Indian School Ibri students were on ‘cloud nine’ after the CBSE declared the grade 10 results for the academic year 2018-19. The school exploded with excitement at the cent percent results. Master. Akhil Vinayak S, secured the first place with 96.2 percent. Ms. Meenakshi Biju, secured the second place with 94.8 percent and Master. Pranav S Kumar, secured the third place with 94.4 percent of marks.
The toppers in various subjects are English – Master. Pranav S Kumar (96); Hindi – Master. Brian Philip Hanock (97); Malayalam – Ms. Sana Sharafudheen (97); Maths – Ms. Angelina Aishwarya Ezilarasi (99); Science – Master. Akhil Vinayak S (98); Social Science – Ms. Fathima Shiyana Maxood (99). Out of 46 students appeared for the examinations, 10 students secured above 90 %, 25 students got distinction and 36 students scored above 60 % in overall.The School Management Committee and the Principal congratulated the students for their exemplary results, the parents for their whole hearted support and cooperation and the teachers for their dedicated efforts.
Indian School Ibri, registered a 100% pass result in the CBSE exams held in March 2019. Miss. Afrina Akther has made a commendable performance with 95 percentage and has topped the batch.
Miss Kavitha Nagaraj owns the pride of second position with 94.4 percentage and Miss Afiya Charivuparambil Abdulla, secured the third position with 94.2 percentage of marks.The toppers in various subjects are: Biology Afiya Charivuparambil Abdulla (99); English Afrina Akther and Catherine Grace (98); Multimedia and Web Technology Afrina Akther and Catherine Grace(97); Chemistry Afrina Akther, Kavita Nagaraj and Sarayusri Raghavan (95); Physics Kavitha Nagaraj, Sandhra Mol and Sarayusri Raghavan (95); Maths Kavitha Nagaraj (95)
Subject performances are as follows: of 21 students, 3 scored A1 in Biology, 5 scored A1 in English, 8 scored A1 in MMWT,6 scored A1 in Physics, 5 scored A1 in Chemistry and 1 scored A1 in Maths.
The School Management Committee and the Principal stand in awe of this performance and showered praises on the students for their exemplary results, the parents for their whole hearted support and cooperation and the teachers for their herculean efforts.
Indian Schools in Oman, established by the Board of Directors aims primarily to educate the students of the Indian Community residing within sultanate of Oman. The Schools function and operate as non-political, secular, non-profit making and self-sustaining institutions.
Indian Schools in Oman, impart quality education to children of Indian diaspora and also to the children of other nationalities through 19 schools across Oman. Sincere thanks to His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said and the Government of Oman for extending all the support for the establishment and smooth functioning of these schools in Oman.
All schools are governed and mentored by the fifteen member Board of Directors, collectively striving to provide quality education to over 37,000 students. Individual schools are further mentored by a group of Directors of the Board, who actively support, guide and monitor the functions of the institutions.
Board of Directors strives to provide affordable quality education aiming at the overall development of the children. Every effort is made by the Board of Directors to ensure that no Indian child is deprived of education for any reason, whatsoever. In order to provide the best to our children, Board of Directors continuously endeavour to improve the facilities in Indian Schools and also to expand the infrastructure.
Indian School Ibri is one of the institutions under the umbrella of the Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman.
The school is primarily intended for Indian children . All children are expected to follow the curriculum prescribed by the School. Application for admission should be made on the prescribed form by parents or guardians who will be responsible to the Head of the school for the pupil’s conduct , punctuality , regular attendance , progress in school and payment of fees.
A child must be three years , as on 31st March, before he/she is admitted to the Lower K.G. No child who has not completed five years will be considered for admission to Class I. A corresponding scale of age is fixed for the successive classes.
A pupil may be given oral/written test at the time of admission. The decision of the school authorities regarding the entrance test shall be final. A pupil who joins the school for the first time must produce an official birth certificate and passport , in evidence of the date of birth to be entered in the admission form, photocopy of passport and two passport size photographs. A candidate coming from another school must produce a transfer certificate from the school last attended , duly countersigned by the educational officer of the area.
Application for withdrawal should be submitted in writing to the Principal of the School, atleast one month in advance of the date of leaving the school, or a month’s fees will be charged in lieu of notices.
Transfer certificate or any other certificate will be issued only if all school dues have been paid and the school property taken on loan, if any, has been returned.