Sat. Mar 11th, 2023

The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) has issued new timetables and instructions during Ramadan for schools in Dubai.
According to their notification, schools must hold a maximum of five hours of classes during Ramadan and end before 12:00 p.m. m. on Fridays for Friday prayer.
In addition, fasting students will not be able to participate in Physical Education (PE) classes, if requested. In addition, homework and revisions will also be reduced so as not to overload students who fast during the holy month.
Ramadan will likely begin on March 23 in the United Arab Emirates, according to the International Astronomical Center (IAC). This date also aligns with the date announced by the Emirates Astronomical Society (EAS).

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