The Ministry of Education has determined the mechanism for assigning the specialized agency to designate holders of a university degree or a professional or technical institute certificate from the educational specializations accepted by it.
The ministry indicated in a statement that SANA received a copy of it today that the mechanism includes the aforementioned to be appointed as a "teaching agent" with a full teaching quorum for the minimum wage for his category in order to fill educational vacancies and achieve the principle of quality in education, calling on its directorates in the governorates to give priority to assignment to a licensed university graduate. With a quorum of "19 teaching sessions" and a graduate of the intermediate or technical institute corresponding to the major, with a quorum of "22 classes."
The Ministry indicated that the person assigned to the specialized agency treats the same as the original teacher or teacher in terms of calculating the hours in excess of the quorum assigned to him. It is also permissible to complete the mandate's quorum with courses close to his specialization, provided that the majority of the hours assigned to him are within his competence.
The ministry stated that it is permissible to assign a specialized agency for drawing materials, English language and music in the first stage of basic education with a full quorum.
The Ministry of Education pointed out the necessity of observing the laws and regulations for the taxpayers in terms of age, as it is not permissible to assign those under the age of 18 years and to be non-workers, indicating that the agents of the retired receive from the Ministry of Education or other public bodies the difference in the salary and the ceiling of the category.
The ministry also specified the papers required for appointment, which are "a certified copy of the personal identity and a certified copy of the university or institute's qualification and two non-governmental and non-employee documents from the general registry of workers in the state."