Best schools in Noida extension 2018

Before you read the complete list of Best schools in Noida extension 2018, it is important that parents realize that there is no binary in school education system. A school can not be simply classified as good or bad just because a survey comes up with particular perception of the school. A lot depends upon the kid’s upbringing prior to schooling and a lot depends upon the kid himself/herself. At the same time, before searching for a school, clarity of thoughts is essential. Answers to these questions are a must have: Do you feel the child is smart and confident enough and only needs a right academic direction? Do you feel all that the child needs is to grow in confidence? Do you feel child needs to find a career in sports or other extra co-curricular opportunities? Do you feel you can put the extra hard work by taking your kid to coaching/training in sports/music etc. during non-school hours? or Do you feel the child needs to have a strong like minded company? If you have answers to all these questions, this Survey could help you since we divide a particular School’s rating based on individual parameters and then we come up with overall ratings based on a well researched weightage given to these parameters.

This year, along with SchoolBrainer, we researched around 45 schools in Greater Noida and 16 schools in Noida extension alone. 2 Schools namely Shriram Universal and DPS (KP V) will not be starting session this year and are hence not covered. Please note that 4 of these 16 schools will be having their first session this year and their ratings are primarily based on lineage, prospective parent’s feedback, planned/current infrastructure and submitted survey form, if applicable.

This year, we have re-adjusted our calculation of overall ratings for the school. We have taken 20% of Academics, 20% of Safety/Security and 20% of Individual attention to child as key parameters for overall ratings. These parameters are given highest weightage based on an online Survey we had run 3 months back. Other than these parameters, 15% of Co-curricular, 10% of Extra-curricular and 5% each of ‘Parents-Teacher Interaction’, ‘Infrastructure’ and ‘Teacher Welfare’ have been considered. More details of each parameter will follow after the list of Best schools in Noida extension 2018 which is given below:

Go4Reviews.in 2018 RankSchool NameAcademicsSafety/SecurityIndividual attentionParents InteractionCo-curricularExtra curricularInfrastructureTeacher WelfareTotal
1Delhi Public World school (now DWPS)908080909590859086.25
2Aster Public school858580859095909086
NAPacific world school (perception based)858585858590909086
NALotus valley International school (perception based)908080859090859085.25
3Gaurs International school808580809095909084.75
4Sarvottam International school858580808585909084.5
NAMillennium school (perception based)808585909080809084.5
5Ryan International school908075759085859083.5
6Gagan Public school858080809080859083.5
7The Manthan school808580808590859083.25
8Bloom International school858085808580808583
9The Wisdom tree school808085808585908083
9SKS World school808085858590909083
10Salvation tree school757580858585859080.25
NAFlorence International school (perception based)707580808590909079.75
11St Johns school758075808585808579.25

The Survey for best schools in Noida extension 2018 took the following into consideration:

  1. Ratings/Reviews for schools given at individual school links given at http://go4reviews.in/2015/08/schools-in-noida-extension/
  2. Survey form submitted by schools (only 2 of 16 schools didn’t respond to requests and for such cases, the weight-age of consideration # 3 was extended)
  3. Parents Feedback and Desk Survey
  4. SchoolBrainer’s Social Sentiment Analytics

‘Survey Form’ and ‘Parents Feedback and Desk Survey’ constituted 30% each while ‘Online Survey’ and ‘Social Analytics’ constituted 20% each.

The schools were surveyed on following parameters:

  1. Academics – Defined by principal/headmistress/academic coordinator lineage, average experience level of teachers, criteria for employment.
  2. Individual attention to child – Defined by Student Teacher Ratio, Parents Feedback.
  3. Safety/Security – Defined by Safety measures at Gates, CCTVs, Number of Floors, flooring/pool/play area safety, Bus safety standards, Parents Feedback.
  4. Infrastructure – Defined by facilities/amenities and quality of infra.
  5. Parents involvement – Defined by PTMs, Number of Events where parents are invited, Parents Feedback.
  6. Co-curricular -Defined by Intra and Inter school Events conducted, Parents Feedback.
  7. Extra curricular -Defined by Intra and Inter school Events conducted, Association with Play academies, Play area infra, Parents Feedback.
  8. Teacher Welfare -Number of holidays for teachers, average working hours, Teacher Welfare Survey feedback.

Note: The collective points were rounded off to nearest mult