Admission in indian secondary schools?

Question:My son is in grade five now...he has been studying under the American board.We are planning to return to India by next year.The problem is.. he does not know any Indian languages...and my husband would be placed in such a city where there are no International schools...what are his chances of getting admission in local schools ?How can I prepare him for next year?

Answers:
Getting into private Indian schools only becomes a problem when trying to enroll in the middle of the year. Apart from that, as long as you can pay tution and etc, you should'nt need to worry about having your son getting in. Frankly, most schools just enroll kids and leave the rest up the parents and individual, so I would strongly advise you to start atleast speaking to him in Hindi. (And if you know where you're going and what language will be required, then I guess exposing him to that language would be a smarter take).
Apart from that (language factor), kids get accustomed to change as it is. He will take his time, might even end up getting a couple of bad grades, but if under the right guidance (aka, the parents--most imporatant), he'll do well.
Don't worry, take a couple of deep breaths, and mentally prepare yourself first; only then can you expect anything out of him. Hope this helps! Good luck! ^_^
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Getting into private Indian schools only becomes a problem when trying to enroll in the middle of the year. Apart from that, as long as you can pay tution and etc, you should'nt need to worry about having your son getting in. Frankly, most schools just enroll kids and leave the rest up the parents and individual, so I would strongly advise you to start atleast speaking to him in Hindi. (And if you know where you're going and what language will be required, then I guess exposing him to that language would be a smarter take).
Apart from that (language factor), kids get accustomed to change as it is. He will take his time, might even end up getting a couple of bad grades, but if under the right guidance (aka, the parents--most imporatant), he'll do well.
Don't worry, take a couple of deep breaths, and mentally prepare yourself first; only then can you expect anything out of him. Hope this helps! Good luck! ^_^

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