Wednesday, 31 May 2023
Community elated as Indian School Buraimi gets CBSE affiliation

Community elated as Indian School Buraimi gets CBSE affiliation

It has certainly been fulfilment of a extended-awaited dream for the college authorities, specifically for the Indian neighborhood in Buraimi, stated a press release.

Indian School Buraimi is 1 of the quickest developing Indian schools below the governance of Board of Directors. There are 20 Indian schools in the sultanate and 15 of them are affiliated to the CBSE.

The college had a humble starting in 2010 with 52 students. It had classes only up to grade two, but inside seven years the quantity has elevated to much more than 400 and the college has classes up to class eight.

Wilson V George, chairman, Board of Directors, announced the news at the inaugural ceremony of Indian School Saham. He congratulated the Indian neighborhood in Buraimi for their continued assistance and the college neighborhood for their selfless efforts to accomplish the aim. He also thanked the Indian Embassy in Oman, for the assistance in acquiring the affiliation.

Dr C M Najeeb, vice chairman of the board, thanked the CBSE chairperson and the CBSE officials for the warm reception and favourable response to the delegation from Indian School Board in Oman headed by him, in the course of their current go to to CBSE on this mission.
The college is all set for beginning larger classes when the new academic year starts in the initial week of April.

It is a boon for the parents, as they can maintain their kids with them at least up to the completion of grade 10.

Indian School Buraimi is the only college in the region providing Indian curriculum. For the Indian residents of the location, the subsequent nearest Indian college getting larger secondary education is in Sohar, 118km from Buraimi.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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