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Laxman Public School, Hauz Khas


Over one lakh school children drawn from over 1150 schools across India and a few neighbouring countries participated in the 2004 International Assessments for Indian Schools jointly conducted by Macmillan India and the Educational Testing Centre of the University of New South Wales, Australia. On this occasion, the premier of New South Wales, Bob Carr, and the Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of New South Wales, John Ingleson, visited Laxman Public School, Hauz Khas, to meet and interact with the students participating in the inaugural International Assessments for Indian Schools.

Speaking to the staff and students, Mr. Carr said India is the leading exporter of `brain power' and students of Indian origin are hugely represented in all competitions conducted in Australian schools and colleges.

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