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Ryan International School
New Delhi

Situated on the Approach Road from National Highway 24 or IGI thru Mahipalpur. This is were one is officially into vasant kunj. The Sheer numbers of Bright Yellow School Buses - 46 Nos Bus Routes as per the Schools websites  just shows how success the commercial private enterprise of running schools in India is. Unlike Developed Nations were schooling is a state subject and strong regulations ensures that even if one fully funds the buildup of a school, the administration is autonomous. In India School are mostly "private" and laced with the individualism of the "Head" it comes with. I beg not to be a political commentor but being a keen student of physics i wonder how much recharged the school children gets due to the Hi-Tension Power Line so close to it. Electrifying Schooling one should say..

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