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​Minister of Education Honors Bronze Medalist in Science Olympiad

26 December 2017

(QNA) - HE Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr. Mohammed bin Abdul Wahid Al-Hammadi confirmed the Ministry's keenness to honor the outstanding and talented students as they are a national wealth that the country gives integrated care to. The Ministry also guides them the right direction in order to serve their country in the future, and achieve their aspirations and hopes of their families. 

HE the Minister honored the student Abdullah Khaled Al-Kaabi from Tariq bin Ziad Secondary School for winning a bronze in the 14th International Junior Science Olympiad which took place in the Netherlands from the 3rd to the 12th of December. HE the Minister honored the student at an event held in the school in cooperation with the Ministry on Tuesday. 

HE the Minister praised the winner for his achievement and scientific and moral excellence. His Excellency said he represents a model and a good example of his fellow students in schools and considered his achievement a result of his hard work, efforts and desire to excel, in addition to the role of his school and family for this excellence. He explained that the positive and integrated cooperation between the family and school is reflected on the student in terms of his personality and the development of his capabilities and skills. HE the Minister added that this honor is not the end of the road, however it is a step in a long, successful and distinctive path. 

On his part, student Al-Kaabi said this recognition encourages him to continue his path of excellence and confirmed that the State of Qatar deserves the best from its youth. He added that everyone should work hard in their field to elevate the country and continue the path of excellence to rank Qatar highly in the science field, regionally and internationally. 

The State of Qatar participated for the first time in the 14th International Junior Science Olympiad, which is one of the biggest scientific events with many talented students from 50 countries and that are not less than 16 years of age. The Olympiad aims to encourage skilled students to develop their talent in the natural sciences' branches and to promote friendship and relationships among students from all over the world from an early age. It also gives the opportunity to compare between syllabi and educational directions of the participating countries in science education.

 

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