Wednesday , November 22 2017

Tag Archives: students

Students expelled as prank goes wrong – 42 hurt in girls school

  KUWAIT CITY, Oct 12: Eight students were expelled from all schools under the authority of Jahra Educational Zone, and six others will be shifted to other schools in the district for staging a prank in a girls’ high school on Thursday that resulted in the suffocation of 42 students, …

Read More »

Minister’s decision on exam cheats draws mixed reactions

‘Phenomenon of buying researches ‘hits’ scientific level of students’ KUWAIT CITY, Aug 23: Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Muhammad Al-Fares’ decision to prevent students who cheated in an exam from taking the remaining examinations and considering them failed with zero marks in all subjects has drawn mixed reactions …

Read More »

Electronic tools and gadgets on sale to help examination cheats

Accomplices employing social media to sell their goods KUWAIT CITY, May 10: While secondarylevel students are preparing for their final examinations which will start on May 14, several electronic tools and gadgets are emerging on social media for sale to help students cheat during the exams. The promoters of these …

Read More »

Kuwaiti students in Britain face visa problems

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 24: Around 100 Kuwaiti students on scholarship in Britain have encountered problems due to failure to obtain a British visa on time and this might lead to their expulsion from universities because of excessive absences, reports Al-Rai daily quoting sources. Sources disclosed the problems were made worse …

Read More »

Residence visas for 226 expat scholarship students not renewed – ‘Officials’ lackluster attitude cost KD 40,000 in fines’

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 18: Maladministration and lackluster attitude of officials of Kuwait National Committee of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and Ministry of Education have reportedly cost the ministry fines worth more than KD 40,000 payable to Ministry of Interior. According to an informed source, the officials …

Read More »

Students from GCC studying in US facing ‘growing’ problems

KUWAIT CITY, March 25: The GCC students in general and the Kuwaitis and the Saudis in particular studying in US universities are facing growing problems especially those studying at the University of Idaho, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting from the New York Times, a US newspaper. This has left behind a …

Read More »

MoE authorities alerted after error found in students’ tablet – ‘Probe those responsible for blunder’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 19: Concerned sectors in the Ministry of Education were mobilized after an error was detected in the students’ tablet on a lesson note for Islamic Education regarding prerequisites of selecting an Imam to lead a group prayer. The issue was referred for investigation to identify those responsible, …

Read More »

Major rise seen in violence among intermediate students – Wrong act leads to destruction of future: official

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 13, (KUNA): Violence in schools in Kuwait has significantly increased in recent years, particularly in intermediate schools, an education official said Thursday. Students under 18-year-old constantly commit physical and verbal abuses against their peers to impose their wills or opinions, Khaled Al- Deqbasi, director of Abdullah bin …

Read More »

Parents should hold responsibility over students’ violent tendencies

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 12, (KUNA): Violence has recently spread at alarming rates, particularly among the youth, a phenomenon that warrants firm action on part, in particular, the parents, and the country’s competent authorities. Studies and official statistics affirm that various forms of violence, particularly among the youngsters, has noticeably mounted …

Read More »

FBI, Justice Department probe violent US school arrest

The FBI and the US Justice Department said Tuesday they had opened a civil rights investigation into the violent arrest of a black female high school student by a white police officer, footage of which has gone viral and sparked outrage. The incident in South Carolina comes amid a heightened …

Read More »
Translate »