Former shark at Shark Tank India, Ashneer Grover, is known for his contentious take on everything under the sun, from taxes to education. The IIT Delhi grad has now stirred the internet by comparing admissions for nursery education with India’s toughest competitive exams – the IITs. Grover took to X/Twitter and remarked that it’s tougher to get a toddler admitted to a nursery than to enter IITs. Especially that one private school you have been prospecting for. The former BharatPe founder and boss quips that the growing demand for coveted schools far outstrips the supply. Grover jibes that if nursery seats were auctioned in the Delhi NCR, it would give the IPL a run for its money.
It’s tougher to get your 4 year old kid admission in Nursery in your preferred private school, than it is to enter IITs. At least in Delhi NCR. Ask any parent who has gone through the process in last 10 years. Demand for coveted schools far outstrips supply.
If nursery school…
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The internet was quick to respond to Ashneer Grover’s hot take on nursery schools in India. One user complained about the state of affairs at a government school that refuses to upgrade.
A few others commented on how education has become a business of late. Hasn’t that been true for decades now? Yeah! With the blooming of the edtech industry, the state of education has plunged even lower.
No cultural or fundamentals driven growth are focused upon.
Another user jested that FIITJEE will now launch coaching for parents with weekly tests and Parent-Parent Tutor meetings.
1) Parents thinking about having a baby in delhi NCR will have high chance
2) Weekly tests and ADR(all delhi rank)
3) PPTM(Parent – ParentTutor meet) on regular basis
Yet another user took a jibe on these alleged 5 star schools. They asked whether these nurseries had produced Olympic gold medals or Nobel prizes.
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One user advocated for homeschooling as the better alternative.