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Testmonial (18-Nov-2014)   

Dated:- 04.04.2014 

To,

            The Principal

            The Millennium School

            Lucknow.

 

Dear Ma’am

                        With the pleasure I would like to inform you that the grooming and education provided to my daughter in the academic session 2013-14 had been very good.

I would like to thank the Principal, Co-ordinator, Class Teacher and the Subject Teachers for being so cooperative, helpful and giving their best for our children.

Teaching – learning process for the children had been a pleasurable experience. Hope for the same boarding for the commencing session and the years to come.

 

 

Thanking You.

 

                                               

Yours Truly,

Monika Nayyar

(Mother of Mehak & Mishthi Nayyar 

Classes IV-A & II-F)



 
Thanks (02-Apr-2014)   

Dear Ma'am!

                  My son Abeer Dwivedi has been a student of your school since last four years and was in  Class I-A last year. I would like to share with you that he had appeared for primary olympiad (Maths) and had cleared the city round with 100% marks and had given the nationals on 8.3.2014.

His results for the national round were declared yesterday and he is among the national topper and will receive  a gold medal for the same.

I am really thankful to you and your whole team of teachers for their support and guidance. Looking forward for your kind support in future too.

 I have attached his score card along with this mail.


--

Regards,

Kavya Dwivedi
dwivedikavya@gmail.com



 
Thanks (24-Mar-2014)   

Respected Madam,

We, Parents of Rishita Tripathi of KG “A” would like to wish a heartfelt gratitude at this juncture of graduation day of our daughter. We bow hats off to the mentors of our daughter of The Millennium School.

After a lot of deliberation and research that we did 3 years back and selected your school, we feel proud for our correct decision. There are two births of a human, one when God sends from Heaven and second when we as parents send them to school. We have a very vivid picture of her first day in school, of course a very emotional one, with all curiosities, anxiety and above all hope of a bright future we had come to leave her in your hands. It was for the first time she had been away from her parents for three hours. Those three hours where indeed very long for us.      

But tranquillity of time vanished when we greeted her back. That was the day when she stepped into a new world away from her back yard where she was the only Queen. We wanted her to be treated the same way, and by God’s grace she got the same in your School. Never in her 3 years of primary had she ever said to her Mom “today I don’t want to go to School”.  Always ready to go to school. And we as a parent give 100% credit to The Millennium School for giving such an environment.

At this Juncture in the fullness of Time we want to take this opportunity to give our sincere thanks to Her Teachers, Mentors and  Gurus  for their unparalleled support in educating her.  The Motherly touch of Kajal Madam was the solid base for her liking the school, Fabiha coupled with Ruchi and Savita Madam where true to the name given “Emerging Wings” Fabiha Mam’s love and care for all students could be seen even when her students had moved to the next Grade. And finally our Special Thanks to Meghana and Eram Mam, for sowing a seed which we as a parent expect the nation will reap.

I have taken time to draft this special Thanks giving Letter because we as a parent including Grand Parents (Retired Brigadier from Army) are very much satisfied with our daughters development. As a Father I am thousands of miles away from her to give any personal care, I relied on the School, and I got what I wanted. She will continue in your School but it will be a special moment in the child’s history to swing from KG to Primary School.

Again at this Juncture may we all join hands to Bless her and all her class mates for a brighter future for them and the Nation as a whole.

We would like to Thank The Millennium School including the Management at Large and all those who have been involved personally in particular.

Thank you Once again for building a brighter future of India.

With Best Regards,

Asheesh Mani Tripathi,

Project Manager,

Gree India

Bangalore

Mb: +91 7204000800        

Dated: 21-March-2014



 
Testimonial (19-Oct-13) (19-Oct-2013)   
Principal
The Millennium School F Block, South City, 
Rae BareliRoad, Lucknow
 
Dear Ma’am,
 
 Mrs. Manjula Goswami, Principal

 
Sub: Transfer of children to the NOIDA branch of TheMillennium School
 
My wards are presently studying at your school in theclasses as given under:
 
1.  Mrityunjay Misra VIII-D (Adm No. A0244/09)
2.  Gauri Misra V-A (Adm No. A0245/09)
 
I have been transferred to a new assignment atMinistry of Railways, Railway Board,
 New Delhiand it necessitates shifting of home. Therefore, Irequest you to kindly 
process for lateral shifting ofmy wards to the branch of your school located at
Sector-41 NOIDA.
 
