CBSE school franchise in India- EDIFY SCHOOL

MDN Edify Schools truly believe that as a ‘healthy mind can be found in a healthy body’. Similarly a conducive, positive environment encourages a sensitive, self motivated and goal oriented citizen, who is proud of what and how he/she is. Our Schools open windows for the children to the outside world through Guest Lectures, Field Visits and Open Forums, through which children become more perceptive of the tough competition in the real world. We counsel our students to choose careers intelligently to ensure that children excel in whatever they do, all this again by introducing them face to face to people from all walks of life.

Children learn to solve all sorts of problems through teamwork. They learn the skills of learning for continuous improvement. The classroom transactions are designed to generate inter-disciplinary knowledge through interactive sessions by creating opportunities for processing information. In today’s technology driven knowledge era, the above mentioned components are integral to the holistic development of children. Teachers in Edify Schools are facilitators in the true sense of the word.

Schools of MDN Edify Education adopt and adapt the CBSE philosophy to practice education for all without discrimination of any sort, this addresses the needs of the age groups being addressed. To a great extent the prime focus of Edify schools is the same as the CBSE Board. Our Edify Schools  practice a skill based curriculum and is content driven as well. The examination and evaluation processes are extremely dynamic to keep pace with the changing trends of research in education. We at MDN Edify work continuously on innovations in teaching-learning methodologies by devising student friendly and student centered systems.

MDN Edify Education believes that in their Schools, education is for life and not for passing the particular Grade examinations. And so the curricula, the pedagogical practices and the wide choice of subjects offered are such that children grow into competent, qualified and productive human resources of the workplace of tomorrow. Children are given enough freedom as well as space along with a democratic set up to enable them to develop the power of introspection and the belief that along with freedom comes responsibility. They must know that they are responsible for the choices they make, the decisions they take and the actions they get involved in.

What About Future Education ??

A World Economic Forum article recently said that 65% of all kids who are entering primary school today will have jobs that do not exist today.

That statement, in itself, is massively inspiring as well as deeply scary at the same time. Imagine today’s education system being entrusted with the task of preparing these young, primary school attending kids for the future world and future work. Yeah right, it is absolutely incapable – most of us know that already.

A system, a process and a curriculum that is itself not innovative, creative or adaptive cannot instil the spirit of innovation, creativity and adaptability. Today, more than the need for academic rigour, there is a need to identify that helping our kids learn and understand the process of being adaptive in nature so that they can adapt to any situation they face in the future that is going to be visibly different from today.

There are over 25 Crore (250 million) school going kids in India today. That is larger than any other country by a mile. And, given the social setup of the country, the dropout ratio is very high among those belonging to the base of pyramid space. And, one cannot blame it on them. Their family conditions, desire of parents / relatives to have an additional hand in earning for the family coupled with untimely deaths, marriages puts out their desire to learn more. The education system itself, in its current avatar, does not help much. Had it been a tad bit more interesting and oriented towards helping these kids relate to it based on their social setup and future desires, or in short been adaptive to their needs, they might have had the courage to stick it out.

The same WEF article also says that we have about 5 years to change how we learn, earn and care. This means in the straightest possible words that education systems need to support all these changes. There needs to be a paradigm shift on what is taught in schools and how it is taught. Early education, future oriented curriculum, digital education and a change defining habit of lifelong learning are all going to play a very critical role in preparing students for the un-anticipated future.

I wrote in a status yesterday something that I deeply believe in:

Learning = Function(capacity to learn)(intent to learn)

By this, I mean that for every student, for a classroom, for an entire school or university, while the capacity is a nearly defined value that does not change much throughout a learner’s lifetime, intent plays a very important role on how the learners learn. Unfortunately, the current curricula, processes, educators and systems don’t help much with enhancing or improving the intent of a student. More often than not, it all ends up demotivating a student.

