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Q.1. How is Gyaananda School different from other schools?

Gyaananda considers itself a visible symbol and partaker in shouldering the responsibility in educating children along with various other names in the same industry. How we have an edge is a not a question but the basis of our philosophy, where every child should first be a great human being and a responsible person, who eventually then excels in academics, aims high for sports, and has smartness in dealing and wheeling. To create this into a reality we handcraft our resources, meticulously plan our study periods by blending theory with hands-on learning.

Q.2. What are the timings for the school?

Pls refer to the school timing section of the ‘Quick Links’ tab on top right of the page.

Q.3. Do I need an appointment to visit Gyaananda School?

Yes. In order to make your visit informative and useful, please fix an appointment via email ( For more details, please visit the appointments and school tours page of our website at

Q.4. What is the Teacher-Student ratio in the school?

We try to maintain a ratio of 1:15 in the classroom in pre-primary sections. As the child ranks up in the rungs of grades, he needs a bigger group of peers to interact with and socialise with. Also, the child becomes more independent and doesn’t need a constant check and hand holding.

Q.5. Does the school offer after-school activities?

Yes. The school has an after-school-enrichment program for kids including day care and other scheduled activities in the evening. The day care facility is extended upto 7 pm, which includes stipulated food, napping and snack/meal time for children. The evening programs include activities in Sports Club and , Young Readers’ Club as well.

Q.6. What kind of individual attention do your students receive?

Ans: Educators provide individualized academic support and monitor the progress track record of an individual student.

Q.7. How do I decide which curriculum is more suitable for my child?

This question is extensively touched in the ‘Affiliation’ tab of the ‘About us’  segment of the website.

Q.8. What are the languages taught in the school, other than Hindi and English?

Grade 5 onwards, Sanskrit is mandatory as the third language for all students to cultivate Indian culture and ethos. Students have the option to choose French as an additional  language.

Q.9. How do you look after slow learners/ struggling learners?

Such students are to be handled patiently with additional help hours. They need hand holding on structured modules, pairing with strong learners, remedial programs ,  and close monitoring by the facilitators and parents.

Q.10. How do you look after slow learners/ struggling learners?

Such students are to be handled patiently with additional help hours. They need hand holding on structured modules, pairing with strong learners, remedial programs ,  and close monitoring by the facilitators and parents.

Q.11. Is there a policy for offering admissions to siblings of students in school?

Ans: We give preference to siblings of students already in the school in that siblings automatically move to the top of their respective category in the waiting list.

Q.12. Can I register online?

Ans: Yes, you can along with the prescribed documents mentioned in the enrolment form which you can get from the download search.

Q.13. Does the school have provision for hot meals and snacks for the students?

Ans: The Gyaananda School has introduced organic meals for the hot lunch programme. All meals are prepared fresh on site and use locally produced, seasonal and flavorful products. We are committed to providing a balanced and wholesome diet to our students and recognize the high nutritional value freshly prepared, organic food can provide.

Q.14. Which Education Board is the school affiliated to?

Ans: The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, (CBSE). It is a national education board and follows a syllabus developed by NCERT (National Council for Educational Research and Training).

Q.15. When does the academic year commence?

Ans. The Academic year for all classes begins in the month of April.

Q.16. What is the age requirement for admission? Is there any relaxation in the age criteria?

Ans: The age criteria for admission to various classes is as below (age is considered as on 31st March of the academic year)

Pre Nursery:          2+

Nursery: 3+

KG: 4+

Grade I: 5+ and so on

Q. 17 Provide your Curriculum Information.

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Q.18 Does the school provide transport for all students?

Ans. The school has an efficient transport system in place for students who opt to avail this facility. The school has extensive transport coverage. Gyaananda aims to provide high quality, safe and secure transportation service for the students.

Q.19 What are the special features of the School Transport system?

Ans. The key features of our transportation system are:

  • All the buses are fitted with GPS and cameras. The buses while on routes are monitored regularly.
  • Parents can also excess the GPS of buses while the buses on routes.
  • Supervised pickup and dispersal are ensured with the help of attendants, helping students Board/alight the buses.
  • Provision for first aid boxes in the buses.

