Gulf Air honours top students
Manama, July 3, 2007
Gulf Air honoured top-scoring students from government-run secondary schools at a glittering ceremony in Manama.
The students, who came from different government-run secondary schools, were given free Gulf Air business class tickets for their outstanding results which ranged from 95 to 99.6 per cent, said a Gulf Air official.
"The students can use their roundtrip business class tickets to any destination within the Gulf Air network," the official said.
Assistant undersecretary for general and technical education at the ministry of education Nasser Mohammed Al Shaikh patronised the event along with Gulf Air’s General Manager Bahrain Hub Abdulmalik Al Saei.
Al Shaikh and Al Saei presented certificates to the nine outstanding students who excelled in science, commerce, literature, unification track, Islamic and technical streams.
“As a national carrier, this is our token of appreciation for the hard work and dedication to succeed by these Bahraini students and the nation’s youth in general, who are the future of our kingdom,” Al Saei said.
“We are very proud of their achievements and we hope this serves as a catalyst for more Bahrainis to excel and make our nation proud of them,” he added.TradeArabia News Service
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