At Ekya, we are constantly striving to deliver best of education to our community of learners, thinkers, doers and change-makers. Our efforts are well appreciated by our students, parents and alumni who have come forward to share their thoughts and feedback on our school, curriculum and teaching methodologies.
Parent of Grade 1 Ekya Student
"The Annual day was truly a spectacular show! The theme was informative and entertaining. The format of the show allowed all the kids to participate according to their talent and comfort levels. Putting up a show with 600 children is not an easy task and the Ekya School ITPL team aced it. The props, decor, accessories, music etc was all put together very well. Congratulations to everyone involved in the production. Already curious and looking forward to next years show."
Parent of Ekya ITPL
"Both my daughters go to Ekya ITPL and are very happy with the school. The teaching methodology here is different and the children get to learn practically rather than by studying only theory. The best thing that I like about the curriculum is that the exam question papers test the understanding of the subject. There is tremendous commitment and engagement between students and teachers. I like the way the school events are conducted - very well organised from start to finish. Finally, I like the concept of parents being able to meet the teachers for discussion one-on-one on any given day with prior appointment. There is always room for improvement for the school but overall I’m happy that my children enjoy learning at Ekya."
Parent of Grade 11 Ekya student
"My daughter is happy and is always looking forward to school. We are happy with her progress at Ekya!"
It was the third quarter of 2016, and my daughter was in Grade X in a popular international school. We were hunting for a good school for her to complete her Grades XI and XII – one that didn’t have thousand students, making it difficult for the management and faculty to pay attention to each child or listen to their parents. We wanted a grounded schooling during these two crucial years.
Many school visits later, we came to Ekya, and immediately loved the place. The environment was just right; it wasn’t too small, nor was it too big. From the beginning, we liked our interaction with the school administration. We were happy when my daughter secured admission into the school. It has the right mix of academics and extracurricular activities.
One year down the line and we are glad we made the choice. We have liked so many aspects of the school. The Open Day was perhaps one of the best we have ever witnessed. The exhibits, play, and the Sound and Light show were unique and so interesting. Kudos to the teachers for helping the students bring out their best!
Parent of Ekya Early Years student
"We attended Abhinav’s observation and met with his teachers. It was an absolute delight to see the teaching techniques employed at Ekya – innovative and the involvement of teachers, exemplary! As a son of a teacher myself, I’ve seen the level of pedagogy at Ekya and I must laud the effort they put towards imparting education."
Parent of Grade 3 Ekya student
"Our son has been at Ekya since Montessori and there hasn’t been a single day where he’s been cranky to go to school, highlighting the effort put by the schools from the beginning. He is in Grade 3 and he simply loves reading novels and books. Many thanks to Ekya for their constant hard-work and focus on every child’s learning"
Ms. Asha Doris
"It is amazing to see students wanting to come to school just to see what interesting things they will explore and discover each day. I’ve had the privilege of working with great leaders, talented young minds and amazing teachers over the years here."
Grade 10 student
"We get an affirmation, that is, the teacher writes what she likes about the class or student, which we place on chart. That culture is something very special to Ekya because we realize our strengths and how we can take them forward."
Parent of Grade 6 Ekya student
"I love how Ekya lets my son learn at his own pace without pressurizing him and thereby bringing out the best in him. The best part is he wants to attend his school on holidays too"