Now, the change that we desperately need can come at three levels:

  • Policy level
  • Core academic level
  • Co-curricular & extra-curricular education level

Changes at policy level are the hardest to make. These involve multiple large juggernaut sized bodies including governments and education ministries. While the final gravity defining change MUST come from this level to actually move forward, it is extremely slow and waiting for this is only futile for education systems that have not changed much over centuries.

Core academic level changes can be brought about by educational institutions. A fairly large number of schools across the world chose to use the Montessori method of teaching as the core curriculum – the fact that it also needs modification given that it is over a century old created for a world that was starkly different is a different story. Some schools across India have adopted J Krishnamurti’s methodologies which takes courage to bring it out to a world that is least interested in growth and more in the numerical values of education among kids. But, these adoptions are scarce in the least and more global experts need to create more dynamic curricula and a vast, vast number of schools need to adopt it to the core to make it even a little impactful.

Changes at the lowest level, co-curricular & extra-curricular levels, can be brought about by us – the ordinary people. Parents, local educators, organisations and education start-ups have all started doing their bits here. The problem, though, is that the focus is completely haywire. Most folks are trying to change content – it is a piece that is least impactful. A child will not start learning better just because the content is more colourful or has games replacing books. It needs to go way deeper than that. This is where we all need to understand the value of understanding the intent of the learner. We need to understand that a more engaging ecosystem is needed to improve the intent to learn of a learner. Education has to have a closer link to what will improve future employment. Organisations working in education need to just stop rolling out of ‘better looking’ content and start bringing out new processes of learning beyond just giving out mobile applications or tablets. They need to re-program and re-wire the way content engages with a learner with the learner at the centre of the learning process.

Everything that a primary school student learns today needs to get them closer to being more creative, more adaptive and more imaginative as they grow up. The window is too small – 5 years, heck even 10 years, is too little a time if we don’t start acting today. One just cannot wait for all change to come at the policy or academic level. All of us, working so passionately in this education space in the 21st century, have a moral and social obligation to every kid who is entering primary school today and will grow up to be in a world that will be so visibly different than ours that our failure to usher the change will push them and their world into mass oblivion.

Education Is A Not Commodity And Student Is Not Consumer : Consumer Forum

A youth’s plea against an institute for allegedly not providing him with an internship or job as promised at the time of admission, has been rejected by a consumer forum here which observed that “education is not a commodity“.

A Delhi District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum (West) rejected the plea of the youth who sought refund of the Rs 3.52 lakh fee paid by him to pursue PG Diploma in Event Management and Public Relations at a private institute here.

The complainant, a Noida resident, had also sought compensation of Rs 40,000 on account of mental pain and agony and deficiency in service from the institute and its Executive Director.

“The complainant took admission with the opposite party, an education institution for pursuing PG Diploma in event management and Public Relations on payment of requisite fee.

“The opposite parties (institute and Executive Director) are imparting education. Therefore as held by Supreme Court, National Commission and State Commission of Chandigarh consistently, education is not a commodity and they are not service providers and the complainant is not a consumer under the Consumer Protection Act,” a forum bench headed by Presiding Officer R S Bagri said.

The forum accepted the assertion of the institute and its executive director that the complaint was not maintainable as the complainant “does not fall within the definition of consumer as provided under the Consumer Protection Act.”

 It observed that “education is not a commodity”.
The bench, while deciding the matter, considered various verdicts of the Supreme Court, National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission and a state commission, all of which had held that students are not consumers.
The youth had approached the consumer forum after he was refused a refund from the institute, which denied the allegations of any unfair trade practice.

Learning Inability In Child For Years Effecting Child Confidence To Do The Work Quickly

Imagine having a learning disability, and for years, never being able to do what other kids are able to do, or do it as well or quickly.

Kids want to please adults, want to be the kind of person adults want them to be. They compare themselves to others kids all the time. These are innate tendencies.

The symbolic self is the person a kid wants to be, and be seen as by others. Not being able to do what other kids do is threatening to their symbolic self, and frustrates their tendencies to want to please. Comparing themselves to others exacerbates the threat and frustration.

