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Sudden inspections to be held in private schools

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 11: General Department for Private Education at Ministry of Education is planning to form an educational committee to conduct sudden inspections in private schools and take legal actions against the violating schools, reports Al-Rai daily quoting an educational source.

He explained that the committee members include employees from various departments headed by the Legal Affairs Department. The main task of the committee is conduct field visits to all the private schools.

The committee will be entitled to conduct sudden inspections at any time. The tasks of the committee aim to follow up the observations detected and monitored by the department in the previous phase in some schools and led those schools to be referred to the Legal Affairs Department for investigations and issuance of adequate penalties.

Many schools are committed to following the ministry’s procedures in matters related to service, fees and nature of the school building. Also, the source said nearly 85 percent of the schools have recently covered their assembly yards with high-quality shades.

Meanwhile,the Financial Stability Court has refused to list Dar Investment Company under the Financial Stability Enhancement Law, reports Al-Rai daily quoting sources. Sources disclosed the court rejected the layout submitted by the company to provide legal protection for carrying out the restructuring plan, which was rejected by the Central Bank of Kuwait and a large number of the company’s creditors – banks and investors. Dar is the first company under the Financial Stability Law in 2010, separated from it in 2015, and then reapplied in 2016

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