For any further details on transport and daily routes, please contact the school transport department directly.

Q.20. Which areas are covered by the school Transport system?

Ans. Please contact the school administration/ Parental Relation Executive/ Transport in charge for details of the bus routes and areas covered.

Q.21. What co-curricular activities are organized by GS?

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Q.22. Are there any additional charges for students to undertake co-curricular activities?

Ans. There are no additional charges for participation in co-curricular sports activities. However, if the student enrolls for an evening sports academy program than the parents have to pay the regular charges.

Q.23 Are educational excursions apart the school’s academic calendar?

Ans. Yes, excursions and educational trips are a part of the active learning process at GS. Such trips are organised on a regular basis, as indicated on the school calendar.

Q.24 Is the school encourage participation in Inter-house and Inter-school competitions?

Ans. The school has a strong house system where most of the activities are organised at multiple levels. The initial levels are organised in a manner that provides the opportunity to all the students to participate while in subsequent levels, students selected on the basis of their performance in the initial levels participate, representing their classes/ house/ school.

Q.25. Are students given homework?

Ans. No homework for students. Extra practice (EP) is an integral part of teaching and serves to further reinforce what has been taught in class. However, EP will be minimal and not stressful. There is a comprehensive EP Policy in place. For Grades I to VII, EP is given for only two subjects of which one is be done in school while the other is to be done at home.

Q.26. What are the sports facilities provided by the school?

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Q.27. In case of a medical emergency, how will the school take care of my child?

Ans. In keeping with international standards, an in-house medical nurse is present at all times during school hours in order to attend to minor injuries and medical emergencies. The school has a tie-up with nearby hospital and parents will be informed simultaneously in case of emergencies.

Q.28. Do teachers undergo any professional development workshops?

Ans. Teachers undergo training courses and workshops on a regular basis, in order to enhance their professional skills. Teacher training is accorded a high degree of importance at GS. We cater for need-based training along with the essential training.

Q.29. What are the teachers’ qualifications?

Ans. The teaching faculty at GS is highly qualified and professional. Each teacher, as a minimum qualification, has secured a Bachelor in Education (B.Ed.) degree. A large number of our teachers also hold Post Graduate and Doctoral degrees. The Kindergarten Faculty consists of teachers who have secured a globally-recognised Montessori qualification.

Q.30. How often are Parent Teacher Conferences (PTC) conducted?

Ans. There are a minimum of four PTCs in a year to facilitate regular parental engagement.

Q.31. Is there any other way to interact with teachers, other than a PTM?

Ans. GS considers parents as partners in the education process and parents are free to meet teachers, with prior appointment, as and when necessary.

Q.32. What are the Fee Details?

Ans. For details of School fees, please contact the Parent Relation Executive at +91 9999120193/91.

Q. 33. What is the curriculum strength of the Pre-Primary wing?

Ans. We follow the Montessori Method of education combined with Gardner’s Multi-Intelligence Theory. It is an educational methodology that is logical, is based on respect for a child’s natural psychological development as well as technological advancement. The characteristic of Montessori education is carried forward in the formal school by adding on other best practices like Waldorf, Reggio Emelia Curriculum, Play Way, Jodo Gyan, Abacus, and Jolly Phonics.

Q. 34. How are activities and sports conducted for an effective teaching learning process?

Ans. Our curriculum is a unique blend of world class pedagogy and teaching methodology. The amalgam of various activities is an integral part of teaching methodology. Exposure to multiple activities enables us to tap into the diversity of intelligence of each child, discover their strengths and provide a suitable platform to excel. Language skills, along with personal, social and physical education are a part of academic learning.

Q. 35. How is the competence of the faculty ensured?

Ans. There is a rigorous process of selecting the faculty members. The process involves group discussion and presentation, written test, personal and subject interview, and class demonstration. To continuously enhance the skills of the faculty and to keep them abreast with the latest developments in the field of education, regular workshops for teachers are conducted.

