Al-Barkaat Malik Muhammad Islam English School
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|Al-Barkaat Malik Muhammad Islam English School|
|Principal||Shagufta S. Khan|
|Affiliation||Central Board of Secondary Education|
Al-Barkaat Malik Muhammad Islam English School is a co-educational school located in Kurla, Mumbai. It is an English medium school that also provides Islamic teaching. The school is currently affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus, imparting education till the 10th grade. It is a day school, having over 700 students studying. The school also has a child psychiatrist to provide guidance to children throughout their schooling. The school has initiated an English course for parents to cope up with their children.
Al-Barkaat Malik Muhammad Islam English School was founded in 2006 and is being managed by the Rehbar foundation. The school was started with a small batch of 300 students. Today, there are over 700 students studying.
The school has spacious classrooms, a water purifier, a play area, an audio-video room, transport facilities, and a library. It also provides indoor sports games. There is also a large playground for football, volleyball, handball, hockey and other seasonal games. Apart from this, the school has a team of teachers who are well trained and educated in the field of child development.
The Rehbar foundation has been awarded for Iconic NGO of the year 2018 on 22 March by MSME. (Micro Small Medium Enterprises)
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