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MoE said ‘preponed’ for 3 days secondary schools’ final exams PAAET okays schedule for scholarships distribution

KUWAIT CITY, May 22: The Ministry of Education has preponed for three days the final exams for secondary schools, reports Al-Seyassah daily quoting reliable sources.

According to the schedule the exams for Grade 10 and Grade 11 will begin from June 11 and end on June 23, 2014. The exams were preponed because of the parliamentary by-elections which will be held on June 26 and moreover, 54 schools have been chosen in the respective constituencies where people will cast their ballots.

However, the final exams for the intermediate students are preponed for one day and are expected to begin on June 3 and end on June 10, 2014. The Minister of Education Ahmad Al-Muleifi has said the schools will reopen after the summer holidays on Aug 31 for educational and administrative staff, Sept 7 for Kindergarten and Grade 1, Sept 8 for other elementary stages and Sept 10 for the intermediate and secondary schools.

Meanwhile, the Board of Trustees has approved the basic charters for the elementary stage and the unification of the Spring Break for both the Ministry of Education, the Kuwait University and the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training which will be from Jan 11 to Jan 22 2015, and the start of the second term will be on Jan 25 next year.

Meanwhile, the Executive Committee at the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET) has approved the schedule for the distribution of scholarships for 2014/2015 in countries linked with international agreements, reports Al- Watan daily quoting sources.

This is in addition to approving as ‘rare’ nursing and school nursing specializations and giving a nod for study projects. The committee has also approved the scientific tasks regulations and guidelines for professional ethics, in addition to the creation of two centers for the improvement of curriculums — one for the Applied Education Sector and another for the Training Sector

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