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Students screened in bid to detect several diseases, including anaemia, obesity, and stunted growth
All precautionary measures against COVID-19 were in place during initiative
In an audio message, a man identifying himself as Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau claimed that the group is “behind what happened in Katsina.”
Egypt to apply cumulative secondary school system from next academic year
Students were screened in a bid to detect several diseases, including anaemia, obesity, and stunted growth
Annual Fair aims to support students’ ability for critical thinking, says university president
During the celebration, Orange presented tablets to the top students with the aim of motivating them to use digital technology during this important stage of their academic life.
During his participation at a Canadian-Egyptian Business Council (CEBC) meeting, on Tuesday, Shawky reviewed Egypt’s education development plan. He outlined that his ministry is carrying out a variety of plans to modify the curriculum in a way that develops critical thinking among students, in a move away from their studying just to pass exams.
The honoured students included those in the preparatory stage, as well as at high school, alongside visually impaired and technical diploma students.
EST was put in place after US-based College Board, which sets SAT exams, announced their suspension in Egypt until June 2021
As part of the precautionary measures for the upcoming academic year, students at theory-based faculties will attend classes for two or three days weekly while students at practical colleges will attend for three or four days weekly.
Recent changes in country’s education system fed into easier implementation of study-from-home measures during COVID-19 period, says Tarek Shawky
SAT will halt until exams are changed from current paper-based system to electronic system, which will take 18 months, says Tarek Shawky
New fines will be applied from start of 2021/2022 academic year
The Ministry of Education held, on Saturday, an urgent virtual meeting with the heads of exam committees across the country, as well as members of the Central Operations Room overseeing the examinations.
“Halawa Gowa wa Barra” (Beauty Inside and Outside) campaign focuses on the lack of good personal hygiene practices, especially among working class people
Campaign tries to help parents detect symptoms and early signs of hearing impairment in their infants
Wicker handicrafts make use of one of Egypt’s heritage handicrafts whilst using environmentally friendly and locally available resources
The project also emphasises all aspects of the long-term consequences for everyone involved, including the victim, the wider family, as well as to the abuser.
Darsini is matching the latest learning requirements, helping families avoid overspending, and address the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on education.
Research papers can be submitted by hand or electronically, says Ministry of Education
The student campaign, entitled “Earafny” (Know Me) aims at raising awareness on autism, whilst also emphasising the rights of affected children.
“Today, we’re announcing two new resources to help teachers and students stay connected,” Google said.
On the other hand, the MCIT is awaiting a list of educational sites for school and university students to send to telecommunications companies to make their browsing free of charge.
Najaf police chief Brigadier General Ghanem al-Husseini said, “The safety of the demonstrators is our first concern, and it’s our national and humanitarian duty to protect them with our lives and blood,” the Iraqi News Agency reported.
Ministry of Education does not tolerate attempts to cheat or disrupt system during exams
Professor asked students to take off trousers in to get full grade
The Ministry of Education announced on Monday that online trial exams for the first secondary stage have been halted after students from all over the country complained about the lagging server. Students were supposed to take a biology exam via an online server where they would use their electronic tablets to answer the questions. However, …
Aim is to access digital knowledge bank outside schools, students to perform online exams
“I believe it is small victory that we should appreciate. Al-Tayeb saved students’ educational futures,” says El-Saed