Bank Muscat, the flagship monetary solutions provider in the sultanate, in step with its vision ‘To serve you better, everyday’ and commitment to partnership in sustainable improvement, joined the annual Teachers Day celebrations organised by the Ministry of Education below the auspices H E Abdul Aziz bin Mohammed al Rawas, advisor to His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said for Cultural affairs, in the presence of H E Dr Madeeha bint Ahmed bin Nassir al Shaibaniyah, Minister of Education, and Abdul Razak Ali Issa, chief executive of Bank Muscat.
A quantity of outstanding teachers have been felicitated on the occasion. The Ministry of Education introduced a new award to honour outstanding teachers in the category of science and technologies projects. The bank, in recognition of the significance of scientific and technological education in schools, supported the initiative.
Issa stated, “Bank Muscat is pleased to co-operate with the Ministry of Education in supporting distinguished teachers with the award to promote scientific and technology projects. Aimed at promoting education and supporting the future generations, Bank Muscat and the Ministry of Education has a framework of partnership complementing the learning experience of school students and motivating the teacher community. The partnership comes within the framework of joint co-operation between the public and private sectors in order to contribute and support the development of the community. Aimed at achieving common goals in sustainable development, the initiative stems from the bank’s commitment to the country’s future generations.”
Bank Muscat has adopted a series of measures to help neighborhood activities complementing the progressive march of the nation. The bank remains committed to shouldering its developmental and social responsibilities inside the framework of co-operation and co-ordination with all segments of society, specifically youth who represent the country’s future. The bank seizes each chance to contribute to Oman’s future by investing in sectors such as education, nurturing talent which is the genuine wealth of the nation.
Targetting college students, who represent the future of Oman, the bank, in association with the Ministry of Education, has launched ‘Little Investor’ programme aimed at creating a healthful savings habit and entrepreneurial expertise from an early age. The programme is a core element of the Imprints CSR initiative launched by the bank. In the initial phase, the programme exceeded the target of five,000 students in Muscat and Batinah governorates. The ongoing programme aimed at offering instruction in the fundamentals of monetary literacy.
Information Source: Muscat Daily