El-Dabaa Nuclear School student achieves an advanced position in the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship representing Egypt with 5 others in the global competition in the United States of America, by the participation of 119 countries


El-Dabaa Nuclear School student achieves an advanced position in the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship representing Egypt with 5 others in the global competition in the United States of America, by the participation of 119 countries

Amr Shehata, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education in Matrouh Governorate, said ” the ministry announced the names of the winning students in the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship who are qualified to represent Egypt in the global competition in the United States of America.” The qualifying competition was organized by the General Administration of E-Learning in the Quality and Information Technology Sector, in cooperation with Certiport Inc., the main organizer of the competition, and under the sponsorship of Dr. Tarek Shawqy, Minister of Education.
El-Dabaa Nuclear Energy Vocational School’s student Hussein Waleed Hussein Zaki made a great achievement by being chosen among the top 6 participants  in that scientific competition in which 3500 students from all governorates participated.
The Undersecretary added that this major scientific competition took place under the framework of the Ministry’s interest in preparing a conscious generation capable of taking  responsibility,  being aware of the  demands of the current era  and keeping pace with technological development.
The competition was organized  in three stages, the first (preliminary) stage, nearly 3,500 students participated from all the governrates  who were trained on the applied programs in the competition, and in the second stage, the best 2000 students were selected, and then  130 students were filtered after passing the required exams, and finally  stating  that the best selection was announced for  6 students, including the son of Matrouh Governorate, to represent the Arab Republic of Egypt in the international competition, where 119 countries are participating  this year and its activities  in the United States of America.

 

Last Updated on June 24, 2022