Neutrosophic Decision Making Model of School Choice


  • Kalyan Mondal Birnagar High School (HS), Birnagar, Ranaghat, District: Nadia, Pin Code: 741127, West Bengal, India.
  • Surapati Pramanik Department of Mathematics, Nandalal Ghosh B.T. College, Panpur, PO-Narayanpur, and District: North 24 Parganas, Pin Code: 743126, West Bengal, India.


Neutrosophic multi-attribute decision-making, Grey relational analysis, School choice.


The purpose of this paper is to present single valued neutrosophic decision making model of school choice. Childhood is a crucial stage in terms of a child's physical, intellectual, emotional and social development
i.e. all round development of a child. Mental and physical abilities of children grow at an increasing rate. Children particularly need high quality personal care and learning experiences.
Children begin learning from the moment the child takes his/her birth and continues on throughout his/her life. Babies and toddlers need positive early learning experiences for their mental and physical development and this lays the foundation for later school success. So it is necessary to select the best school for the children among all the feasible alternatives by which all needs of the children are fulfilled.

A large number of parents have an increasing array of options in choosing the best school for their children among all alternatives. Those options vary from place to place. In this paper, neutrosophic multi-attribute decisionmaking with interval weight information is used to form a decision-making model for choosing the best school for the children. A numerical example is developed based on expert opinions from english medium schools of Nadia districts, West Bengal, India. The problem is solved to show the effectiveness of the proposed single valued neutrosophic decision making model.


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Mondal, K., & Pramanik, S. (2020). Neutrosophic Decision Making Model of School Choice. Neutrosophic Sets and Systems, 7, 62-68. Retrieved from