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Posted On: 10 August 2014 01:18 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:14 pm

Admissions to lower classes in new Indian school begin today

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Admissions to the lower classes begin today in Loyola International School (LIS), a new Indian school which was approved by the Supreme Education Council recently.

The school’s campus spread across 5,000 sq metres, is located on Al Andalus Street at Al Nasr in the Al Sadd area.

Online registration for KG I to Class III is already on and the classes are scheduled to commence on September 7, a statement issued by the school yesterday said.

It said the school is focused on quality education and activity-oriented teaching methodologies.

“The school has already recruited the required number of teaching and non-teaching staff. More employees will be recruited as per requirement keeping in mind the number of students in the next phase, which begins on April 15, 2015.”

The location map and other details of the campus and admission procedures are available on the school’s website:

The school’s campus comprises different blocks and hosts a library, tennis and badminton courts, football and a multi-purpose play area, a swimming pool and other facilities for extra and co-curricular activities.

The Loyola International School follows the CBSE syllabus. Its Doha branch is the first franchise of Loyola Education Institutions in the Middle East. Loyola is based in the south Indian city of Hyderabad. It has 13 educational institutions in South India.