The victim also said that the defendant revealed his love for her repeatedly and she had avoided him many times.
The tests, which were conducted free of charge, are part of the precautionary measures implemented by the Government of Dubai to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the community, DHA said. The tests also reflect the Government’s efforts to ensure the safety of students and staff across private schools in Dubai.
The announcement came after suspected cases of COVID-19 virus among the employees who were examined, as this precautionary measure will remain in place until the results of the laboratory tests appear.
Disale teaches at the Zilla Parishad Primary School, Paritewadi, Solapur, in Maharashtra and has been credited for transforming the lives of young girls.
Dubai Police have arrested a British teacher after one of his students accused him of sending indecent pictures to her. The 39-year-old electronic design teacher was arrested at Dubai International Airport on Jan.7 this year.
The information was shared with several other districts in time for the exams and many centres asked the students to remove their footwear outside the examination hall.
Muhammad Abu Zahra, an Art Education Teacher at Al Amal School for the Deaf has received the title of ‘Expert Teacher’ from Microsoft. He is the first deaf person in the world to obtain this title.
Deep Narayan Nayak has painted blackboards on the walls of houses and taught children on the streets for the past year.
Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK), in collaboration with Department of Health- Abu Dhabi (DoH), has announced a strategic new initiative to provide COVID-19 PCR tests for students, educators and school staff administered by trained health professionals at the emirate’s schools. The initiative follows the recent announcement by the National Crisis and Emergency Management Authority (NCEMA) for routine PCR tests.