Address: 12 A Main , HAL II Stage Bangalore - 560008Locality: Indiranagar (Find more Indiranagar schools)
Web site: http://www.npsinr.com
Phone: 080-25280611, 25275665
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National Public School, Indiranagar was established in 1982 under the chairmanship of Dr. K P Gopalkrishna. This Institution is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the national body of the Government of India in Secondary Education. National Public School, Indiranagar is synonymous with academic excellence and the development of personality. It imparts immeasurable values to the students who are in its rolls. The curriculum followed at all levels is flexible and enables the new trends in education to take root in the existing system. This helps in keeping pace with the rapidly changing educational scenario.
Principal: Dr. Bindu Hari
Management: Dr. K.P. Gopalakrishna, chairman
Year Established: 1982
National Public School offers an academic, sporting, co-curricular and personal development programme that affords students every opportunity to grow in knowledge, self-confidence, skill and understanding.
* Each class room is spacious and well ventilated. The classrooms are furnished with comfortable desks and benches, cupboards, and large green boards.
* The Science Lab at National Public School, Indiranagar, Bangalore, provides an atmosphere of experiencing and learning science. An ultramodern Science lab, which can accommodate more than hundred students
* A play ground with slides, jungle gym and merry go round can also be found alongside the school.A beautiful garden adds colour to the play area.
Admission process would start in October 2012 for entry level classes.
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A) High headed staff starting from receptionist. They feel burdened even in talking to parents or aspirants. I think the owner should get this information and get the things right and avoid the Deterioration of image he has built over time.
B) They should show some respect for parents.
C) A very small playground. Kids can't do much of physical activities
by Anonymous on May 17, 2010
For Montessori and primary classes, I find NPS very child friendly, the curriculum is well designed and gradually increases in it's level which the child can handle. I find the staff really qualified and trained for their work and they have a way with the children, bringing the best out of them. The school has a very good academic focus.
by Rajul on May 19, 2010
True! High headed staff and school. Think no end to themselves. Don't think the idea here is to impart education....its more of Snobbish nature and less of anything important....
by Krish on Oct 23, 2010
A good school for the academics.
by mangala on Dec 14, 2010
Academically it is a good school but i don't like one thing about it is that on what criteria do they give admission? I mean for kg we do understand but for nursary also they don't have sufficient admission seats!!!
by vasudha on Dec 14, 2010
Renowned school and known for academics. Good number of students clear competitive exams. But on the downside, admission process is biased where priority is given to influential parents.
by Vikas Madan on Dec 15, 2010
Several years ago a man travelled in his bicycle in Indira Nagar area requesting parents to admit their children to his school. He was none other than the founder of National Public School, Indira Nagar.
Over the years, the school has built a reputation on account of the focus it has given to academics. NPS has become a brand and so arrogance has set in.
I recall how arrogant Ms Shanta Chandran was when she questioned me – “how can you be so confident that your children will qualify in the entrance exams conducted by NPS ? “ I replied back to her saying that I had the same confidence that her parents had when they educated her. That the reception staff and administrative heads are high-handed is an understatement.
But no, this is definitely not a case of sour grapes. I know from teachers in this school that students in this school come with a huge baggage about their rich family background. So, if you are from a middle class family, please do not torture your child by seeking admission in this school. Your child will develop a complex. A good student is a good student is a good student. Otherwise, you will not have toppers from Kannada medium government schools. NPS is a school that is notorious for treating parents like beggars. But you can’t blame them. Nothing succeeds like success. With branches spread out in Bangalore and also in Singapore, they can do whatever they want and get away with it.
A good student will do well in any school – CBSE or ICSE.
Encourage your child to believe in himself. That is what counts in the long run.
by Anonymous on Jan 31, 2011
Its an excellent school string right balance in academic and extracurricular activities.Teachers are very committed.Very good teacher-student relationship.Emphasis on right values be inculcated amongst students.
by Amitabh sharma on Mar 28, 2011
This has got to be the best School around. For one it is time tested. Our daughter and countless other parents, vouch for the level and means in which the education is parted. It is true that their focus is academic in nature but then we (as Parents) decided to own the extra curricular activities for our kid.
BTW, they do have an encourage sports and other activities as well (we did not expect it).
Another point is the way they impart lessons in discipline and politeness. They know how to inculcate these, not only in the kids but a level in the parents, which is a must to part these.
by Rahul on Oct 11, 2011
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Thanks for the reply Vikas. I too did my research and found that what you are saying is absolutely correct.Actually my daughter has already completed her 2 yrs of Montessori education thats why the 2nd thoughts...
Don't think too much. You got a good school, probably the best. And the age is just right. A Dec born will not survive in UKG so easily. Don't do it unless you are sure of putting that kind of pressure so early on her. PS: Even other schools won't take her in UKG so easily.
What is the fee structure of taking admission & studying in residential way in class XI.
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What is the fee structure for class 11
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