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Bahrain beat: Education Minister honours Saudi teachers

Bahrain beat: Education Minister honours Saudi teachers

Education Minister Al Nuaimi patronises ceremony to thank 72 Saudi teachers.



By Suad Hamada

Published: Sun 14 Jun 2015, 10:48 PM

Last updated: Wed 8 Jul 2015, 3:06 PM

Education Minister Dr Majid bin Ali Al Nuaimi has stressed strong historic fraternal relations between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia and their perpetual growth in various fields.

He was speaking as he patronised a ceremony last week at the Education Ministry hall in Isa Town to honour 72 Saudi teachers who have completed their period of assignment in the academic year 2014-2015. Also present were Saudi Ambassador to Bahrain Dr Abdullah bin Abdul Malik Al Shaikh, Education Ministry Undersecretary for Education and Curricula Affairs Dr Abdullah Yousef Al Mutawa and other officials.

Dr Al Nuaimi lauded cooperation between both countries mainly in the educational field, praising the efforts of the Saudi educational staff and their rich experience benefiting the educational sector in Bahrain. He thanked the Saudi teachers for their dedicated efforts while in Bahrain, describing them as ambassadors of their country.

The Saudi ambassador commended the efforts of the education ministries in both countries, stressing their role in ensuring success of the GCC pan-work. He paid tribute to the teachers, praising their outstanding contributions to the educational field in Bahrain.

At the end of the celebration, the education minister and the Saudi ambassador honoured the Saudi teachers who had been on assignment in Bahrain.

Dohat Arad Reserve Park visited

Supreme Council of the Environment (SCE) Chief Executive Officer Dr Mohammed Mubarak bin Daina and Muharraq Municipal Council Chairman Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Sinan have inspected Dohat Arad Park and Reserve to assess the needs of visitors of the national sanctuary. Muharraq Municipal Council member Sabah Al Dosari was also present.

Dr Daina stressed commitment to support municipal councils to ensure quality services. “The council gives priority to these vital sites which include natural sanctuaries that contribute to achieving sustainable development and consolidating the ecological balance in Bahrain,” he said.

CSB completes 1,534 organisational studies

The Civil Service Bureau (CSB) has issued standard criteria for establishing top management positions for the various government entities which was approved by Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa deputy prime minister, deputy president of Civil Service Council.

The CSB has also successfully worked on various studies this year, marking a 12.5% increase over last year, with an average of 6.2 studies completed daily.

Overall, 1534 organisational studies have been achieved, including 28 organissation top structure charts, 53 detailed directorate organisation structure charts, 117 manpower ceiling studies, 10,279 positions, 100 part time position studies and 50 major projects.

As a result of these studies 2,030 employees were placed in the Human Resource Management system (Horison) within various government entities.

The CSB set standard criteria for establishing top management positions for directorates in the civil service.

This aims to limit the unnecessary expansion and administrative inflation within government entities, control the establishment of top positions, and define a clear mechanism for the drawing of main organizational structures of government entities.

This will contribute to estimate the actual needs of government entities, and will lead to the creation of more effective and efficient and streamlined regulations, control government spending, and achieve optimum utilization of human resources through the re-engineering and restructuring of government entities based on regulatory controls and foundations.

Bahrain Musical Band holds concert

The Bahrain Musical Band held its second concert at the Cultural Hall on Saturday, as part of its desire to honour traditional Arab music.

Talented vocalists and musicians of classical music from Bahrain Musical Band paid tribute to many legendary Arab singers, song writers and composers with their own renditions of songs.  The audience enjoyed this enchanting musical journey of “Tarab” with the internationally acclaimed orchestra.

shamada@khaleejtimes.com


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