The Governing Council (the “Council”) at the Indus World Schools in India is made up of people with a wide range of experience and expertise including education, public policy, banking, medicine, law, accounting, business, and engineering. The members of the Governing Council have been drawn from a wide cross-section of the community, in order to provide the best possible leadership in executing the Schools’ vision, mission and values.
The Governing Council has three main areas of responsibility:
The Council determines the school's objectives and ensures that those objectives are appropriately achieved.
The Council sets the budget for each year and makes certain that the schools operate within its fiscal limits. The Council is also responsible for the proper management of School’s funds.
Appointment of the Head of School
The Council delegates all administrative functions to the Head of each Indus World School.
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Indus World School (IWS) is a child friendly, parent enabled and career focused chain of schools. With 11 campuses across 4 states, it enables students to grow into grounded.