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Ashoka Hall Girls Higher Secondary School - Ballygunge Park,Ballygunge

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Ashoka Hall Girls Higher Secondary School Information

  • Since : 1951
  • Category : Day Schools
  • Strength : N/A
  • Nursery - Class 12
  • Board: CBSE
  • Co-Education

About Ashoka Hall Girls Higher Secondary School

Founded in 1951 with a handful of girls, the Ashok Hall Girls' Higher Secondary School has blossomed into one of the premier educational institutions of the country.
Founded in 1951 with a handful of girls, the Ashok Hall Girls' Higher Secondary School has blossomed into one of the premier educational institutions of the country.The junior section - classes Lower Infant to class V, is situated in the heart of one of the posh areas of South Kolkata at Palm Avenue.
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Ashoka Hall Girls Higher Secondary School Fee Structure

100000 / Annual

Ashoka Hall Girls Higher Secondary School Reviews

Overall Experience
3.2
Teaching Excellence
3.2
Value for Money
3.2
Campus & Facilities
3.2
Surupa Chakraborty

Posted on June 12, 2023
I’m an ex-student of this institute from the batch 2001-03. In my opinion it’s one of worst schools I have ever attended. I studied my XI and XII from here. Kids who join the school in such higher classes are bullied by the ones who are here for a longer time. Some of the teachers are also a big bully. The mental health of the students go for a toss. My score in 12th grade utterly suffered because of the school system. Later on I did my Engineering & MBA ( from one of the top schools in the country ).
Bithika Ghosh

Posted on May 18, 2023
My daughter had a mixed experience for two years. Enough scope for co-curricular and she participated in spectrum 2015. There are few stubborn teachers who refuse to change their ways and whom the management refuses to replace like the Fashion Studies, English, etc. Partiality towards teachers' pets, electing them in students' council and favouritism towards faculty's kins are rampant. Girls steal- a rare textbook of FS was stolen and my ward's new ballerina shoes were replaced by miscreants in the garb of students. Walls of bathrooms are scribbled by rogues and only 1/2 classrooms are air-conditioned. Benches are placed one after another with no space to pass. However she passed out with flying colours, speaking of AISSE. They have a weird system of sending students back home if they arrive late for the third time- no consideration for the distance and situation of working parents.
Prerona Ghosh

Posted on April 27, 2023
I was a student from 2014-16, admitted in the Humanities stream. This is where I rediscovered myself and nowhere, even in a coed school I experienced so much freedom. The washrooms in ground floor are in poor condition and walls are scribbled by unscrupulous public. My new pair of ballerina shoes were exchanged by an old & worn one outside multimedia & web tech lab. My fashion studies (old edition) book was stolen. There are no cctvs to find out theft or wrongdoings via footage. The mid-term practical marks of our section was not added because we 'mass bunked'- only 5 students were present the day before Home Science exam. The decision was taken by the principal. 5) i was sent back from school because i was it was the third time i was late. My eyes welled up and i had to return with my father, as this absurd rule exists for students not availing the schoolbus. 6) the fashion studies teacher is a bull&*#@. She will make your life hell. She asked the external examiner to score me 0/5 for pracs. The political science teacher was a princess of partiality and also our class teacher. She lulls the students in class and didn't change the prefects for the second year. Everyone should have got equal opportunity but she favoured the niece of her colleague [my batchmate] and the girls close to her. 7) i am proud to have participated in spectrum 2015 in which MC Mary Kom was the chief guest. I regret being absent for the trials of the opening march past. It was in this school that i participated in two fest for the first time in my school life and became more stage free than my usual self. Sometimes they conduct batch trips. During my academic session, destinations were Mandarmoni and Mumbai-Goa. Archery and rowing are taught in clubs but you don't know the date & time of enrolment. Throwball is played. I submitted a poem for Cross Currents but it was never collected. We visited the National Museum on many occasions from here. 8) Now the recent relaxation of carrying mobile phones from 6-12 is a very poor move by the authorities. Overall I am proud to have graduated from Ashok Hall Group of Schools. But the security & safety need to be scaled up and infrastructure must be improved with the hefty fees charged by the management.
Ipsita Ray

Posted on April 18, 2023
I used to study in this school from 2005-14. It is a very good school. The teachers are very caring and affectionate. They take very good care of the students. There are multiple co-curricular activities for the all round development of the students. Special attention is given to the weak students. I would highly recommend this school.
SUMAN SARKAR

Posted on March 4, 2023
Communication wise is very good. The space of the school is tooooo short. There is a medium size tennis court as well as a basketball court (two in one). Most importantly the washroom of the school is too bad. Very small space. There is no space to move your body freely in the bathroom.. The water supply to the bathroom is very very bad. Flush doesn't work properly. Many of the toilets are unusable. Though it's a ladies toilet most of the doors can't be locked properly. The ventilation of the school is very good and airy. A renowned aristocrat school where this type of things are not expected at ALL !!!! BAD EXPERIENCE...... πŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘Ž

Ashoka Hall Girls Higher Secondary School Location

5A, Sarat Bose Rd, Sreepally, Elgin, Kolkata, West Bengal 700020, India

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