Justice minister confirms appointment of 550 consultants
MoE names new district directors
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).
Night prayers being held at the Grand Mosque.