Seventh Indian School in Muscat set to open this month

Oman Wednesday 17/April/2019 14:56 PM
By: Times News Service
Seventh Indian School in Muscat set to open this month

Muscat: A new Indian School branch is set to open in Bousher on April 22, making it the 21st Indian School in Oman and the 7th school in the capital region. The school will open before the upcoming academic term.

More than 1800 students have already enrolled in different classes ranging from kindergarten to Grade 8.

“Indian School Bousher is a significant milestone in the annals of Indian Schools in Oman, as a modern facility that is aimed at ensuring twenty-first century learning to the students of Indian diaspora,” said Dr. Baby Sam Saamuel, Chairman, Board of Directors – Indian Schools in Oman.

He also said: “The Indian School Bousher envisions a holistic approach to education in line with the Board’s vision that every child from the Indian diaspora in Oman will be provided a world class education.”

Indian School Bousher is a modern, secure campus that offers high quality educational opportunities complemented by state-of-the-art infrastructure and latest technology, all intended to provide exemplary, cutting-edge education.

From an academic perspective, this branch includes exclusive kindergarten classrooms, and resource centre for augmented learning, STEM laboratories, a robotics centre for advanced learning and a kindergarten play area with sophisticated learning with easy-to-handle equipment.

Placing high importance to all-round development, the school has well-equipped libraries with all modern amenities, art and music rooms, swimming and splash pools, a health and wellness centre, synthetic athletic tracks (that meet the world-standard) , a cycling track, a football ground, a basketball court, a cricket pitch and a kabaddi play area.

The school, under the leadership of Principal Rakesh Singh Tomar — an academic with decades of experience — is ready to take off with full-fledged classes from next week.

“Considering the high quality of education at an affordable rate, the environment-friendly campus, and easy accessibility through the Muscat expressway, Indian School at Bousher is expected to attract a large number of new applicants in subsequent years,” Dr. Saamuel said.