Vydehi School of Excellence
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About the company

  • Founded
    2009
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Industry
    Education
  • Headquarters
    BENGALURU
  • Link
    Vydehi School of Excellence website

The Vydehi School is founded upon the conviction that young minds are extremely curious about everything that surround them. They are at a stage of constant development. They are always keen to learn, create and develop. With strong support to their ideas, their unique potentials can be molded effectively.

The School ensures to guide the students in a way wherein they are able to develop into responsible and thoughtful future citizens in our society.

The Vydehi School of Excellence is a part of the Vydehi Group. It was founded in the year 2009 by Dr. D.K. Audikesavulu Naidu, who believed in offering the best education possible for a bright and vivid future of the students.

Dr. D.K. Audikesavulu Naidu aimed at providing education with quality and true global standards. Through Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre his mission was to spread what is of foremost importance in our society, education and better healthcare services. Learning is a continuous process and the benefit of education has to reach the maximum number of people. Through effective measure, Vydehi Group ensures and carries out everything that was aimed by Dr. D.K. Audikesavulu in providing to all the students and in turn to the nation.

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Teacher in Bangalore, Karnataka
on May 25, 2017
Feedback of the school

The school is lacking in professionalism and not structured in administration. Not enough learning and job satisfaction. Not proper heed is given to a subject teacher.

Student Counsellor in Bengaluru, Karnataka
on August 30, 2022
Vydehi’s Idea of Inclusive Education is an Absolute Joke

I worked in Vydehi School of Excellence for a few months and it was the worst experience of my career. The only wonderful part about working there are the children. The management devalues your experience and the principal lacks a basic understanding of how counselling works. This school calls itself an inclusive school but their concept of education is nothing less than a joke. There is no job security. The management is more clueless than the students. The management hasn’t provided offer letter, ID cards, Bank Account Opening details, or even a decent Counselling Room. As a counsellor, they forced us to be the teaching faculty giving us 35-38 periods per week and expected us to observe students and counsel the ones in need. I’ve spent time counselling a child in the corridor because there’s no space and the management couldn’t even care less. The Principal, who is ideally supposed to be the most sensible person in the organisation, lacks basic understanding of how counselling sessions take place. She expects counsellors to take ten minute sessions for students or expects us to take four or three students at a time which is extremely impractical and non-sensical. On clarifying or psycho-educating her regarding these concerns, she seems to be dismissive, judgemental and inconclusive about solutions. The school spent months planning but still ended up with a mismanaged and highly chaotic transport system. The school forced teachers to attend calls from parents only to hear parents scream ruthlessly at teachers about the untimely schedule of the buses. Meanwhile the bus drivers and the transport department have shut off their phones. The teachers are forced to work longer hours and are expected to stay glued to their phones till midnight just to hear parents complain. This school is so mismanaged that there is hardly any communication with respect to what happens where. The management doesn’t care about the teachers or the safety of the students too. Almost every day, there are several messages on the faculty groups trying to locate certain children who are lost. The school keeps their admissions open all year round but have no responsibility of controlling the crowd. They refuse to hire more people and they refuse to pay their existing faculty more but want extra work to be done for free. The teaching faculty is treated like maids and it’s so humiliating in a daily basis. Vydehi isn’t a school of Excellence, it’s a terribly mismanaged business by a CEO who offers to compensate botched up transport facilities with free meals that are worse than the hospital food. I would strongly suggest not to work here or not to send your child here. They’re running an institution only to profit from money while ruining your child’s lives.

Language Teacher Kannada teacher primary in Whitefield itpl
on November 6, 2021
It good they give team work

Vydehi school is really great work.they support for teacher and teacher also learn more things and peaceful work.they give more training for teacher also and principal ma'am is friendly with everyone.

High School Teacher in Bangalore, Karnataka
on November 2, 2017
highly diplomatic teachers and worst administration

The school has autistic, ADHD and normal children sitting in a class and hence teaching them is really a challenge. The hiring basis initially is on contract basis and there is no job gaurantee and the coordinators are so diplomatic that at any time, one may be asked to abstain from their duties

Every work of a child like exhibition, chart work , etc has to be done by the teacher and the teacher is treated like a slave and no transportation is given for those stay backs. I got frustrated in this job and left it within 3 months of joining

The only reason, I joined was good salary pack. Personal life is more important than salary

Admission Officer in whitefield
on November 8, 2016
Different Experience but good experience

I was working with MNC and because my son was small and there was no one to take care of him so I leave the job but then working in Kidzee interacting with small kids was good and as a Mother I got chance to learn a lot and the most important thing I learnt is to control my anger and have patience .

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