DMIS

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AcronymDefinition
DMISDevelopmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (framework)
DMISDisaster Management Information System (FEMA)
DMISData Management Information System (various organizations)
DMISDaniel Moret Info Service (Swiss computer repair company)
DMISDenver Montclair International School (Denver, CO)
DMISDépartement de Méthodologie de l'Information de Santé du Pôle Santé Publique (French: Methodology of the Department of Health Information of the Public Health Sector)
DMISDimensional Measurement Interface Standard
DMISDisaster Management Interoperability Service
DMISDiagnostic Medical Imaging Sonography
DMISDefense Medical Information System
DMISDimensional Measurement Interface Specification
DMISDoha Modern Indian School (Qatar)
DMISDepartment of Management Information Systems
DMISDonnelly Mast Information Systems (Belfast)
DMISDuns Marketing Identification System
DMISDirective Management Information System
DMISDirector, Management Information Systems
DMISDigital Mapping Interface System (various companies)
DMISDepot Maintenance Interservice Study
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Students from 10 prominent schools in Qatar including Bhavans Public School, Delhi Public School-MIS, Doha Modern Indian School, MES Indian School, Shantiniketan Indian School, Ideal Indian School, Birla Public School, Noble International School, Pearl School and Olive International School, participated in two categories -- Juniors (Class VII, VIII and IX) and Seniors (Class X, XI and XII).
For the Environmental Health category, the awards were presented to 6 schools, Al-Ahnaf Bin Qais Independent School for the Environmental Health, a great wealth project, Pakistan International School Qatar for the Green House project, Shantiniketan Indian School for the Save Greenery project, Doha Modern Indian School for the Go Green and Save Nature project, Philippine International School Qatar High School for the Sustainability @PISQ project and Stafford Sri Lankan School Doha for the Keep the planet CLEAN, by going GREEN project.
The other participant schools of the tournament, included Doha Modern Indian school, DPS Modern Indian School, Loyola International School, Noble International School and Greenwood International School.
Daksha Shetty from Birla Public School won first prize in the 9 to 12 year old category for her 'Save Our Planet' inspired drawing, while second prize went to Nivedhitha Satish Kumar from Doha Modern Indian School, and the third prize went to Srinidhi Ramanathan from DPS-MIS.Winner of the five to eight year old category was named as Nathalie Abdul Rahman from the Lebanese School for her 'Recyle' inspired drawing.
Tribune News Network Doha The Indian Community Benevolent Forum (ICBF), which functions under the patronage of the Embassy of India in Qatar, conducted the 6th Hajikka Memorial English Essay Writing Contest at the Doha Modern Indian School recently in memory of late M V Abdul Khader Haji, popularly known as 'Hajikka'.
Carnegie Mellon University Qatar (CMUQ), member of Qatar Foundation, recently organised a trip for the students of Grade -- XII of Doha Modern Indian School. CMUQ admissions team welcomed the students.
For the 'Environmental Health' category, the awards were presented to six schools, Al Ahnaf Bin Qais Independent School for the 'Environmental Health, a Great Wealth' project, Pakistan International School Qatar for the 'Green House' project, Shantiniketan Indian School for the 'Save Greenery' project, Doha Modern Indian School for the 'Go Green and Save Nature' project, Philippine International School Qatar - High School for the 'Sustainability @PISQ' project and Stafford Sri Lankan School Doha for the 'Keep the planet Clean, by going Green' project.
Doha Modern Indian School recently organised a motivational session 'Watch Out -- You are in Control' for the students of Grade X and XII.
Tribune News Network Doha Doha Modern Indian School hosted an interactive session for mothers of wards with the objective of lending an insight into the different approaches used in the classrooms.
Doha Modern Indian School will have its Eid al-Fitr and summer holidays from Friday and reopen on August 29.
Doha Modern Indian School (DMIS) held its 14th Annual Sports Meet on January 24, 2019.
At Doha Modern Indian School, Nick Shaju was the Science Stream topper with 95.8% followed by Aman Sultan Haris in second position and Arya Appukkuttan and Ateeqe Mohamed Ali in third.