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Shamila Jamaluddin, Staff Reporter
The Model School presented 30 students for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Grade 12 examination of March 2019 (11 boys and 19 girls).
All of the students have passed and are eligible for higher studies.
Out of 30 students, 19 secured 80 per cent and above marks. The average mark of the school is 81 per cent.
A press release issued by the school said that the students strove hard to attain this result. They were given stringent coaching to face the public examination. The portions were divided into four segments. They had undergone a strict examination which resulted in an anticipated result. The weak students were rendered special coaching so as to come to its expectations.
Dr Abdul Kader, the principal of the Model School said, “We attained the gorgeous result in CBSE Grade XII, the result of the endless and unceasing effort of the teachers and students.” He also added that my teachers worked hard and strained every nerve to obtain the wonderful result.
The Vice Principal A.M Shareef said, “Our students worked sincerely in order to achieve their goal.” The Head Master of the school Abdul Rasheed remarked, “The students toiled their best to bring the magnificent result.” One of the senior teachers commended the students’ efforts which brought glory to the school. Dr Haseena, the headmistress of the school remarked, “The student’s unceasing effort paid the debt.” Tejal Avinash who scored 96% said, “I unceasingly enjoyed the support and guidance given to me by the teachers which were resounded in my studies.” Master Mohd Farhan replied, “The teachers were so kind and prompt to do their best for me. I achieved this glory only because the support that I attained from them.” Zainab said, “I attained this glory through my teachers. I do recall all my success before I leave the abode of wisdom.”
The school students affairs Manager Nasari stated, “The result showed that the students did their best to bring their potential to cope up with the examination.”
Abu Dhabi’s Traffic and Patrols Directorate held a press conference on Tuesday to launch an awareness campaign titled “Be Road Safe,” during which it disclosed a plan to detect school bus “stop arm” offenders in co-ordination with the Department of Transport.
Members of administrative, teaching and technical staffs of the state schools will start duty on Sunday (August 25). While students will begin the new school year (2019-2020) in all the public schools, as well as the private schools, kindergartens and adult education that follow the Ministry of Education’s curricula next week (September 1).
Exams will no longer be the challenge they look forward to, to let students knock on the door of success
Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Committee for COVID-19 pandemic, in coordination with the Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) has approved plans to reopen private schools with physical attendance for the new academic year.
The Ministry stressed in a statement on Wednesday that its aim to continue expanding the scope of testing nationwide to facilitate the early detection of coronavirus cases and carry out the necessary treatment.
This restriction shall not apply to international all-cargo operations and flights specifically approved by the DGCA. However, flights under the Air Bubble agreement will not be affected, the DGCA said.
Wide range of lively entertainment shows being held every weekend until February 26 across Al Qasba, Al Majaz Waterfront, Al Montazah Parks and Khorfakkan Beach.