Top Day Schools of India: EducationWorld India School Rankings 2021-22
New Delhi: EducationWorld in association with C fore, Delhi has concluded its 15th annual EducationWorld India School Rankings survey. A sample respondents database of 11,458 parents, educationists, principals, teachers and senior school students in 28 cities and education hubs across India were interviewed to rate the country’s Top 3,000 schools on 14 parameters of education excellence.
Bengaluru, November 17, 2021 – EducationWorld in association with C fore, Delhi has concluded its 15th annual EducationWorld India School Rankings 2021-22 survey. The annual survey rates and ranks the country’s Top 3,000 schools in three main and seven sub-categories. These are the most comprehensive, in-depth and extensive league tables of any school ranking survey worldwide.
EWISR 2021-22 will be released over the months of November and December. Part-I with league tables of India’s Top Day Schools: Co-ed, Day-cum-boarding, all Boys and all Girls schools, as well as Government Day & Boarding schools and Special Needs schools, has been released.
As per EWISR 2021-22, Part-I results, India’s #1 Day Schools are :
Heritage Experiential Learning School, Gurugram (Day Co-ed category)
SAI International School, Bhubaneswar (Day-cum-boarding)
JB Petit High School for Girls, Mumbai (all Girls) and
Campion School, Fort, Mumbai (all Boys category)
In Part-II, League tables of Legacy Boarding schools (Co-ed, all Boys, exclusively Girls), new genre International schools (Day, Day-cum-boarding and wholly Residential) and Budget Private and pre-primary schools will be released on December 15.
To conduct the 2021-22 EWISR survey, the Delhi-based market research, and opinion polls company Centre for Forecasting and Research Pvt. Ltd (C fore, estb.2000) constituted a sample respondents database of 11,458 individuals including school principals, teachers, educationists, fees-paying parents in SEC (socio-economic category) ‘A’, and senior school students in 28 major cities and education hubs across India. To rate and rank the best Government schools, parents in SEC ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ categories were also interviewed. The sample respondents were persuaded to rate India’s most well-known 3,000 primary-secondary schools on 14 parameters* of education excellence.
“Although EWISR is primarily a perceptions-based survey, we have been publishing hard data including class XII school-leaving exam average scores of institutions willing to provide them. Moreover this year, the scores awarded under the important parameter of ‘teacher competence’ include teachers’ scores in a special online test administered by CENTA (Centre for Teacher Accreditation), a teacher development and certification company. These annual surveys are pragmatic and their great merit is that we have ideated over a dozen benchmarks for holistic school education, and generated huge nationwide awareness of the vital importance of well-rounded, balanced education,” says PremchandPalety, Chief Executive of C fore, explaining the ratings and ranking methodology of EWISR 2021-20.
In addition to private schools, India’s #1 Government Day, Boarding schools as well as Special Needs Schools are :
· Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, Sector 10, Dwarka, Delhi is ranked as India’s #1 Government Day School
· Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV), Bagalur, Bengaluru Urban is the #1 Government Boarding School.
· Academy for Severe Handicaps and Autism (ASHA), Bengaluru is the top-ranked Special Needs School.
“In the year of the Covid pandemic during which all schools countrywide were under government-imposed lockdown for over 60 weeks, two new parameters — ‘online education effectiveness’ and ‘mental and emotional well-being services’ — have been added. In no country worldwide has such an extensive and comprehensive primary-secondary schools rankings survey has been undertaken, that provides insights into ways and means to continuously raise teaching-learning standards for the greater good of the community and country. We are proud to present the world’s largest and most sophisticated school rankings survey,” says DilipThakore, Founder-editor of EducationWorld.
* The 14 parameters of education excellence on which the schools were ranked are –
· Academic Reputation
· Competence of Faculty
· Individual Attention to Students
· Leadership/ Management Quality
· Curriculum and pedagogy (digital readiness)
· Co-curricular Education
· Safety and Hygiene
· Community Service
· Online Education Effectiveness
· Parental Involvement
· Teacher Welfare and Development
· Value for Money
· Mental and Emotional Well-being Services
· Infrastructure Provision