MILSET Asia announces winners of 10th Kuwait school competition

Asia’s Regional Office of the International Movement for Leisure Activities in Science and Technology (MILSET Asia) announced the results of the 10th annual Kuwait school competition in electrical installations, co-organized by the Ministry of Education and a group of volunteer engineers from the Ministry of Electricity, Water and Renewable Energy.

The office added in a press statement Wednesday that first place was won by Saif Al-Dawla, while Ibn Al-Nafis ranked second place, and Abdullah bin Amer won the third spot, all three of them are middle school for boys.

MILSET Asia Regional Director Dawood Al-Ahmad said, according to the statement, that this year’s competition “Electrical installations are science and skills” included competitive stages within schools to choose the team that represents the school in the competition, in addition to training hours and practical workshops inside the MILSET office.

Al-Ahmad was happy to continue the competition in its tenth year in a row, adding that it aims to support activity programs within schools to develop students’ capabilities and enhance their skills in the field of handicrafts and help students discover their inclinations and desires through the practice of manual work.

The competition also aims to provide participating students with a set of values such as rationalization of consumption, especially electric energy, organization, arrangement and planning, as well as enhancing communication skills in the work environment within a collaborative team to enhance self-reliance, he explained.

MLSET is a global organization for investing leisure time in science and technology, founded in 1987 in Quebec city during the first international scientific forum with the aim of contributing to the development of scientific and technical culture among youngsters through the practice of qualitative experimental scientific activities.

Source: Kuwait News Agency