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Require info regarding tamil school

Tue Sep 10, 2013 8:52 pm by Positivevibe

I just moved from Chennai, I am looking for admission for my 6 year old kid.
After my extensive search, understand that I can place my kid only in international school, as both of us are holding only professional visa.

Can someone suggest me, if there is any private or tamil school which will admit foreign national?

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Private Tuition

Sun Sep 21, 2008 1:59 am by VJeyaa

Do you send your kids to private tuition after school or do you teach them yourselves? What are the pros and cons of sending kids to private tuition after school? Is it an unnecessary burden for the kids or is it seen as much needed assistance for the kids in terms of education?

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Tue Sep 23, 2008 10:10 am by nimmi

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Wed Jan 12, 2011 7:30 pm by maskki

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Tamil School

Tue Sep 09, 2008 11:36 pm by VJeyaa

Lets discuss about the pros and cons about Tamil eductaion. Would you send your kids to the Tamil school and why you would or wouldnt?

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Mastering the Law of Attraction < Must not miss this>>

Wed Nov 12, 2008 2:28 pm by gowri

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Something which will benefit for our community . I have attended the first session and I find it useful and practical. It's all about our life ..our thoughts ..

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Bogus Universities & fake degrees

Tue Oct 14, 2008 10:07 pm by frags

A follow up to the discussion we started way back in the little india days. I found this one article dated Jan 2008 about the now famous International Irish University which i was following closely. It was quite an elaborate operation with graduation ceremonies etc.

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Source : http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/education/7175730.stm

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Private School

Tue Sep 09, 2008 11:41 pm by VJeyaa

Can someone from the education line give me some pointers about private schooling? I have been thinking about this recently as my daughter has come of enrollment age to the primary school. My current considerations are:

1. Sekolah Sri Murni
2. Sekolah Sri Chempaka
3. Convent Bukit Nenas (my personal preference)

We are also thinking of registering to a nearby Govt school, as a "just in …

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Post by VJeyaa on Tue Sep 09, 2008 11:41 pm

Can someone from the education line give me some pointers about private schooling? I have been thinking about this recently as my daughter has come of enrollment age to the primary school. My current considerations are:

1. Sekolah Sri Murni
2. Sekolah Sri Chempaka
3. Convent Bukit Nenas (my personal preference)

We are also thinking of registering to a nearby Govt school, as a "just in case" scenario. That is a contingency plan, which is just to play safe just in case things dont work out as planned or if its fully booked.

Anyone wise owls out there who can share experiences? Any recommendations? Wink

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Re: Private School

Post by tgopal on Wed Sep 10, 2008 12:58 pm

Good day pal,
the preferred choice will be 3,2, and 1. Many parents are sending their children to private school nowadays, despite having to pay in between RM6000 to RM12000 per year, compared to 'almost free' government schools.
One of the major reason, shared by many parents, is the quality of education in the government school is very poor, except some well established schools such as Bukit Nenas Convent, MGS, La Salle, VI, St. John etc etc.
Teachers are too preopccupied with paper works, projects and attending courses all year round( plus maternity leave), and students receive minimum input from the teachers and need to depend on their tuition teachers to do well in their exams!
You normally don't see this problem in any private schools. The teacher will always be there. Even if she/he is on leave, the replacement teacher will be there all the time. Competition among private schools to get more students made them work harder and improve further, leaving behind the government school very far away. That's why the parents are willing to pay thousands of ringgits in terms of school fees to enrol their children in private school. As per last year's PMR result, close to 90% of the Sri Cempaka and Sri KDU students scored 'A' for both Maths and Science subjects and it is not an ordinary achievement by any standard.

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Re: Private School

Post by VJeyaa on Wed Sep 10, 2008 1:40 pm

great info there pal, and many thanks!!!

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Re: Private School

Post by yankee on Sat Sep 13, 2008 10:09 pm

pvt schooling is good if u have vitamin M
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Post by VJeyaa on Sun Sep 14, 2008 12:15 am

When you can spare alot of Vitamin M's for so many other unnecessary things, spending on kid's education is not so bad after all. Its a worthy investment, and your kids will be grateful to you for showing uncommon concern for their wellbeing. Something to ponder.

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Post by mirugam on Sun Sep 14, 2008 8:50 am

Private schools have excellent track records, that is undeniable and the teachers are very commited because they are paid more than 5K and their working environment is similar to coparate level.

Since the parents are paying, the management try very hard to deliver and give the best.

Its a trend in KL now, from the feedbacks i get from my aunts, it is worthwhile to send our kids to private school because we don't have to fork out extra money for music classes, gymnastic or other useful classes we parents usually send our kids to.


In a nutshell, private school is a good choice is you can spare the money. cheers
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Post by yankee on Sun Sep 14, 2008 11:04 am

well agreed
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Post by gowri on Mon Sep 15, 2008 11:40 am

Private schools and my vote is for Convent .
A good education for better tomorrow. Education is the best asset that you are going to give to your child.
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Post by VJeyaa on Mon Sep 15, 2008 11:48 am

Is convent considered private?

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Post by mirugam on Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:02 pm

convent not a private school?
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Post by VJeyaa on Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:49 pm

its not, as far as i know, its government.

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Post by mirugam on Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:54 pm

OPS...I SUPPOSE TO WRITE THAT CONVENT IS NOT A PRIVATE SCHOOL BUT I PUT QUESTION MARK THERE...SO SILLY

YEAP....CONVENT IS A GOV SCHOOL BUT THEY ARE NOT FULLY AIDED SCHOOLS..BUT...Naturally, convents are good schools.
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Post by frags on Mon Sep 15, 2008 4:11 pm

According to some other lecturers and what i have seen these students do, they are generally much better than govt school students. They are a bit more creative and given more exposure to a wider range of tools and knowledge.

I have seen young kids do simple programming using some high level educational programming language. They are given more freedom to explore different domains than to just focus on scoring straight A's. Definetely a more balanced and wholesome approach to education. IMHO this is what education should be in the first place.

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