Abu Dhabi Indian School mulls fee hike

ABU DHABI - The Abu Dhabi Indian School is mulling a revision of its tuition fees and will be sending a proposal to the Ministry of Education in this regard.

By Anwar Ahmad

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Published: Thu 28 Aug 2008, 1:13 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 5:10 PM

Justifying the move, V.K Mathu, principal of the school, told Khaleej Times: "We are also reeling under the increasing cost of living in Abu Dhabi. We are now considering to revise our fee structure, as we have not revised it for the last four years."

He further said, "We'll send a proposal to the Ministry of Education. With the present fee structure, it will be difficult for us to maintain our infrastructure. But we'll work out the fee structure which will be manageable for parents and sufficient for the school management to cope with the rising costs," he said.

The principal also informed that owing to insistence of parents, the school had enrolled some 250 more students compared to previous year."

anwar@khaleejtimes.com



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