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Now apply online to Indian schools in Oman

Muscat, Dec 26 : Indian schools in Oman will go online with their admission process for the academic year 2014-2015, a media report Thursday said.


The website related to admissions, www.indianschoolsoman.com, will go online with updated information and online registration forms from Jan 1, Times Of Oman reported.

The Board of Directors (BoD) of Indian schools in Oman - the apex body of the 19 Indian schools in the country with more than 37,000 students - is finalising the admission process for the academic year.

According to the report, the Centralised Admission System (CAS) for the six capital area schools, and a computerised random draw system introduced in 2011 had worked well.

Due to a large number of children seeking admission in Indian schools, the demand generally outstrips the total number of available seats, the report said.

The Indian Schools, which are established primarily to impart education to the students of the Indian community residing within the country, operate as a non-political, secular, and non-profit making self-sustaining institutions.

--IANS (Posted on 26-12-2013)

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