The Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MoEHE) announced the opening of early electronic registration and transfer in public schools for the next academic year 2022-2023, starting from 24 April to 9 June, through the public services portal on the ministry’s website.

Director of Schools Affairs in the Education Affairs Sector of MoEHE, Ali Jassim Al Kuwari, revealed in a press statement that there are more than 129,248 students in government schools for the current year 2021-2022, an increase of 2.63% over the previous year. He said that the number of new students enrolled this year has reached 14,766, including 5,833 students transferred from private schools to government schools.

The Schools Affairs Department issued a circular to all government schools and kindergartens to open the registration door next week. Early registration will be electronic and completion of the early registration will be notified to guardians/parents via email.

Early registration will take place in two phases – the first phase, from 24 April to 9 June – will be for Qataris and for children born to Qatari mothers and of citizens from States within the Gulf Cooperation Council. The second registration phase will be from 15 to 26 May, and will be for all nationalities.

Source: QNA

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