The school is primarily intended for Indian children. All children are expected to follow the curriculum prescribed by the Central Board of Secondary Education,New Delhi.
Application for admission should be made on the prescribed form by parents or guardian who will be responsible to the head of the school for pupil's conduct, development, punctuality, regular attendance, progress in the school and payment of fees and other matters.
A child must be three years old on 15th March of the school year, before she / he can be admitted to the Lower K.G. No child who has not completed 5 years will be considered for admission to class I. A corresponding scale of age is fixed for the successive classes.
A pupil will be given a test at the time of admission. The decision of the School authorities regarding the entrance test shall be final. A pupil who joins the school for the first time must produce a photocopy of the official birth certificate and passport, as evidence of the date of birth entered in the admission form. A child coming from another school must produce a transfer certificate from the school last attended, duly counter signed by the education officer or authority of the area.
Application for withdrawal should be submitted in writing to the Principal at least one month before the date of withdrawal or a month fee will be charged in lieu of the notice.
A transfer certificate, or any other certificate, will be issued only if all school dues have been paid and library books and school items taken on loan have been returned.
Students from countries other thanIndiamust produce NOC from their respective Embassy in Oman.
All students should submit Xerox copy of their valid visa page of their passport.
Students seeking admission must meet the requirements set by the school. A corresponding scale of age is fixed for the successive classes.
Please see the Admission Guidelines for more information. For further enquiry please contact Indian School Nizwa - Administration department.
Various teaching aids like audio visuals, specimens etc. are used in the day to day classroom teaching. Journals for all the subjects as well as around more than 1000 books are also available for reading in the library.