Kuwait, Sixty-four Kuwaiti schoolgirls took part in Shaikha Fadia Al Sa’ad Al Abdullah Al Sabah’s scientific competition with 40 projects, head of the competition Shaikha Nabila Salman Al Sabah said.
Speaking at a press conference, Shaikha Nabila added that 53 female secondary students and 21 teachers as well as 18 intermediate students and 10 teachers participated, Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) reported.
She noted that there were also some other students at the primary level who were interested in the scientific research on boosting societal action and implant the national loyalty in students through supporting constructive projects and innovations serving the society. The competition enables the winners of both the secondary and intermediate levels who obtain the first place to participate in the competitions at the Gulf level.
She lauded the outstanding and distinctive role of the completion as it brings together students and teachers from all the Gulf countries to share experiences.
Source: Bahrain News Agency