FAQs

A.   K.R. Mangalam Global School is located in the heart of South Delhi at Greater Kailash – 1, N- Block.


A.   KRMGS is affiliated to International Baccalaureate (IB). We are an authorized school for Primary Years Programme (Grade Nur to 5) offered by IB and a candidate school for Middle Years Programme (Grade 6 to 10) and Diploma Programme (Grade 11 & 12).
K.R. Mangalam Global School is a Candidate School* for the Middle Years Programme and Diploma Programme. The school is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy—a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that K.R. Mangalam Global School believes is important for our students.
*Only schools authorized by the IB Organization can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme, or the Career-related Programme (CP). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted. For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit
www.ibo.org

A.   Please click the link to see the fee structure: https://krmangalam.global/admission/
A.  KRMGS is located in the heart of South Delhi with 5 Acres spread of peaceful campus. This world-class campus offers state-of-the-art facilities including: Swimming Pool, Basket Ball Court, Lawn Tennis Court, Skating Rink, Football Court, Running Track, Play-scape and slides in the outdoors; and Badminton, Squash, Table Tennis, a Shooting Range, Golf, Gymnastics, Taekwondo Arena, Chess and other Board Games in a dedicated Indoor Sports facility.
The Ground Floor is beautifully designed for Early Years Children with Spacious Classrooms, Art Studio, Montessori Lab, Nature Lab (Inspired by Reggio Emilia), Township Setup, Transportation Theme-based Play Area, Speech & Drama Studio and Day Care Center.
The First Floor is especially dedicated to cater to Primary Years Programme children with Modern Classrooms, Reading Train (Library), Yoga Center, Maker-Space Workshop, ICT Lab, Math Lab, etc.
The Second Floor is majorly dedicated to the Middle Years Programme and also has ICT Lab, Social Studies Centers, Home Science Workshop, Physics, Chemistry & Biology lab.
The Third Floor is entirely dedicated to Performing Arts with special studios for Indian Classical Instruments, Western Instruments, Indian Classical Dance, Western Dance, Indian Classical Vocal Training, Western Vocal Training, Theater and Drama. Apart from the dedicated studios, we have a huge Auditorium for indoor school functions and events.
The Fourth Floor is majorly dedicated to facilitating MYP Year 4 & 5 (Grades 9 & 10) and IB Diploma Programme (Grades 11 & 12) with classrooms and a Senior Library.
A mix of core academic, language, music, performing arts, classrooms, specialist labs, and centers of learning.
A. The prior assessments and diagnostic assessment data are used by the teachers to plan differentiated learning experiences for the learners. Teachers constantly keep a track of learners’ abilities and interests using running records and use this data to create learning spaces, plan group work, and use different resources in the class to engage the learners. This supports our learners to feel motivated and self-directed in their learning and develop different skills.
A.  Technology is fully embedded in the curriculum in all phases, revolutionizing the learning spaces making them flexible and allowing KRMGS’s innovative approaches to learning which may offer. For example, focus on Robotics or design for a set period of time, with a view to responding to student’s needs and wants alongside important and ever-changing technological developments. We want students to enjoy a personalized journey during their time with us and for them to have a role in shaping their own learning styles and environments.
KRMGS focuses on developing inquisitive, informed, self-aware, and ethical citizens who will build a better world. To that end, the school expects that students will participate in active and engaged citizenship in the digital world. As KRMGS continues to refine and reshape the ways in which its students engage with the world around them via technology, the school will focus on “empowered use”. KRMGS wants students to find their voice online as a means to create a positive digital footprint that speaks to their work as a KRMGS student. Students are expected to have respect for themselves and for others as they appropriately use the digital resources that are available to them to become responsible creators, as well as consumers, of all forms of digital media.
Imbibing the quality of responsibility and integrity, students as independent learners work on using technology in sync with their surroundings ensuring responsible use of systems and valuing the same.

A.  We have been fortunate to receive recognition of the IB Diploma by the Association of Indian Universities since 1983, and the IB Courses in 2016 (Students with 24 points with 3 subjects at Higher Level and 3 subjects at Standard Level) which is applicable to all universities in India. The number of students completing the IB and applying to higher education institutes in India has grown substantially in the past few years. We maintain a current list of universities with written statements recognizing the IB Diploma Programme, which can be downloaded from the “Guidance on university recognition in India (2016)” guide at www.ibo.org/about-the-ib/the-ib-by-country/i/india/
The written statements are evidence of the awareness and support of these universities. It can be used to take printouts of recognition policies to admission officers as they may be unaware or new to the IB Diploma Programme. Prior to commencing the DP, students and parents must be familiar with the required subject combinations and levels required for the course of study. Please check the university/college website, make direct contact with the university/college, and talk to the DP coordinator and college counsellor at the school for college-specific details.

A.  A number of universities in India give provisional admission on the basis of predicted grades as the admissions in most Indian universities are completed by end of June and the Diploma Programme results are declared on July 6. The percentage of transcript requests to Indian Universities from IB schools in India has increased substantially from 44% in 2014, 46% in 2015 & 49% in 2016. In May 2016, we processed 2013 transcript requests to colleges and universities in India. The most popular higher education destinations in India were University of Mumbai, University of Delhi, NMIMS University, University of Pune, Christ University, Ashoka University, Manipal University and VIT University. Students must talk to their IB Diploma programme coordinator or college counsellor at their school to help them through the process of admission to such universities. For more clarity please read the guide to University Recognition in India by clicking on this link: guide_university_recognition_india.pdf  guide_university_recognition_india

A.   As the IB Diploma Programme is recognized by all universities in India, students can take the entrance test for professional courses. Most of the entrance tests are conducted in the month of April/May, since the IB exams are also in the month of May, students need to balance the preparation of the entrance exams along with the May IB Diploma Programme examinations.

A.  All requests for current session candidates should be made through the IB coordinator at the candidate’s IB school using the request for the results service option on IBIS Requests must be submitted on IBIS before results are released on 5 July for the May Session and 5 January for the November session.
Any requests made after this date must be submitted by the candidate directly, using the transcripts request form from the IB website www.ibo.org/programmes/diploma-programme/assessment-and-exams/requesting-transcripts/
For Indian universities, the transcripts are not sent to the universities directly, they are sent to the address details you will be provided in the form.

A.  The migration certificate will be automatically generated for schools to download and give to the students once the request for an Indian transcript is made through the secure online system (IBIS) by the IB Coordinator. Alumni from previous years can order the migration certificate through the Request for Results Service form at https://rrs.ibo.org/replacement_orders/index/cfm

A.  There is a requirement to study three sciences (Physics, Chemistryand Biology) for studying medicine in India. The IB gives permission to students to take the three sciences to satisfy the entrance requirements for the university requiring three sciences to be completed, usually in lieu of a group 3 (Individuals and societies) subject. A candidate may be authorized to take a non-regular diploma only if the proposed higher education course allows no other alternative. The student must contact the IB coordinator at the school to proceed with this request. Please note that this request must be submitted to the IB organization (via the IBDP Coordinator) at least 18 months prior to the examinations. Students often will have to sit the entrance test which may require additional tutorials.
A.  The MYP has also been given equivalence with grade 10 of an India Board Assessment by the Association of Indian Universities, Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), The Council of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE), Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education and many more. Students having completed the MYP can apply for admission for higher studies in any school or college in India. Students must talk to the MYP coordinator at their school for more details and documents required for admission to a junior college or another board.
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