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Record-breaking 42,984 students enter twelfth-grade exam halls

14,817 students will take the twelfth-grade exams in the literary section, while 27,283 students will take them in the scientific section, and 884 students in the religious education section

  • Dr. Adel Al-Adwani, the Minister of Education and Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, opened the digital follow-up center to enhance the efficiency of the educational system and to utilize modern technologies for improved control, follow-up, and communication mechanisms.

On the eve of 42,984 male and female twelfth-grade students heading to examination halls, Dr. Adel Al-Adwani, the Minister of Education and Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, opened the digital follow-up center in the ministry’s General Office. This is part of the ministry’s efforts to enhance the efficiency of the educational system and utilize modern technologies for improved control, follow-up, and communication mechanisms.

This initiative is part of the ministry’s ongoing efforts to bolster the efficiency of the educational system and leverage modern technologies for improved monitoring, control, and communication mechanisms.

The ministry stated in a statement that the Acting Undersecretary of the Ministry, Mansour Al-Dehani, and the Director of Information Systems, Hoda Al-Mutairi, attended the opening of the center.

This center will serve as a primary hub for monitoring remote work procedures and managing operations across all sectors of the ministry, educational regions, and schools.

The first operational phase of the center coincides with the start of secondary exams. It will enable ministry officials to track the progress of the examination process, communicate remotely with control workers, access daily statistics, monitor paper corrections and percentages, and effectively and transparently announce results.

Modern technologies

Al-Mutairi explained that the center features modern technologies, advanced computers, and large display screens for showcasing Ministry of Education data and statistics. Additionally, it is equipped with an advanced video communication system that enables officials to communicate with educational districts and school administrations using the “Teams” program.

Al-Adwani received a detailed explanation from Al-Mutairi regarding the room’s capabilities and ways to benefit from them during the 12th-grade exam period. He also learned about monitoring progress in controlling the literary and scientific departments via video calls through the “Times” program. Furthermore, he received updates about the statistical data of the religious education exams that started on Sunday. Previously, he also listened to the preparations of control workers for the exams.

The step is guided by Minister Al-Adwani’s efforts to improve and develop the ministry’s work strategy, utilize digital capabilities, and keep pace with technology.

Ahmed Al-Wahida, the official spokesman for the Ministry of Education, stated that 14,817 male and female students will take the twelfth-grade exams in the literary section, while 27,283 students will take them in the scientific section, and 884 students in the religious education section.

He mentioned that the ministry launched an awareness campaign titled “Our Goal is the Summit,” covering psychological, educational, and health aspects.

Additionally, a section called “Ask Us” was created on the ministry’s Instagram page to address students’ inquiries regarding the exams, with input from mentors and teachers.

Al-Wahida emphasized the ministry’s efforts to provide a suitable and safe exam environment, praying for students’ success and guidance.



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