Vikas International School (VIS) Kuala Lumpur
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

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4.0 from 4 reviews
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Vikas International School (VIS) embodies the wise old saying, 'A school is described as a building that has four walls…. with tomorrow inside.' VIS gives its students the strong roots that they need, in order to soar successfully in their endeavors.

Though VIS is young in terms of years since its inception, it has earned a good reputation over a short span of time. It is a co-educational institution which has classes from Pre-Kindergarten to secondary level. There are only a maximum of 20 students per class. This class strength ensures that the teachers are able to give individual and undivided attention to each and every student. The students’ progress is monitored closely and reviewed by frequent examinations. We, at VIS, inculcate confidence into each student by introducing them to public speaking, in classes as early as kindergarten. Vikas International School has a dedicated team of highly qualified and experienced teaching professionals.

Our strength lies in the fact that we treat every student as a unique individual. We bring out their inherent talents and abilities. We aim to identify, tap and develop the child’s potential.





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Deepthi Mohan, 8 months ago

Hello I am Deepthi from India.. may i know the eligibility for faculty from your organization.. i am interested to join as a pre primary teacher.. Thank you


Chetn M, 3 years ago

Not sure if you are looking for a few days ago by the way to get the best way


Dr.A.Bazila Banu, 3 years ago

I join in Vikas international school it wonderful school .I like Vikas


Faizal Hameed, 3 months ago

Worst school in the name of Indian International. Most of the staffs are some random house wives, with no proper teaching background. Teachers change every 6 months, because they are not professional teachers. They just tell the answers to the students and make students to score some decent marks in examination. The kid with vgood mark in her answer paper was not able to answer most of the questions she has answered during exam. Worst building, very old, rusty elevators, narrow building with no safety for so many kids, not sure how they are getting their license to run this. Toilets for the kids stinks and if they were running this type of school in India, people would have made sure to get it closed asap.

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