Four Indian, Pakistani schools in Dubai saw ratings improve to ‘very good’ by regulator KHDA

A total of 11 schools were rated ‘good’ this year

Dubai’s education regulator, Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), announced the inspection results for Indian and Pakistani curriculum schools.

The rating of four schools improved from ‘good’ to ‘very good’ this year.


GEMS New Millenium School upped its rating to ‘very good’.

JSS Private School, Ambassador School and JSS International School, all three also garnered a rating of ‘very good’ from KHDA.

Meanwhile, 11 schools received a ‘good’ rating this year.

Amled School, Credence High School, GEMS Heritage Indian School and Our Own High School received a ‘good’ rating from the education regulator.

On its official Twitter account, KHDA also congratulated GEMS Our Own Indian School, The Indian Academy and Primus Private School, among others, all of which were rated ‘good’ this year.

KHDA is in its 12th year of private school inspections.

In September last year, the regulator announced that private schools in Dubai would experience changes in the way they were inspected, in terms of following new guidelines. Schools rated ‘outstanding’ or ‘very good’ in previous inspection cycles would now receive review-visits ensuring the schools are committed to offering high-quality education, according to the company website.