Bangalore’s first-ever independent survey of international schools

Selecting an international school in Bengaluru may get easier soon. An education startup has launched a survey covering 25 schools with the IGCSE or IB boards. The report will be out in June.

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For more details, write to or visit and leave a message., an education startup focused on school admissions has just launched Bangalore’s first-ever independent survey of international schools. The goal of the survey is to produce a report that will help parents select the right international school for their children.  3pundits aims to take away the pain of parents going through a lot of hassle towards research required to selecting a good international school. Citizen Matters is media partner for this survey.

25 international schools will be covered in the survey. Pic courtesy: Trio World School.

Around 25 schools in Bangalore that offer international syllabus, i.e. IGCSE and IB, are covered by the survey. (See bottom of this article for list of schools). Most well known international schools are included.

The survey has a separate list of questions for parents (current and ex), teachers (current and ex) as well as school management. It comprises of subjective as well as objective questions. The questions range on topics from infrastructure, transportation, quality of teachers, parents/teachers satisfaction and several other factors.

The survey is currently live and will be open until May 20th. The final survey report will be published by June 15th. The report would be available for download from as well as available in selected bookstores. 

It takes only 10 minutes to fill the survey, says Rakesh Kalra, one of the founders of 3pundits. Users’ responses will also be kept completely anonymous.

"One of the’s mission is to make the decision process of finding a school easier for parents and students. The results of this survey will help parents who are looking for admission in International Schools in Bangalore", says Kalra.

How to participate

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For more details, write to or visit and leave a message.

The Schools

Akash International Residential School
Bangalore International School                         
Buddhi School                                          
Canadian International School                    
Ebenezer International School                    
Gitanjali International School                      
Greenwood high international school           
India International school                           
Indus International School                         
Inventure Academy                                  
Jain International Residential School         
Legacy School Bangalore                         
Mallya Aditi International School               
National Academy for Learning                 
PRIMUS Public School                         
Ryan International School,  Kundanahalli, M. H. Colony
Ryan International School, Bannerghatta road          
Ryan International School, Yelahanka                 
Sarla Birla Academy                                  
Shree Swami Narayan Gurukul International
Stonehill International School                     
The International School Bangalore (TISB)  
Treamis World School                               
Trio World School                                     
Vibgyor High school                                  
Vidyashilp Academy  is a growing community of parents, teachers and students focused around schools. The website aims to makes it easy to find schools, play schools and summer programs in your area. Parents and students also find out about school admission related information along with email alerts when school admissions open up. The founders are Rakesh Kalra and Santosh Kevlani.


  1. Rachna says:

    Finally some one can raise voice against schools…

  2. jenney says:

    Sigh of relief for us.Hope your report will help parents.It should happen in all India level.

  3. zia says:

    There should be some independent body to evaluate schools.Thanks to 3pundits team for helping out parents in Bangalore.

  4. Samira says:

    This post is definitely an eyeopener for many parents like me…by any chance, would you able to provide ratings based on the value for money parameters? especially for Inventure Academy, whitefield, bangalore.

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