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for its high activation of the Virtual Learning Platform features during the first Semester of the year
MSQPS family expresses its warmest congratulations to its 10th batch - Class of 2020 - graduates for their great success and excellence in academic performance, wishing them all a bright, successful future.
MSQPS is proud to announce that its participating students in the National Youth Program for Skills Development have excelled in the program to reach the Final (Third) Stage of Basics of Programming using the Paython Language along with 200 programmers from Youth Level (Nashia Scheme) participating from the Sultanate's Government and Private Schools. It's worth to mention that the initial participants in the program included 15,000 youth from all over the Sultanate, exposed to various program skills of e-learning, computer science, Python Programming, etc.
All participants went through an evaluation process of their projects in three stages to reach the Final stage, where 200 participants were selected to get the chance to be on the campus of the German University of Technology in Oman (GUtech) in the Muscat Governorate for two weeks in July 2020 in order to learn and compete in the Final Stage. The Scheme is designed and organized by the Diwan of Royal Court with the aim of developing 4th Industrial Revolution skills for Oman's youth. For more information about the National Youth Program for Skills Development visit the following website: https://www.youth.om.
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Academic Year 2019/2020 is ended on 7 May 2020 as per the Higher Supreme Council decision. We thank all MSQPS students, parents,and teaching and Admin faculty for their hard work and positive participation during the Distance Learning period.
The school took an early initiative to start distance learning for students straight after the Higher Council decision to suspend schools on 15 Mar 2020 due to Covid-19 Pendamic around the world. All students and teachers actively and successfully participated in the distance learning approach with the aim of continuous learning throughout the Pendamic situation.