Education Ministry launches unified portal for public services

Education Ministry launches unified portal for public services

By QLNews

In line with Qatar’s e-government strategy for digital transformation, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MoEHE) has introduced a unified portal for public services.

This follows the Ministry’s earlier initiative to offer equivalency certificates for school diplomas online.

The dedicated portal will be beneficial to the citizens, residents and other stakeholders as it will provide quick and hassle-free services through a unified window.

According to Qatar News Agency, the Ministry is focusing on unifying all its electronic services under one umbrella under an ambition to establish a comprehensive and integrated online services system.

His Excellency the Undersecretary of the MoEHE Dr Ibrahim bin Saleh Al Nuaimi said the launch of this portal builds on the Ministry’s efforts to upgrade its services in line with Qatar’s e-government strategy.

The portal seeks to offer ease-of-access to services at any given time from any location, he mentioned.

He further revealed that the portal will offer a host of services that will be made available to the public over multiple stages.

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