group of institutions (not DPS society directly).The school will be affiliated to CBSE. Success would depend upon how many teachers from Indirapuram branch move here.
Fees: Admission charges=25000, Tuition fees=11000 per month

Sarvottam School
Located in Tech Zone 6, Noida extension, the group is also a promoter for Mayoor school in Noida. It has good infrastructure given that it shares its boundaries with Sarvottam college as well. The school is already affiliated to CBSE.

Fees: Admission charges=30000, Composite fees (Annual + Tuition fees) quarterly=24500

Gaurs International school
Located near Gaur city II, this mark’s Gaur’s entry to education genre. Currently, the school is from Pre-nursery to IX class. The affiliation to CBSE happened this year.

Fees: Admission charges=28000 (waived off for session 2018-2019) , Annual charges=17000, Tuition fees=16500 quarterly

Bloom International school
With an existing school in Pratap Vihar, Ghaziabad, Bloom group has now come up with this branch at Tech Zone 7, Noida extension. The school is the first one to come up in the region and is already affiliated to CBSE.

Fees: Admission charges=15000, Annual charges=6500, Tuition fees=11800 quarterly

 

 

The Wisdom Tree school
Located at sector 16, the school is proposed to be affiliated with CBSE. The school is operational from Pre-nursery till 8th standard.

Fees: Admission charges=20000, Annual charges=25000, Tuition fees=15000 quarterly

St Johns school
At sector 2, Noida extension, this school is open for admissions from Pre-nursery to VII class.

Fees:Admission fee- 24000, caution deposit-2000, annual fee-5750, activity fee-5750, establishment charges-10000, exam fee-1000 , medical fee-500 i.e total Rs. 49000 for the session 2018-2019 nursery class. monthly fees — tuition fee-3300, smart class fee-250, e-care fee-200 (Thanks to Suresh for providing this data)

SKS World school
Located in sector 16 in Noida extension, it has decent infrastructure to start with. It is proposed to be affiliated to CBSE.

Fees: Admission charges=20000, Annual charges=18000, Tuition fees=10500 quarterly

Gagan public school
Located in sector 4 near Gaur city, the founding group has an educational lineage with its Aligarh branch quite well known. Infra is still being developed and the school would take some time to be in decent shape. Admissions are open till class IX. The school got affiliated to CBSE in August, 2017.

Fees: Admission charges=Nil for 2017-18, Annual charges=4000, Development Fee=5000, Tuition fees=10500 quarterly

Salvation Tree school
The school is located in Techzone VII, an upcoming area. The school is still under development and has started taking admissions from pre-nursery to class V.

Fees: Admission charges=16000, Annual charges=12000, Tution fees=9000 quarterly

The Manthan school
Located in sector 16c within Mahagun Mywoods in Noida extension, this promoter of this school is Mahagun builder themselves. The school will be affiliated to CBSE.

Fees: Admission charges: N/A, Security charges: 10k, Annual charges: 6k, Tuition fees: 7k per month

Lotus Valley International school
School will operate from 2018-2019 session from pre-primary to VII standard. The principal of the school is expected to be the Vice principal of the existing Noida branch school.
Expected Fees: Admission charges=Around 60000, Tuition fees=7000-8000 per month

The Millennium School
The school is located in Knowledge Park V and would follow CBSE curriculum. The school campus will also have informal schooling (Pre-primary to KG) through its Little Millennium subsidiary. Admissions expected to start in 2018-2019 session.
Expected Fees: Admission charges=60000, Annual charges=17500 , Tution fees=20000 quarterly

Florence International school
This school is located in sector 3 and will be operational till class VII to start with. First formal session to commence from 2018-2019. The school is going to be a mix of traditional and modern pedagogy techniques.
Admission fee : 50k, Tution fee : 4500 per month

 

Upcoming schools in Noida extension/Greater Noida west:

 

The Shri Ram Universal school
School will be located in Techzone IV. It may be the first school in the region to follow ICSE curriculum (although it will have CBSE primarily) and the first session is expected to be 2018-2019 (subtle one) with formal sessions from 2019-2020. Likely to have higher fees.
Expected Fees: Tuition fees=12000-15000 per month

DPS School
Like Millennium school, this school too would be located in Knowledge Park V and would follow CBSE curriculum. Although infrastructure is far from over, the school has already started taking admissions and for this session, the classes till IV will run temporarily in Gamma II campus. Later, next session, they will be transferred to Greater Noida West/Noida extension campus.
Fees: Consolidated Fees at admission: 85k (Admission fees+Annual charges+1st quarter tuition fees)

GD Goenka International school
The school will be located in Knowledge Park V. The construction of the school is in progress and tentatively an informal session is expected to start from year 2019-2020 July.

