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Feb 1, 2010

New Schools of NCFE

National Centre for Excellence (NCFE) is opening two new schools for the academic year 2010-2011.

Registrations are open for all the three schools:

1) NCFE East (Malleshpalya/C.V. Ramannagar)  - 1st to 11th Standards
154/1, “Victorian Enclave”, 5th Main, Malleshpalya,
New Thippasandra Post,
Bangalore - 560 075.
Phone No: 080-2534 7491 / 9972372241 / 42 / 43
E-mail: contactus@ncfe.co.in

2) NCFE South (BTM Layout, 6th Phase - Behind IIM) - 1st to 5th Standards

3) NCFE Sarjapur Rd.(Opposite Springfields) - 1st to 5th Standards

The application forms can be submitted in the online-form with facility for uploading.
Visit the NCFE site for applications.


  1. NCFE Bellandur/Sarjapur is shutting down in about 1.5 years of existence. The school calls it moving to main branch. The administration wants the kids to travel 13 kms or more one way daily to Malleshpallya from current Bellandur location. There is no formal notice to this effect. The board is non-responsive to existing parent body. The school is definitely not recommended for anyone's kids.

  2. The new fee they are charging is outrageous !!!! 1.5 lakhs for a new admission and almost 78 K in yearly fees alone !! most of the good teachers are gone and the quality is dropping ....the only thing i see improving are the size of the buildings !!

  3. About NCFE Malleshpalya.... My daughter is in Mont 2. We had a very bad experience about the teachers. I took admission there when she was 2.8 years. When my daughter was in Mont 1, she was performing very well. And the class teacher kept telling us this. Suddenly towards the end of the academic year, that is in Feb, the teacher started telling us that she is lagging behind other kids- because she is very small in age. They even asked us to repeat her in Mont 1. When we denied the repetition, they started telling us that you are unnecessarily burdening the child and they called us for observation. In observation also, the teacher gave some materials to work with for my daughter which were for 5-6 years of age (Mont 3 materials) and kept telling us, "See, she is not able to perform." But we did not budge and asked her to continue to the next year.

    Now my daughter is in Mont 2 in the same school. Even now the teacher keeps telling us that it would have been beneficial to keep her in Mont 1. Also, I am noticing a lot of politics. They are not selecting her in competitions. And disqualifying her in the initial rounds itself. Such kind of treatment to a 3.5 year old is really shocking. I am planning to change her school after Dasshera holidays.


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