Tomorrow.. begins the registration of students of the parallel track in adult education in public schools

The Department of School Affairs in the Education Affairs Sector of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education has announced that the registration of adult education students – the parallel course – will start from Sunday, 21/08/2022 and will continue until the end of work on Thursday, 29/09/2022 AD.

The ministry explained that this comes as a continuation of the stage of registration of adult education students – the parallel track – in schools (secondary level) for the academic year 2022/2023.

The Department of School Affairs has identified several areas for registration, including: the need for the school to review the data of students who have registered through the electronic system, to ensure the accuracy of data and documents on a daily and ongoing basis, to communicate with students registered in the early electronic registration stage for the year 2022/2023, and for students to attend all necessary documents and documents. And approving their registration on the system after verifying the validity of the documents required for registration, the students’ data on the National Student Information System (NSIS), signing the pledge form and registering the student in the parallel track .

The directives also included the registration of new students in the adult education system – the parallel track – through the student information system NSIS and the necessity to hand over textbooks to them immediately after the registration process, and that every school is obliged to request textbooks at the beginning of the academic year for students registered with him from the Department of Financial and Administrative Affairs in the Ministry, and The school delivers textbooks to students free of charge.

The Department of School Affairs has determined that for admission to the parallel track, the student must be of Qatari nationality, be at least 25 years old and have successfully completed the class preceding the class in which he wishes to enroll.

Regarding the educational curriculum for the parallel track, the Department of School Affairs has determined that the student studies a reduced educational curriculum during the study years in the parallel track (the tenth level, the eleventh level, the twelfth level), so that the student studies a percentage of the standards for each subject to ensure that he is provided with basic knowledge and skills. Required for the subject, and that the study must take place through a single educational track in the eleventh and twelfth levels (ie the tracks included in the education plan of the State of Qatar are not applied to general day education).

** Subjects for each level are as follows:

Subjects at the tenth level: Islamic education – Arabic language – English language – general mathematics – general sciences – social sciences – computer and information technology.

** Subjects at the eleventh level: Islamic education – Arabic language – English language – general mathematics – general sciences – history – geography – computer – information technology.

Subjects at the twelfth level: Islamic education – Arabic language – English language – general mathematics – general sciences – history – geography – computer – information technology.

Regarding the registration fees for the adult education system (parallel track), the administration said: tuition fees will be collected after completion of all the documents necessary for registration based on the decision of the Minister of Education and Higher Education No. (11) of 2017, issued on 23 February 2017 regarding the determination of service fees Provided by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.

It also clarified the documents required for registration, which are the Qatari ID + a copy thereof, 4 personal photographs, the last certified academic certificate obtained by the student, and a statement from the student’s employer, if any, include. As for the certificates received from outside the State of Qatar, they must be equated by the Certificate Equivalence Department of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.

With regard to the academic certificate that the student obtains, the Department of School Affairs explained that the student who has successfully passed the twelfth grade in the parallel track has obtained a certificate of completion of the study for the twelfth grade, and this certificate is equivalent to the general secondary certificate in service benefits, and only the upgrading of the post grade, and does not qualify him to complete undergraduate studies inside or outside the country.

Regarding the transfer criteria to and from adult education system schools (parallel path), students are only allowed to transfer from adult education (parallel system) to adult education (home system) in the tenth grade, regardless of the grades in which they are registered in parallel education is. Students are also allowed to transfer (transfer) from adult education (home system) to adult education (parallel path) according to the corresponding grades Manazil) in the corresponding class, but he is allowed to enroll in the class in which he originally passed the adult education system (Manazil).

Successful adult education students (parallel track) from the twelfth grade with a score of 80% or higher, and who wish to continue their university studies, are allowed to apply for the General Secondary Certificate Examination (home system) in accordance with the terms and conditions for application for this certificate, in the academic year following obtaining a certificate Completion of the study for the twelfth grade in the parallel track system. A high school certificate is granted to the student if he successfully passes the general secondary certificate examination in accordance with the educational paths.

It also clarified the schools designated to register students from the parallel track, as the girls’ schools include Rawda Bint Jassim Secondary School for Girls, Al Sailiya Secondary School for Girls,

Al Wakra Secondary School for Girls, Al Eb Secondary School for Girls, Al Khor Secondary School for Girls,

Al-Shahaniya Preparatory Secondary School for Girls, and Al-Iman Secondary School for Girls.

As for boys’ schools, they include Omar bin Abdul Aziz Secondary School for Boys, Ibn Taymiyyah Secondary School for Boys, Muhammad bin Abdul Wahab Secondary School for Boys, Doha Secondary School for Boys, Al Kaaban Primary Preparatory Secondary School for Boys, Hamad bin. Abdullah Secondary School for Boys, Hassan Bin Thabet Secondary School for Boys, and Omar Ibn Al Khattab High School for Boys.

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