Believing you’re not living up to expectations is the formula for shame. It’s easy to imagine you won’t again in the future, and everyday tasks start become threatening – another opportunity to not live up to expectations.

The brain’s primary function is to recognize and protect us from threats. Kids start to react to school activities as they might life threatening events. They adopt the mistaken goal of avoidance of failure, and shut down, stay home, or even drop out eventually. Failing again is simply too threatening. It’s a mistaken goal because in shutting down, staying home or dropping out they’ll never get what they always really wanted.

The anxiety can become so intense that they literally plug into fight or flight. It’s why some run, some suck into their shells, and others coil, rattle and may even strike out with venom.

The shame and anxiety have to be addressed before our efforts to accommodate them academically can work. Otherwise, it’s like putting the cart before the horse.

One approach is to teach and encourage them to have Unconditional Self-Acceptance.

We need to help them see that they SHOULD on themselves, and LABEL and DAMN themselves, and that it just makes things worse.

Teach them to have an internal locus of control so they won’t be at the mercy of past failures, or others comments.

Only national awardee principals can continue after 60 : cbse board

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may schedule class X and XII board exams in the second week of March this year after the assembly elections in five states. The dates of the exam will, however, be declared early next week by the board. The exam usually commences from March 1st every year.

Last year, the board released the exam dates on January 2. This year, it is yet to announce the dates. Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur are scheduled from February 11 to March 8.Many of the teachers will be deployed on election duty in these five states. The board is, therefore, considering scheduling of the exams in the second week to avoid any clash.

An official, however, said that the dates will be announced early next week and students should wait until then.

However, students of class XII are worried that they will have to attempt the board exam and the joint entrance exam simultaneously if the exam commences late. JEE (Main) is scheduled to be held in the first week of April. Class XII exam usually begins on March 1 and ends in April.

Principals, however, said that the board usually avoids any such clashes and a delay of a week will not affect the results and other schedules. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has further clamped down on the way schools recruit principals by making changes to the bylaws governing superannuation.

Now only national awardee principals will be eligible to continue at their post after the age of 60 and that too only with prior approval of CBSE.

Until now, the process was fairly simple with even state and CBSE awardees being allowed to continue as principals till the age of 65, and that too without any intervention from CBSE.

Look At National Commission for Protection of Child Rights guidelines

Once the guidelines are notified by the women and child development ministry, no child below three will be enrolled at a playschool and all such institutions will have to register with the district authorities. Violators will face derecognition and action as per law.

 WCD minister Maneka Gandhi said that the guidelines were an important step towards regulating early childhood care centres operating in the form of playschools in the private sector. “The guidelines also state what kind of play and educational activities the children can be engaged in to ensure that the goal of development is achieved,” Gandhi said.
Since NCPCR’s recommendatory guidelines have been prepared within the framework of early childhood care, a subject that falls under the purview of women and child development, it comes under the concurrent list and cannot be made mandatory for states.
However, the guidelines issued by the Centre will set the course for states to regulate playschools. The states will have the option to adopt these guidelines or even explore the possibility of a legislation.
Himachal Pradesh happens to be the first state that is planning to bring a law to regulate play schools. “The aim is to prevent violation of child rights and any kind of abuse against children in the age group of 3 to 6 years by regulating preschools education,” NCPCR stated.

Students Portfolio In Edify School !!

Methodology :

The schools follow the CBSE syllabus which can be integrated with the International Baccalaureate IB PYP Primary Years Programmes from Kindergarten to Grade V. The uniqueness of our schools largely lies in this blended approach of offering the best of Indian content using the best of the International Methodologies. The MDN Edify Schools follow the internationally approved convention of a 12:1 student teacher ratio to optimize the learning process.

