India’s 3 Expensive Schools You Can Only Dream About | Expensive Indian Schools

Name the parent who wouldn’t want their kids to get the excellent schooling and the best study in the whole wide country? Well, it’s only safe to say that pretty obviously not every parent affords to be able to do so, they are attempting their fine, but the Fees, if you read about them, will blow your minds beyond imagination. And by the time every kid grows up, he wishes himself to have had gotten his education in these huge expensive schools. Following are enlisted 3 of the most Expensive Indian Schools with the most excellent study we can think of and massive fee structure that may not even come into our wildest dreams!

1)The Scindia SchoolExpensive SchoolsExpensive Schools
Originally called as The Sardar’s School, established in 1897 by the visionary HH Maharaja Madhavrao Scindia I. The massive fees that this institution charge can be said to be including its most beautiful scenic beauty, located atop the magnificent Gwalior Fort, the city below and the hills behind. Such a Beauty, no? Also, the ramparts of the Fort have witnessed Tantia Tope’s troops battling the British and seen Rani Jhansi bai breathe her last breath. Walls that have witnessed such great a history and build within nature can never go wrong with inculcating the same in its students. Although, it was first begun exclusively for the Princes of Royal households and elite-nobles. The famous names who have studied from this imperial school include Mukesh Ambani, Salman Khan, and Anurag Kashyap. For today, if you want your kid to get admitted to this school, get ready to shed nearly 7.8 lakhs per annum for the fees only.

2)The Doon SchoolExpensive Schools
Established in 1929, amidst the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains, Doon School is just a five-hour drive away from the national capital, New Delhi. The boys-only school is named after the valley it is built in, known as the Doon Valley. The Doon has been a grooming house for India’s richest kids. Famous kids such as Rahul Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and the CEO of HERO group Sunil and Pawan Munjal have also pursued this school for higher education. The school fees as costly as 10 lakh rs. on an average is what one needs to pay apart from the various miscellaneous expenses which take the total fees to nearly 11 lac rupees for a year.

3) Woodstock School, MussoorieMost Expensive Indian
You can imagine the view this school must have while situated in the Doon valley, the Tehri Hills, and the ancient Siwalik Range, right? Woodstock School is a co-ed boarding school located in Landour, established in a small hill station near the town of Mussoorie. Famous Actor Tom Alter and Mrs. Nayantara Sehgal had been to these schools to complete their education.
The total amount of money which you need to shed for an admission for a pre-nursery student starts with 4 lakh per annum, while for a student of standard 12th student one can be charged with nearly 16 lakh rupees an annum.

Looking at these schools, one has to just think is there some special education system which these schools are imparting their students with or is it just a way to make out money out of the education system.

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