Indian School to inaugurate new campus in Riffa
Manama, February 26, 2014
One of Bahrain's biggest schools will officially launch its new junior campus in Riffa tomorrow.
The building, which comes with state-of-the-art facilities, is built on 40,000-sq m of land at a cost of BD2.5 million ($6.6 million), said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
The campus will be dedicated to the community and Indian expatriates in particular.
It consists of six blocks of three-storey buildings with 102 classrooms, 15 toilets, a 600-sq m multi-purpose hall, prayer rooms, two computer labs, two science labs, an art room, music room, first aid rooms, a library, five canteens, and car parking for more than 200 vehicles and 50 buses.
The campus will be inaugurated by Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi in the presence of Riffa Sports Club president Shaikh Abdulla bin Khalid Al Khalifa, Indian Ambassador Dr Mohan Kumar and senior officials.
The launch will be open to the public and will start at 5pm.
The details were revealed at a press conference headed by the school's honorary chairman Abraham John and principal V R Palaniswamy. - TradeArabia News Service