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They made surprise phone calls to the top achievers, praising their remarkable achievements and wished them further success in their future life.
Al Hammadi congratulated all graduating students, especially the school toppers, praising the academic excellence while at the same time congratulated parents on their children's achievements and their continuous follow-up and encouragement. He also praised efforts made by the teaching and administrative staff for contributing to quality standards in the UAE schools.
On her part, Al Muheiri called on the students to continue their journey to learn and increase knowledge and excel in the education field. She stressed that the country's leadership is proud of them and their achievements and has always provided a supportive environment for young people.
The students were happy to receive calls from the ministers, noting that this kind gesture will encourage them to achieve further excellence.
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince congratulated the students and their parents for their efforts and persistence to obtain leading scores in their studies, wishing them continued success in their higher education pursuits.
It is unfortunate to learn that a large number of students in the UAE have been spending five hours daily on social media using their smart phones (refer to Gulf Today news, ‘Nearly 70% of UAE students use social media for 5 hours daily’, published on Aug.1, 2019.). If true, the study conducted by a team of students
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