Regular field trips are organized based on our 3C Curriculum to help children understand the Inquiry Module in progress. Throughout the learning process, both the students and teachers are actively involved in assessing the student’s progress. Students regularly assess their own work and reflect on their own learning process. Teachers support the students in assessing their own work by providing assessment criteria’s. Students go through all the assessment steps through the Pre-Assessment, Formative Assessment and Summative Assessment.

Parent teacher meetings are held regularly in which the teachers show through different mediums how the students perform and behave in the class and how the students have progressed over a time period and the parents too provide their perspective.

Students maintain what they consider their best work collectively in a student’s portfolio. This helps the students self-assess their performance and learning. The portfolio is shared by the students with their parents in a Student-Led Conference. This conference allows the students to play an active role in reporting their progress to their parents. The students also put – up an Exhibition in which they showcase their Inquiry Module which also shows the action they would take and it focuses on the global issues too.

The subjects are not compartmentalized and the curriculum offers a seamless integration of classroom activities with other essential Life-skills necessary for students to emerge as leaders in the real world. Equal importance is given to developing the cognitive and psychomotor skills of students. Differentiated and child specific teaching methods help the facilitators and students by letting them move away from regular bookish knowledge, to include the amazing world outside the campus. Instead of being tied down by information provided in the classroom, the students of Edify Schools are allowed to explore their intellectual facilities, by seeing and doing things themselves.

Growth Of The Child And The Pedagogy Followed In The School

Resource Parent :
Parents are invited to share their experience and knowledge of their respective subject domain with our students during the inquiry. This helps the school to get a variety of resource people and also helps parents to spend time with students productively. For instance while an inquiry on communicable and non communicable diseases a member of the parent body from the medical profession is invited to share his expertise.

A parent teaching students of grade – classical dance during the inquiry on Cultures and religions


Coffee Morning :
We understand Parent anxiety when it comes to knowing about the growth of their child and the pedagogy followed in the school to enhance the growth. Hence the need for Coffee Morning. Parents are invited thrice a year in small groups for a casual interaction with the class facilitator to understand the teaching strategies applied in the school it is well said “a lot can happen over a cup of Coffee”.


Student Lead Conference(SLC) :
What better way to know your child’s progress than hearing it from them in their own creative way.

Students maintain their purposeful collection in portfolio. This helps the students in becoming self-assessors. The portfolio is shared by the students with the parent in a Student-Led Conference. This conference allows the students to play an active role in reporting the progress to their parents. The students also put – up an Exhibition in which they showcase their unit of Inquiry which focuses on the global issues.



Parent FAQ :
1. What is the meaning of the word Edify?
A. To Educate Intellectually, Spiritually, Morally
2. What does the Edify School Logo stand for?
A. The Pencil, a child’s first formal tool of learning is used in the logo
3. How many K-12 schools does MDN Edify Education Pvt. Ltd. have across India?
A. 25 plus
4. Is Edify School a brand name or company name or School Name?
A. Edify School is a School Name and Brand Name
5. How is MDN Edify Education associated with Edify School?
A. Edify School is Franchise module of MDN Edify Education
6. How many Edify Kids, Edify School and MDN Future School we have across India?
A. 125 Edify Kids, 17 Edify School and 8 MDN Future School
7. What roles do the promoters play in Edify School?
A. Promoter is the owner and decision maker of Edify School
8. Is it a recognized school?
A. Yes
9. What is full capacity of Edify School and why is it so.
A. Total capacity is 1640, in each class we accommodate only 30 students in grade 1 to 12,and 25in Kindergarten, and max 4 sections
10. What is the vision of Edify School?
A. Our vision is to foster a society of individuals capable of progressive thinking, creating and initiating positive change in the social, economic and cultural fabric; to impact the global community through knowledge, understanding and attitude.
11. What support does MDN Edify Education provide to Edify School?
A. Guidance & Training from scratch
12. How many sports can a child choose?
A. 1
13. Do we have sports classes’ every day?
A. Yes
14. What Hobby facility do you provide in your school?
A. To be provided by each participant
15. How many hobbies can a child choose?
A. 1
16. Do we have hobby class’s everyday?
A. No – Only twice a week.
17. What IT facilities do we have?
A. IT labs, Edi click Software, Multimedia Content, Smart board, Robotics, Language labs, Wi-Fi enabled campus
18. How do you explain “Online Student Performance Tracking”?
A. All the progress report cards are available online can be viewed through Edi click Software.
19. Do our classes have computers and internet?
A. Yes
20. What IT tools do we use in classrooms?
A. Interactive Board, Projector, Laptops


