Jus­tice min­is­ter con­firms ap­point­ment of 550 con­sul­tants

MoE names new district di­rec­tors

Arab Times - - LOCAL -

KUWAIT CITY, June 19: Min­is­ter of Jus­tice and State Min­is­ter for Na­tional Assem­bly Af­fairs Dr Faleh Al-Azb has con­firmed the ap­point­ment of 550 con­sul­tants who will be as­signed in the Con­sul­tants De­part­ment at the Min­istry of Jus­tice, re­ports Al-Rai daily.

Al-Azb went on to say that Kuwait In­sti­tute for Ju­di­cial and Le­gal Stud­ies an­nounced the re­sults re­cently, wish­ing the new batch of con­sul­tants suc­cess in their en­deavor par­tic­u­larly in en­sur­ing jus­tice for all.

Mean­while, Min­is­ter of Ed­u­ca­tion and Higher Ed­u­ca­tion Dr Mo­ham­mad Al-Fares has ap­pointed new ed­u­ca­tional district di­rec­tors as fol­lows: Waleed Al-Oumi for Hawally, Man­sour Al-Dai­hani for Mubarak Al-Kabeer, Jassem Bu Ha­mad for Far­waniya, Man­sour Al-Th­u­fairi for Hawally and Waleed Bin Ghiath for Jahra, re­ports Al-Anba daily quot­ing sources.

Mean­while, sources dis­closed the min­istry in­tends to ar­range the work of new ed­u­ca­tional cadres for aca­demic year 2017/2018. Sources said the last day for the hand over of du­ties for na­tional cadres trans­ferred by the Civil Ser­vice Com­mis­sion (CSC), Hu­man Re­sources De­part­ment or other au­thor­i­ties was on June 7, while the dead­line for non-Kuwaiti em­ploy­ees will be on Oct 11.

In the mean­time, the Min­istry of Health is cur­rently up­dat­ing the terms, poli­cies and pro­ce­dures for open­ing and clos­ing med­i­cal files at Kuwait Cen­ter for Men­tal Health, re­ports Al-Anba daily quot­ing sources.

Sources dis­closed the steps in­clude iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of ac­tive and in­ac­tive files, adopt­ing a mech­a­nism for han­dling files that have been uti­lized for a long time and ter­mi­na­tion of in­ac­tive files, and re­view­ing ap­pli­ca­tions for ter­mi­na­tion of files – ei­ther by the pa­tients them­selves or their par­ents.

On the other hand, sources said the min­istry will soon de­stroy about half mil­lion ac­tive files in var­i­ous hos­pi­tals and pri­vate med­i­cal cen­ters be­cause the con­cerned pa­tients have not vis­ited these health in­sti­tu­tions for sev­eral years.

Ad­mis­sion and Regis­tra­tion De­part­ment Di­rec­tor at Kuwait Uni­ver­sity Hind Al-Salem said the last day for sub­mit­ting ad­mis­sion ap­pli­ca­tions for aca­demic year 2017/2018 will be on June 20, re­ports Al-Anba daily. Speak­ing to the daily, Al-Salem dis­closed the de­part­ment will re­view ap­pli­ca­tions im­me­di­ately af­ter the dead­line and an­nounce the re­sults be­fore Eid Al-Fitr. She said the de­part­ment will send SMS to stu­dents el­i­gi­ble for ad­mis­sion to in­form them about the cour­ses they can en­roll in.

The Em­ploy­ment Af­fairs Com­mit­tee in the Civil Ser­vice Com­mis­sion (CSC), which is re­spon­si­ble for draft­ing and adopt­ing a mech­a­nism for im­ple­ment­ing the de­cree on amend­ing the com­mis­sion’s sys­tem to give sec­ond pri­or­ity – af­ter the cit­i­zens – to chil­dren of Kuwaiti women mar­ried to non-Kuwaitis in the re­cruit­ment process in min­istries and other gov­ern­men­tal au­thor­i­ties, re­ports Al-Rai daily quot­ing sources.

Sources re­vealed about 24,600 chil­dren of Kuwaiti women mar­ried to non-Kuwaitis have ex­pressed in­ter­est in work­ing in the govern­ment sec­tor.

Sources said the seven-mem­ber com­mit­tee did not clar­ify if the regis­tra­tion for this cat­e­gory will be done in­side or out­side its premises and if the regis­tra­tion pe­riod will be once or twice a day (morn­ing and evening).

Photo by Bas­sam Abu Shanab

Night prayers be­ing held at the Grand Mosque.

Dr Al-Azb

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