The number of schools in Indian education system is growing, but is it the best or worst?
We’ve put together a look at which schools are getting the most attention in India and which ones are getting most hate.
For this, we’ve asked you, our readers, to rate the schools you’ve visited in the past two months on five criteria:Quality: is the school a genuine school?
Are there any exceptional features that make it a standout?
Value: are the students getting value for money?
Cost: are parents able to afford the school?
Student-faculty ratio: is it a typical ratio of students to teachers?
In our first comprehensive ranking, we looked at schools in the US and UK, where there are more than 40 million students in schools with an average student-teacher ratio of more than 5:1.
India’s ranking, on the other hand, has a far smaller student-to-teachers ratio of less than 3:1, which means the average ratio is between 1.2:1 and 1.3:1 for the schools surveyed.
But the rankings are based on data from 2016-17, and the most recent data from 2018-19.
So, for the time being, India has not made any significant improvements to its student-student ratio over the last few years.
So which schools you might be most likely to see on the lists?
Here are the top 10 schools in your state:1-Bhamana School in Delhi2-Sharma Vidyalaya School in Agra3-Bharat Vidyala School in Amethi4-Sangeeti School in Mumbai5-Dalit Vidyasagar College of Engineering in Chennai6-Hindu Vidyayakarta College of Technology in Bangalore7-Sudha Vidyadham College of Commerce and Management in Bengaluru8-Vidyadhara College of Science in Hyderabad9-Kochi Vidyadharma College of Sciences and Technology in Kolkata10-Vajra Vidya Vidyashram College of Arts in Ahmedabad