Testimonials :
Hello Madam,

We have drafted below paragraph. We will send photograph with Varun tomorrow. We have three of our children studying in EDIFY. Son(Varun) is in 8th grade and daughters(Shalini and Sakshi) are in 2nd and 1st grade respectively. What impresses us the most is the children like the school very much. Every morning they are all very excited to go to school. They feel very proud to be part of the school and enjoy each day in the school. The school puts enough importance to each child and make sure that each one is special. Academics and extra-curricular are evenly balanced where a student is encouraged to take up sports of his choice. Coaches encourage children to take up sports where natural ability of the children lies and take deep interest in developing them to be an asset in their personality. istration team, good infrastructure, ample sports, health & hygiene focus, and sufficient parent-teacher interaction, makes this a much better school than most of the other schools around. We have lived abroad the past 12 years, while both our children have been born and brought up there. After a lot of research, we had to pick from a pool of 6 schools and we chose EDIFY. EDIFY is certainly in tune and in sync with today’s changing and growing es. We couldn’t be happier!

Surekha and Shiv Akumala

(Parents of Abhinav Akumala II D)

Dear Administrator,

I Nooruddin Hirani, and my wife, Minaz Hirani, Thank you, for giving us the opportunity to convey our thoughts. It gives us immense pleasure to share with you, how choosing the right institute for our son, is helping in bringing the best out of him. It was really hard to make a decision in choosing the right school for him, as Naail is our only son it was really challenging decision. The place where we are located has many reputed schools .And the travelling distance (40 mins appr) either ways, was the biggest worrying factor for us, since, as a kid after being in school for such a long day, will he be able to keep up good health and finish his work properly. But, after 2 years, we are very much convinced that we have not only chosen the right institute but also the best one for our kid. With our personal experience we can surely say that, Our School is one of the finest facility for our child. Besides academic, a wide verity of activities are available with in the premises. We are very proud to provide such a wonderful institute for our child, which, not only concentrate on studies, but also facilitate with extra curricular activities which helps him in growing actively both physically and mentally. While sending our son to school every morning, we eagerly wait for him to return home and share with us about the new things he learned at school.In his first year I was shocked to see my son singing the national anthem, saying shlokas and poetry in telugu(even i can’t speak and understand telugu ).To me it is really shocking to see my four year old son can do what i can’t. We are very much pleased, when we see overall development in our child. We have also noticed that our son is not only developing in sports and academics, but also developing as a responsible and creative child. Our School is not only helping our son to achieve academic success but also its preparing him with ethical values.

Just to shed light on few of the highlights,that we like

1) Well qualified staff

2) World class infrastructure

3) International quality of education

4) Good quality of transportation

5) Developing ethical values

6) Home PTM

7) Taking good care of all the students

To conclude in a few words, we are very much satisfied with the development and progress of our child, we can rest assure that our son is in good hands. We would like to thank you,and all the members of Our School for making this journey so much satisfying.