Though the decision of leaving your school ismelancholic, I would once again 
request you tokindly process this request such that my wardsare able to resume 
schooling at NOIDA by 15thNov 2013.
 

I take this opportunity to express sincere admirationand gratitude toyou and 
your team of dedicated teachers and mentors, who havemade the last 4 years 
a pleasurable &memorable learning experience not only for thechildren but 
also for us.
 
The success of your endeavours is reflected inthe fact that te children are
 most reluctant to missschool even for a single day. They have, so tospeak, 
enjoyed to learn and learnt to enjoy. I thankyou for providing such a rich, 
vibrant andsupportive learning environment, the experienceof which has 
definitely strengthened the children’sfoundations and shall provide a 
strong platform tohandle the upcoming challenges.
 
I would also like to express our sincere respectfor you for your immaculate 
leadership in running a professional set up like TMS. In spite of all 
yourengagements you always found time to hear outdemanding parents 
like us. I thank you for beingso accessible and considerate at all times.
 
If I do get an opportunity to be back at Lucknow, Ishall be more than 
happy to put my wards backunder your care.
 
Thanking you, 
Sincerely,
 
 
(Akhilesh Misra)
DirectoStandardMotivPowe(EC)Cell+9979463128
e-Mail: rdso.dmpec@gmail.com



 
Notice (25-Sep-2013)   

Dear Parents,

Seeing the increase in Dengue cases the school  has allowed students to wear full sleeve school shirt and girls to wear legging and boys to wear trousers



 
Summer Camp Grand Finale (18-May-2013)   

Dear Parents

The Summer Camp Grand Finale will be held on 22nd May 2013.   

 



 
Annual day (13-Dec-2012)   
The Millennium School, Lucknow(MLS III) celebrated it annual day on 15th December 2012

 
IIM Visit (12-Dec-2012)   
IIM, Lucknow visits The Millennium School on 17th December 2012

 
Grand Parents day (29-Aug-2012)   

Grand Parents day to be celebrated for class III to V on 1st September 2012



 
Testimonial (08-Mar-2011)   

To,

The Principal,

The Millennium School

Lucknow

 

Dear Madam,

 

 

We must take this opportunity to express our deep gratitude and appreciation for the team at Millennium for giving our precious child a wonderful opportunity to learn and flower into a better individual. Many thanks for her teachers for putting in the kind of effort they have with Pankhudi. We would also like to thank the entire team of support staff, and most definitely Dr Manjula Goswami for running an extremely efficient and professional institution where every detail is taken care of. When we decided in favour of The Millenium School for our child we were both excited and anxious for our decision. We must say that our trust in your institution has been completely justified and we will really miss TMS.

 

In the event that we happen to return to Lucknow at any time in near future, the choice for us regarding schooling for both our kids would be really simple- TMS!

 

We would also like to express our sincere thanks for Dr Manjula Goswami showing the kind of leadership which is required to run a professional set up like TMS. Also, inspite of all your engagements you were always more than eager to hear out demanding parents like us. Thanks for being so accessible and considerate at all times.

 

We would also like to especially thank Ms Pooja, Pankhudi’s class teacher for the way she has put in her effort with our child. She was always encouraging and motivating, working very closely with Pankhudi and ensuring that she develops into a balanced personality. We could see the difference in her personality as she overcame her hesitation and started becoming a confident child. Ms Pooja was always available, even at odd hours of the day to discuss Pankhudi’s progress with her mother. A teacher like her sets an example for the child to follow, and we will surely miss Ms Pooja.

 

Thanks and regards,

 

 

