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HUS SCHOOL FEES

5 replies, Page 1

 

76meher

2016-01-09 17:41:39

 

HI
 Can someone pls give me details on the Hiranandani Upscale School fees structure?? 
TIA.


sowm84

2016-01-11 17:32:45

 

One good thing about HUS is no upfront non-refundable donation. For the current year, they have very considerable admission fee which was around 15K and 40K deposit. It’s the same fee structure for CBSE and IGCSE. Then based on the board, the tuition fee differs. They are planning to make some changes on IGCSE (from 2 semesters to 3 terms or something like that and educational year starts in August). All these detaisl are not confirmed until they start issuing application form. 
 


76meher

2016-01-11 21:14:13

 

That’s the deposit amount…15 k n 40k..??but what about the school term fees?? Pls give details as I too am considering that school as an option.TIA
 


arkp

2016-01-17 20:42:41

 

any one pls provide the fees structure for lkg standard for hiranandani upscale school

 

 



micant

2016-09-10 21:02:29

 

Dear parents, we would be moving from bangalore to chennai…looking for admissions grade 8 n 11 in HUS…..any ideas abt the admission dates…has any batches passed out??

 


purpl

2016-09-18 03:35:03

 

Can we choose montessori for primary and later shift child to cbse?
 


 

 

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      Parents, teachers of Hiranandani school allege harassment by management

      Parents and a section of teachers from Hiranandani Upscale School (HUS) at Kelambakkam locked horns with the school management on Tuesday morning after they thronged the premises alleging harassment of children and teachers by the school’s director and demanding his removal.

      | Nov 2, 2016, 05:58 IST

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      CHENNAI: Parents and a section of teachers from Hiranandani Upscale School (HUS) at Kelambakkam locked horns with the school management on Tuesday morning after they thronged the premises alleging harassment of children and teachers by the school’s director and demanding his removal. The principal of the HUS CBSE branch said the “system was being looked down upon.”

      Propagation of anti-national sentiments by the school director, discrimination against CBSE teachers, and humiliation of students and teachers alike were some of the allegations raised by the parents and teachers, who later lodged a complaint with Kelambakkam police against Mark Curnane , the director.

      The Hiranandani group refuted the allegations stating that false complaints were being propagated at the behest of certain individuals with wrong intentions. “We like to express that the allegations and complaints are false made with the intent to lower the reputation of school,” said an official statement.

      The demonstrators said their protest was triggered by a number of issues that had been plaguing them for more than eight months.

      The parents alleged that children were not allowed to enter the school premises until 10 minutes before school starts, all classrooms were locked until teacher arrived, and girl children were stopped on the way to the washroom even during their menstrual days. They claimed children were sometimes forced to gulp down their food in 15 minutes as the canteen could accommodate only a limited number of children.

      Captain Prakash Yuvaraj, a parent, said the children were not allowed to go to the washroom when they wanted to relieve themselves and were made to wait. Another issue was his alleged propagation of “anti-national” sentiments. “The director, a British national, has reduced the duration of the national anthem being sung on the premises. He even got posters of Mahatma Gandhi and Abdul Kalam removed in the school and made statements in the presence of children that Independence Day is a sad day for Britishers,” said the parent.

      Meanwhile, some teachers alleged that CBSE school teachers were being discriminated against. “Mark has made open statements that CBSE is useless and is forcing teachers to move to IGCSE. If they refuse, threats are made to terminate the teachers’ services,” said Apar B, another parent.

      Principal Vasumathy Srinivasan, who was asked to resign by the director as she supported the parents’ views, said: “The curriculum and system are being ridiculed. Everything was discriminated with a belief that Indian universities are not worth entering. This is the kind of treatment in the school. Children are humiliated and teachers are ridiculed in the presence of children and we are pushed down. This is not something I cannot accept.”

      Parents said Sodexo food was being offered free to children in a bid to tempt the children and expose them to outside food. Parents said that when they broached the topic, they were told that kids who bring home made food may be separated.

      They claimed that Curnane was attempting to shift their children to the International school, which is a huge money spinner. “He has no locus standi to interfere in CBSE education matters but in the guise of an administrator allegedly interferes in classes and terminates teachers and the principal without any cause,” parents said.

      Meanwhile, the Hiranandani group maintained that the school has always inculcated ideas of sovereignty, secularity and brotherhood among students and teachers. “Allegations about HUS which is imparting nationalism and patriotism among its pupils are far-fetched and have been done with the motive to defame the school,” said a statement from P S Ganesh, legal advisor to House of Hiranandani.

      The allegations made against the school that there is discrimination between the students of CBSE and ICSE are baseless and false.

      “No misbehaviour has been committed by the director of the school. The allegations about restricting girl students from using rest room during their biological discharge cycle are beyond any comprehension and do not have an iota of truth. The students are provided with free food made by the best cooks and students are at liberty to take food from the canteen free of cost or have their own food,” it added.

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