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Oman- Bank Sohar sponsors three-day ‘Administrative Education Forum'

(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) In its on-going support towards the continued development of the education sector in Oman, Bank Sohar sponsored the recently held ‘Administrative Education Forum' organised by the Directorate General of Education in Muscat.

The forum was aimed at augmenting the current state of education in Muscat with the latest administrative developments in the educational process as well as school laws and regulations. It was also aimed at bringing together practitioners and experts from the field of education to share their experiences and to work together to improve on the current education and management processes in the school system.

The three-day forum was held from May 3-6, at the Al Murjan Hall at the Civil Aviation Club in Azaiba, under the auspices of Dr Said Hamed Said al Rebai, the secretary general of the Council of Education. The event was also attended by Ali Humaid al Jahwari, the director general of education in the Muscat governorate at the Ministry of Education, together with the heads of departments, directors and principals from over 200 schools in the Muscat region. Representing Bank Sohar at the event were Munira Abdulnabi Macki, DGM-HR and corporate support, Redha al Lawati, head of retail liabilities and Adnan al Balushi, Seeb branch manager.

Munira said, ''We at Bank Sohar are committed towards the well-being of the community, especially for advancements in education that will greatly benefit the youth in Oman. In line with this philosophy, we are proud to sponsor events such as the Administrative Education Forum which bring together the industry's key decision makers to share best practice initiatives in building a more sustainable education system and delivering service excellence in the sector.''

Ever since it was established, Bank Sohar has demonstrated its support towards the development of the education sector in Oman.<


Oman- Bank Sohar sponsors three-day ‘Administrative Education Forum'

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