KHDAKnowledge and Human Development Authority (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
KHDAKentucky Health Departments Association (est. 1984)
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The South Australian government and KHDA are committed to working together in coming years to build upon this foundation.
Khalfan Belhoul, CEO of Dubai Future Accelerators, said, "With education being one of the strategic sectors in the UAE, it was a pleasure to host Educhain as the first blockchain startup with the KHDA, and it is exciting to see such early progress with multiple partnerships signed over the course of the program.
KHDA director-general Dr Abdullah Al Karam discussed the rise of AI in his keynote address to the organisation's What Works conference at Emirates Aviation University.
She said: "DBS has received a notification from the KHDA advising us of the new regulations.
Hind Al Mula, Head of Community Participation in KHDA told Al Bayan that 300 graduate students have applied to join and benefit from the Scholarship programme, and that all of them were audited to check if they adhere to the admission requirements which includes; the students has be an Emirati and have a GPA of no less than 70%.
We are very happy that the KHDA has agreed to let us continue with the old calendar.
We welcome the new laboratories as another step towards grooming future scientists and scholars," added Amal Belhasa, executive director, KHDA.
The director-general of KHDA, Dr Abdullah Al Karam, said that the KHDA has a policy where schools, that have scored 'weak', are not allowed to expand until they improve their ratings.
However, based on KHDA approvals, schools may extend or reduce winter break (four weeks or two weeks).
The success of the program is a testament to the foresight and leadership of Dubai as an innovation hub, and we are very excited to collaborate with the KHDA and contribute towards shaping the future of education.
It is admirable that the KHDA is looking into this to prevent some dubious charges that a minority of schools may be trying to levy to generate extra revenue.
By 2020 we expect to see 110 new or expanded schools in Dubai providing seats for around 360,000 students," said Amal Bel Hasa, Acting Chief of Regulation and permit commission, KHDA.