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MoE considering to push forward dates of examination for all levels

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 31: Ministry of Education has been considering the possibility of pushing forward the dates of examinations for the first and second semesters for all educational levels such that there will be a gap of two days between the end of the examinations of each level, reports Al-Anba …

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MoE sets exam, vacation dates for private schools for 2018/’19

Registration for new students to start April 1 KUWAIT CITY, Oct 29: Undersecretary of Ministry of Education Yousef Al-Najjar has announced the examination dates and vacation timetable for private schools for the 2018/2019 academic year. He explained that the first semester examinations for grade 5 elementary students and intermediate students …

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MoE to issue explanatory memo about exam malpractice decree

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 28: Ministry of Education intends to issue an explanatory memo concerning the decree on malpractice during examinations, reports Al-Rai daily. The explanatory memo is aimed at standardizing the enforcement of regulations in the decree especially for the articles that can be interpreted in different ways. It is …

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MP Safa warns on high rate of failure in board exams

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 6: MP Safa’a Al-Hashim has warned Minister of Health Dr Bassel Al-Sabah about the violations of Kuwait Institute for Medical Specializations (KIMS) and the high rate of failure in “board exams”, reports Aljarida daily. In a press statement, MP Al- Hashim indicated that she has information about …

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Cop caught cheating high school exams

KUWAIT CITY, June 21: A policeman working for the Criminal Investigation Department has been arrested and referred to the Waha Police Station for verbally insulting and attempting to beat a Kuwaiti teacher, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily said, this happened when the suspect who is answering a high school exam, …

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Ministry ‘clampdown’ on cheating proves success

Percentage rate sees sharp dive KUWAIT CITY, June 11: The Ministry of Education through the recent decisions has succeeded in the war of correcting examination trend and clamped down on ‘easy ride to success’ while curbing the phenomenon of cheating witnessed in public secondary schools, especially Grade 12, reports Al-Qabas …

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Court dismisses cheating students case – ‘Hardworkers rights trampled’

KUWAIT CITY, June 5: The Administrative Court Monday dismissed the urgent application of six lawsuits filed by students who were deprived from sitting for all their high school examinations after they were caught cheating. Guardians and parents of the cheating students had filed the urgent application, suing Minister of Education …

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Ministry will not tolerate any attack on teachers, students

‘Legal action eyed against those proven to have perpetrated’ KUWAIT CITY, May 30: Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Hamid Al-Azmi stressed that the ministry will not tolerate any attack on teachers or students, affirming that necessary legal action will be taken against those proven to have perpetuated such …

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Principal, teacher attacked as exam cheaters turn wild – ‘Zero tolerance for culprits’

KUWAIT CITY, May 29: For the second day in a row, the series of attacks and assaults over cases of malpractices during the secondary-level examinations continue, reports Al-Rai daily. According to a source from the educational sector, a student in Ahmadi area attacked the principal of a school by punching …

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Students react violently against measures taken to curb cheating

Study ongoing to hike teaching hours KUWAIT CITY, May 28: It seems Ministry of Education has started reaping the fruits and paying the price for its efforts in preventing malpractice during examinations and coping with the growing anger and resentment of the “cheating” students, reports Al-Rai daily. According to an …

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