DPS Jeddah students shine in CBSE exams

Updated 07 June 2012
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DPS Jeddah students shine in CBSE exams

The students of Al-Falah International School, DPS Jeddah, has once again come out in flying colors in the recently announced CBSE Grade 10 and 12 examinations results.
Of the 55 students who appeared for the Grade 10 examinations, Darshan Udyavar, Narmit Swetal, Kashif Shuja Shahidi, Maniza Khan, Ayesha Ahmed, Asma Ansari, Nadha K Neelambra, Maria Christy Joshy, Rimsha Afnan, Juveria Asif and Saherish Farhan, scored a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 10. Eleven students scored a CGPA of 10 and 22 scored 9 or above while 12 students scored 8 0r above. Likewise, students who appeared for the Grade 12 examinations, have made it successfully with Mohammed Ammaar Khan of science stream scoring 94.6 percent marks. Pottabathini Swathi followed him with 94 percent marks.
Expressing happiness over the result, the director of the school Zia Nadvi and the academic director Humaira Naseem extended their heartfelt felicitations to the students and their teachers, who he said have brought laurels to the school.
Reiterating his commitment to deliver quality education to the students, Nadvi said the school will endeavor to retain the spirit of excellence among the students to not only withstand the razor-edge competition of the contemporary times but to cut through it.


Saudi heritage chief launches Korean exhibition in Riyadh

Updated 19 December 2018
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Saudi heritage chief launches Korean exhibition in Riyadh

RIYADH: Prince Sultan bin Salman, the president of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage, officially opened an exhibition in Riyadh showcasing Korean history and culture. He was joined at the event by Professor Bae Kidong, the director general of the National Museum of Korea in Seoul, and Korean Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Jo Byung-Wook.
Titled “Korean History and Culture: an Enchanting Journey to the Korean Civilization,” the exhibition — which will be at the National Museum until March 7, 2019 and is the first of its kind in Saudi Arabia — features rare artifacts that showcase Korean archaeology, civilization and folklore, as well as a selection of exhibits from the Korean National Museum.
Prince Sultan said that such cooperation in the field of culture and archaeology is very important, especially since Korea has a great and ancient culture, and given its important relationship with Saudi Arabia through the years.
On behalf of the Korean government and people, Prof. Bae expressed his sincere appreciation to the Kingdom for hosting the exhibition.