There's a lot of schools in Qatar that cater to the growing population of Indian expatriates in Qatar. If you're a parent in Qatar looking for schools for your child/children that fit your needs, take a look at the list we compiled of the Indian schools in Qatar that are licensed by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.
Note: This list is in alphabetical order. For the updated fee structure of each school, please check the school website or contact the school directly.
Podar Pearl School is a result of an exceptional collaboration between Pearl Modern School and Podar Education Network. This is where educational excellence in Qatar and the 94 years of legacy of Podar come together to create a futuristic foundation for your children with world-class educational infrastructure.
Podar Pearl School cares for the overall development of each child, making sure to develop personality, confidence, and potential along with academic excellence. They offer Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) of India curriculum.
AKIS caters primarily to the children of Qatargas employees. The co-educational and non-selective school is located in Al Khor Community and has over 4,000 students across 5 buildings. AKIS offers the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) of India curriculum to children from 3 to 18 years of age.
Bhavan's Public School is part of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan which has over 400 schools in India and 10 international schools including GCC. The school follows the CBSE curriculum.
Founded in 2004 in Qatar, BPS is the fulfillment of Mr. Basant Kumar Birla & Dr. (Mrs.) Sarala Birla's wish to serve Indians abroad. According to its website, "The school at present has more than 6,800 students on its roll and provides state-of-the-art facilities – well-equipped laboratories, a vast library, classrooms with interactive whiteboards, a swimming pool, auditorium, an open-air theatre, canteens, sports and games facilities and a fleet of 167 buses, of which 81 are school owned."
Brilliant Indian International School offers to provide value-based education in a stress-free environment to Indian students in Qatar. "The school utilizes innovative methods of teaching for a child-centered holistic learning, paying particular attention to the development of the whole person: spiritually, morally, culturally, academically, aesthetically and physically."
Part of the Taleb Group of Schools, DMIS follows the Indian curriculum with almost 2,000 students. According to its website, it's the first Indian school to be awarded a “Qatar National School Accreditation (QNSA)” for 5 years.
Established in 2001, DPS Modern Indian School, "The School with a Difference", has helped its students excel in academics, extra-curricular activities, and sports resulting in well-rounded personalities. The school has many facilities available which include a state-of-the-art auditorium, Olympic size swimming pool, sports facilities, IT infrastructure, laboratories, an art room, dance & music room, and more.
Delivering child-centric, value-based, and technology-driven learning, DPS Monarch International School is the second campus of DPS MIS (Delhi Public School – Modern Indian School) in Qatar. According to the school, it has partnered with IYC World in India and in Qatar to provide digital curriculum, e-books, and the best IT solutions for its students, teachers, and parents.
According to its website, the school is "committed to holistic education where the stress is on researched activity and application-based learning." It aims to empower children to learn for life and community life is at the core of its values.
‘Educate for Eternity' is the school's motto. According to the Director of Greenwood Group of Institutions, the students are the school's main focus. They develop not only the children's academics but also their discipline, personality, social sensitivity, and make sure they're imbibed with the traditional values and culture of India.
The school started with 135 students in 1982 and has since grown to over 4,500 students making it one of the largest educational institutions. "The school comprises of a house system, where each student, is affiliated with a particular house, named after famous personalities in Indian & world history," according to its website.
"LISD aims to provide holistic education with comprehensive facilities to develop the child’s overall personality. LISD believes communication between the school and parents is “the key” to a good relationship, as parents are regarded as co-educators and plenty of opportunities are created for the home and school to work in tandem. The school gives the parents this unique experience through our Campus Management System."
According to its website, the M.E.S. Indian School was the first in Qatar to introduce e-learning for all classes. Since its establishment in 1974, the school has since then been one of the well-known Indian educational institutions in the country.
"Noble International School empowers students to fully develop their intellectual, emotional, social, creative, and physical skills in a challenging and supportive environment. Beyond academics, the school strives to instill in its students a positive attitude towards lifelong learning and an appreciation for cultural diversity, while equipping them with the higher-thinking and problem-solving skills necessary to be successful in life."
“LUX MENTIS LUX ORBIS” - ‘The light of the mind’ ‘The light of the world’ is Olive International School's motto. The school implements Outcome-Based Education (OBE) to achieve holistic development of each child, as mentioned on its website.
Rajagiri Public School is the joint venture of the Rajagiri Group of Educational Institutions, Kochi, Kerala, and Al Kaabi Contracting and Trading Company in Qatar. Established in 2014, the school encourages children to channel their potential in an atmosphere for multifaceted development.
With the motto "LIGHT TO ENLIGHTEN LEAD TO EMPOWER", Shantiniketan aims to transform children into "excellent human beings and global citizens ready to become lifelong learners and take up the professional and leadership challenges of Qatar or of any other country of their choice where they wish to live."
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