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New Principal for Little Rock

Published On : 09 May 2017   |  Reported By : media release


Little Rock Indian School in Brahmavar will have a new Principal from the next academic year.

The principal designate is Dr. John Thomas. He is a post graduate with PhD in English Literature from the Mysore University. He taught post-graduate classes in the University while doing his doctoral studies.

 

Subsequently he taught in international schools under the Ministry of Education in Muscat for over a decade. On returning to India Dr. John worked in university affiliated colleges under Kannur University, teaching both graduate and post-graduate courses.

 

Armed with wide-range of experience in both school and university levels, Dr. John Thomas will be guiding the destiny of the reputed school. The management and staff of Little Rock accorded him a cordial welcome recently.

Prof. Mathew C. Ninan who is stepping down from Little Rock’s Principal-ship after nearly 28 eventful years is now appointed as Director of the School. The management believes that his rich knowledge and experience should be available to the School for many more years to come.

 







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