Vikas Mohan and Parul Srivastava

Parents of Pankhudi Mohan



 
November Birthdays (01-Nov-2010)   
ADHYA PANDEY 1st 
KALASH GAUR  27th 
UTKARSH KESARWANI 5th 
YASHITA SRIVASTAVA  8th 
KYNA SHARMA  8th 
K.V.PRANAV 22nd 
SUYASH BANSAL  24th 
ATULIT KUMAR SAINI 24th 
ANANYA MANAN 3rd
JAHNVI MALHOTRA 10th
ANIMESH KUMAR  9th 
SHREYASKAR SHUKLA  2nd 
MUSKAN RASTOGI  5th 
NAMAN SINGH  13th
AKSHAR SETHI 4th 
KSHITIJ SHARMA  9th 
DIVYANSHI AGARWAL  23rd
ISHATVA RAJEEV  25th 
SAPNA SHARMA  28th 
KUMAR AYUSH  2nd 
SEHAJ S. MUNDI  20th 
ARKIN TYAGI 27th 
NAMAN SHRINETRA 27th 
MAYANK SINGH  5th 
YASH KOHLI 10th
SALONI SHUKLA  28th
SHAMBHAVI SHUKLA  28th 
ADITYA SHUKLA  17th 
TARANG NATH 18th 
DEVIKA KHANDELWAL 23rd
SHREYA PANT 30th
ASAD AHMED ANSARI 17th
RISHIKA BHATT 22nd 
MHD. SALMAN ARSHAD 22nd 
SIDDHANT DORMAN 29th
APORVA SINGH 12th
KANISHKA KAPOOR  15th
PINNAMANENI PRANAY 19th
PAL SHUKLA  20th
JAYA DWVEDI 1st 
MANVENDRA P DEV  4th 
MUSKAAN SINGH  30th
SHUBHAM CHAURASIA  22nd 
ZUBAIR UL HASAN  25th
AVYAKT MISHRA  25th
AKSHITA  24th
KAUSHIKI TIWARI 14th
SHIV GANGWAR  16th
PRADHYUMAN PRATAP SINGH  18th
ADWAET PRATAP SINGH  20th
SANAT HORA  1st 
PALAKH GIROTI 10th
SHAYARI SANWARIA  21st
AASTIK TRIVEDI 5th
DEVANSH DEEP 10th
AADIT 4th
PANKHUDI  5th
KRITIKA  16th
VIBHUTI 18th
PRANAY  19th
PRIYANA 3rd
ISHANI 4th
SHLOK  11th
MISHTHI  24th
SRIKANT  24th
NYSA  24th
RIDHIMA  16th
SHAMBHAVI  13th
ANVI 20th
ANJANAE  22nd
VANI KHANDELWAL 18th
AMRITANSH RASTOGI 18th
KAVYA BATRA 19th
MANYA CHOUDHARY  25th
KAVYA KHANDELWAL 27th
HARDIK LOHAN 30th


 
Roots to Wings Parents Guide (26-Aug-2010)   

HELPING AT HOME WITH COLOURS

 

   You and your child will have endless hours of fun as you explore the colours all around you !

Here are some ideas to get you started

 

1.         Practice sorting item by colours        -           Sort your child’s toys or favourate food into colours. Or when you are getting ready to do the laundry, let your child help you sort the clothes by colours.

 

2.         Go on a nature colour walk               -           Go for a walk in the spring, summer, autum and winter. Take photographs while you are on your walk. Compare the photos from season to season and talk about the colour changes that you’ve observed.

 

3.         Fading colours                        -           Place a book on a sheet of coloured construction paper and put it in the sun. after a while, go back and take the book off the paper. Look at the paper? What has happened?

 

4.         Study a rainbow          -           Rainbows are always fascinating for children. Get a prism and put it in a sunny window. Watch as your child delights in their very own rainbow.

 

5.         Get messy                  -           Explore colours with paints and mining of colours

 

Below are few suggestions that will help make learning time for your child much success on the road to learning.

 

  1. Create a pleasant, well lit place to work.
  2. Choose a time when your child is alert and you are relaxed and ready to help
  3. Encourage your child to complete the activities with variety of writing instruments such as colouring pencils, crayons, pens etc,
  4. Be certain! Your child understands the directions. Work together until your child feels comfortable.
  5. Let your child take as much time as needed with each activity
  6. Proudly display favourate pages in a special page.
  7. Praise your child’s effort always.        


 
Developing Roots Activities: July 2010 (25-Aug-2010)   

Hotty sun – This activity has been conducted on 13/07/10. In this activity children were supposed to paint the paper plate with shaving brush & put the wiggling eyes on it. All the kids thoroughly enjoyed this activity. It was a thrilling movement to see kids wanting to paint again and again.

 

Summer Shirts - This activity has been conducted on 14/07/10. In this activity was enjoyed and loved by all children. In this activity children were supposed to paste scraps of cloth and buttons on the paper cutout of the shirt. All the children were enthusiastic in pasting the scraps.

 

Musical Bumps – This activity has been conducted on 19/07/10. Children enjoyed the activity. In this they have to bump down on the cushions when the music stops. It was good to see the children that they are so excited to play this game that they wanted to carry on the activity.

