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The UAE’s public and private schools following the curriculum of the Ministry of Education and Kindergartens will start schooling the day after tomorrow
(Monday, Jan.2, 2023).
Schools will receive more than one million students, as well as teaching, technical and administrative staff, marking the start of the second term of the current academic year 2022-2023, following the end of winter holidays and New Year’s Eve celebrations.
The exam results of the first term for the current academic year are scheduled to be announced in stages, according to a time sequence for each seminar, during the period Jan.9-13. Details of the results schedule will also be announced later.
According to the academic calendar for the current academic year 2022-2023, the school days of the second term will be 91 days, with 67 days for actual study, and 24 days as weekly holidays (Saturday and Sunday). The spring holiday for students will start on March 27, 2023 (Monday) until April 14, 2023 (Friday), while the holiday for the educational and administrative staff will start on April 3, 2023 (Monday) until April 14, 2023 (Friday).
The attendance of students and the educational and administrative staff in public and private schools that follow the ministerial curriculum, for the third semester, will start on April 17, 2023 (Monday), and the study is expected to end on July 14, 2023 (Wednesday).
According to the Emirates Schools Establishment (ESE), the education process will be in-person in schools for all categories of students at various stages, while distance learning will be applied in emergency and for students and staff infected with COVID-19.
ESE stated that it provides all school curricula electronically on the Ministry’s platform, and printed textbooks will be distributed during the first week of the second term, in addition to providing reserve computers to all 564 schools for use in emergency cases.
The administrations of public and private schools have announced their readiness to receive students and other staffs in attendance, in the various emirates of the country, for the start of the second term 2022-2023.
Its report issued on Monday highlighted the fact that the number of higher education students in the country during the 2018-2019 academic year is 295,626, including 191,887 male students accounting for 64.9 per cent, and 103,739 female students accounting for 35.1 per cent.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday declared the class 10 results. Students can check their results on CBSE’s official website and Digilocker.
The decision identified all details related to school days, including the start of the academic year for public and private schools, vacations and public holidays.
The Ministry of Education termed what is being circulated on social media and across media outlets about its intention to end the academic year and continue the distance e-learning system till the end of the school year as ”inaccurate.’
The total number of workers registered in the private sector establishments nationwide of both genders reached 5,477,366 by the end of 2022, compared to 4,910,110 by the end of 2021, according to statistics issued by the MoHRE.
The minister said, “More than 9,000 companies adhered to the Emiratisation standards during 2022, and a thousand companies tried to meet the Emiratisation rate.”
Upon his arrival, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Tahnoun and Shahbaz attended the Guard of Honour ceremony, then laid a wreath at Martyrs’ Monument, made up of 31 panels leaning on one another in a symbol of solidarity between the leadership, people and soldiers of the UAE.
Chief Minister Chaudhry Parvez Elahi on Thursday signed the summary for dissolving the provincial assembly, and if the governor did not dissolve it immediately, it would stand dissolved 48 hours later.