With regards,

Mr. Hari Kumar & Mrs ASHA

(parents of Ria Erramilli)

EDIFY is a school or should we say a home away from home wherein the kids feel comfortable as at home and the parents feel that the kids are as safe as they are at home.The schools concept Strive to Surpass stands good as the school is continuously working towards the overall growth of the students who are going to be the future of our country. The IB program provided by the school is truly of international standards as the teachers here follow the international method of teaching which is easily understandable for the children and is very important in the current fast paced life. Apart from a very large campus the school has a big swimming pool and a skating rink wherein the children are well trained by professionals. The other activities include yoga, swimming, skating, gymnastics, chess and basketball, special rooms for art and craft activities and music and dance classes which altogether make up for the overall growth and development of the children both physically and mentally.The cafeteria at the school is also very good as it provides healthy and nutritious food for children and maintains cleanliness at all times. Overall the school is the best in twin cities as it not only maintains high standards in academics and extracurricular activities, it is also located wonderfully in a pollution free environment not so far off from the city. At EDIFY each child is specially taken care of either by the staff inside the campus or by the security while boarding the buses.The transport facility is quite safe and convenient for both kids and parents. Apart from everything the teachers here inculcate in children true values which will motivate them to become better individuals in future. I have seen my son learn many such good values and am excited about his future.

Thanks & Regards,

Vineela Guduru

Mother of Adip Krishna Guduru

EDIFY, Grade 1D.

We hari kumar (post graduate in management) and Asha (post graduate in management) are the proud parents of ria erramilli of vth grade in Our School.we are very happy to see ria placed in Edify, as it has helped her to develop into a self confident and a holistic child. ria has done her primary education of three years in ireland in ‘scoil muirgan small ’.while shifting to india after a lot research through friends and internet ,we contacted mrs.mary ,who provided us with all required information as we were in different we are happy that we have made a wise decision as Edify is the platform where talents and skills are nurtured.

Mr. Hari Kumar & Mrs ASHA

(parents of Ria Erramilli)



#226/227,Near 25th Mile, Kanakapura Main Road,
Somanahalli, Bangalore-560082.
Phone :+91 7022895987 / 88
Mobile: +91 99165 26999(Admission Counsellor)
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VVN Trust known for their philanthropic initiatives commenced Edify School Kanakpura Road in 12. Built on a sprawling 7 acre campus driven by Subbaraj, a visionary leader, Edify School Kanakpura is a benchmark for all upcoming schools in the Edify family.

Mr. K.G. Subbaraj
President (VVN Trust),Chairman Edify School-Bengaluru
Mr. B S Arun Kumar
1st Vice President

Edify School Nagpur

Edify School Nagpur,
Khasra No. 50 Khairi
Kamptee Road Nagpur
Mobile: +91 07109-645302
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Edify School Nagpur

Promoted by Singh Education Society, Edify School Nagpur is our pioneer school and has gained momentum year after year to become a school in NEWS for all its achievements. The family efforts and synergy has led the school to its pinnacle.

Mr. Tavinder Singh Kohli
Mr. Gagandeep Singh Kohli

Edify School Amravati

212,kathora, Chandurbazar Road,
Amravati, Maharashtra – 444602.
Mobile: +91 9511914901
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Edify School Amravati

Promoted by Purab Hablani and Rohit, Edify School Amravati is the talk of the town. With its pristine campus and envious infrastructure, the school is set to deliver excellence in all spheres from day one of its launch this year.

Mr. Puran Hablani
Mr. Rohit Bhojwani

Edify School Tirupati

Mohan Gardens, Vaishnavi Nagar, Tiruchanoor, Tirupathi
Chittoor(dist), Andhra Pradesh
India PIN – 517503
Mobile: +91-877-3242324
Fax: 0877-2244471, 91-877-2244471
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Edify School Tirupati

Admission in Edify School Tirupati today is an aspiration for many students and is a difficult task to achieve. Best of class infrastructure, learning resources, committed teachers and an encouraging director – Praneeth, make the school a child’s fantasy.

Smt P.Sulochana

Edify School Electronic City

# 105, 34th Main, 23rd Cross,
Sector-A, Surya Nagar Phase-2,
Anekal Chandapura Main Road, Electronic City,
Bangalore – 562 106.
Mobile: +919900077179/80/81
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Edify School Electronic City

Driven by passion a successful architect and developer Ashok initiated Edify School Electronic City. The school yet nascent with just 2 years of existence is reckoned for its creative academic delivery, implementation of the Edify 3C philosophy and parent-connect programs.

