Available seats in four Indian schools | Tweeted Indian Embassy on 19-Apr-2019

Available seats in four Indian schools – Tweeted Indian Embassy on 19th April

On 19th of April, Indian Embassy on its Twitter posted that – As per our information, the number of seats available in various Indian schools in Doha as on date is as below:

https://twitter.com/IndEmbDoha/status/1119203021903286272

This information was published on 19th April 2019. Availability of seats could have changed now as many parents are looking for admissions are approaching schools every day.QatarIndians.com team did not verify the number of seats available in any of these schools. We request the parents to contact the schools directly and also get the updated information about the available seats

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As per the listed tweeted by Indian embassy, it shows 164 seats available for KG-1 and also 98 seats in KG 2 respectively. KG 1 & KG 2 seats are available in Scholars International School (100), Loyola International School (112) and Olive International School (50).

Loyola International School also has 231 seats available from grades 1 to 6.

Noble International School has 12 seats available in Grade 11 – Commerce group. Also they have 1 seat in Grade 7 and 10 seats in Grade 8.

Olive International School also has 28 seats from Grade 3 to 7. Also it has got 5 seats in Grade 9.

No seats are available in Scholars International other than the seats mentioned above in KG 1 & KG 2.

Loyola International School

Noble International School

The Scholars’ International School

Olive International School

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Document Attestation – You can do it at Indian Cultural Centre Qatar from 6th Apr 2019

Document Attestation Services – You can do it at Indian Cultural Centre Qatar from 6th Apr 2019

Good news for the Indians living in Qatar. From 6th of April you can submit documents for attestation at the Indian Cultural Center (ICC) Qatar. Earlier, people who have to do document attestation had to go to the Indian embassy at the West Bay area.

This service at ICC Qatar will begin from Saturday (April 6, 2019) and will continue on every Saturday between 0900 to 1200 hrs until further notice.

This notification was announced by the Embassy of India Doha, Qatar on its Twitter handle @IndEmbDoha on 1st of April.

About ICC Qatar:

(Click here for location – ICC Qatar, Abu Hamour)

Indian Cultural Centre is the apex body of Indian expatriate community functioning under the patronage of Embassy of India for the purpose of advancement of social, and cultural activities of the Indian community in Qatar. ICC is also the platform to serve the interest of almost 600,000 Indians residing in Qatar. This Cultural body is also committed to promote the rich Indian culture among Qatari nationals and expatriate communities of all other nationalities living in Qatar. It also functions to support the Indian Embassy to strengthen the deep-rooted Indo-Qatar friendship and cultural relationship.

The consular desk at ICC offers the following services:

• Application for New Passport
• Passport Renewal
• Attestation of Birth Certificates (issued & attested by Govt. Organizations in
• India & Qatar)
• Other Miscellaneous Services.

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The Indian Embassy in Qatar has issued an alert – Beware of calls from fraudsters claiming as Embassy Officials

The Indian Embassy in Qatar has issued an alert to all the Indian expats living in Qatar against calls from fraudsters claiming themselves as Embassy officials.

In recent times it has noted and reported by some expats that fraudsters masquerading as Embassy Officials calling Indian expats. They are asking for details such as Passport Number, Bank Account Details and also other personal details. People should beware of such spoof calls and should not disclose any personal details.

Alerts/Announcements: Beware of spoof call masquerading as Embassy Officials. Do not disclose any personal details such as your Passport number, bank account number, etc. Kindly report to us at 44255777 or email us at [email protected] if you receive such a call” – Posted in a recent tweet from The Indian Embassy Qatar twitter account.

The Indian Embassy in Qatar has also requested people to report such calls as soon as they receive them. You can report such calls to the Indian Embassy at 4425577 or email at [email protected]

“We’ve come to know that people were getting calls asking to pay money or face problem with their passports,” “This is a global phenomenon and we’ve received several complaints from expatriates,” – an embassy official was quoted as saying by The Peninsula.

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Indian Cultural Centre now takes Passport application for minors and newborn

The passport applications of newborn and minor children were accepted only at the Indian Embassy in West Bay until now. In a recent update announced by Indian Embassy in Qatar, From 12th March 2019 Indian Cultural Centre (ICC) accepts applications for newborn and minor children.

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Indian Cultural Centre now takes Passport application for minors and newborn

Indian Cultural Centre now takes Passport application for minors and newborn – Indian Embassy

The passport applications of newborn and minor children were accepted only at the Indian Embassy in West Bay until now. In a recent update announced by Indian Embassy in Qatar, From 12th March 2019 Indian Cultural Centre (ICC) accepts applications for newborn and minor children.

Indian Embassy in Qatar Tweet on 11th March says “The passport applications of newborn and minor children will henceforth be accepted at Indian Cultural Centre (ICC) also” w.e.f. March 12, 2019.

The Indian community in Qatar welcomes this move as this will help parents who are applying for minor and newborn passports. This will save time and also more convenient.

Welcoming the move, ICC president AP Manikantan said it would help community members in a big way. “Until now, parents had to go to the embassy to apply for passports for their minor children or newborns. This facility will help them complete the formalities at ICC and avoid going all the way to West Bay,” he was quoted as saying by Gulf Times.

Indian Embassy is located in West Bay, whereas The ICC is located off E-Ring Road in Abu Hamour (click here to find location). Many people will find it more easy to drive to ICC than visiting the Indian Embassy at West Bay.

When it comes to timings, The ICC has more flexible timings than the Indian embassy. Besides the timings, ICC provides consular services throughout the week. Whereas Indian Embassy does not provide consular services on weekends (Friday and Saturday)

Consular Services timings at Indian Embassy:

  • Sunday to Thursday: 9.15 am to 12.15 pm & 4 pm to 5.15 pm

Consular Services timings at ICC:

  • Saturday to Thursday: 9 am to 12 noon & 4 pm to 9 pm
  • Friday: 8.30 am to 11 am & 4 pm to 9 pm

QatarIndians.com team on behalf of all the Indians living in Qatar thank Indian Embassy and everyone who is behind this move.

Also, Read Advisory for all Indians with ECNR Passports visiting Qatar to register on www.emigrate.gov.in

 

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