Muscat: The Board of Directors (BOD) of the Indian Schools in Oman conducted a formal ceremony for marking the handover of Indian School Bausher, the seventh Indian School in the capital area and the twenty-first in the Sultanate of Oman.
The school can accommodate around 3,600 students, said the official sources.
The school is equipped with swimming and splash pool, health & wellness centre, world-standard synthetic athletic tracks, cycling track, football ground, basketball court, cricket pitch and kabaddi play area. The school has one of the best libraries with modern amenities, art & music room with finest instruments, exclusive kindergarten classrooms, and resource centre for augmented learning, STEM laboratories, robotics centre for advanced learning and a kindergarten play area with sophisticated learning with fun equipment.
The school, under the leadership of Principal Rakesh Singh Tomar, an academician with decades of experience, is ready to take off with full-fledged classes from the beginning of the forthcoming academic year. The school will initially be accommodating children of Kindergarten to Class VII, adding more senior classes in subsequent years.
Considering the high quality of education at an affordable rate, the environmental friendly campus, and the easy accessibility through the Muscat express highway, Indian School at Bausher is expected to attract a large number of new applicants as well as those already studying in the afternoon shifts in different Indian schools in the capital area.
Fatma Noorani, Director General of Private Schools, Ministry of Education, presided over the function, held on January 15 at Indian School Muscat.
Siddiqa Abdul Majeed al Lawatiya, Director of International Schools, Ministry of Education and . Rakesh Adlekha, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of India were the Guests of Honour.
Khaled Hamad al Ghazzali, General Manager (Investment) of Al Omaniya Al Nahdha handed over the miniature replica of the School building to the Board of Directors.
The function was attended by the chairman of Indian Social Club, Dr Satish Nambiar, 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.
The school is a modern, secure campus that offers high quality educational opportunities complemented by state-of-the-art infrastructure and latest technologies, all intended to provide exemplary 21st century education.
“The Indian School Bousher envisions holistic approach to education; it is yet another significant milestone in the annals of the Indian Schools in Oman and is the realization of the Board’s vision that every child of Indian diaspora in Oman be provided with world class education,” said Dr. Baby Sam Saamuel, Chairman, Board of Directors – Indian Schools in Oman.