Archive
Sudhir invests $14m in school
Publish Date: Jun 22, 2009
Newvision Archive
  • mail
  • img

By Samuel Balagadde

BUSINESSMAN Sudhir Ruparelia has invested $14m (about sh30.5b) in Kampala International School in Bukoto, a city suburb. The school, which comprises pre-primary, primary and secondary sections, is the first of its kind in Africa and is located on 14 acres of land. It has so far enrolled about 500 students and pupils.

“We have come up with a difference in education. The academic environment we have put in place in this school cannot be got elsewhere in the region and Africa in general,” Ruparelia said.

He said the classroom blocks, compound, swimming pool and other utilities were designed according to international standards for a conducive learning environment.

The statements, comments, or opinions expressed through the use of New Vision Online are those of their respective authors, who are solely responsible for them, and do not necessarily represent the views held by the staff and management of New Vision Online.

New Vision Online reserves the right to moderate, publish or delete a post without warning or consultation with the author.Find out why we moderate comments. For any questions please contact digital@newvision.co.ug

  • mail
  • img
blog comments powered by Disqus
Also In This Section
FORMER president Dr. Apollo Milton Obote has been honoured for his distinguished service to Busoga College Mwiri and the nation....
THE Ministry of Health has appealed to religious groups to counsel men to stop having extramarital sex to stem the raising rates of HIV infections....
THE Chinese community in Uganda on Tuesday celebrated their 62nd independence anniversary....
MAKERERE University has sued the National Insurance Corporation (NIC) over a sh16.7b pension savings package it claims the insurance giant owes it....
PRESIDENT Yoweri Museveni will lead the alumni of the University of Dar-es-Salaam in Uganda to a fundraising drive targeting sh1b for the Tanzania-based institution....
THE UPDF officers, dressed in neatly pressed uniforms complete with gleaming black boots, took to the podium, many accompanied by their spouses. Then, they were decorated....
Do Ugandan tycoons prepare their children to take over their business empires?
Yes
No
Can't Say
follow us
subscribe to our news letter