According to one study, the number of preschools in India is growing at the rate of 40% annually.
Preschool has become a crucial concept for both child as well as the parents. According to one study, the number of preschools in India is growing at the rate of 40% annually which really shows how important preschools are turning out to be in the context of Indian education system.
Parents, especially in urban areas look forward to enroll their children in preschool because of its obvious benefits. Enrolling kids to preschools helps in preparing them for kindergarten and elementary school. From parents’ point of view, some of them do not have adequate time for the kids because of work and other pressing commitments and for them, preschools come very handy.
Here is a list of few preschools that are making their presence felt in the franchising world.
Considered as one of the best preschools in India, Kidzee, with its branches spanning in 330 cities in India, 900 of its branches is operating successfully almost for a decade now. Kidzee has touched the lives of more than 450,000 children. Apart from the positive impact that Kidzee brings in the lives of its business partners, we also empower them to bring positive changes in the lives of our teachers and numerous others.
Kidzee is looking for passionate entrepreneurs who are committed and willing to promote quality education and help in shaping the future of the nation.
The first of its kind of preschools, Eurokids has worked with International standards as the basis, Eurokids has 884 branches running in 311 Indian towns. Launched in 2001,
Eurokids has rapidly changed the face of Pre-School education in the country. They have attained humungous success as one of the leading education services provider and has also raised the expectations of many hopeful parents, who were keen to see their children continue to blossom under our guidance.
Little Elly as a brand stands for loyalty, trust and faith and helps drive performance while never compromising in the response to competitive changes.
Little Elly started franchising from the year 2007. Today, Little Elly is present in 6 states with 120+ franchise centers, 5000 students and well-qualified faculty. Each centre is equipped with excellent facilities, crafted around the needs and skill sets of each child, thereby giving him/her a stimulating environment that combines learning and play.
A fully-integrated education service provider supporting a network of owned and franchisee schools, KKEL owned, Kangaroo Kids & Billabong High International Schools, have initiated a movement that has changed the face of preschool and high school education in India. KKEL's revolutionary model of education is imparted at over 100+ Schools and Pre- Schools in 30 cities across India, as well as in Dubai, Middle East and Maldives.
They have come upfront as a Quality curriculum and teaching methodology and having an organised and process driven franchisee support structure. Kangaroo Kids have claimed a higher growth opportunities for existing partners to set up multiple franchisees.
Hello Kids is a mix of Montessori, Play way and Gurukul method of teaching children. Regarded as India’s 1st Pre-school, with the middle income group of the society as their target audience. Hello Kids aim to have their presence in all the district headquarters’ across India.
With 543 + branches as of August 2015, Hello Kids is the player to operate on a No Royalty Model along with well researched curriculum and study material (combination of Nursery and Montessori Method).
Preschools are very important in the initial development of a child’s life. For one, kids get their first taste of education. It is also the first time that they venture out of their comfort zone, i.e., home. They start learning things through play. At this stage of life, kids are not really expected to study. But the actual learning is imparted with the help of interaction with other kids, games, songs and other activities. Children also get to taste independence factor. Preschools contribute significantly in the preliminary education of the child.