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Dubai: The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), the educational quality assurance and regulatory authority of the Government of Dubai, has announced the inspection results for Indian and Pakistani curriculum schools.

Four schools improved their rating from "Good" to "Very Good" this year.

See which schools improved their ratings. (More details to follow).

Very good rating

GEMS New Millenium School bumped up its rating to 'Very Good', as did Ambassador School, JSS Private School and JSS International School as well received a rating of 'Very Good' from KHDA.

Good rating

According to KHDA, this year 11 schools were rated 'Good'. First school to be revealed by KHDA for the Good rating was Amled School. Credence High School, GEMS Heritage Indian School, Our Own High School, The Indian High School - Garhoud, Springdales School, Bilva Indian School, the Kindergarten Starters, GEMS Our Own Indian School, The Indian Academy, Primus Private School also received a rating of 'Good' from the KHDA.

More details to follow

A KHDA spokesperson noted Dubai's private schools will receive their latest inspection ratings on the KHDA twitter handle. The Indian & Pakistani schools key findings report is expected to be released tomorrow, January 16.