The English Book Depot established in 1923; has served the education sector for near 100 years, with a maiden bookshop at Dehradun. Our inherent strength is in offering a delightful book-buying experience for the family. In 2010, EBD acquired the brand BookCafe.
“We care for you and will go the extra mile... Most welcome to send in your special order requests, we will do our best to serve you.” - Snehlata, the long serving patron.
EBD offers a great place to unwind and browse all day. This Book Cafe houses one of the finest coffee shops in town and is a landmark in the city of Dehradun, India.
“Good advice for those who want good schools to be even better.” Ruskin Bond
The book is for parents to select the school for their child, as the choice can have a lifelong impact on the child's growth and personality.
A guide for you to look beyond that high-rise building and those perfectly manicured lawns—to go deeper in your search for your good school. It will encourage you to observe, question, evaluate, and choose a school that will truly prepare your child for a life beyond the campus, a life beyond theory.
This book will help educators, school administrators, and management build and rebuild such institutions and change the future of learning.
Enriched with the knowledge, experience and, most importantly, the wisdom of The Doon School alumnus and school improvement coach Sandeep Dutt, this book will encourage conversations around our education system and help shape the future of education.
Price Rs 295.00
Published by Rupa
“ Sandeep is a passionate educator. He is one of those individuals who have dedicated his life to making the greatest impact on the greatest number of people.”
- William Nanda Bissell, Chairman of the Board, Fabindia.
“This book is almost like a conversation where a concerned parent, a well-intentioned teacher, and an entrepreneur who is aware of the reality of education today discuss everything from the what, the why and the how of teaching to what it will take to redefine education and learning.”
- Arvind Passey, Blogger and columnist The Education Post.