MES Indian School on Tuesday inaugurated its new branch at Abu Hamour at a soft launch ceremony. "The new branch is purpose-built to further the learning horizons of students in a sophisticated ambience," MES governing board president K Abdul Karim said.
"The school will be functioning with classes I to VIII during the ongoing academic year 2021-22. We are also seeking affiliation from CBSE to extend classes up to XII, in the ensuing years," explained general secretary Ahmed Isham.

MES officials announce the soft-launch of the new school Tuesday

Principal Dr Mohammed Haneef stressed that the school is committed to provide quality education at par with international standards.
"The new school premises can accommodate 1,450 learners as per the Ministry of Education and Higher Education regulations," he said.
Some of the salient features of the school include: Fully digital campus with state-of-the-art facilities; FM Radio 2.O; Happiness Centre; Green Army; labs for science, mathematics, home science, engineering graphics; reading programme; outdoor and indoor play areas; twin computer labs; purpose-built activity room and art and craft room; language lab; well-experienced and highly qualified teachers; e-Learning empowered methodology for all classes; opportunities to participate in events organised by CBSE Sahodaya Qatar Chapter; and clubs/house based arts and sports activities.
The admission registration for the school and all other details are available at
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