Board Initiates Strategic Development Of Indian Schools For Students Benefits


Education in today's world goes beyond teaching traditional skills. It is essential to cultivate 21st century skills such as critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity. These skills enable students to tackle the challenges and opportunities that are present everywhere.

To achieve this, it is crucial to explore and utilize the best available resources. This will allow for the convergence of ideas and innovative methods that will benefit the student community.

As part of the organization's development activities, the Board has redistributed various responsibilities among its members. This is done to harness their expertise and improve the system.

Recent changes in the office bearers and committees of the Board have brought in fresh perspectives and ideas. These changes aim to elevate the Indian Schooling system in Oman to new heights.

According to a source from the Board, these changes can ensure the optimal utilization of the members' diverse capacities within a maximum period of two years for each Board.

There are currently 21 Indian Schools in Oman, with a staff of over 2,500. These schools cater to the educational needs of the Indian diaspora in this region.

Indian Schools in Oman boast the most extensive network of community-led school governance in the Middle East.

Under the patronage of the Ministry of Education, the Board of Directors, in collaboration with the Management Committees of each school, effectively governs the Indian Schools in Oman.


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