First examination in mother tongue in Cizre Region
Students at secondary schools and high schools in Cizre region will experience examinations in their mother language for the first time after Syrian revolution.
10 years after the Syrian revolution, the students at secondary schools and high schools in Cizre region will be examined in their mother language for the first time. This step has a historical importance for Rojava people. The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria Educational Committee announced that the examinations will be held on June 6.
Examination centers in Qamishlo and Heseke were also determined. The students to take exams in mother language for the first time feel excited.
Ruken Necar, spokeswoman of Heseke Examination Committee, spoke on the issue: “Examination centers have been established in Qamishlo, Girke Lege and Dirbesiye. Almost all of the students living in Heseke will be examined at the centers in the city. Only students living in Dirbesiye and Zirgan will take exam in Dirbesiye.”
She noted that students in Til Berak district of Qamishlo will take exam in Heseke.
Expressing that approximately 900 students live in Heseke, Ruken stated that majority of these students are Arab and Kurdish and there are about 500 students in secondary education level. She said, “In Dirbesiye, there are a total of 500 students in high-school and secondary education levels. We determined 5 centers for the examinations of these students.”
Ruken remarked that they took all kind of precautions to complete examination process properly and safely and wished exams in mother language to be beneficial for all students in the region.