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Pact signed for UAE girls students' development

Dubai, March 10, 2014

The UAE Ministry of Education and “Girls Centers” has signed a MoU aimed at discovering, guiding, benefitting and nurturing talented students and investing in their future.

The agreement was signed by Minister of Education Humaid Mohammad Al Qatami and Fatima Al-Hosni, the assistant manager of the Girls Centers on behalf of Sheikha Aisha Al Qasimi.

It highlights the need to harness the full potential of students and raise national awareness on their efforts to help with the overall development of human and financial resources.

It also seeks to nurture and enhance available human capital and support talented students. This will result in the creation of a strong intellectual base from which students can showcase their talents and creativity, reflecting the commitment towards the nation and its people, and raise the level of social and cultural awareness for the country’s students, said the ministry in its statement.

Among the goals and mechanisms to be implemented through the agreement are the dissemination of the activities and programs offered by the Girls Centers to other educational institutions and support for the programs and events offered by the school.

By building new partnerships, the parties will be able to exchange professional experiences and curricula with leading specialists from Girls Centers, as well as with professionals in culture and arts-related curricula management, including theatre, drawing and music, to draw out the best from students, it added.-TradeArabia News Service




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