“Sharjah for Educational Excellence” Introduces New Mechanisms to Facilitate the Reception of Applications for Candidacy

The Sharjah Award for Educational Excellence, affiliated with the Sharjah Education Council, confirmed that the electronic portal for receiving applications for those who want to compete for the award categories was prepared by the development of the website, which was a qualitative addition to the award, in its policy aimed at facilitating the application process and nomination for all categories.

This comes after the award was intended to develop the award website www.award-shj.ae by creating new subscriber portal mechanisms such as file uploading, message uploading, reducing upload steps of evidence and working towards receiving all requirements, evaluation and arbitration processes to achieve a paperless award as it is an integrated website. The award strives to facilitate, develop and develop the highest standards of quality and excellence reach.

Director of the Sharjah Award for Educational Excellence, Alia Al Hosani, confirmed that the award is working on the ongoing development of its website. To contribute to communication with the educational field and work towards achieving its visions and policies in support of excellence in the educational process, a translation of the vision of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah.

She stated that the website provides an integrated view of the award, its importance and role, and is a basic reference for the award categories and criteria, as it guarantees comprehensive knowledge of the candidacy conditions, required attachments, application mechanisms and the award schedule.

Al-Hosani pointed out that the prize’s website is a pioneering step to create an environment that supports discrimination, and an effective and important factor in spreading the competitive culture and promoting positive trends to enhance the spirit of competition in encourage educational institutions.

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