The foundation stone for the second campus of DPS-MIS, one of the leading Indian schools in Qatar, was laid in Al Wukair area on Saturday.
Indian ambassador P Kumaran, school’s chief patron Mohamed bin Hammam al-Abdulla, patron Aisha bint Mohamed bin Hammam, managing committee president Hassan Chougule, vice president Yassir Nainar, other members and many other dignitaries were present at the ceremony.
DPS-MIS Wukair campus is spread over 32,000sq m and out of which over 21,000sq m is dedicated as built-up area for teaching- learning facilitation.
The proposed building will be equipped with all essential and modern facilities to provide holistic development to around 3,600 students and is expected to be ready by September next year.
While addressing the gathering, Chougule said DPS-MIS ‘has carved a niche for itself and is the first choice school of the country’s Indian expatriate community.’
“The school’s spectacular growth is mainly owing to its cosmopolitan outlook, congenial atmosphere, secular character and student-centric approaches,” he said, adding that the foundation of DPS-MIS Wukair is another milestone in the history of Indian education in Qatar.
The school will continue to remain committed to providing the best of the facilities to foster academic excellence, creativity and compassion in young minds, he said.
Ambassador Kumaran commended the dedicated efforts of DPS-MIS in providing quality education to the children of the Indian community and said the the school’s Wukair campus is a heartening step to meet the growing demand for more schools in Qatar.
DPS-MIS principal Asna Nafees proposed a vote of thanks.
Published on 14 March 2018 - Source: Gulf Times