Indian School Muscat Principal Srinivas K. Naidu resigns

Oman Monday 12/December/2016 15:37 PM
By: Times News Service
Indian School Muscat Principal Srinivas K. Naidu resigns

Muscat: Indian School Muscat Principal Srinivas K. Naidu has resigned from his post due to personal reasons, officials at Indian School Board have confirmed.
Wilson V. George, Chairman, Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman, said recruitment for a suitable replacement is in the final stages. “We will appoint a new principal very soon,” he said.
Srinivas K. Naidu was appointed as the ISM principal by the CBSE during the academic year 2013-14 after the former Principal Achuthan Madhav resigned from his post.
Naidu has a post-graduate degree in physics with an experience of 25 years as a physics teacher, administrator and academician.
“Srinivas K. Naidu was an excellent leader and a class academician,” his colleagues said.
After being appointed as the Principal, he was also assigned with the mentoring of Indian School Al Seeb, Indian School Nizwa, Indian School Ibri, Indian School Sur and Indian School Jalan.
He used to visit each of these five schools often with a team of observers that included a vice principal and an assistant vice principal.
In 2015, Srinivas was honoured with the “Best Mentor Principal Award” by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
The award was given at a function in New Delhi, India.
Smriti Irani, India’s Union Minister for Human Resource Development felicitated him for his contribution in the field of education.
The award consisted of a merit certificate, a shawl and a cash prize.
ISM started its journey in 1975 with 135 children, Indian School Muscat is the largest co-educational institution in the Gulf with over 9,200 students