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We have established strict admission policies and procedures to ensure that all requests are treated equally by our admissions committee. Our ultimate goal at the New Indian School is to ensure that that students are appropriately placed and that they benefit fully from the educational programs offered at our school.

The New Indian School is strongly committed to inclusive education. We are highly dedicated to providing appropriate support all students, including Students of Determination, gifted/talented students, as well as Native English language speakers. Our staff is committed to educating all students in an academic environment that fosters a sense of acceptance, safety, autonomy, and growth.

Registration & Admission Rules

Registration for admission to the new academic year for all grades commences on the 15th of January each year.

At the time of registration/admission the following documents are required:

  • The Ministry of Education/Education Bureau of the country.
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • The Embassy/Consulate of the U.A.E. where the certificate was obtained from.

Admissions can be given only upon submission of the required documents, duly attested as mentioned below:

For students coming from India or any other country outside the Gulf:

The Transfer Certificate must be attested by the District Education Officer in India or Equivalent/relevant Authority (in the country the applicant is coming from); the Indian Consulate in Dubai/Consulate of the country the applicant is coming from; and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sharjah. KG1, KG2 & Grade 1 new admissions are required to submit the same if admitted after the 31st of March.

The result must have the school stamp and the principal’s signature on the original.

For students coming from Gulf countries other than the U.A.E.:

The Transfer Certificate and Result should be attested by the Ministry of Education of that country.

Students coming from within the U.A.E.:

The original Transfer Certificate/School Leaving Certificate (Arabic) of the school last attended, duly attested by the Ministry of Education/KHDA (Dubai) & ADEK (Abu Dhabi) and the result of the previous grade, with the school stamp and principal’s signature.


The school undertakes age-related screening and assessments to determine the right placement of an applicant. The screening and assessment of a student will be determined by the admission team. This is a necessary step along the path of completing the registration process for New Indian School, Ras Al Khaimah. Once this step has been completed, a student may be offered a seat, placed on the waiting list, or denied.


In order to meet the age requirements of the admission policy for New Indian School, Ras Al Khaimah. A student must have turned the age listed next to the grade level by the beginning of the Academic Year.
1 6-7
2 7-8
3 8-9
4 9-10
5 10-11
6 11-12
7 12-13
8 13-14
9 14-15
10 15-16
11 16-17
12 17-18

Grade Placement

New Indian School seeks to determine the most appropriate grade placement for each student based on his or her age, as well as academic, social, and emotional development within policy guidelines. For this reason, new students may be required to complete an appropriate level assessment to determine placement and fit.


All new students must provide official documentation of previous school experience, report card, and test scores. All documents provided must be in English. Transfer Certificates from abroad should be attested by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the country of school’s origin and the UAE embassy.


Please submit the requested documents listed below to the Registrar:

Please submit the requested documents listed below to the Registrar:
After completing Steps 1 – 3, you will be able to submit documents and pay the registration fee at the school, located near to the Fathima bint Mohammed school hamraniyah. Telephone: 07- 2229993