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Explore virtual campus tours of the schools

There is something nostalgic and beautiful about school buildings. When we pass any school – not just your alma mater – it usually invites a second glance. A magnificent building with plenty of windows for every classroom, a big playground and sight of young students in uniforms.

With virtual campus tours launched by Sqoolz for the first time in India, now you can step through the corridors of these schools and take a look at the classrooms, labs, libraries, playground and everything else. With more schools signing up for the virtual tours, it serves as a big advantage to schools. For those parents interested in seeing the school during admissions can now simply use the tours and avoid disturbing the school for it, and it is completely free.


Check out the video that shows you how to use the virtual tours on Sqoolz.



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