Founder Trustee of the KME Trust
Trustee of the KME Trust

Edify School Mandsaur

Opposite DKY,
Gol Chauraha,
Pin: 458001,
Mobile: +91 8370006805/6/7/8/9
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Edify School Mandsaur

Edify School Mandsaur launched in 2014 has already become the epitome of excellence. Backed by Surana group and managed by Aditya, the goals are clear for this school. A strategically located 4 acre campus with state of art facilities just add to the excellent performance of the students and teachers.

Mr. Vijay Surana
Mr. Mayur Surana
Mr. Aditya Surana

Edify School Dehradun

Holkar Estate,
Mothrowala-Cantt Road,
Pin : 248001
Land: 07055511140
Mobile: +91 07055511150
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Edify School Dehradun located by the riverside and amidst beautiful hills is a sight to behold. Pankaj, an advocate by qualification founded Edify School Dehradun to realize his prophecy of a fully inclusive school. Launched in 2015 the school is securely progressing towards its vision.

Capt.S.R. Pal Holkar
Mrs.Kiran Holkar
Vice Chairman
Advocate Pankaj Holkar
Advocate Rajesh Rai
Hony Secretary

Edify School Chhindwara

Maharani Laxmi Bai Ward No. 9,
Lahgadua ,
Near Hindustan Unilever Limited,
Narsingpur Road, Chhindwara,
District Chhindwara (M.P.) 480001.
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Edify School Chhindwara

Planned on 5 acres campus Edify School Chinndwara is the first of its kind in the city. Directed by young and dynamic edupreneur, Sumit, Edify School Chhindwara being launched this year will emerge as the most preferred choice of parents in the city.

Edify School Patna

Dhawalpura, Marchi-Mahuli Road,
Bypass Thana, Patna,Bihar.
Pin : 800001
Land: 06123224860
Mobile: 09771491510/11
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Edify School Patna

Edify school Patna starts its operation in June 2016 and aspires to bring child centric education to people of Bihar. Young doctors Dr. Ravi and Dr. Sanjeev have envisioned Edify School Patna as a dream project.

Dr. Ravi Shankar Kumar
Mr. Ravindra Singh
Mr. Piyush Kumar

Edify World School Balapur

Balapur RCI Road,
Beside Balaji Township,
Land: 040-65444044
Mobile: +91 9248022221/11
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Edify World School Balapur

A super equipped campus, a charged team and a vibrant student body is the best way to describe Edify World School Balapur. A candidate school for international affiliation in the coming year the school is marching to achieve the milestones set by Vijay Simha and Anish.

Mr. V. Vijay Simha Reddy
Mr. V. Anish Reddy

Edify World School Firozabad

NH – 2 Agra Road,
Infront of Lazer Farm House,
Firozabad – 283203.
Mobile: 07535003509
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Edify World School Firozabad

When 3 friends Mayank, Mukesh and Hemant got together, they created a masterpiece called Edify World School Firozabad. Amenities and delivery of a metro yet affordability of a town, the school has successfully completed 2 years.

Mr Lalitesh Agarwal
Mr. Santosh Kumar Agrawal
Mr. Mukesh Jain

Edify World School Jaipur

Fagodiawala, Badke Balaji,
Ajmer Road, Jaipur,
Rajasthan, India,
Pin: 302 026,
Mobile: +91-8740932333, 8740832333
Landline: +91-141-2585245,46
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School with a global outlook and internationalism in its soul located in pink city Jaipur. Edify World School Jaipur has prospered under the chairmanship of Sudeerji and is entering into its new definition with futuristic vision to make its presence felt beyond boundaries

Mr. Sudhir Kumar Parasrampuria
Shri. Dayanand Agarwal
Mr. A.K Aggarwal
Mr. S.K Aggarwal