The minister noted that students with education excellence are the real wealth of Qatar because they represent Qatar’s human capital and knowledge. “This doubles our responsibility in creating an environment of educational excellence.”
In a statement during his visit to the exhibition of the annual Education Excellence Award at Katara – Cultural Village, the minister praised the exhibition’s images and documentary films.
The minister said that the exhibition documents the achievements of the distinguished students in the academic field, and other fields in addition, it is a catalyst for students, school administrators, teachers, parents and all parties of the educational process to compete for the Education Excellence Award and to receive the honour of being honoured by His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani.
He explained that the exhibition represents a scientific database that includes distinguished names and areas of excellence, which facilitates monitoring their development and progress over time, to pledge their care and consider how to employ their scientific capabilities in sustainable development.
The minister expressed pleasure for the achievements of some of the educationally distinguished individuals, especially as they are now occupying high-level positions in the country, who are role models for others.
Dr Hamda Hassan al-Sulaiti, chief executive officer of the award, applauded the wise leadership’s keenness in the educationally distinguished people and the award as well as encouraging students to compete.
She stressed that the exhibition has become one of Katara’s main features because it tells the history of the award from the first to the 11th session, and attracts many visitors who praised its idea, objectives, and contents as well as what it symbolises.
The Ministry of Education and Higher Education has completed its preparations for the celebrations of the Education Excellence Award tomorrow, where 64 winners will be honoured in the nine categories of the award, which include primary, preparatory and secondary students, university graduates, holders of a master’s degree, distinguished teacher, distinguished school, and outstanding scientific