The Executive Committee of the Education Excellence Day (EED) award has extended the deadline for submitting the applications for the award in its 14th edition until November 5, via the award’s link on the ministry’s website: https://educompetitions.edu.gov.qa/scientific_achievement/.
The extension is in response to the request of those keen to apply for the award, including students, teachers and schools, to prepare their files competitively and to present them according to the conditions and standards defined by the organising committee.
CEO of the EED Award and Secretary-General of Qatar National Commission for Education, Culture and Science Dr Hamda Hassan al-Sulaiti said the period for submitting the applications has been extended in response to the applicants’ request, and taking into account the new system, with the aim to receive the largest possible number of applicants, the number of which has reached 287 so far.
Dr al-Sulaiti called on those wishing to compete for the award, including students, teachers, distinguished public and private schools, university graduates and holders of master’s and doctoral degrees, to complete and submit their applications directly via the award’s link, which will be available until November 5.
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
Doha International Book Fair postponed
Mada Centre wins Unesco prize
Five held for violating home quarantine conditions
History of natural pearl and craftsmanship on show at dhow fest
Katara awards 7 cartoonists
Tourism challenges post-Covid to be discussed at Bethlehem Festival
Vodafone Qatar opens new retail store in Festival City
Temporary closure of underpass
MME in carbon taxes workshop