Ryan International School,
Our daughter, Muktika Das, Admission number 5425, class IX, was a student in your school at the Bangalore, Kundanahalli branch. I just got transferred to Delhi.
When we approached Ryan International School, Vasant Kunj, they said they don’t have any internal notice/ knowledge about her transfer so there's no seat.
Let me bring to your notice, Muktika has been a Ryanite since Montessori, Ryan International School, Rohini, Delhi. In 2000, I took a job in Bangalore. She got a seat in Ryan International School, Kundanahalli. I was transferred back to Delhi. She got admitted in Ryan International School, Vasant Kunj by just producing a Transfer Certificate.
Again, I was sent to Bangalore to head the creative department of McCann Erickson in May 2008. I got a TC from Vasant Kunj and got her admitted at the Ryan Kundanahalli branch.
At present, I am back again in Delhi. But this time, she is being denied a seat. Due to Commonwealth games, the classes have already started before schedule. We are not able to get her admitted in any other school. I am really surprised at the way her school has treated this matter. They told me here, if the Principal of her Bangalore school informs the Principal of Delhi Vasant Kunj, then they’ll take action.
She is undergoing major stress fearing of losing a year.
Sir, I’m requesting you to get her back to her Ryan International School, Vasant Kunj.
My wife had gone to Ryan Kundanahalli branch to submit the application addressed to ‘The Principal’, also she wrote Ryan Vasant Kunj in the application when she was asked where we wanted her to be admitted again. My wife clarified whether a fresh application was required or not for which she was told it wasn’t necessary. When we went to the Vasant Kunj, they said they weren’t aware of this. Somehow, the Mumbai office wasn’t notified about this case.
The Principal called up when we had mailed him previously saying we didn’t hand him the letter personally and that why did we apply for caution money. But none of the office people told us it’s not required when they very well knew that we are seeking internal transfer. When a letter is addressed to him, it is the job of the office people to hand him over anything that’s addressed to him. Also, every time we got her transferred, the caution money was reimbursed. We meet the principals of Vasant Kunj and Kundanahalli.
Tell me sir, is this the way an institution with such stature behaves? Specially, when a child’s future is hanging precariously.
I earnestly request you to make arrangements for her admission at Ryan Vasant Kunj branch, Delhi.