Plan to fix fingerprint devices in all schools

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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 23: The Central System for Remedying the Status of Illegal Residents (CSRSIR) has asked the Ministry of Education to provide the records and data of Bedoun students in Jahra Governorate who have been registered in the ministry’s records since 1960, especially in the primary and intermediate stages, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting reliable sources.

Sources revealed that CSRSIR intends to complete the automated linking process with the ministry, affirming the two parties held several meetings in this regard. Sources said the concerned sectors were assigned to implement the automated link as soon as possible. Sources added that CSRSIR also requested for the pledges of Bedoun students with expired security cards.

On the other hand, the ministry formed five teams tasked to follow up the fingerprint devices project in schools. These teams shall supervise the supply and installation of fingerprint devices in schools and religious institutes, follow up the fingerprinting process for teachers and administrative workers in public schools, receive reports and complaints, and solve problems.

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