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Pramiti School at JP Nagar


Pramiti School at 155, 6th Main, J.P Nagar 3rd Phase, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560078

Phone Number:

+91 80-41206718 / +91 9008944976



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Classes offered:

Nursery to 12th

Age criteria:

Toddler Community: A programme for children from the age group of 15 months to 3 years
House of children: A programme for children from the age group of 3 years to 6 years
Elementary Programmes : A programme for children from the age group of 6 years to 12 years
Adolescent Community: A programme for children from the age group of 13 years to 18 years

Syllabus offered:

School do not follow any particular method or philosophy and their curriculum is not restricted by methods. School follow the child in every aspect and ensure that they provide a conducive environment that enables learning.

Fee Structure(yearly):

Approximate Rs 80,000/-

Admission Procedure:

Starts in the month of November
Written Exam: No
Parents Interview: Yes
Child Interview: Yes
Documents Required: Passport size Photograph of child
Copy of the Birth Certificate
Copy of Vaccination Records
Copy of the previous schools records
Cheque or Demand Draft for Rs. 2000/- drawn in favour of “Crossover” payable at Bangalore

School Timings:

Not available



Review Parameters:

a.Fees Charged: Moderate
b.Co-curricular activities: Good
c.Academics: Good
d.Teachers to student's ratio: 1:10
e.Class Strength: 10 - 15
f.Infrastructure: Good
Playground: Yes
Classroom Quality: Good
Toy Library: Yes
Books Library: Yes
Laboratory: Yes
Auditorium: Yes
g.Events: Sports meet, Bhumi Pooja, Navratri Jalsa, Festivals, Annual day etc
h.Communication: Monthly
i.Established: Not available

What You'll like:

  • Pramiti does not believe in rewards and punishment but also understands the need for reinforcement and consequences.
  • Pramiti does not consider any activity to be extra- curricular. School believe that every activity is part and parcel of the curricula of the school and should be treated with equal passion, rigour and importance.
  • Pramiti treats examinations as part of the learning process and as a summation of developing study skills. So, children welcome examinations like any other aspect of learning. Children are not “trained” but develop the skill sets required to prepare and write an examination or test. Children develop the sense of self assessment and therefore are able to withstand competition in a healthy way.

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