Tripoli, 23 September 2013:
Tripoli’s Indian Community School reopened for the first time since the revolution yesterday in a new location in . . .[restrict]Suq Assabea, near the Ghazwai Badr Mosque.
There are 31 children registered so far, covering 1st to 5th standard levels (grades) covering 6 to 10 years of age. Standards 6 to 12 will be added as and when there are more children of the age groups. The school is open to Libyan and other nationality students and as well as Indians.
The school has four teachers at present.
The reopening by the school’s governor P.N. Somarajan was attended by the Indian Ambassador, Anil Trigunayat, accompanied by his wife as well as members of the Indian community in Tripoli. The Ambassador said that the school would have whatever help possible from his embassy but appealed to the Indian community to help the School Managing Committee in running the school successfully given that it is self-funded. [/restrict]