Indus International School

With rave reviews from parents for Indus International, it certainly seems like a great choice for a residential school. Here’s more.

With several branches across Bangalore, Chennai, Pune and Hyderabad, Indus International School is one of the top ranked international schools, offering the International Baccalaureate Program (IB) PYP till Class V, followed by the MYP program, which culminates in the University of Cambridge’s International Examination in Class IX and X. The school offers IB Diploma for Class XI-XII.  Indus International focuses on the holistic development of students, through the use of modern technology.

Indus International Features

  1. Digital classrooms
  2. Well-stocked library and learning resource center
  3. 6-lane 400-metre field track
  4. Basketball, volley ball, football and throw ball courts. Swimming coaching is also available.
  5. Spacious computer science and audio-visual labs
  6. Separate residential facilities for girls and boys, based on the “house” concept
  7. School orchestra and community service projects
  8. Horse-riding training
  9. TED-Ed sessions, featuring I-Lead talks
  10. Indus Training and Research Center (ITARI) for professional training certification programs
  11. Career and college counseling
  12. Comprehensive school tour for parents seeking admissions for their kids

Limitations

  1. High emphasis on co-curricular activities, rather than academics. This poses a problem for students who wish to qualify for IIT/JEE or medical studies.
  2. Comprehensive admission procedure
  3. No mention of fee structure on the website
  4. No mention of security infrastructure

Advantages

  1. Digital and global education
  2. Leadership programs
  3. Focus on personality development

Disadvantages

  1. Lack of proven track record in academic results
  2. Only residential, no option for day scholars
  3. Lack of transparent fee structure
  4. Lack of information on security protocols

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