Bahrain: United Parents Panel's Candidates Win Indian School Election

Ronald F Dsouza
Daijiworld Media Network - Bahrain

Bahrain, Nov 16: The newly elected executive committee of the  Indian  school, all seven  candidates  of  The United Parents Panel  won the elections held on November 14, 2008 at Isatown School Campus

The panel was led by Dr.  Venkatachalam . J. along with Abraham  John , Rosaline  Roy Charlie , Benny Varkey , Aashique  Mohammed , Chandrakanth  Shetty , Ramesh Sambasivam 

The Elected Committee is to pledge the following manifesto during their term.

  • Well equipped canteen for students in both campus - i.e. Sitra and  Isatown. 
  • Present transport system and school timing  will be reviewed.
  • Top priority will be given for Academics focusing on class room teachings. 
  • Financial matters will be published on white paper for the clear picture of the school. 
  • Graduate programe will be pursued with one of the best universities in India.
  • Student’s new Disciplinary system will be established.
  • The views expressed by the parents shall be responded promptly and frequent seminars will be conducted.
  • The committee will focus more on policies and the principal  and staff  will be  responsible  for their  implementation.

The winning candidates will take the charge of the school as soon as possible on completion of formalities including those by the Ministry of Education.


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  • Ronald Mathias, Mangalore / Bahrain

    Tue, Nov 18 2008

    Keep up your name by doing good always.... After doing all good things for the school and children welfare, if the school having extra funds try to render your helping hand to the many sufferes of Labourers and domestic workers of Indian comunity.

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