--------- AMP -----------
Sunday , November 18 2018

Tag Archives: teachers

MoE prefers ‘hiring’ Egyptian teachers directly, not through recruiting agencies – Ministry plans to create 1,000 vacancies

KUWAIT CITY, March 10: Undersecretary of Ministry of Education Dr Haitham Al-Atari revealed that the ministry will not recruit Egyptian teachers through recruitment agencies as it prefers recruiting them directly in order to avoid extra financial loads, reports Al-Rai daily. He said this in response to the call made in …

Read More »

18 teachers held from private kindergarten schools

KUWAIT CITY, March 9: Officials from General Department for Residency Affairs arrested 18 employees of a private kindergarten schools because they violated the residency law and were not authorized to practice the teaching profession. According to a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, when the department received a tip-off …

Read More »

MoE ponders hike in expats salaries – Ministry demands teachers

KUWAIT CITY, March 8: The Ministry of Education (MoE) is studying the possibility of increasing the salaries of non-Kuwaiti social and psychological researchers. Sources disclosed these researchers have been asking for increment since the beginning of the month, indicating the ministry promised to look into their demand and grant it …

Read More »

‘Current budget not sufficient to pay housing grants for expat teachers’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 17: Assistant Undersecretary for Financial Affairs at Ministry of Education Yousef Al-Najjar says the current budget of the ministry is not sufficient to pay housing allowances for female expatriate teachers, even though the Civil Service Commission had recently approved the provision of KD 150 monthly housing allowance …

Read More »

Legislators hit plan to raise pay of expat teachers, housing allowance – MPs object to cuts in support for medical treatment abroad

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 16: MP Talal Al-Jalal has outrightly rejected the plan of Finance Minister and acting Minister of Oil Anas Al-Saleh to increase the salaries of expatriate teachers at a time the government is planning to lift subsidies and reduce financial support for Kuwaitis undergoing treatment in other countries …

Read More »

No intention to address concerned authorities on suspension of bonus to teachers

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 6: Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Bader Al-Essa said the ministry has no intention to address the concerned authorities on the suspension of the disbursement of excellent job performance incentive for teachers in the coming years in line with the policy on rationalizing public expenditures, …

Read More »

Plan to retire KG-level teachers & admin staff – ‘30 years in service face axe’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 5: Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Bader Al- Essa indicated about a plan to refer for retirement the teaching and administrative staff members of kindergarten level, who completed 30 years in service, in order to relieve the ministry of the excess number of female teachers …

Read More »

MoE accepting applications from interested male, female teachers

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 15: Ministry of Education Thursday started receiving applications from interested male and female teachers who desire to join the teaching staff of the ministry for 2016/2017 academic year. According to the Director of Human Resources Affairs Saud Al-Juwaiser, the administrative sector of the ministry considers the stipulated …

Read More »

‘Decision on termination of teachers to be enforced from next academic yr’

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 8: Assistant Undersecretary of Public Education Affairs at Ministry of Education Fatmah Al-Kandari says the decision to lay off 25 percent of expatriate teachers and replace them with Kuwaiti, GCC and Bedoun teachers will be enforced from the next academic year, provided those who are being laid …

Read More »

Plans to cut number of expat teachers by 25 pc

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 29: Assistant Undersecretary for Public Education at the Ministry of Education Fatima Al- Kandari has unveiled the ministry’s plan to reduce the number of expatriate teachers by 25 percent; especially those whose fields of specialization are available among Kuwaiti, GCC and Bedoun teachers like the Social Studies …

Read More »
Translate »