Participants and participants in the recent Quran reading contest.

Doha: The Islamic Bank of Qatar (QIB) is sponsoring the Koran Reading Contest hosted by Ahmed Bin Mohamed Boys’ Secondary School for the third consecutive year.

The contest was conducted under the supervision of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education in collaboration with the Ministry of Elderly Islam. This year, 471 students from 191 schools of all ages, regardless of gender, participated.

The winners were commended at a recent ceremony held by the Assistant Secretary of Education, Maha al-Royli, of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education. It will be held in collaboration with Al Falah Primary School for Girls to hold the contest for the third consecutive year.

He stated that the purpose of the contest was to encourage students to learn the correct reading of the Quran and to develop their skills in vocal performance. Al Baker also praised the QIB’s sponsorship of the contest and the Bank’s important role in promoting valuable initiatives such as empowering students and developing skills that will be useful throughout their lives.

Regarding event sponsorship, Mashaal Abdulaziz Al Derham, Head of Corporate Communications and Quality Assurance at QIB, said: The purpose of Qatar National Vision 2030. This sponsorship helps build a talented generation who are loyal to their religion and proud of Islamic values. “

She added: “We are pleased with the student’s excellent participation in this contest and QIB promises to continue to strengthen its cooperation with the Ministry of Education in a similar program.”

Since its founding in 1982, QIB has played an important role in supporting social activities in a variety of areas, including education, health, sports, the environment and other social programs. As a leader of the Islamic bank and an active partner to continue to support the activities of the community, the bank excels at leading corporate social responsibility as part of its mission to support the community.

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