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HDFC to launch an English medium school in Gurgaon
After HDFCs success as a major housing finance company, they have turned their attention on launching a new English medium school in Gurgaon, which would kick-start from the next academic year, 2015-16. The school is expected to be located in Sector 57.

The HDFC school, which would fall under the CBSE board will be launched sometime during the week. The admission procedure is scheduled to start pretty soon, from nursery till the III standard, while the school will have classes till the 12th standard. Though, they might not receive a number of applicants in higher classes soon, but they would want to provide a strong base to compete with other international schools in the city.

Such HDFC schools, which are going to be launched in Gurgaon and other metros shall be positioned as an international school. One thing with international school remains to be seen is the high fees that they charge from students, which makes their school affordable for a select few only. As per the report of Times of India, the monthly fees would be close to around Rs 8,000.

Apart from schools, HDFC will also provide school management and other allied services as well.

In a city like Gurgaon, which houses a number of corporate hunchos and expats, there could have been no better alternative for HDFC to open their school besides Gurgaon. It would also add to the number of ever increasing international schools in Gurgaon and make Gurgaon a better place for children to take up education, but only the elite class can think of admitting their children.

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