The student, Dulaim Bin Htel Al-Masa’ara Al-Dossary, narrated the incident to the Saudi news site that while he was at a restaurant at a fuel station on the Riyadh-Dammam road, he heard a conversation between two people about a car thief around the area.
This refers to the report “Foreign students on the verge of starvation in pandemic-hit UK” in the Gulf Today (Feb. 20).
A food pantry run by a Buddhist temple in New York City has become a means of sustenance and comfort for Nepalese college students living thousands of miles away from home during the pandemic.
The ACCA qualification is considered the gold standard in accountancy; Zara, a resident of Lahore, thanked the nation for this encouragement and appreciation.
The amazing success story of Zara Naeem Dar, a Pakistani student who emerged on top in the international accountancy exam, shows that girl students in the country can do wonders if they are provided right opportunities and support from their families.
Schools and daycare centres reopened in 10 German regions, including the capital Berlin and the most populous state North-Rhine Westphalia.
Student enrolment in Dubai’s private schools has increased by 7,300 students in the last three months, a rise of 2.6%, according to updated data released by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) in its latest report titled ‘All Seasons Education – Spring Edition 2021’.
The story of Zara Naeem Dar, a Pakistani student who cracked the international ACCA exam is truly inspirational. The article says “She stunned the world by scoring highest marks in the competition, which was represented by 527,000 students from nearly 179 countries.” (“Queen of numbers: She figured them out before all else, world left impressed,” Feb. 26, Gulf Today).
A Dubai Health Authority (DHA) official has released another set of guidelines for the safety of school-going pupils and students from the virulent novel coronavirus (COVID-19), which include taking a bath or washing any exposed part of their body upon arriving home.
The Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (Adek) has decided to exempt employees and workers of private schools in Abu Dhabi from returning to the schools for which they work, at the beginning of the new academic year, provided that they present a medical certificate proving a medical excuse after coordination with the school administration.