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Beijing had grown into an international city with educational options. And there were very few children of Indian officials or the larger Indian community studying in the school, Jaishankar said.
But many Indian employees said the decision was bound to affect those who work for companies that refuse to reimburse the high cost of schooling, which is usually higher than $1,500 a month. It would make Beijing a less attractive posting, they said. "I may have to send my child to India as I cannot afford fees in international schools," a parent said. The school inside the embassy premises served kids between the kindergarten and Class IV.
The Indian School served a small sector of Beijing’s community (not just those of Indian nationality) who could not afford to send their children to Beijing’s increasingly expensive international schools. The Pakistan Embassy College is now expected to bare the brunt of the closure, taking in children who have been forced to change schools.
We tried calling the Indian School to no avail. While we did get through to the Indian Embassy, they could only confirm that the school had closed and were unable to provide any details. Updates will be posted in the comments section as they come in.