Q. 36. What kinds of systems are followed by the school to ensure the safety, security and hygiene standards?

Ans. The safety and security of children is the prime concern of the school and all plausible steps are taken to ensure it in the school campus and the school buses. The campus has CCTV surveillance, fire detection and firefighting measures of highest standards. The security guards at the gate and at various vantage points are trained to control and monitor any kind of movement inside the campus. School transport vehicles are air-conditioned and are equipped with a Global Positioning System. To meet any medical emergency, the school has professionally qualified full-time nurse on its roll. Highest standards of hygiene and sanitation are maintained. The school has a housekeeping department with trained attendants.

Q 37. What is the curriculum at primary stage in the school?

Ans. Gyaananda School has a well-designed and extensive educational programme for Pre-Primary, Primary school. The Pre-Primary Curriculum is the best of Montessori, Waldorf and Reggio Emelia Curriculum. The School aims to introduce E-learning modules from Class III onwards. E-Learning modules designed at Gyaananda School helps in enhancing the learning and fosters the growth of the child. The curriculum focuses on the overall development of the child and preparing future leaders. The diverse curriculum engages the full spectrum of human intelligence and develops critical thinking, sound judgment, and problem-solving abilities while honing their exclusivity and originality.

Q 38. What is Collaborative learning and approach at Gyaananda?

Ans. Collaborative learning can occur between just two students or within a larger group, and it can take a variety of forms. The basis of collaborative learning is constructivism: knowledge is constructed and transformed by students. The learning process must be understood as something a learner does by activating already existent cognitive structures or by constructing new cognitive structures that accommodate new inputs. Learners do not passively receive knowledge from the teacher; teaching becomes a transaction amongst all the stakeholders in the learning process. At Gyaananda, collaborative learning will be a technique teacher will use to group students together to impart learning in a positive way.

FAQs for Accounts

Q 1. What is the amount need to be paid initially at the time of admission?

Ans. For details of School fees, please contact the Parent Relation Executive at +91 9999120193/91.

Q.2. Do we have to pay Admission fees one time only?

Ans. Yes

Q.3. Is the Admission fees refundable in case the child is unable to join back school?

Ans. Yes

Q.4. Is the Security fees refundable at the time of withdrawal?

Ans. Yes

Q.5. What is the current fee structure for Pre-primary classes?

Ans. Tuition fees: 25500/- (Quarterly)

Q.6. What is the current fee structure for Primary classes (Grade I to V)?

Ans. Tuition Fees: 30000/- (Quarterly)

Q. 7. What is the current fee structure for Grade 6 and 7 classes?

Ans. Tuition Fees: 36000/- (Quarterly)

Q.8. What is the last date for fee payment??

Ans. The school fees are required to be paid before 10th of the first month of the respective quarter.

Q.9. What are the late payment charges?


Date Late payment charges
From 01st  to 10th RS. 0
From 11th to 15th Rs. 100
From 16th  to 20th Rs. 200
From 21th to 25th Rs. 300
From 26th  onwards Rs. 500
Q.10. What are the modes of payment for fees?

Ans. The payments can be made online through NEFT/RTGS/IMPS or a cheque can be made in favour of Gyaananda School. No cash fee is acceptable.

Q.11.Does school provide meal and transport facilities?

Ans. Yes, both facilities are available for our students.

Q.12. What are the fees for Meals and transport?

Ans. For details of School fees, please contact the Parent Relation Executive:  +91 9999120193/91.

FAQ's for Pre-Primary

Q.1. What method do you follow to teach the Children?

Ans. Activity based method as per the child’s age and the environment is used to teach them. Our entire focus is on the child and all the activities go around him/ her. These activities are not only to clarify the concepts but also to meet the various needs of the child such as refinement of senses, motor development & the development of Art & Dance at the same time.

Q.2. Is your school a child-centered, a teacher-centered, a curriculum-centered or a parent-centered school?

Ans. Our school is totally child-centered school

Q.3. Can we stay to get my child settled when dropping them off?

Ans. For some children, this is the first separation from their parents. We understand that this is often a difficult experience for the youngsters. It is important to let your child know you are leaving but will come back for them after school. For the first few days, you may want to stay 5 to 10 min in the car. We will be glad to check on your child’s progress.