City Schools Fare Well In Rankings

Published: 10th September 2014 06:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th September 2014 06:17 AM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: A number of Bangalore schools are among the top 10, in various categories, in the EducationWorld India School Rankings-2014 compiled by research firm C-Fore.

Mallya Aditi International School in Yelahanka New Town is ranked third in the day school co-educational category, followed by Inventure Academy in Chikkavaderapura in the 10 position. The Valley School on Kanakapura Road is ranked second in the day-cum-boarding schools category.

Bishop Cotton Boys’ School on Residency Road is ranked sixth in the top 10 boys day school category. No city school features in the top 10 girls day schools category. Among boarding schools, Jain International Residential School in Jakkasandra comes fifth in the co-ed category.

While no girls-only boarding school in the city made it to the top 10, the Sarla Birla Academy on Bannerghatta-Anekal Road is ranked eighth in the boys boarding school category. Four international schools in the city feature in the top 10 list of day-cum-boarding schools. Indus International School in Sarjapur tops the list with The International School on Whitefield-Sarjapur Road coming third, Canadian International School in Yelahanka ranked fifth and Stonehill International School in Jala Hobli ranked eighth.

As many as 8,263 parents, teachers, principals and educationists in 25 cities were interviewed by 203 field researchers to rate and rank 704 day schools, 84 boarding and 63 international primary-secondary schools based on 14 parameters.

The Shri Ram School in Delhi (co-ed), the Daly College in Indore (day-cum-boarding), La Martiniere for Girls in Kolkata (all-girls) and Campion School in Mumbai (all-boys) are ranked as India’s most-admired day schools. Sahyadri School, Pune (co-ed), Welham Girls, Dehradun (all-girls) and Bishop Cotton School, Shimla (all-boys) were ranked first in the boarding schools category.

Dhirubhai Ambani International (day) and Kodaikanal International School (residential) were voted first in the international schools category. 


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