Education ministry kicked off plans to meet school furniture needs-Qbilat

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AMMAN — Secretary-General of the Ministry of Education for Administrative and Financial Affairs, Najwa Qbilat, stressed the need to make "utmost" efforts to produce furniture to meet the public schools' needs in the implementation of the ministry's plan to build 10,000 chairs for all student ages for the next academic year, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

Qbilat made the remarks at a tour to the ministry's Center for Lab Equipment and School Furniture Warehouses on Thursday to check on the facility's work mechanisms and suitability to the ministry's plans and to review preparations for the next academic year, to produce 4,000 seats at industrial schools.

During her visit to school chair maintenance and production workshops, she highlighted the importance of investing the available material and human resources in the "best" possible way.

She also urged concerted efforts to achieve the ministry's goals and development plans and to provide "appropriate" service and an educational environment for students.

The ministry owns a professional production base and all skilled workers, who have "high" technical expertise to produce school furniture according to the highest international standards, she said, stressing the ministry's keenness to make the chair design process suit students.

The ministry is working to purchase raw materials and manufacture school furniture in its facilities countrywide in support of vocational schools, which have highly qualified technical professional workers, according to Qbilat.

To date, the ministry's warehouses have completed the procedures for distributing 9,145 computer sets, 461 laptops, 162 interactive panels, 537 routers, and 686 printers to various educational directorates countrywide.

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