 

Pass the ice  - This activity was conducted  on 20/07/10. In this activity they have to pass the ice to each other. Children were so excited they were waiting for their turn to come.             



 
Emerging Wings Activities: July 2010 (25-Aug-2010)   

1.      Ice cream parlor 

One ice- cream parlor was set up. Role play was introduced by making some children as shopkeepers and rest as customers/buyers. The activity for the ‘summer season’ theme was conducted through discussions about eatables children like in summer like ice-cream, their favour and the place, where they go to have it

 

2.      Caps for sale

Introduction to the different types of caps were made. The children were encouraged to form a story by speaking in small sentences related to caps.

 

3.      In the rainy seasons

 Rainy season was introduced followed by a pretend play by children where they were provided with things like umbrella, raincoat etc required while going out in the rain tp protect themselves from getting wet.



 
Ready to Fly Activities: July 2010 (25-Aug-2010)   

1.                  Watermelon Slices

In this activity the children were told about the summer season and the different summer fruits. They were instructed to stick the cutouts of red-coloured paper inside the cutout of green coloured paper and then stick black bindis which resembled the seeds.

 

2.                  Build A snowman

 In this activity the children made their own snowman by using cotton, bill buttons etc. they were instructed about the winter season and the different accessories used to make a snowman.

 

3.                  Forecast

In this activity each child enacted like a weather reporter by using a varity of props. They were dressed like a news anchor by the teacher. The children had great fun doing this activity.

 

4.                  My muffler

In this activity the children were encouraged to make their own mufflers by using flannel cloth and wool. They thoroughly enjoyed this activity and could relate the different accessories with the winter season.

 



 
August Calender (31-Jul-2010)   



Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3


4

5

6  

                                  

PUPPET SHOW

7

8

9

10

11

12

13
Independence Day

 (INTER HOUSE DANCE COMPETITION)

14

 

15

16

17

18

19

20

 

Inter House Swimming Meet

21

22

23

 

Rakhi making

24

 

Raksha Bandhan

25

26

27 
Story  Narration

28


   PTM

29

30
                    Rainbow Reflections

 

31

 

 

 

 

 

                                                         

 



 
Testimonial (23-Jun-2010)   

Dear Maam

 

This refers to my discussion with you regarding the requirement of the transfer certificates of my daughters Sarah Sami and Ayesha sami who were privileged to be a part of The Millennium School during the academic session2009-2010 in classes Five and One respectively, as we are shifting to Pune on a transfer.

 

It is really very painful to leave a  school, but to leave The Millennium School shall always be more painful.I say this with conviction and authority and on behalf of my children that this school is perhaps the best school they have been to thus far,be it the principal, the teachers, the academic coordinators and the rest of the staff,the entire team of The Millennium scool desreves an applause and we are proud and privileged  to have been associated with the institution.

 

I would like to thank all of you for cretaing a wonderful learning platform for the children which i am sure shall stand them in good stead in future endevours.

 

We would like to express gratitude to Malini maam, Monica maam, Hannah Maam, Dr.Amrita Vora, Ms Poorti Sethia, Mr.Mathew for their wonderful support.Thanks to the bus staff for taking good care of our children.

 

To you Maam, i am indebted.Your persona makes the school a notch above.

 

I shall be really grateful if you could send the Transfer certificates at the following address

 

GHAZALI SAMI

403, ELDORA, NYATI AMBIENCE

NYATI COUNTY,NEAR CORINTHIANS CLUB

PUNE

TEL- +91-9552513394

 

Thanks

Best Regards

 

 

Ghazali Sami

 



 
Testimonial (05-May-2010)   

Subject: Goodbye

 

Dear Ma’am,

 

With mixed emotions I would like to inform you that this is the last session of my daughter Anoushka Mukherjee, student of KG-A.

 

As I look back, I can see that it was a tough decision for us as parents to put our daughter in a school whose infrastructure was coming up. But one year with you changed our mindset as to how a school should be. The rich memories perhaps will never fade and I wish wherever I go I can put my daughter in such a school.

 

My sincere thanks to you and your staff, particularly her class teacher Pooja. Though young, she has done her work enthusiastically and was my daughter’s favorite teacher who has left an everlasting impression on her. One more thing that we liked as parents was that whenever required you and your staff was always available.

 

Wishing you all the best and hope we get to renew our association with "The Millennium School" in the future.

 

Thanking You,

 

Yours Faithfully

Manjushah Mukhopadhyay

 



 
Testimonial (05-May-2010)   

Subject: Transfer of Oorja Chandravanshe from Lucknow to Noida Millennium School.

