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To make it work in the favor of our children, the pandemic of Covid-19 has left no choice with parents and schools but to support nurturing children at home and help each other to make a better society for our children.


 When we look at the world after the COVID, we will realize that a lot of what we believe is essential seems like not so significant any more. One such aspect is physical schools, the way the school went about online education / online classes – parents for the first time became an integral part of the transaction between their ward and their teachers. Also parents vigorously started looking for resources available online to help their kids with self-learning and also supervised learning. I just stated the obvious, but beyond this all of us kind of wondered on many complications physical schools come with and can there be an alternative to it. HOME SCHOOLING could be a real alternative for such cases. Sahal Kaushik the boy who was home schooled and cracked IIT – JEE (rank 33) at the age of 14 years really made Home Schooling the talking point in the country. The reason for parents choosing Homeschooling could be – Child is a different kind of learner, disillusioned with formal schooling system, access to quality facilities etc. So let us try to understand the way one could Homeschool their child in India

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Indian Institute of Matriculation is Homeschooling project started by IIM (Indian Institute of Management) Calcutta Alumni. Core team is group of experts from different fields including , ex. Professors of Engineering colleges, Professors of Medical college, Doctors, Engineers,  Teachers with more than 30 years of teaching experiences, IIM Alumni, IIT Alumni and Phd scholars. 


Homeschooling :


In recent years homeschooling has gained popularity in India as an alternative way of educating children, and more and more children are getting homeschooled (though not as many as in the US and Europe).  

Homeschooling is an alternative to the traditional education system. Here, a child is educated at home instead of school. Parents will teach the children on their own at home and students will do self-study.

But it is not just about educating them at home. It involves various approaches such as unschooling, learning led by the interest of the child where the pace is set by the child, where one can learn what he likes instead of learning the standard set of subjects in the stipulated time, learning led by the ability of the child and their learning style.

So the compulsion is not on the citizens to be educated in a conventional school. So parents can rest assured that homeschooling in India is legal.

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Though there are numerous reasons such as religion, safety, flexibility and so on, for opting out of school and to go in for homeschooling, the most common reason homeschoolers in India say is that they are not satisfied with the current education system, as the system is more to do with tests, competitions, marks, completing the syllabus within specified time, forcing children to learn only in a specific way, repetitive usage of worksheets though the child may not require the drills, not taking into consideration the child’s interest, child’s readiness, ability, learning style, and child’s needs i.e. child might be gifted, artist, athletic, physically very active, and so on.  

Most schools can’t afford to follow the individualized approach in learning but can limit learning only to books and classrooms due to the larger class strength. In homeschooling, parents can take care of each of these aspects based on a child’s need. Children are able to pursue other fields of interest such as photography, singing, playing a musical instrument, painting, pottery, etc. along with their other academic studies due to the flexibility in time and choice of subjects.


An affidavit filed by the Government of India on July 18, 2012, in response to a writ petition filed by a 12-yr-old Shreya Sahai who wanted to be home schooled to pursue her interest in photography and music, states that "Parents who voluntarily opt for alternate forms of schooling may continue to do so. The RTE Act does not come in the way of such alternate schooling methodologies or declare such form of education as illegal." The affidavit also clarifies that the Act is with regard to the rights of children, and is not a compulsion. It states The compulsion is on the appropriate government and the local authority to provide free education to all children up to 14 years”.


So the compulsion is not on the citizens to be educated in a conventional school. So parents can rest assured that homeschooling in India is legal.

Fees STRUcture

1. Standard : Preschool, KG

    If full fees paid at time of admission, no installment : Rs 9000 (If full fees paid at time of admission then                  admissions fees is WAIVED OFF)

    Fees with installment : Rs 1000 admission fees + Rs 1,000 for 9 months from april 2021  

    Admission last dates : 24 april for annual, 29 september for half year admission


2. Standard : 1 to 12

    If full fees paid at time of admission, no installment : Rs 12,500 (If full fees paid at time of admission then          admissions fees is WAIVED OFF)

    Fees with installment : Rs 2,500 admission fees + Rs 2,500 for 5 equal 2 months installment from april 2021  

    Admission last dates : 24 april 2021

National education policy

New National Education Policy 2020

As per the PDF document published at Ministry of Education, India regarding New National Education Policy 2020, following articles are relevant for knowing potential influence of NEP 2020,

3.5. To facilitate learning for all students, with special emphasis on Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Groups (SEDGs), the scope of school education will be broadened to facilitate multiple pathways to learning involving both formal and non-formal education modes. 

3.6. To make it easier for both governments as well as non-governmental philanthropic organizations to build schools, to encourage local variations on account of culture, geography, and demographics, and to allow alternative models of education, the requirements for schools will be made less restrictive. 

6.12. As per the RPWD Act 2016, children with benchmark disabilities shall have the choice of regular or special schooling. Resource centres in conjunction with special educators will support the rehabilitation and educational needs of learners with severe or multiple disabilities and will assist parents/guardians in achieving high-quality home schooling and skilling for such students as needed.