‘Second round of paper exams going well, faced no obstacles’
KUWAIT CITY, July 11, (KUNA): Director of the Religious Institute for Girls Ghalia Al-Azmi confirmed that the exams for the second round at centers and homes at the institute, which began on July 1 and will continue until July 15, are going well and the administration did not face any obstacles to hold paper exams.
Al-Azmi said in a press statement on Sunday that the number of female applicants for the second round test ranges between 47 and 50 students. She stressed the need to implement all health requirements recommended by the Ministry of Health, “which aims to protect our daughters, with the need to adhere to wearing a mask, sterilizing hands, adhering to social distancing, and measuring temperature before testing.”
She pointed out that the building of the Religious Institute in Cordoba for Girls is the main headquarters of the committees on the second floor, which includes the centers of all regions of Kuwait, indicating that the examination committees have been coordinated according to the established mechanism and within the distance set by the Ministries of Health and Education, and the preparation of emergency committees and isolation rooms, wishing the students success.