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INDIAN SCHOOL RUSTAQ SULTANATE OF OMAN

Indian Schools in Oman, established by the Board of Directors aims primarily to educate the students of the Indian Community residing within sultanate of Oman. The Schools function and operate as non-political, secular, non-profit making and self-sustaining institutions.

Indian Schools in Oman, impart quality education to children of Indian diaspora and also to the children of other nationalities through 19 schools across Oman. Sincere thanks to His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said and the Government of Sultanate of Oman for extending all the support for the establishment and smooth functioning of these schools in Oman.

All schools are governed and mentored by the fifteen members Board of Directors, collectively striving to provide quality education to over 37,000 students. Individual schools are further mentored by a group of Directors of the Board, who actively support, guide and monitor the functions of the institutions.

Board of Directors strive to provide affordable quality education aiming at the overall development of the children. Every effort is made by the Board of Directors to ensure that no Indian child is deprived of education for any reason, whatsoever. In order to provide the best to our children, Board of Directors continuously endeavour to improve the facilities in Indian Schools and also to expand the infrastructure.

Indian School Rustaq is one of the institutions under the umbrella of the Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman.

The Indian School Rustaq was founded in 1993. It is managed by a subcommittee nominated by Board of Directors for Indian Schools in Oman.

This is a co-education, English medium School approved by the Ministry of Education, Sultanate of Oman and follows the syllabus of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi, India.

The medium of instruction is English, with Hindi as the compulsory second language. Arabic is taught as additional language, fulfilling the requirement of a third language by the Central Board Secondary Education. Malayalam is an optional language. At present there are classes from K.G. 1 to Class VIII.

The School is primarily intended for Indian children however children of other nationalities are admitted with the permission of the Board of Directors, Oman or the Indian Embassy.

The school strives at the growth of not merely the academic disciplines, but it also provides opportunities for the development of good moral and social habits, which are the basis in the formation of an upright citizen and a good human being.

Admission Procedure

Tuition Fees

SCHOOL UNIFORM

Uniform is compulsory for the children to bring about oneness and equality among them. Parents are requested to avoid making oversized uniforms for their children as it spoils the smart look and becomes inconvenient for them. Boys’ hair must be cut short. Girls hair must be either short or to put neatly behind with black ribbons or hair bands.

KG I & KG II children are not required to wear school uniform.

BOYS SHOULD WEAR ONLY SHORTS TILL STD V

UNIFORM


BOYS ( Std. I - IV )

Shorts : Navy Blue

Shirt : Short Sleeved light blue

Belt : Black

Socks : White

Shoes : Black

SENIOR BOYS ( Std. V – VIII )

Pants : Navy Blue

Shirt : Light blue

Belt : Black

Socks : White

Shoes : Black

 

GIRLS UNIFORM FOR Std. I - V

Shirt : Short Sleeved light blue

Skirt : Navy Blue Pinafore Skirt with box pleats

Shoes : Black

Sock : White

Belt : Black

Front

Back

Pattern of Skirts

  • 1. Navy blue pinafore skirt with box pleats.
  • 2. The pleats should be sufficiently broad. Each pleat should have enough cloth material tucked in to prevent it from opening while worn.
  • 3. The waistband should be proportionate to the size of the pinafore, with loops of the same cloth for the belt .
  • 4. The pinafore should be up to the knee.

GIRLS UNIFORM FOR Std. VI – VIII

Salwar

Kamees

Bottom

Navy Blue (Salwar)

Kamees

Sky Blue

Jacket

Navy Blue

Shoes

Black

Socks

White

WHITE UNIFORM ON TUESDAYS

Girls ( Std. I - V )

White skirt with box pleats

White short-sleeved blouse

White P.T. Shoes

White socks (Calf length)

White ribbon or hair band

Senior Girls ( Std. VI - VIII )

White Salwar Kamees

Navy Blue Jacket

White P.T. Shoes.

White socks (Calf length)

White ribbon or hair band


Pattern of Girls’ P.T. Uniform

  • 1. The skirt should be made from soft white cloth.
  • 2. It must have at least 8 box pleats.
  • 3. Pleats must be stitched 3 inches from the waistband.
  • 4. The box pleat should have sufficient cloth material tucked, in order to give the skirt a proper fall.
  • 5. It should be of knee length.
  • 6. The pattern of the blouse should be like that of the school uniform blouse.

Boys ( Std. I - IV )

White short-sleeved shirts

White shorts

White socks ( Calf length )

White P.T. shoes

Senior Boys ( Std. V – VIII )

White short-sleeved shirts

White pants

White socks ( Calf length )

White P. T. shoes

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS

1. Students should be present in the class at the beginning of the period and in time for all other activities by 7.30 a.m.

2. No student should leave the school premises during the school hours without the prior permission of the Principal.

3. All leave applications should bear the signature of the parent / guardian.

4. Leave of Absence will not be granted except for valid reasons and only after receiving prior written application from the parent/guardian. A student who ( without valid reason and prior permission ) has been absent for a month is liable to have his/her name struck off without advance notice. If re-admission is sought he/she will be considered as a fresh admission.

5. Application for medical leave should always be accompanied by a medical certificate from a qualified and licensed doctor.

6. All leave applications should be noted in the prescribed “Leave Record column ” in the school handbook.

TRANSPORT

1. Parents can arrange private transport for their wards.

2. The parents have to enter the telephone number of the driver in the school handbook in order to communicate with them if it is required.

WITHDRAWAL

1. Applications for withdrawal should be submitted in the prescribed form to the Principal 2 weeks before the withdrawal.

2. No Transfer Certificate will be issued unless all the dues to the school have been paid.

3. For a duplicate copy of any extract from the school register R.O.2.000 will be charged.


Visiting Hours

7.30 AM to 9.30 AM & 12 PM to 1.30 PM


White uniform : To be worn on Tuesday.

TEACHERS LIST

Mrs. Suja Jacob

M.A., B.Ed ( Principal )

Mrs. Asa Rajkumar

M.Sc, B.Ed

Mrs. Resmi Anilkumar

Montessori

Mrs. Maria Virginia

B.A., T.T.C

Mrs. Jiji Krishnan Nadar Baby

M.A., B.Ed

Mrs. Sandhya Padmakshy Vijayan

M.Sc, B.Ed

Mrs. Christi Ann Thomas

M.A., B.Ed

Mrs. Farhat Sultana

B.Sc, B.Ed

Mrs. Seema Sathian

M.A., B.Ed

Mrs. Veena Reji

M.Sc, B.Ed

Mrs. Dilna Kodakkadan

B.A., B.Ed

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

Mr. Tomy T. John - M.A, B.Ph, B.Ed - President

Ministry of Education
Sultanate of Oman
Mob : 98917515
email : tomkvayal@gmail.com

Mr. Abdulla P - M.A., B.Ed - Convenor

Ministry of Health
Rustaq Nursing Institute
Mob : 92100651
email: abdullashami@gmail.com

Dr. Ashok Manavazhi - M.S(Microbiology), M.B.B.S - Treasurer

Ministry of Health
Sultanate of Oman
Mob : 99740337
email: amdragoon92@gmail.com

Mr. Rafique Rahman - BSc, DMLT, RIA Course - Member

Medical Fitness & Examination Center ( CDC Rustaq )
Ministry of Health
Sultanate of Oman.
Mob : 98985657
email: rafiq_rahman50@yahoo.com

Mr. Mohammed Riyaz Khan - B.E ( Electrical Engineering ) - Member

Superintendent, Engineering & Maintenance
Rustaq Hospital
Mob : 98938419
email: md_riyaz6@rediffmail.com

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