The annual inspection results of Indian and Pakistani curriculum schools in Dubai are out.
Four of them have managed to improve their rating from "Good" to "Very Good" this year.
They include GEMS New Millenium, JSS International, JSS Private and Ambassador.
Eleven schools have been rated "Good".
They include Amled School. Credence High School, GEMS Heritage Indian School, Our Own High School, The Indian High School - Garhoud, Springdales School, Bilva Indian School, the Kindergarten Starters, GEMS Our Own Indian School, The Indian Academy, and Primus Private School.
This year, the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) took to Twitter to reveal the inspection report.
The full report will be available on the KHDA website on Thursday, their spokesperson added.
The next school to improve this year is JSS International! Well done! 👏🏻👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/VzHNTns65s— KHDA (@KHDA) January 14, 2020
Next school that improved from Good to Very Good this year is Ambassador School, whose commitment to supporting students of determination impressed the inspectors. Congratulations! pic.twitter.com/mA5YkY1i1A— KHDA (@KHDA) January 14, 2020
Further details are awaited.