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Schools in Saidapet Chennai

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  • The Indian Public School in Saidapet, Chennai

    At TIPS, we have a tendency to aim to grant each kid the attainable  begin possible in their education through spirited and fascinating teaching. we have a tendency to alter the kids to become active learners by giving difficult, broad and balanced International Baccalaureate and Cambridge programme programs.   Throughout the varsity we wish our kids to relish a large vary of educational and co-curricular experiences that bring the programme to life and create learning fun. All our facilitators make sure the absolute best quality of education for the kids in each year cluster. we have a tendency to facilitate students learn within the ways in which square measure right for them, nurturing a joy for learning and a passion to pursue their interests.|Chennai|SchoolAdmissions|IGCSE
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  • The Fathima Matriculation Higher Secondary School in Saidapet, Chennai


    The school was founded in the year 1978 under the name The Fathima English School by our beloved correspondent Late. Mrs. Durrai Shawar Begum. A minority institution managed by the teams trust a non-profiteering society registered under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act of 1975.  

    With a humble beginning of 11 students and three teachers, the classrooms were only two thatched huts and a small office. Subsequently it grew into a co-educational matriculation school and further into a matriculation higher secondary school. Now the school boasts of three massive buildings, housing class rooms, basket ball court, science laboratories and a library. It is a non-profiteering institution recognized by the Government of Tamilnadu.

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