More than 200 students from 16 public and private secondary schools took part in the exhibition held under the supervision of the Abu Dhabi Educational Zone (ADEZ).
Waleed Tashtoush, a physics teacher at Abdul Kader Al Jazaeeri School, said, “We as teachers have to encourage students to pick up hobbies which can later become their calling. We helped our students make perfumes at the school lab and they presented the products at the exhibition.”
Nadya Maddi, Deputy Director of the Private Education Department at ADEZ, told Khaleej Times that the exhibition was very important to help students develop business skills.“The country is witnessing a boom in the trading sector. So we care about talented students and help them become entrepreneurs.”
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