- There are about 8000 students in 20 Indian schools
- The Kuwaiti government has banned all direct examinations
- If the examination is not conducted, the class will not be able to give promotion
The application states that admission of students to the next class is possible only on the basis of exact criteria and if the examination is not conducted, the class will not be able to provide promotion. Indian schools have approached the Ministry of Education for permission in the wake of the Kuwaiti government’s ban on all direct examinations in the wake of the rising number of Kovid cases.
It is reported that the Indian Embassy has also brought the matter to the notice of the authorities. According to the embassy, they will have to go to India to appear for the exams if they do not get permission. There are about 8000 students in 20 Indian schools. Representatives of the International School Management are in talks with the Ministry of Education in this regard.
All schools, from nurseries to universities, have been closed since March 12 due to the strong spread of Kovid. From the beginning of this academic year, classes for students have been conducted online.
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