Good Schools of India

Press acclaim for the book Guide to Good Schools of India, 
published by EBD

‘All that you ever wanted to know about boarding schools in India.’
 -The Telegraph, Calcutta
‘Worth reading even for the general reader.’ 
-The Times of India, New Delhi
‘A very, very good book.’
 -Mid Day, Mumbai
‘A very useful book ...’ 
-The Tribune, Chandigarh
‘A detailed and comprehensive description of over hundred residential schools.’ 
-The Hindu, Chennai
‘The book, a first in India, is a commendable effort which will help parents weigh carefully all the available options for their children.’ 
-Business India
‘A useful effort’ 
- Cyber News, Business India
‘Finally we have a good book on the residential schools in India.’ 
- Schools
‘Where they are? What they cost you? Descriptions of the best residential schools in India.’ 
-India Today
‘A book which can greatly assist parents make a judicious choice of an institution for their children.’ 
-United News India
‘The book acts as a very helpful guide for parents and guardians wanting information on appreciable residential schools in India.’ 
-The Statesman, Calcutta
‘The book is a great boon for parents...’ 
-Garhwal Post, Dehra Dun
‘A useful book if you are caught on the horns of dilemma while deciding where to send the apple of your eye for “good” education.’  
- The Tribune
‘Sorted by name, affiliation - Central Board of Secondary Education, State Secondary Boards, International Baccalaureate and so on - and type (boys, girls or co-ed), the site offers exhaustive information on schools from Sharanabasveshwar Public School in Gulbarga, Karnataka, to Donyi Polo Vidya Bhawan in Itanagar, Arunanchal Pradesh.’  
- Cyber Chatter; India Today
‘This exclusive website is for Parents, Teachers and Students alike. In addition, it is a good resource for the Schools too. Packed with valuable information and supported by educationists and the school community, it presents to the World the top residential schools of India.’ 
- Kashmir Times
‘This invaluable compendium lists nearly a hundred top residential schools in India and will benefit both the parent and child in making the decision to enter a renowned portal of learning.’ - 
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