Qatar's banking industry appears optimistic about the new public private partnership (PPP) model in the schooling sector, even as the sector is awaiting finer details.
Qatar on Monday unveiled plans to construct 45 new public schools at an estimated capital cost of about QR4bn over the next five years through public-private partnership (PPP), the first of its kind in the social infrastructure in the country.
The Education Ministry will grant students leave during the 2022 FIFA World Cup, HE the Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Mohamed Abdul Wahed Ali al-Hammadi has announced.
The survey, done by MoPH, covered students in first, third and fifth grade as well as students in first and second preparatory classes.
The Minister also highlighted the need to abide by school regulations that have been developed for the benefit of students and to help improve their academic performance.
Children wearing chequered uniforms and backpacks thronged schools across the Palestinian territories for the first classes of the new school year.
The ministry said government land will be allocated for a new batch of five schools in Al Wukair, Umm Al Qarn and Al Khor areas.
Pupils at 103 schools in Afghanistan's central province of Logar could not go to school on Saturday as education facilities were closed due to Taliban threats, an official said.
Weather officials warned that heavy rainfall was expected for the next four days.
The school's patron Aisha bint Mohamed bin Hammam al-Abdulla and Al Muftah Group managing director Ibrahim al-Muftah signed agreements.