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‘Teachers at Apeejay Noida have been guiding my sons well’

Father-of-two Nitin Agarwal reveals why he enrolled his sons in Apeejay School, Noida



Nitin Agarwal’s sons Ayansh and Advik study in class 10 and class 3 respectively at Apeejay School, Noida. The father, who works as the Business Process Owner at DuPont, a chemicals company, appreciates the school’s focus on academics and the way teachers guide students. Read on to know more about his experience with the school:

What made you consider Apeejay School Noida and why did you finally enroll your children there?

When we started looking for schools after shifting to Noida from Hyderabad, we finally chose Apeejay School, Noida, based on the survey of the top schools done by news organisations. I already knew Apeejay as one of the good schools in Noida and had already spoken to them regarding admission, so I went ahead and enrolled my kids in the school.

What do you think of the school’s infrastructure?

Apeejay’s infrastructure is very good—they have a huge playground. Post-pandemic, I am hoping to see the school make the most of it through sports activities. My son has been to basketball competitions a couple of times.

What do you have to say about the Apeejay’s quality of education?

In terms of the education provided by the school, I would say Apeejay is doing a good job. The teachers are experienced and very good at their job.

In what ways has the school facilitated your sons’ overall progress?

My children are progressing well. They have developed confidence. The two years of the pandemic had its effect on the kids, but I am hopeful that they will progress further in the coming years. Advik is in his initial stages of learning, so he is yet to get more exposure. Ayansh, on the other hand, has been doing very well in academics; he has been guided well and is doing self-study.

Now that Ayansh is in class 10, how well are the teachers preparing him for the board exam?

Yes, the students have been given a choice to stay home and prepare for the board exam. Ayansh is following that. However, the teachers are available over the phone to clear all doubts. Ayansh messages them after school hours in case he needs help. They are guiding him.

Disha Roy Choudhury is a Principal Correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. She has worked as a journalist at different media organisations. She is also passionate about music and has participated in reality shows.