Education Ministry confirms 18,000 employees upload certificates on time

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Kuwait’s Ministry of Education building.

KUWAIT CITY, May 19: In a recent move to ensure compliance, the Ministry of Education has mandated that all employees upload their academic certificates beyond high school within a one-week deadline. According to senior educational sources, 18,000 employees have successfully submitted their qualifications through the Ministry’s designated website before the deadline expired, as communicated via the government’s “Sahel” program.

However, 19,000 employees have yet to comply, and the Ministry has warned of impending legal actions against them. In a recent circular, the Ministry emphasized its commitment to enforcing this requirement, hinting at possible salary suspensions for those who fail to submit their documents.

The Ministry’s focus on verifying academic credentials is a serious effort, with dedicated administrative sector employees assigned to monitor compliance. In collaboration with the Ministry of Higher Education, they aim to authenticate the certificates and investigate their acquisition processes, ensuring the integrity of the educational qualifications within the Ministry.

The initiative highlights the Ministry of Education’s ongoing commitment to maintaining a qualified and transparent workforce, holding its employees accountable for their academic credentials.

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