Friday, October 27, 2006

Mother’s International School

The Indian Express Neha Sinha Home> Delhi> Page One Friday , October 27, 2006
New Delhi, October 26: Like a number of parents in Delhi trying to get their children admitted to school this year, Sonali finds the new nursery admission policy suggested by the Delhi High Court-appointed expert committee to be a mixed blessing.
Many parents, including Sonali, are finding that the points system which awards more marks for considering one's own former school and for having a sibling in the same institution doesn't always work. But by far the biggest problem remains the neighbourhood policy, with parents saying there is an unequal distribution of schools.
Sonali passed out from Mother’s International School at Adchini but finds that this does not help her son — her first-born — in any way as her old school is too far from her current residence. Like the alumni factor, the sibling factor does not help Sonali or her son in any way: Sonali’s daughter is yet to go to a playschool.

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