Imdaad honours UAE's 12th grade top scorers
Students were presented with trophies commending their performance
Imdaad has awarded plaques of recognition to the UAE’s 12th grade students who achieved the highest scores for their academic performance during the school year 2013-2014.
In a ceremony conducted recently at the company’s offices in Dubai Festival City, Jamal Lootah, CEO, Imdaad, presented students Mariam Ali Ashour Murad (who obtained the highest grade of 99.2% in the literary section) and Ahmed Abdul Razzaq Metwally Chahine (who obtained the highest grade of 99.85% in the scientific section) with specially designed plaques commending their academic excellence.
“Imdaad has always been supportive of the country’s efforts continuing towards developing the education segment,” said Lootah. “In line with this commitment, we are proud to recognise the academic excellence achieved by these two students, Mariam Ali Ashour Murad and Ahmed Abdul Razzaq Metwally Chahine, who represent the future of the UAE.”
The ceremony also had in attendance senior Imdaad officials, family of the awardees and teachers from the schools they represent.
“Imdaad will remain steadfast in its commitment to support, provide assistance and fully recognise achievements made by deserving UAE students,” Lootah said. “This is our way of acknowledging the support that we have received from the local community.”