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FAQ  >>  Sustainability

 

What if the Government or any other private party has opened a school near the S4I school, and the students move out and join that school for various reasons, how will S4I tackle this and what measures are there to sustain in the competition?

S4I will work with the government and other agencies to identify the location of a school in a given district. We believe that with the current need there will be under capacity for the next 25 years and hence there won’t be any need for planning for over capacity. More ...   Readmore

 

How is S4I plan to compete /overcome the existing private / Government schools of the district?

S4I do not intent to compete with other schools as S4I will set up schools where there are no quality schools at present in a given district. S4I also recognizes the absence of good schools throughout India in rural India; the situation is expected to be the same for next ...   Readmore

 

What is the plan to sustain in the long run?

S4I will work with the community to find ways and means to take over and run the school eventually. At present we expect the community to have the expertise in 15 years time to mature and run the school. But such an arrangement shall be reviewed on case to case ...   Readmore

 

How schools for India plan to overcome the local disturbances like local private schools’ mischievous activities?

S4I will engage with other stake holders in the district and ensure that the operations are carried out in mutual trust and good will. The district owner of S4I along with members and volunteers of S4I will identify and engage the stake holders in the community in a top down ...   Readmore

 

Most of the village schools now get aid from local NGO and they do run successfully with it, how do S4I view this and what opportunity is there for S4I to still start a schools there?

S4I operations in a district will be in supplemental in nature and not intent to gain market share or compete with existing players. S4I will target 2% of the population and there are more work to do in the coming year as the capacity to serve is limited by any ...   Readmore

 

What is the future of S4I once the 15 years contract signed by the corporate ends?

S4I will work with the community to find ways and means to take over and run the school eventually. At present we expect the community to have the expertise in 15 years time to mature and run the school.    Readmore