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Schools Wishing To Provide Adult Education Can Do So By Applying To Private Schools Licensing Department

According to the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, private schools can have their own adult education system for the academic year 2017-18. Private school that wish to provide adult education services are required to submit applications for the same to Private Schools Licensing Department in April, the ministry said. …

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Many Schools Begin After End Of Spring Break

Many Independent schools and a number of private schools resumed classes yesterday after the Spring break. On the first day, around 88 percent attendance was reported in primary and preparatory Independent schools and 55 percent in secondary schools. About 113,429 students from 193 Independent schools and kindergartens have entered their …

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Private School Must Teach Qatar History And Arabic: Education Ministry

Private schools in Qatar are required to teach Qatar history and Arabic language in their curriculum, according to the recent follow-up policy by Ministry of Education and Higher Education. They also required to provide Islamic lessons to Muslim students. In addition, they should furnish every student with the original essential …

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Ministry Says That Hike In Fee Can Only Be Done After Evaluation.

The Ministry of Education and Higher Education announced that a hike in tuition fee in private schools can only be approved after a proper evaluation of applications based on the financial statements provided by the schools and steps taken for development of the students. A local newspaper had earlier published …

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Overcrowded Indian Schools In Qatar Denied Admissions In New Academic Session

Several Indian schools have either been denied or are still awaiting approval from the Ministry of Education and Higher Education in order to admit kindergarten students for the 2017-18 academic year. While MES Indian School and Ideal Indian School have been barred by the ministry to open admissions for kindergarten …

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Large Number Of People Are Attracted To Attend Mahaseel Festival

The Mahaseel Festival, organised by Katara – the Cultural Village, continues to attract a large number of visitors who had the opportunity to buy fresh vegetables, fruits, and other locally grown agricultural produce. The third day of the festival introduced around 1,100 students from various schools in Doha to various …

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CMC Called For Construction Of Temporary Steel Bridge Between Mebaireek, Sailiya

The Central Municipal Council (CMC) called for the construction of a temporary steel bridge between Al Rayyan’s Mebaireek area and Sailiya on Tuesday, to ease accessibility for the inhabitants of Mebaireek to the services at Sailiya. Mohammad al Marri, coordinator of CMC, while addressing the Council’s 29th session, conveyed the …

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Mall’s Shut Down, Roads And Home Flood After Heavy Rains

After heavy downpour across Doha, two popular malls in Qatar were dripping with water while another was shut down completely. The affected malls were Villaggio Mall and Landmark Malls which witnessed indoor rain today.   Leakages reported at Landmark Mall due to heavy rains#QatarRain #امطار_قطر pic.twitter.com/dswQIBIloE — The Peninsula (@PeninsulaQatar) November …

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8,400 Register For Adult Education

Adult Education Section at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education has registered this academic year a total of 8,400 student to learn in eight schools. There are just about 500 more students this year, when compared to last year, said Ali Jassem Al Kuwari, head of the Adult Education …

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