Al-Barkaat Malik Muhammad Islam English School

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Al-Barkaat Malik Muhammad Islam English School
Kurla West, Mumbai - 400070.
TypePrivate School
PrincipalShagufta S. Khan
GradesClass 1-12th
AffiliationCentral Board of Secondary Education

Al-Barkaat Malik Muhammad Islam English School is a co-educational school located in Kurla, Mumbai.[1] 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.[2]


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.[2][3]


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.[3]


The Rehbar foundation has been awarded for Iconic NGO of the year 2018 on 22 March by MSME. (Micro Small Medium Enterprises)[4]

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  1. ^ "Al-Barkaat Malik Muhammad Islam English School, Kurla". schoolconnects. Retrieved 15 October 2018.
  2. ^ a b Kolhatkar, Neeta (30 March 2008). "Islam and English: Kurla residents get best of both worlds". dnaindia. Retrieved 15 October 2018.
  3. ^ a b "Al Barkaat Malik Muhammad Islam English School Kurla , Mumbai". skoolsedu. Retrieved 15 October 2018.
  4. ^ "Al-Barkaat Malik Muhammad Islam English School". Retrieved 15 October 2018.

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