 

Must Read: Readers may also refer our list of top schools in Noida extension ranked on basis of some key parameters http://go4reviews.in/2016/08/list-of-top-schools-in-noida-extension/

Last updated: August 10, 2018 at 23:25 pm

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Dimple sarkar
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Dimple sarkar

I am confused between LVIS, Pacific and Ryan. All these are near my home. Heard that both Ryan and LVIS have approachabiliy issue. Which is good please.

minti kaur
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minti kaur

bloom international school is one the best school in greater Noida west and its Good in academics and with decent atmosphere for studies.

Anonymous
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I got my kid admitted to SKS world school for 2017-18 and I repent the decision. The teachers there aren’t even average. We met the teacher at PTM and felt like talking to a 10th grade student. Not even sure how to represent herself. We haven’t even got the right time tables for class even after multiple reminders. Her excuse: She conveyed the timetable to kid and expected a kid to remember all that. No system for interacting with teacher apart from PTMs, which seems worthless. Apart from studies the management is pathetic. No actions being taken for multiple complains… Read more »

Tanya gupta
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Tanya gupta

how is dpws please. I am contemplating between dpws and pacific for next session.

Tanaya
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Tanaya

There are following types of schools that a parent can choose based on their priority:
A traditional academically good school-DPWS and Lotus are quite good choices given their experienced staff.
A school providing good exposure to inter school events-DPWS and Aster. Aster is more focussed on extra curricular activities.
A school for holistic development with above average academics – Pacific is clear winner here.

Amit verma
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Amit verma

After visiting all mentioned schools, I have drilled down to dpws and pacific. Lotus looks a bit raw in comparison to pacific. Please suggest which one I should choose. I stay in Arihant Arden so both are like equidistant.

Prerna
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Prerna

I had the same confusion and after putting much thought, I chose dpws. the child will start from 1st July. The teachers and principal are quite approachable and experienced.

Meenakshi
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Meenakshi

Hii,
I will be shifting in panch sheel greens 2 please suggest a good school for nursery class in low budget.
Regards
Meenakshi

Shreya gupta
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Shreya gupta

If you can go upto 8k per month, choose lotus valley. if upto 5-6k, choose dpws. if upto 4-5k, choose aster. I personally don’t find others worth value for money even while they may be cheap.

Sandeep sharma
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Sandeep sharma

I got my child admitted to Pacific world. And he joined classes a week late. The experience so far is good. Teachers are cooperative and individual attention is being provided. This to me looks like the best of schools starting this session.

Harmik singh
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Harmik singh

My kid is going to Lotus valley Noida extension. First few days were really mismanaged especially with transport. But they are improving.

Kajal saxena
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Kajal saxena

Fond of DPWS, Aster and Lotus valley. Their principals are special with strong visions. With Shriram lined up next year, it won’t be a cake walk for schools though.

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Alok saxena
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Alok saxena

Of all the schools I visited, Pacific was the one that I liked the most. Whether it be the infra or the staff. Given the fees, it is likely to attract a different set of people as well, which I feel is good.

Bhavna srivastava
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Bhavna srivastava

my son too was in nursery and now will be studying in DPWS in class KG and I am quite impressed with their way of teaching. excellent exposure, most experienced teachers. last week they roped in headmistress with around 20 years of teaching experience including genesis global. some more staff is being augmented. parents are free to interact and are communicated of each and every happening. the senior class staff is infact the best of any school in Noida including upcoming ones like lotus valley. most of them are from dps, amity fraternity. but, the senior class stuff is more… Read more »

Arvind Prakash
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Arvind Prakash

After lot of deliberation since a month and visiting almost 80% schools in Noida extension, I finalized dpws for my daughter. excellent staff and very approachable senior staff.

Sonal kshirsagar
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Sonal kshirsagar

I went to pacific school for my child’s admission. the experience was good. infra is awesome and no other school has 15:1 student teacher ratio. so finally admitted her to nursery. any other parent who got child admitted to nursery this year?

shravan bhatnagar
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shravan bhatnagar

delhi public world school in Noida extension is the best school of the lot of established schools. only aster is near. pacific and lotus will be giving some competition in future.

Chirag huria
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Chirag huria

Please help me decide between dpws and aster. I really liked dpws, the staff is very knowledgeable. on the other hand, the first experience in aster was not good. however, aster is closer to my place.

