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International schools in India
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8/12/2003



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[India, August 10, 2003] Although there are many excellent English-language private schools in India (with Hindi as a second language), many U.S. expatriates prefer to send their children to International school, as local Indian curriculum is based on the British system.

In Mumbai, the most popular one is the American School of Bombay. In New Delhi, there are also schools catering to German, Japanese, Russian, and French students. In Bangalore and Madras, there are Montessori style pre-school centers as well.

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