Exam advice by Dr Subhash Nair (Principal of Shantiniketan Indian School) The 31st Principals Conference was held at ITC Gardenia, Bangalore from 2-5 Jan 2019

Gulf Sahodaya at a glance

The idea of forming an association of the Heads of CBSE Schools in the Gulf was raised first in Bahrain, during an informal meeting held at the Indian School. Bahrain under the dynamic leadership of Late Mr. Atma Jashanmal.

During the 2nd National Conference of CBSE Schools held at Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, New Delhi in 1986, seven Principals from the Gulf who attended this Conference decided to form the Gulf Sahodaya Complex.

Objectives of the Gulf Sahodaya

  • To promote the areas of co-operation among the member schools
  • To share expertise, publish / circulate relevant material / literature to help in mutual growth in the true spirit of Sahadoya
  • To organize cultural, literary, educational, art, sport and other curricular activities / festivals etc. at area / country / regional level to foster healthy competitive spirit among the students of the member schools and create understanding for the rich heritage of multi-dimensional Indian and Arab cultures
  • To discuss the common problems of the member schools and find / suggest ways and means for their redressal
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"The idea of forming an association of the Heads of CBSE Schools in the Gulf was raised first in Bahrain, during an informal meeting held at the Indian School. Bahrain under the dynamic leadership of Late Mr. Atma Jashanmal. "

"The idea of forming an association of the Heads of CBSE Schools in the Gulf was raised first in Bahrain, during an informal meeting held at the Indian School. Bahrain under the dynamic leadership of Late Mr. Atma Jashanmal. "

" The idea of forming an association of the Heads of CBSE Schools in the Gulf was raised first in Bahrain, during an informal meeting held at the Indian School. Bahrain under the dynamic leadership of Late Mr. Atma Jashanmal. "