The Sabari Group is a conglomerate with a glorious history of three decades in diverse fields, such as, Distribution, Marketing, Construction and Hospitality.
The Sabari Group has ventured into the world of education with a futuristic objective of enlightening and empowering young minds, and has begun operations with a one-of-a-kind school in Dubai. It envisages setting up more such educational Institutions and an International University in the near future.
Mr. K.R.V. Ramani, the young and dynamic Chairman and Managing Director of the Sabari Group, has envisioned SIS (Sabari Indian School) as an educational institution of tomorrow. Mr. Ramani's wisdom, concern and passion for education will generate immeasurable benefits for the children of Dubai and for the society at large.
SIS has embarked on its new journey with a group of intellectual minds, conscientious, diligent, highly qualified and dedicated academicians, and extraordinary managers who strive to realize the goal of making it an institution of tomorrow.
From the Managing Director’s desk…
At the outset I wish to thank the Ministry of Education and the Knowledge and Human Development Authority for providing the Sabari Group with an atmosphere extremely conducive for it to serve the cause of School Education in Dubai.
Impressive strides begin with a small step. Sabari Indian School (SIS), today a fledgling in the field of education, is all set to scale great heights, armed, as it is, with dynamic educators, who come with a collective experience of nearly sixty years in School Education.
SIS follows a futuristic curriculum, to prepare its students for the competitive spirit of International Education. The curriculum, as drafted by the directors of the School, enables Project Based Learning (PBL), because we at SIS believe in Transformative Education – education that transforms the learner into a confident, accomplished youngster in the 21st Century context.
Under the stewardship of our competent principal and a spirited team of teachers, SIS began its victory march on April 7, 2013.
With the support of discerning young parents, who wish to witness the wholesome development of their wards, and our urge to offer the best in curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, I find neither the task nor the lofty goals we have set for ourselves, daunting.
We extend our warmth and welcome you to SIS. Let us join hands to create a glorious tomorrow for our children.
With best wishes,