Indian School Alain

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Indian School, Al Ain was established in the year 1977 by a few hardworking and enthusiastic philanthropists of the Indian Community in Al Ain. It was a time when the Indian community was slowly expanding and there were no educational facilities for their children in and around Al Ain city.

The school had its modest beginning with a handful of small kids in a rented building in Kuwaithath area. As the time progressed the student strength also increased and accordingly the school was shifted to different localities in Al Ain with better facilities.

In the year 1982 H.H. Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the then benevolent ruler of Abu Dhabi & the President of U.A.E., allotted a plot of land to the school in Manasir area through H.E. Sh. Tahnoon Bin Mohd. Al Nahyan, the ruler’s representative in the eastern region. In the year 1984, the school achieved its major landmark when the management of the school, crossing all the hurdles, managed to erect a modest building of its own.

Indian School, Al Ain got affiliation with CBSE, New Delhi in the year 1985. Looking to the need for an examination centre for CBSE in Al Ain region, CBSE appointed Indian School, Al Ain as the examination centre in 1988. Progressing on the path of success, the school started its Senior School in the year 1989 to coach grade XI & XII students of CBSE curriculum.

In the year 1990, a new block for girls section was inaugurated. With the expanding need of the school, another new block for Primary section was erected in the year 1992.