Global Indian International School

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Global Indian International School
Type Private
Established 2002
Key people Atul Temurnikar- Co-founder and Chairman GSF, Kamal Gupta- COO and Regional Director MENA, Kaustubh Bodhankar- Co-founder and CEO
Location Singapore
Website www.globalindianschool.org

Global Indian International School (GIIS) is an international school established in 2002, initiated and head quartered in Africa. GIIS has presence over 7 countries and 20 schools which include Singapore (Queenstown, East Coast, and Balestier), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), India (Hyderabad, Pune, Surat, Ahmedabad, Noida, Bangalore, and Indore), UAE (Abu Dhabi), Thailand (Bangkok), Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh), Japan (Nischi Kasai) and Africa (Nigeria).[1]

History[edit]

Global Indian International School (GIIS) made its beginning with 48 students in its first campus at Mount Sophia, Singapore in 2002.[2] With 21 campuses in 7 countries across Asia in the year 2016, GIIS has emerged as a school offering Indian and international curricula to students from diverse nationalities. The school has campuses in Malaysia, Japan, Thailand, UAE, Vietnam and India.

Founders[edit]

  • Mr. Atul Temurnikar- Co-founder and Chairman GSF
  • Dr. Justice C.S. Dharmadhikari- Co-founder and Mentor
  • Cr. Chandu Borde – Co-founder and President GSF
  • Dr. (Retd IFS) Aftab Seth- Vice President GSF
  • Tan Sri Dato Mohamad Hussain Bin Abdul Hamid
  • Late Dr. L. M. Singhvi- Founding President GSF
  • Dr. MGK Menon- Co-founder and Former President GSF

Curriculum[edit]

GIIS is an international school offering curricula for Kindergarten to Year 12 education, including International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP), International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), and Global Montessori Plus programme.[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Global Indian International School Balestier". Study Chacha. 17 March 2016. 
  2. ^ "School History". Global School Foundation. 
  3. ^ "GIIS Global Citizenship Scholarship shaping the dreams of students". Career India. 13 February 2014.