'My Vision, My Future' contest launched

DUBAI — Shaikh Mohammed bin Maktoum bin Juma Al Maktoum, Head of the Supreme Committee of 'My Vision My Future' project, has launched the 'My Vision My Future' contest — the biggest educational, cultural, and scientific contest for secondary school male and female students in the UAE.

By Mohsen Rashed

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Published: Sat 16 Sep 2006, 9:18 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 8:24 PM

The contest is based on the book My Vision written by His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, in a bid to open new horizons to students, familiarise them with real, practical, and creative experiments, and enrich them with knowledge and education with high quality and performance.

Present at the Press conference held yesterday in this connection were Dr Hanif Hassan, Minister of Education, Consultant Hashim Al Qaisiya, Chairman of the Board of Infinity TV Channel, and Head of the Conference Organising Committee, and Ahmed Abdullrahman Al Attar, Secretary-General and Executive Director of the contest project.

The contest is purposefully targeting the secondary stage being essential in all students development, and represents an introductory step to university life. Students of this stage should be fully aware of these rich and sage experiments, which form a unique model to follow in their scientific and practical life, Dr Hanif said.

The book My Vision is a reflection of the perspective behind a reality-turned dream.

It is an embodiment of creativity and outstanding success in the world of today. The contest is aimed at connecting students with their past, present and future via a variety of distinguished and terrific experiments, Dr Hanif observed.

All schools were to participate in the contest to benefit as much from self-learning, development, creativity, and progress, he added.

Hashim Al Qaisiya said the project aimed at setting an enlightening model for our youth, and create a competitive environment among students, to raise and strengthen their ideas to build a communication bridge to better future, be able to face all challenges, overcome all difficulties, and solve all problems.

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