Tushar
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Tushar

Without a second thought, dpws is a better choice than aster if you are ok using bus transport. my child is in 1st class and touchwood has grown into a confident girl.

Ravi
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Ravi

Never go for aster.too much bad about aster.

Shreyas
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Shreyas

visited pacific today. they have to improve upon external security that looks deserted. otherwise, I really liked the infra and principal was good to talk to. I am highly optimistic about the school. it is a great choice very much like the shiv nadar and shriram in Gurgaon/Faridabad/Noida. Costly but value for money.

Uday ore
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Uday ore

I agree to your views on pacific world school. if they hire experienced teachers like their able principal, it would offer great competition in the region alongside shriram.

Neha
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I m shifting to panchsheel. ..
My son will go to class 5 .I m confused bet rayan and sarvottam as both are nearby but sarvottam will cost more on pocket becase of its annual charges of 20k compared to 9k in rayan….but infracstructure wide sarvottam is more pleasing….rayan has small playground I m not sure about any extra curricular activities but it is a brand that will maintain there standards. ..I guess….but my son is going towards middle wing academics are more important but can’t ignore personality development too…..
Kindly help

KAPIL
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KAPIL

Check DPWS also

Chandan
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Chandan

Problem with Noida extension schools is lack of vision. I have high hopes from DPWS, Pacific and Lotus valley. Have already talked to DPWS Principal Jyoti arora and looks like school is in safe hands. Fees is reasonable considering a decent student teacher ratio and quality of faculty.

Prabhat kumar
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Prabhat kumar

The biggest plus with Pacific may be student teacher ratio. However, most of the schools are lightly loaded currently. So, fthat distinguishing part would take time to be felt.

Anuj Puri
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Anuj Puri

I went to Pacific world school on Saturday. They are charging admission fees and tution fees. though it initially looked on higher side, after some deliberation, i realized its not actually costly. As per section 80C, we can claim tax deduction on only tution fee component and not on development charges and annual charges. So, assuming one saves 20%, the actual tution fees comes to 8.8k. Now lets say other school charges 7k per month as tution fees + 10k as annual charges + 5k as development charges. After tax deduction fees, becomes 5.6k. Add 1.4k for a month for… Read more »

Shakul
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Shakul

I visited Lotus and Pacific and finally chose Pacific. The infra is top notch and teachers being recruited are experienced. The principal of Lotus on other hand is Vice principal of existing Noida LV and she has mixed reviews. Another plus with Pacific was low student teacher ratio, the main reason why they are charging more. I felt it was value for money and I hope they provide the best possible guidance to my kid.

Nitin Puri
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Nitin Puri

I need to get my child admitted to class XI as I am moving from Ajmer. Please advise which school shall I choose in Noida extension? I am yet to visit any school.

atul jain
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atul jain

Sir, You can also consider D.A.V. School, Sector 56, Noida.

Mayank kher
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Mayank kher

Please provide information about Florence international school. What are the reviews?

Anita(moderator)
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Anita(moderator)

Manthan school has mixed reviews from its first session. While some parents have reported improvement in ward’s confidence levels, others feel disappointed for missing out on proper infrastructure. Reviews about teaching staff have been mixed too.
Fees: Admission fees: N/A, Security charges: 10k, Annual charges: 6k, Tuition fees: 7k per month

Pratap
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Pratap

I choose wisdom tree school for my baby in class nursery, Please share latest reviews about this school, And i want to know that, will they charge any hidden fee or what about the books and dress charges. And will charge some extra charges for activities and comptition.

And what is the teachers issue, Beacuse now the bulk hiring.

Rajesh
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Rajesh

They Dont have experience how to run the school
they are not professional.So please do not go to that school

Lotus Valley has good reputation so please consider that

Kritika bhalla
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Kritika bhalla

I am moving from Bangalore to Noida extension. Being single mother, it was must to have a school that could offer individual attention to child. I chose Pacific mainly due to very low student teacher ratio. Also teachers being recruited are experienced. Infra is excellent. It would be a school to watch out for. Only DPWS and Lotus valley looked close but low student teacher ratio was the main reason for choosing Pacific. Hope the child’s future is in safe hands now.

Surendra k Jain
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Surendra k Jain

Please advise between DPWS, Savottam and Aster. My budget is limited to 7k per month.

Jaya verma
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Jaya verma

DPWS undoubtedly is much better. Aster has mixed reviews. Sarvottam has lot of focus on infra and extra curricular activities which leaves DPWS for holistic development.

Parag Sharma
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Parag Sharma

I am willing to shift in Gaur City1 Noida Extension , I am looking a good school for my child for Class 2nd. Please suggest schools near by.

