Address: Road No: 71, BLOCK III , Jubilee Hills Hyderabad - 500033
Locality: Jubilee Hills (Find more Jubilee Hills schools)
Phone: 040-23548584 040-23607797
Located in West Hyderabad, Jubilee Hills Public School was incorporated in 1986. It is a CBSE affiliated school which has a strength of 75 teachers 1894 pupils.
Year Established: 1986
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The school has all infrastructure but focuses mainly on extra curricular activities. Discipline is at the bottom. Prinicipal is very illogical, impractical and is always defending her stand. No listening skills at all at teachers , staff and principal level too. very rude.
Not a school to be recommended.
this is a very worest schools, the chairman Mr. Murali mukundam of Jubilee hills public school is having 2 families and he will not give any respect to teachers/parents/childs, and will behave very aragently.... he will not setlle the teachers salaries also, and the total management of the school is also very inefficient..... in nature.
This school is located in Jubilee school and is being headed by the people who are not having minumum sence of humour..... the school Principal and also academic director are selected from the dustbins, they are not having any knowledge about the schools..... the chairman murali lukundam is a week character in nature as he is handling 2 families and will misbehave with the teachers who are woking there......
Finally this school atmosphere was totally collapsed....... better to have an other option to join your child in the school or to join as a teacher in the school....
This school calls itself "Bound to Traditions" is a corporate house masquerading as a public school.
The website shows all pretty figures, but the real deal is there are 45-50 students per class, teachers are not well trained, Classrooms (especially pre-primary and primary) are not ventilated, and toilets are not to the standard to Win any award.
Preprimary had 24 kids in LKG and UKG suddenly blew upto 48 kids in class 1. My daughter now lacks that minimum attention she needs and schools responsibility is now dumped on parents. Thanks to their appetite of accepting more and more kids with the help of generous donations they get.
Please resist yourself from joining you kids, you can afford a decent international school at that price.