 

Dear Madam ,

 

This is in reference to our meeting we had at your office regarding transfer of my daughter oorja chanderavanshe who is student of your school in class IIIrd A, from Lucknow Millennium to Noida Millennium school.

 

It is our priviledge that my daughter is part of your highly esteemed school. Your unique education system has deeply infleunced our daughter and us equally  , its impact is such that her overall personality deveplement and confidence knows no bound . I am sure that its because of your quality staff , teaching , persistent will to deliver the best and unmatched management ,  that has groomed oorja to this immense level and she has made us feel proud all along during this whole wonderful juorney of 2009-2010 session.

 

It is because of all such impressive and productive experiences that we had , while we were with you  ,  we as happy parents are totally convinced and our faith in you that our child's future is totally safe in your caring hands has only grown with time and hence we have decided to continue our valuable relationship with your organization.

 

Though I have to request you with a very heavy heart to transfer her to your Noida branch for her next session 2010-2011 but I am sure that Oorja as your sincere deciple with your blessing will spread your glory and build into an responsible and bright citizen of our nation .

 

Thanking You

 

with warm regards

 

Dr Achal Singh



 
Nursery Activity (08-Mar-2010)   

1.      Eggshell Radish- In this activity children had to stick eggshells inside the cutout of a radish. They thoroughly enjoyed sticking the egg shells and colouring the leaves of the radish.

2.      Vegetable Forest- In this activity children had to dip cabbage leaves,okra (lady fingers) and potatoes in different colours and make paper prints. This was a group activity and all the kids enjoyed making the vegetable forest.

3.      Clay Food – In this activity children had to make different food items like brown bread, chapatti, fruits and vegetables out of clay. The performance of each child in this activity was commendable   as he/she enjoyed role play in an imaginary kitchen.

 



 
Pre-Nursey Activity (08-Mar-2010)   

                                      

                               

1.      Paper Plate Apples- This is a fine motor activity. The students had to tear red packed sheets into small pieces and stick them on paper plates.

2.      Lal Tamatar- The poem ‘Lal Tamatar’ is a language skill activity. The students had to recite the poem with actions.

3.      Tomato Race- This is a gross motor activity. In this activity students had to hold a tomato between their teeth and run, in groups of 4-5.

4.      Come and Dance- This is a socio-emotional activity in which students had to dress up as vegetables/fruits. They had to dance on some peppy music along with their peers.



 
Class 1st Acivity (06-Mar-2010)   

 

  1. While learning how to find out particular days, dates and months on the calendar, students enjoyed finding out their own birthday along with birthdays of all other members of their house.
  2. While understanding the importance of money in our daily lives, students designed their own 5 Rupee note on a rectangular piece of paper. The specific aim of this activity was to reinforce the understanding of money and to give them the opportunity to design a rupee/currency as per their imagination.
  3. A group activity was organized where students enacted as buyers and sellers in their groups. The sellers were asked to set up their shops by drawing pictures of items which they wanted to sell, costing Rs. 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100. The buyers were asked to make currency notes of different values which they used to buy items from the shop. This activity helped the students to learn about money transactions using knowledge of money.
  4. For their Hindi activity,  students were given the opportunity to exhibit their creativity by drawing their favorite fruit in any other unusual shape,for example, bananas in diamond shapes, apples in square shapes etc.
  5. In English, while learning similarities between human beings and animals, students enacted as different animals and displayed use of different body parts such as hands, teeth, feet etc. The students actively participated to play their roles using their own imagination and judgment. 


 
Class IInd Activity (05-Mar-2010)   

 

February Activities Class- II

1.      Children made a model clock. It was interesting for them to learn ‘Time’ through their own creation.

2.      To enhance the concept of ‘articles’ children made collages of pictures. These charts were displayed in the class showing the use of ‘a’, ‘an’ and ‘the’ respectively.

3.      Students made their own invention from waste material at home. They made small articles like lamps, secret box guitar etc.

4.      Children collected toy pictures to demonstrate straight, to and fro, slow, fast and circular movements.

 



 
Class IIIrd Activity (04-Mar-2010)   

February Activities Class- III

1.      Student played a charade to recognize adverbs. They recognized the action of animals in a movie clip. Also enacted the story –Aladdin and his magic lamp.

2.      Students did an activity with the help of cardboard and a torch and discovered how light always travels in a straight line.