Shreya
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Shreya

There is lot of confusion between pacific, lotus valley and dpws. Dpws is established while other 2 schools have good lineage.

Ankit Kumar
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Ankit Kumar

I had visited 6 schools-Pacific, DPWS, Sarvottam, Aster, Wisdom tree, Lotus valley. I insisted on meeting admin and principal and met principals of all schools except Sarvottam and Lotus valley. Experience was best with DPWS and Pacific. Finally concluded Pacific since its near my home.

Kavya
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Kavya

Visited pacific school during carnival there today. Pacific indeed has infra at different level and is also focussing a lot on individual attention and teacher qualification. I feel more creamy layer expected there as its costlier.

Pragya tiwari
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Pragya tiwari

The newly established schools are not there in the list. please advise between dpws, pacific and lotus valley only. I visited other schools but found these worth only.

farah
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farah

I liked dpws a lot. also talked to the principal who has very strong vision. only thing is I have to spend 2.5k per month extra on fees over st johns. st johns on other hand is near my home but the student teacher ratio is high thereby individual attention is less. also, academicians in dpws looks much experienced.

kartik
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kartik

Finally chose DPWS after visiting all schools including new ones like pacific. They have the senior most faculty in entire Noida extension and hence an obvious choice for 6th class onwards. For junior classes, one should choose between DPWS and Sarvottam as these are established.

Sneha
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Sneha

Please advise if DPWS is good for class VI. My only concern is academics. Child is smart and understand whats right or wrong for him.

Ramesh
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Ramesh

Please Visit Pacific World School Also

Sandeep Kumar Srivastava
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Sandeep Kumar Srivastava

Please suggest which school would be better for class 3: SKS, Wisdom Tree and Ryan. I want academically good school with individual attention to students. Please help.

atul jain
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atul jain

I am going to finalized “Wisdom Tree” School for my child for class 7th. is this school fine for class 7th. kindly suggest. i will be very thankful to you.

Ramesh
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Ramesh

Please do not go to Wisdom tree .i have very bad experience with them.

They dont have Proper management in place.No ID Card System for Parents or child
Faculty has been thrown out from the school in Nov 1ts week.

Naveen
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Naveen

Which school is good for class 2 and class 6 DPS or St John.

nps
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nps

academic wise and Cost wise St John.

Shradha adhikari
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Shradha adhikari

Delhi public world school looks at overall development. St johns has mixed reviews on academics and co/extra curricular activities.

Kartikeyan
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Kartikeyan

DPWS would offer holistic development for your child. Visit the school and choose if you are comfortable.

Kedar
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Kedar

Confused between DPWS and Sarvottam. Now Pacific world school also there. Please advise.

Abhimanyu
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Abhimanyu

i am confused between wisdom tree and gaurs international. the rankings given by go4reviews is close and i found the 2 schools similar just that gaurs is older and more established. please help.

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Saina
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Saina

After visiting schools in Greater Noida west, i really liked Sarvottam, DPWS and Wisdom tree the most. Vision of these schools is very clear and positive. Exposure wise, DPWS and Wisdom tree are providing good opportunities. DPWS is conducting more internal school events. Wisdom tree and DPWS teachers are good. Since I stay near Wisdom tree, I may choose Wisdom tree. But for others near Sarvottam/DPWS, those are really good options.

Vinita Singh
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Vinita Singh

Salvation Tree School…U also visit in school n interact with principal n teachers they are really give u 100% satisfaction.

Parag
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Parag

I visited all schools in Noida extension and really liked DPWS and Sarvottam the most. Sarvottam looked modern while DPWS has a traditional touch. DPWS is very ahead with so many events being conducted there. I am sure child can get good exposure there. They have also done well to improve image on child safety like the counsellor made me visit their emergency room with a senior doctor there. with 20 child in a class, it is having decent child teacher ratio just like Sarvottam. Teachers in DPWS are more senior though vision of Sarvottam is good too. I am… Read more »

Vinita Singh
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Vinita Singh

My pleasure sudha verma ji…

Vinita Singh
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Vinita Singh

Fee Structure of Bloom International School for class- nursery
Registration Fee-1000 (one time)
Admission Fee-15000 (one time)
Annual Fee-6000 (one time)
AC Fee-3000 (one time)
Other Charges-1500( including stationary)
Monthly Fee-2600
Transport Fee-1100 (in greater noida ext.)
Total Fee – 29100

Karn
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Karn

Vinita ji, can you help compare bloom, st johns and salvation tree schools. which school staff looked more understanding to you.

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