Abu Dhabi Education Council made a government department

Adec now named Department of Education and Knowledge. The Abu Dhabi Education Council - known as Adec - has been made a government department according to a decree issued by President Sheikh Khalifa. It is now named the Department of...

CBSE announces tele-counselling for board exam students in Gulf among other countries

While 71 are available in India, 20 counsellors are located in Nepal, Saudi Arabia, Oman, UAE. The Central Board of Secondary Education's (CBSE) pre-exam annual psychological counselling for students, attempting the Grade 10 and 12 board exams, will begin from February...

Coal Mines Are Reimagined as a New Power Source

Companies look to retrofit deserted mines into storage systems using an old technology By Zeke Turner / BERLIN—Deserted coal mines, once left to gather dust, are glimpsing a new life in the age of solar panels and wind turbines. The expanding fleet of...

UAE Nationals find private sector jobs more appealing now than ever before, TASC survey...

DUBAI – May 8, 2017: Marking a paradigm shift in the conventional mindset of UAE nationals seeking employment, a recently concluded survey reveals that about 57 per cent of them showed interest in working for the private sector. Of...

15,000 jobs will be created for Emiratis in private Sector

Tawteen Agenda to encourage the private sector to accept the UAE nationals. A total of 15,000 private sector job opportunities for Emiratis will be created by the end of this year, the Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation announced on...

JOB MARKET REVIEW – MIDDLE EAST (FEBRUARY 2016)

IT and Telecom/ISP followed closely, charting a 15 percent growth in hiring activity from the year-ago while the pace of growth eased over the past months beginning November 2015.Health Care (up 16 percent) led all monitored industry sectors...

‘It helped me become who I am today’: students past and present on life...

Aisha Abdulla Miran was one of the first students at American University of Sharjah and now holds a top job in Dubai. Aisha Abdulla Miran was one of the first batch of students to study at American University of Sharjah when...

Dubai art studio serves coffee and an opportunity for people with disabilities to integrate

Mawaheb is an art studio aiming to integrate people with disabilities into the community. Drop in for a coffee served by someone with special needs and watch artists work as part of an initiative to build bridges between the community...

GCC – Job Market Review – June 2016

June 2016 Index Highlights Monster Employment Index registers the third consecutive year-on-year decline in GCC e-recruitment since April 2016; down by 21 percent in June 2016. Between March and June 2016, the Middle East Index witnessed an 18 percent...

22 Dubai schools choose to freeze fees

22 out of 159 schools decide against hikes to stay attractive to parents Dubai: Around 14 per cent of Dubai schools have decided to not increase tuition fees this school year, Gulf News can reveal, with many more offering discounts and scholarships. Out...

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