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School Profile Pages

Please click on the school below to access the school profile page*. This is a new resource and we will be adding more profiles asap.

  • Aga Khan Academy, Hyderabad
  • Ahmedabad International School
  • Ajmera Global School
  • American International School – Chennai
  • American School of Bombay
  • B.D. Somani International School
  • Bombay International School
  • Calorx Olive International School
  • Candor International School
  • Chinmaya  International Residential School
  • CHIREC International
  • Christ Junior College – Residential
  • Diamond Stone International School
  • DRS International School
  • DY Patil International College
  • DY Patil International School – Nerul
  • DY Patil International School – Mumbai
  • DY Patil Pranjali International School
  • Eastern Public School
  • Ecole Mondiale World School
  • Edubridge International School
  • Fountainhead School
  • Galaxy School
  • GD Goenka World School
  • Genesis Global School
  • Good Shepherd International School 
  • Goldcrest International
  • Greenwood High
  • Heritage School
  • Hill Spring International School
  • Hillside Academy
  • HUS International
  • India International School
  • Indian Public School
  • Indian Public School – Chennai
  • Indian Public School – Coimbatore
  • Indian Public School, Erode
  • Indus International School – Hyderabad
  • Indus International School – Pune
  • International School Aamby
  • International School Hyderabad
  • International School Bangalore
  • JG International School
  • Johnson Grammar School ICSE
  • Kodaikanal  International School
  • Lancers International School
  • Lalaji Memorial Omega  International School
  • Mahatma Gandhi International School
  • Mahindra United World College of India
  • Manchester International School
  • Mercedes-Benz International School
  • Mody School
  • Navrachana International School
  • Neerja Modi School
  • Niraj International School
  • Oakridge International School
  • Oberoi International School
  • Pathways School Gurgaon
  • Pathways School Noida
  • Pathways World School
  • Podar International School
  • Rasbihari International School
  • Ryan Global School
  • RBK International Academy
  • Sarala Birla Academy
  • Sangam School of Excellence
  • Scottish High International School
  • Seedling Public School
  • Shri Ram School
  • Silver Oaks – The School of Hyderabad
  • Singapore International School
  • Sreenidhi International School 
  • Step by Step International School 
  • Stonehill  International School
  • SVKM International School
  • Symbiosis  International School
  • The British School – new Delhi
  • The Cathedral and John Connon School
  • Vidya Global School
  • Vidyatree Modern World College

Please let us know if the schools details need updating.
The information on this page has been gathered by the Leopardfish team. However staff, websites and contract benefits change regularly. If you discover one of these changes please let us know by emailing us at admin@leopardfish.
* Leopardfish takes no responsibility for the accuracy of this data, All data is provided in good faith. 

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Lifestyle

Lifestyle

The quality of life for a typical international teacher in India is very good. Indeed, it is a unique blend of stimulating cultural exploration, adventure and in relative terms, luxurious living. Of course, the quality of life among the native Indians is much more mixed. It is a place full of extreme wealth and poverty and its cities are often seemingly chaotic, congested and polluted. Nonetheless, there is much for the expat to do and see in India from enjoying the rich cosmopolitan life in the cities to exploring its wildlife sanctuaries and playing on its many seaside beaches. General safety, however, is an issue although it varies throughout the country. There is an almost constant threat of terrorism by various separatist groups and many urban streets are riddled with street crime like pick-pocketing. Still, assuming precautions are taken, the threat to expats is significantly lower than the wider population. It’s estimated that 10% of the Indian population is able to converse in basic English. This can obviously make some activities a bit more complicated for visiting westerners such as navigating throughout the country and retail shopping

Satisfying sites on lifestyle in India

expatarrivals-india     numbeo-india     internations.org/india     iloveindia

goforindia-lifestyle     expatriate-india

Mumbai

numbeo-mumbai     expatarrivals-mumbai

Delhi

numbeo-delhi    expatarrivals-delhi

Bangalore

numbeo-bangalore      expatarrivals-bangalore

Cost of Living

Cost of living

India is a cheap destination for the international expatriate. Indeed, according to Xpatulator’s July 2016 report, the cost of living in India is dramatically lower than the international average. This becomes apparent when purchasing a variety of goods and services. Pricier items include housing accommodations, healthcare, transport, Internet plans, personal care products, groceries, restaurant meal, alcohol and retail recreational activities. Of course, prices vary through China. It’s a big country. Urban tends to be more inexpensive than rural and costs fluctuate from region to region and from city to city. If the teaching expatriate negotiates a compensation package with their international school that reflects living costs in their given region or city, he or she should be able to live at a comfortable standard.

Satisfying sites on cost of living in India

xpatulator-india     expatarrivals-india       xpatulator       numbeo-iIndia  

numbeo-delhi     numbeo-mumbai       numbeo-bangalore

Climate

Climate

Being a large country India is home to vast and variable climatic regions most of which are influenced by the Himalayas and the Thar desert. India’s climate is best described as hot and tropical with temperatures capable of reaching 45 degrees Celsius. However the northern region  has a more continental climate. Throughout most of the country summer starts in April and continues until October when the Monsoon rains start to fall often causing flooding and damage. The northern plains experience a colder climate in January and February where temperatures can dip below 5 degrees Celsius but more often no lower than 12 degrees.

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Visa Restrictions

Visa Restrictions

Safety and Security

Safety and Security

The political and security status of countries around the world are constantly changing, to keep up with the current situation in any country please monitor the relevant Government websites and international news. The links below also provide useful indicators for prospective travelers:

The UK Foreign Office         US State Department       BBC World News         Al Jazeera