Fee structure comparison of Noida extension schools

Noida extension has seen a surge in number of schools since it came into existence. As of Sep 2018, there are more than 15 recognized schools in the region. With more expected to join soon, the competition is immense. We have previously discussed the list of schools in Noida extension and also touched upon the best schools in the region based on our annual survey. While we have tried to rate schools basis of various parameters, it is very difficult to consider schools just on the basis of rankings. Many other factors like proximity to home, fees come into picture while deciding a school. Hence, as a first step, we thought of coming up with Fee structure comparison of Noida extension schools.

The idea of coming up with the fee structure comparison of Noida extension schools was to give the readers a single point view of fee structure of all schools. We leave it to the readers to decide which school they find value for money basis of fees versus their grading on different parameters. Please refer notes at the bottom of the table to understand any specific stats given in the table below:

Fee structure comparison of Noida extension schools
Fee structure comparison of Noida extension schools

Note:

  • Some schools have defined composite fees instead of individual components like Tuition fees, Lab fees, Annual charges etc. while some schools are yet to frame the basis for calculations.
  • Tuition fees or composite fees is listed for Nursery class. Some schools like Pacific have same fees for all the classes while others may have 300 to 900 Rs more tuition fees for each class above nursery.
  • Above does not list the caution fees/security fees since that is refundable.
  • Wherever fee structure for 2019-2020 was not available, fee structure for 2018-2019 was considered.
  • Transport fees is not listed.
  • Miscellaneous expenses also include uniform and books cost as bought from school. The figures are approximate and as provided by parents of individual schools.
  • Fields marked as NA are not known or volatile (could be Nil or more).

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Last updated: September 26, 2018 at 16:22 pm

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Hi Which is better in terms of studies between Pacific, Lotus and Aster.

Shreya verma
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Shreya verma

I am a parent of Pacific and quite happy with academics and other aspects of education. If you are talking of 9+ classes, then Aster would be my suggestion.

Suhail
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Suhail

DPWS & DPS KP5 is same or different ?

Amir Mahmood
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Amir Mahmood

DPWS Admission fee is 35k if you exclude security amount of 5k. In Lotus Valley there were two additional header last year, 7k each which they have eliminated this year and increased that amiunt in tuition fee. I guess this 14k is not the sum of those two headers?

Ashish chaubey
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Ashish chaubey

Which school is actual value for money. I can see Aster for sure (great value for the fees). Any school in higher fees bracket but giving equally high value?

Amir Mahmood
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Amir Mahmood

Aster is great value for money. Even their transportation charges are economical. They don’t have A/C classes from class 1 onwards, but in my opinion that shouldn’t be a deal breaker. Only St John’s has similar fee structure, but the reviews of the school is subdued. Interact with existing parents to get the first hand feedback.

Deepak gupta
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Deepak gupta

Useful data. Why is Florence so costly?

Ashish chaubey
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Ashish chaubey

Only good thing about school is the space. Otherwise faculty and facilities, both are found wanting.

Naman
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Naman

Thanks for sharing, this is useful. Please can you help advise between aster and dpws.

Reeta sharma
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Reeta sharma

Depends if you have priorities of fees and sports. If you want affordable and more sport oriented school, go for Aster. Dpws is good for other reasons.

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