ANNUAL OUTLOOK CFORE SURVEY
India's Best Schools
The Centre for Forecasting and Research (C fore)
conducted the survey in six metros and Chandigarh.
Teachers (632 in all) in each city were asked to evaluate on a 10 point of scale the
schools they were familiar with on a 10-point scale under 7 parameters -- competence of
faculty, attention to studies, individual attention to students, sports, extra-curricular
activities, teaching moral & social values and infrastructure & facilities. Top 15
schools in each city were ranked based on the average aggregate score.
Thank you to all those who have taken the trouble to read the article and share their thoughts. Out of the arguments made here, there are two that perhaps need answering. So here they go.
1. The first part of the article compares outcomes (relative percentages of population of the religions concerned) irrespective of the process that led to those outcomes - whether immigration, relatively faster population growth or conversions. This was for two reasons. One, to put the figure of 2.3 per cent in "numerical perspective", as the article itself explained. The second reason was that outcomes are ultimately what the crux of debate is about. The rest of the article in any case dealt with process - or conversions in this case, from both a contemporary and historical perspective.
2. Some commenters have tried to cast doubts on the reliability of Census 2001. Those who do this should bear in mind that Census 2001 was conducted by a BJP government. Considering the extreme importance that BJP gives to this issue, it would be reasonable to expect that IF it had perceived a problem with the methodology that was distorting the numbers, it would have fixed it. As the article mentioned, BJP or BJP-supported governments have been in power for 10 of the last 40 years, or about a quarter of the time, and the only reasonable conclusion one can arrive at is that any misreporting of numbers, real or perceived, would be marginal and hence, not of importance.
To all other arguments made, my answer is the following: Please read the article again, with particular focus on the quotations of Vivekananda and Monier Williams, and the history of the missionary efforts in Bengal and their outcome.
I would like to mention here about Greenwood High International School. Greenwood High is an international day boarding School established in 2004 in Bangalore. The school offers IB, IGCSE and ICSE curriculum. Greenwood High stands out from the rest of the schools because of its best facilities like complete care and emphasis on the all-round development of the student. The futuristic curriculum lays equal emphasis on academics and personality development. So this school should be a part of the best schools in Bangalore.
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10 years from when you commented, the search for best school for my kid brought me to this page.Hey Let me share my experience with you. I did my tenth from Chitkara International School Chandigarh
The use of morals as a standard is baffling and puzzling. Little has been said to how these figures haave been arrived at and the authenticity of them. No respected ranking would use such an amorphous criteriion.
some best CBSE chennai schools in chennai like SBOA School and the Junior college, Bhavans Rajaji Vidhyasaram, the Chinmaya Vidhyalaya schools introduced CBSE online application for admission, it can be very useful for who want to join their childs in these schools from outside of tamilnadu or idia.
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