Qatar Chamber reviews criteria to increase private schools fees

  • 1 year ago
Qatar Chamber reviews criteria to increase private schools fees

The education committee of Qatar Chamber investigated various subjects identified with the private sector, including the limit of non-public schools, the improvement of a reference system for deciding the criteria for expanding educational cost charges, the nonattendance of instruments to control the connection between tuition based schools and educators, notwithstanding the staggering expenses of permitting and its recharging. 

This came at the fourth meeting of the ducation committee during the present year, which was led by First Vice-Chairman of Qatar Chamber and Chairman of the Committee Mohamed canister Ahmed container Towar Al Kuwari. 

During the meeting, a few different issues were talked about, including the issuance of the Private Schools Law and its official guidelines without meeting with delegates of the private segment, the staggering expenses of authorizing, the shortening of licenses for instructive foundations and the absence of satisfactory school structures. 

 

During the meeting, Al Kuwari focused on the pretended by government organizations in improving and encouraging the business condition in private area, particularly in the instructive segment. 

He called attention to that the nearness of the Assistant Undersecretary for Educational Affairs at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education in the meeting underscore the Ministry's advantage and reality in tending to all issues of private schooling, which opens another page of participation between the Chamber spoken to by the education committee and the Ministry of Education. 

As far as it matters for him, the Assistant Undersecretary for Educational Affairs at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education Omar Abdul Aziz Al Namaa, focused on the service's perception to keep up ceaseless correspondence with the chamber, meet agents of the private instructive division and individuals from the board of trustees. Al Namaa additionally recommended a month to month meeting to be held between individuals from the board and the service to concoct proposition and thoughts that will add to the plan of the service's general strategies. 

Al Namaa additionally examined points and different issues identified with summer exercises plans, noticing that the result of such meeting will be in light of a legitimate concern for the instructive part in the nation.

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