3.      Students went to the play ground and observed the change of size in the direction of their shadows at different intervals of time.

4.      A group activity was conducted where students enacted the scene at a stationary shop and learnt about money transaction and how to prepare a bill.

5.      Each child came forward and spoke about the activities conducted on his/her birthday to learn about verbs They also enhanced their speaking skills in the process.

 



 
Class IVth Activity (03-Mar-2010)   

 

February Activities Class- IV

1.    Children acted and showed the use of modals in daily conversation, including telephonic conversation. They used cardboard mobiles to enact different situations.

2.      Children learnt about angles using  movable handles of a clock. They learnt about parts of a circle by decorating a pizza with onions on the circumference, using carrots, tomatoes and capsicum.



 
Class Vth Activity (02-Mar-2010)   

February Activities Class- V

1.      The children enacted a role-play and showed the causes and remedies of diseases caused by bacteria, protozoa and virus. They also spoke about deficiency diseases and ways of preventing them.

2.      The children learnt about angles by constructing them with the help of straw, cardboard etc.

3.      Learnt about adjectives, pronouns and vocabulary in Hindi and depicted them through pictures and charts.  

 



 
Testimonials (26-Aug-2009)   

Dear Madame,

 

“Education is not the amount of information that is put into your brain and runs riot there, undigested all your life. We must have life-building, man-making, character-making assimilation of ideas.”

-        Swami Vivekananda

We quote Swami Vivekananda as a prelude to an introduction to the Millennium School, Lucknow, where our daughter Ms. Manya Dwivedi, studied for about six months in this academic year (2009-10).

 

J. Krishnamurti said: “The function of education is to create human beings who are integrated and therefore intelligent. Intelligence is the capacity to perceive the essential, ‘the what is’; and to awaken this capacity, in oneself and in others, is education.”

 

We must say that our daughter Manya has really gained from the Millennium school even during her not very long association. The enthusiasm with which she has been preparing to go to the school in the morning and the zeal with which she used to mention about the school, the lessons, her teachers, and fellow students to us, her grand parents, our relatives and her friends bear testimony to how she learned.

 

As we have to assume our new responsibilities and assignments at Delhi, we have to move to Delhi and also our daughter Manya has to leave her beloved school; however we would recommend all parents to send their children to this school, which is a role-model in itself.

 

We could have thought of transferring our child to Millennium School Noida but as our residence is too far (at Rohini) and our child is too small it would be impracticable to do so. Therefore, we request you to kindly issue a T.C. for our daughter.

 

With best wishes to your school as well as the teachers and staff for en ever-growing excellence’

 

Sincerely yours,

 

 

(Dr. Mrs. Dipty Dwivedi)                               (Dr. Mayank Dwivedi)

Dental Surgeon                                            National Consultant Microbiology

                                                                     NICD, Delhi.

 

 

Dear Mr. Prakash
I had no idea about Educomp or yourself till the time I put my child at Millennium Lko.
Believe me,initially we all had reservations about the school since it is too far and at a bombed out place.I got your mail id from Mr Sharma who is in touch with you.
 
Today,I am so glad that we have placed our trust in Dr Manjula Goswami and her team since my child is a changed personality.The earlier convent made us believe that our son was a slow learner but here with good guidance he has a new look in his approach.Even on holidays he now wants to go to school.
 
I can't thank you enough for giving me back my son.
Seasons Greetings and best wishes,
Mr Aman Sharma

 

 

Dear Dr. Manjula,

My son Master Aargh Rai is studying in Pre Nursery class in your school. Its almost 4 months since he joined the school and we are extremely happy with
progress of my child. His class teacher, Mrs Meena Bajaj, took personal care of the him. Overall school environment is very enriching and the credit goes
to you, for being such a good administrator.

I am working with HDFC bank Ltd and I am getting transferred to New Delhi. I will joining Delhi office on 18th Aug'09.

I am very impressed with your organization and I wish to continue my child's schooling with the Millennium group. I want to transfer my wards admission to your
Noida branch.

Please do the needful. I am ready to pay the difference fees. 

Thanking you.

Best regards...

Anup Kumar

 

 

Respected Mam,

   

      Your school is probably turning out to be the most happening school of lucknow.People are talking very good things about it.Your hardwork is paying.If the school continues with the present method of selecting good teachers and mode of teaching i am sure it will soon become better than the best

 

   Regards, Neera Rawat

 



 

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