The Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman is the apex policymaking body for all the Indian Schools in the Sultanate. Currently, the board governs 20 Indian Schools, with more than 46,000 students on the rolls.
The Board, as empowered by the Bye-Laws approved by the Ministry of Education of Oman, establishes Indian Schools to impart education to the students of the Indian community residing within the Sultanate. The primary objective of Board of Directors is to ensure that no Indian expatriate child in the Sultanate of Oman should be denied the opportunity of qualitative primary and secondary education at par with the national standards in India. The Schools function and operate as non-political, secular, non-profitmaking and self-sustaining institutions solely with aim of serving the educational needs of Indian diaspora.
The Board of Directors, in its long-term plan - Vision 2020, envisages holistic education for the students of Indian Schools. Holistic Education is based on the principle that each child be nurtured and educated though both academic and non-academic means, with focus on the overall development of the child. In order to achieve this aspiring mission, the Board emphasizes academic excellence as well as the all-round development of students by encouraging participation in sports, cultural activities, and socially responsible activities that shall transform students into educated, confident and productive individuals.
The Board of Directors consists of eminent members of the Indian community in the Sultanate of Oman with varying professional and entrepreneurial expertise who render their voluntary services for the development of the future generation of Indian diaspora in Oman. This policymaking body consists of both elected and nominated members, and takes collective decisions with the only objective of the development of educational system for the benefit of Indian expatriate community in the Sultanate.
Across the years, the Board has evolved into a participative management system by involving various stakeholders from community, like parents, expert resources etc., in developing various projects for Indian schools.
Ably supported by the Indian community, the Board strives to make sure that the educational system of the Indian Schools in the Sultanate reaches greater heights in molding better individuals.x
Dr. Baby Sam SaamuelChairman
Mr. C. M. NajeebVice Chairman
Mr. G.S.Bhavani PrasadFinance Director
Mr. Sirajudeen NhelatDirector
Mr. Selvichen JacobDirector
Mr. Nitheesh SundaresanDirector
Mr. Ajith PanickerDirector
Mr. Prabhakar Vithalrao TijareDirector
Mr. Ahamed RayeesDirector
Mr. Harshendu ShahDirector
Mr. Ajayakummar JDirector
Mr. Alkesh JoshiDirector
Vinoba M PSr. Principal and Edn. Advisor.