DOHA SHEMFORD Noble International School, the first franchise of India-based Shemford Futuristic Schools, will open at Abu Hamour on Friday.
Shemford Noble will run in collaboration with Noble Indian Educational Society (NIES). NIES was launched in Doha in 2007 with a vision to provide quality education to the expatriate community. Dr Saif Ali al Hajri, vicechairman of Qatar Foundation, will open the school. Indian embassy Second Secretary MR Qureshi will be guest of honour on the occasion. The next academic session in the school will begin on April 3. Admission to each class has been limited to 25 students.
Speaking at the press meet, Hussain Muhammad, chairman of NIES, said that Noble Indian School’s collaboration with Shemford will impart quality education in creative, caring, innovative, stress-free and harmonious environment for children.
The class will function as per ‘ShemEduMAX’, a unique proprietary multi-tier educational programme developed by Shemford academic research wing, which aims to provide a ‘Child Created Curriculum’ taught through engaging teaching methods with personalised assessment.
Amol Arora, managing director of Shemford in India, who was present at the meet, said that the educational system created by educationists in India has earned international recognition and that over 160 schools in India are following the curriculum.
Meenal Arora, executive director and head of academic department of Shemford said: “Developing a child is a joint venture of parents and teachers”.
Other officials who attended the press conference were Letha Jacob, acting principal, Shaheen Akhtar, headmistress, Abdurahim Kunnummal, general convener, and Shoukath TAJ, treasurer.