Mumbai, Jul 22: Two Mumbai-based schools and one Pune-based school have joined Cambridge International Examinations (CIE)- the world's largest school education board.
Navi Mumbai's Sanjivani International School, Juhu's Billabong High School and Pune-based Daffodils International School have joined the Board, a release issued today stated.
''India is an important market for us. Mumbai, which has large educated population, has seen unprecedented growth in the demand for international school education. We are confident of registering similar growth in other markets over next few years,'' University of Cambridge International Examinations South Asia Regional Manager Ian Chambers said.
India has over 200 schools under the CIE, which offers 'O' level, 'AS' level and 'A' Level examinations in the country. The CIE is the world's largest provider of international qualifications for the past 14-19 years olds and is present in over 150 countries, the release added.