The Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman carried out a formal ceremony to mark the handover of Indian School Bausher – the seventh Indian college in the capital location and the 21st in Oman. Fatma Noorani, director basic of private schools, Ministry of Education, presided more than the function as the chief guest for the occasion on Tuesday. Siddiqa Abdul Majeed al Lawatiya, director of International Schools, Ministry of Education, and Rakesh Adlakha, deputy chief of mission, Embassy of India, had been the guests of honour.
Khaled Hamad al Ghazzali, basic manager (Investment) of Al Omaniya al Nahdha, handed more than a scale-model of the college developing to the Board of Directors. The function was attended by Dr Satish Nambiar, chairman of Indian Social Club, former chairpersons of the board, Kiran Asher, Sandeep Arora, Tonny George Alexander and Wilson V George members of the Board of Directors, presidents and members of the management committees, principals, vice principals, assistant vice principals and members of the esteemed enterprise communities in Oman.
“The Indian School Bausher envisions holistic approach to education; it is yet another significant milestone in the annals of the Indian Schools in Oman and is the realisation of the board’s vision that every child of Indian diaspora in Oman be provided with world-class education,” mentioned Dr Baby Sam Saamuel, chairman, Board of Directors – Indian Schools in Oman.
The college is equipped with swimming and splash pool, wellness & wellness centre, globe-regular synthetic athletic tracks, cycling track, football ground, basketball court, cricket pitch and kabaddi play location.
The college has a single of the greatest libraries with contemporary amenities, art and music area with finest instruments and exclusive kindergarten classrooms.
The college, beneath the leadership of Principal Rakesh Singh Tomar, an academician with decades of expertise, is prepared to take off with complete-fledged classes from the starting of the forthcoming academic year.
The college will initially be accommodating youngsters of Kindergarten to Class VII, adding a lot more senior classes in subsequent years.
Information Source: Muscat Daily