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  Problems in School: Kensri School
Name: Vidhya
Date: 2005-12-10
I just want to let u all know that if you are looking for a good school in and around RT Nagar / Hebbal / Jakkur area... I can vouch for Kensri school.

I am taking admission for my 3year old daughter for LKG. The school is very good with airy class rooms and the class strength is only 25 students. They follow CBSE Syllabus and the admissions are on.

All the best.

Vidhya


Name: sridevi
Subject:  reg making students feel more confident!
Date: 2007-06-21
depending on the student the teachers need to spend more time ie. with students who r not expressive to make them more confident.
i want to know what is the step being taken to introduce spanish language is it gone with the wind
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Name: Maha
Subject:  Is kensri still good?
Date: 2006-11-25
Kensri was good when Ms.Usha Srinivasasn a mature and able person was leading it from the front. But now with a teen heading the school the school seems to have lost it direction and is diluting its principles. More of nepotism goes in choosing the teachers and also awarding the merits to students. The teachers child always seems to be the topper.
Unfortunately the founder seems to turn a blind eye to the degradation of principles. A sad turn on the school on which we had great hopes.
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Name: PM
Subject:  about kensri
Date: 2006-03-25
hi..read ur msg abt kensri posted abt 3 mths back. what were ur other options and how did u arrive at the decision to choose kensri over say vidyashilp or dps ? i too will be returning to india and am looking at these three schools for my kids who r going to 8th and 4th in cbse curriculum. wd truly appreciate every input into making my mind clearer abt our choice of school. thanks in advance
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Name: cvenkat
Subject:  kensri school
Date: 2006-01-09
yeah, i agree with you, my kid is in class 4. The principal Usha is a true educationist, when I sent my kid for class one admission - i remember Usha saying that I dont believe in admission tests, my teachers are very capable and they will get all children upto speed. There is no pride in taking the best kids and getting them to fare well.
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Name: maha goyal
Subject:  Do still feel the same way ?
Date: 2006-11-25
Do still feel the same way about the school after usha and co ( Mr.Srinivasan and her daughter ) has left the school. I admitted the child when the school was not yet recognized, but i only wanted my child to be educated under usha madam, but today I have started looking for other school.
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Name: Suman
Subject:  Kensri
Date: 2006-07-11
I want to know how good is Kensri school for Std 5 onwards for children with learning disabilities.
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