Called high Nassif, Thursday MP, Minister of Education to cancel the so-called (diverse education) which divided students fifth and sixth scientific between biological science and applied science, calling on the Minister of Higher Education to undo the decision to reduce the number of admissions in medical colleges by half.
Nassif said in a statement quoted its press office and received / scales News / copy of which was that "at a time when Iraqis are waiting for the reform of the educational system in Iraq, which is now require a number of positive changes and will enhance the level of our students and enhance their ambitions to achieve the best, came the division of the fifth and sixth students decision Scientific between BioScience and Applied Sciences within the so-called education diverse puts students and their parents in a circle of confusion. "
She explained that "this system has caused in a state of frustration among our students and make the sixth students in a constant state of panic even if their rates relatively high, demanded BioScience even if they got a rate Baltsain may accept in the College of Veterinary Medicine and deprived of Engineering Group, the science students Applied Vsasdmon climb catastrophic rates of acceptance of the engineering group as best we can the acceptance for them after they have been deprived of the medical group. "
She added that "the baccalaureate exam for students pan itself is a plight and Everyone dreams pass through at a high rate, but this ordeal has increased today after the difficult decision to become the sixth stage of the scientific game of chance will shatter the hopes and dreams of a lot of our students."
Nassif stressed the "need for the Ministry of Education and the concerned authorities to cancel this decision and restore things to normal, under any circumstances clemency students with exceptional circumstances, like other Iraqis."
On the other hand demanded Nassif, Minister of Higher Education "to back down from the decision to reduce the number of students admitted to medical schools in half."
She said, "If what some of the media in this regard is true, be sure to check from the Minister of Higher Education undo this decision, especially since Iraq is suffering mainly from a lack of medical staff in light of the current circumstances" .anthy 29 quarters e
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