Global Ethics Day 2018 - CPS. Oman

Events at the Capital Private School Oman

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Comment by Dr J F Thomas on October 17, 2018 at 3:24am

The Capital Private School in Muscat is committed to instill in students consciousness of value centered living, and ethical practice. The school's motto is "Educate, Empower, Excel". In consonance with such a noble motto the school endeavors to expose the students to larger ethical issues that impact upon the future.

The school's participation in this year's Global Ethics Day marks a beginning of a journey for the students toward achievement of the goals of ethical, and value centered life. This school is the first from the GCC  region of the Middle East to participate in the Global Ethics Day celebrations 2018.

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