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Dubai students prefers Indian School

Updated on Mon, 12 December 2011 at 18:12 IST

A third of Dubai students study in Indian Schools. The point was put forth by Dr Abdulla Al Karam, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Director-General of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority.

Primary and secondary education are the building blocks of a students career. Schools play a big role in child's overall development. Indian schools are known for providing good education. With well qualified teachers and infrastructure schools are leaving no stones unturned to gain excellence in academics. Central Board of Secondary Education is the most sought after brand by parents who want their kids to be placed on the global map. With the introduction of new international curriculum and new methods of classroom teachings , schools are becoming places of experiential learning.

By Rashmi Priya

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