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Al-Ibadah Indian School in Peddapalli Achieves CBSE Accreditation

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In a notable accomplishment, the Al-Ibadah Indian School in Peddapalli, Udupi, has been granted CBSE accreditation by the Government of India. Established in 2013 under the management of Zayed Academy by Hammad Bashir Idinabba and Abdul Latif Madani, the school has gained recognition for its modern amenities and high-quality education.


Abdul Latif Madani, the Secretary and Administrative Director, expressed joy at the accreditation, viewing it as a reflection of the institution’s unwavering commitment to educational excellence. Catering to a diverse student body of over 500 pupils ranging from LKG to 9th standard, the school attracts students from areas spanning Kapu, Shirva to Kundapur.

Safety measures are prioritized, with the installation of CCTV cameras both inside and outside the premises, along with essential facilities such as lifts and fire safety protocols. With a commendable staff ratio comprising 38 teachers and 30 non-teaching staff members, the school ensures a nurturing environment for learning.

Hammad Bashir Idinabba, Chairman of Zayed Academy, underscores the holistic development of students, integrating moral studies with creative and innovative curricula. Emphasizing sports and scientific education, the school provides well-equipped science laboratories and computer labs.

The CBSE accreditation underscores the institution’s dedication to delivering comprehensive education and advanced facilities to the community. Admissions are open from LKG to 9th standard, promising a fulfilling educational journey for aspiring students.

For further insights into the school’s ethos and facilities, interested individuals can access videos via the link: Al-Ibad Indian School Videos

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