Of the 25 Indian schools inspected, two were ranked ‘outstanding’, 8 marked ‘good’, 13 ranked ‘acceptable’ and 2 marked ‘unsatisfactory’.
Four new Indian schools, which were opened in 2013, were not inspected, informed the Dubai School Inspection Bureau (DSIB).
GEMS Modern Academy and The Indian High School remained at the top of the list as ‘outstanding’ schools, while Crescent English School and Gulf Model School were at the bottom with ‘unsatisfactory’.
Most students in Indian curriculum schools follow the CBSE (Central Board for Secondary Education) curriculum. A few schools offer CBSE-I (Central Board for Secondary Education – International curriculum) in a few grades. A limited number offer the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE).
Of the two Pakistani schools, Pakistan Educational Academy was ranked ‘acceptable’ and HH Shaikh Rashid Al Maktoum Pakistani School-Dubai ranked ‘unsatisfactory’.
One Pakistani school, which ranked ‘unsatisfactory’ for the last five years, was closed down at the end of the last academic year.
Students in Pakistani schools follow the National Curriculum of Pakistan.
source: http://www.emirates247.com/news/the-bes ... 7-1.539801