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    Management removing the word school and replacing with home

    I came across a ad being released by the popular school chain in Telangana who have many branches in Hyderabad and other districts and have been doing exemplary well before the pandemic and after March their popularity eroded and no takers. The same school has now changed the strategy and replaced the name with home, that implies the school has gone for total change and decided to impart education online and contacting the old parents and new students to join their online school classes.
  • #715220
    School is school, what intention of management is for changing the word 'school' to 'home' can be surmised only. Perhaps they have done it so because students are not going to school due to pandemic and they study from home. Another aspect is that word home stands for closeness to customers where they are treated as their family members. School is also opened for doing business by big businessmen. It may be a new slogan to attract their clients.
    Will they continue home in place of school when the pandemic is over maybe a question.

  • #715236
    These are the management strategies to get attracted by students. Almost from the last 8 months schools are not working. Many students are not even attending online classes also as they are not able to pay the fees due to the income problem to their families. As such the collections for some schools reduced. But managements are not lost anything as they are not paying salaries to their teachers also. But there may be some reductions in their profits. That is making them think differently so that they may attract all the students again.
    Mainly playschools, pre-primary schools and primary schools got affected heavily. The schools in villages are suffering more than the schools in cities. How to get back to their original position is the problem before them and these are all the actions towards reaching that goal.

    always confident

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