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No plan to trim curricula

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KUWAIT CITY, April 19: The Ministry of Education has denied the rumor that about 25 percent of the schools’ curricula will be cancelled; asserting it is keen on ensuring the curricula include cultural, educational, social, religious, artistic, scientific and other subjects for the holistic growth of students through the acquisition of vast knowledge and raising awareness on various issues, reports Al-Jarida daily. In view of the above, the ministry has adopted a full 60-minute study period under the two-group system. The curricula have been distributed in accordance with this study period.

The curricula and the distribution of lessons were not affected; taking into account the focus on basic concepts and their description during the distribution in order to put them in the field and fully benefit from the study period by compensating for the educational loss and linking the lessons.

Meanwhile, Director General of the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) Ahmad Al-Mousa has confirmed completion of the auditing of the job performance evaluation in all sectors of the authority, indicating the excellent performance bonus will be deposited into the eligible employees’ accounts soon, reports Al-Seyassah daily.

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