Arabic local newspaper Aljarida reported thatIn a meeting within the “Open House” activities, the Indian ambassador to Kuwait Seppy George reassured Indian students at the secondary level that full coordination is taking place with the Kuwaiti authorities regarding the final exams.
George said, in a speech addressed to the twelfth grade students and their families: “I heard from many of you, your families, and your teachers about the tension and anxiety that many of you face due to the uncertainty about the final exams this year,” indicating his understanding of the feelings of tension that precede these exams, Which resulted from circumstances beyond everyone’s control.
He stressed “not to be concerned about these factors”, calling on students to “leave your concerns and concerns to our embassy and to the Central Council for Secondary Education CBSE and the administration and directors of our schools, and I promise you that we will do our best to deal with your concerns, and in this regard, we are working closely with the Kuwaiti authorities.”
He continued: “As a parent, I know how important this stage is to you, especially for those studying in the twelfth grade, and who will face final board exams. I would like to commend each of you for the extraordinary courage and resilience that you all have shown to face the challenges resulting from the unprecedented situation of the Corona epidemic. ”