Muscat: Forty students were recognised by the Ministry of Education (MoE) for scoring high marks in Applied Science and Social Science subjects of government and private schools.
The awards ceremony was chaired by Humood Al Harthi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education. “These students are the future of the country, and it’s a great chance to congratulate them for their achievements,” said Al Harthi.
He also thanked the private sector establishments which contributed to, and supported, the awards event.
“This awards ceremony encouraged and motivated me to continue my hard work,” said Azzan Khalfan Al Nasseri, one of the students from Musa Bin Nasir School in Muscat. Al Nasseri advised other students to focus on their targets and enjoy their studying.
Mariyma Saleh Al Mahdhoriyah, from Al Qarya school in South Batinah, said she worked hard for the last 12 years and she appreciated that her success was being recognised. “Rewards always motivate me to continue my education with passion and love,” said Al Mahdhoriyah. Similarly, Suha Saleh Al Harthiya, from Barkat bint Thalabah School in Muscat, said it is an honour for her to be rewarded.
“This reward is a new start and a new beginning for a better future. I realised that everyone should work hard to get what he wants,” noted Al Harthiya. She also thanked her mother, who always encouraged her in her studies.