Iisd Holiday Assignment 2013

1. Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia – The Eastern Province is the largest province of Saudi Arabia by area. The provinces capital is the city of Dammam, which hosts the majority of the regions population, the Eastern Province is the third most populous province in Saudi Arabia, after Makkah and Riyadh. Dammam is the provinces most populous city, and the sixth most populous city in the country, the current governor of the Eastern Province is Prince Saud Bin Naif. The Eastern Province is home to most of Saudi Arabias oil production, the region is also home of the City of Jubail, which hosts the Jubail Industrial City, a global hub for chemical industries. It is also a tourist area because of its location on the coast of the Persian Gulf, and proximity to the other Arab states of the Persian Gulf, the Eastern Province borders the Persian Gulf, which contains the provinces only maritime boundary and borders 5 countries on land. Apart from this water border, the majority of the countries that the Eastern Province borders are on land, and those are, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the largely uninhabited Rub al Khali desert occupies more than half of the province. The Saudis of Najd gained control of the area after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the inhabited areas had been known as Al-Ahsa under Ottoman rule, and the entire region of Eastern Arabia was mostly known as Bahrân from pre-Islamic times until 1521. In 2009 Nimr al-Nimr suggested the Eastern Province should secede if the Saudi government does not cease to oppress, a Saudi oppositionist disclosed in 2013 that one of the reasons that Nimr was arrested was due to his advocacy of secession. He has since been executed due to claims of terrorism along with a number of other dissidents. According to a released by the Central Department of Statistics and Information. The Eastern Province is the third most populous province in Saudi Arabia, after Makkah, with a population of 903,000, Dammam is the most populous city in the province and the sixth most populous city in the country. The report also found that 23% of people who died or were injured in accidents in the Kingdom were from the Eastern Province. The government does not conduct census on religion in Saudi Arabia, Islam is the predominant religion overall in the country, however, Shiites are primarily concentrated in the Eastern Province. Also, there are many religious, most of them non-citizen who are working in the oil companies. However, there are no official statistics from the government that shows the sectarian distribution, the official language of Saudi Arabia is Arabic. The three main regional variants spoken by Saudis are Hejazi Arabic, Najdi Arabic, and Gulf Arabic, there are approximately 2 million Gulf Arabic speakers in Saudi Arabia, and the dialect is only spoken in the Eastern Province. The remaining Arabic speakers in the province one of the other two dialects, more commonly the Najdi dialect. Saudi Sign Language is the language of the deaf community

2. International Indian School, Riyadh – The International Indian School, Riyadh or Embassy of India School, Riyadh, an English medium school, is one of the largest Indian schools with close to 9500 students. The students are known as iisrians. To comply with national policies in Saudi Arabia, boys. Prior to that, students up to primary grades were placed under coeducation system, the present Boys school functioned as the only campus till a second premises 5 km away on Khurais Road was started to accommodate girl students. The Boys School is located in Rawdah district at the intersection of Khurais Road, the school has its own fleet of buses to transport students and staff from home to school and back, as well as private buses. The Girls School is presently located at Al Farazdaq Rd, Malaz district since 2011, the earlier location at Khurais road about 5 km away from the Boys School. The girls school is spread over 921600 square meters and includes 120 class rooms, the school has its own fleet of buses to transport students and staff from home to school and back, as well as private buses. The school has a Principal, Vice-Principal & two Vice-Principals and a seven-member Managing Committee, the schools patron is Shri Ahmad Javed, current Indian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia. Mr. Parker and Mr. Mohammed were the first and second principals respectively when the school was located at the old airport road, Mr. Siddiqi of Hyderabad was the third principal of the school when the school was based in Sulaimaniya. Prior to this Mr. Siddiqi had been the principal of Embassy of Indian School, Dr. Afsar Khan was the fourth principal of the school and remained at the helm of its affairs till 2000. During his reign, the school grew from a strength of 1600 to a strength of 8500, prior to this assignment, he was the Principal of Indian School in Salalah and had previously served as the Principal of Model High School, Aurangabad for 5 years. In 2000, Mr. Manzar Jamal Siddiqui, an alumnus of Aligarh Muslim University, was appointed as the school principal, Mr. Siddiqui started his career as a postgraduate chemistry teacher at Syedna Tahir Saifuddin High School, Aligarh Muslim University in 1975 and served as Principal. In late 2011, he reached the retirement age of 60 years and asked to be relieved so that he could go back to India. The current principal is Dr. Shaukat Parvez, before joining the school in 2011, he served as the Principal of International Indian School Tabuk for 6 years. Dr. Perwez started his career as a lecturer at M. R. S. M. He had worked as a teacher in Biology and Section Supervisor at IIS Riyadh for 13 years before leaving for IIS Tabuk. Mr. Tauheed Ahmad Siddiqui is the Vice Principal, Mrs. Meera Rehman is the Vice Principal of the boys section, the school serves Kindergarten and Grades 1 through 12. The grades are grouped into sections Kindergarten, pre-primary, primary, middle, secondary, the school has been following a semester pattern of exams since 2008 before which a trimester pattern was followed

3. International Indian School Jeddah – On the encouragement of the local Indian community, Rafiuddin S. Fazulbhoy started the school on a small scale in 1969. It was then called Embassy of India School, Jeddah, the construction of the present girls section started in 1982 with the foundation stone laid by Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and was completed in 1984. The construction of section was started in 1992 and completed in 1994. As of 2011, the school more than 12,000 students. Later on another building was added for KG Section in 2011, the Indian Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the Patron of the school. The Indian Consulate oversees the functioning of the school through an Observer in the rank of a Consul, the administration of the school is carried out by the Chairman and five members of the Managing Committee. The school offers five subjects for primary and secondary levels to prepare the students for AISSE examinations, in senior secondary Humanities, Commerce and Science are offered as course streams. The optional subjects include Mathematics, Computer Science, Informatics, Home Science, Physical Education, Biology, the school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi under the Affiliation Number 5730001. The CBSE School Code is 72562 and it is also a CBSE Examination Centre with Centre Code 8807. The founder of the school, Dr. Rafiuddin Fazulbhoy, was awarded Pravasi Bhartiya Samman, highest honour conferred on overseas Indians, List of schools by country List of schools in Saudi Arabia Official website

4. Central Board of Secondary Education – The Central Board of Secondary Education is a Board of Education for public and private schools, under the Union Government of India. Central Board of Secondary Education has asked all schools affiliated to follow only NCERT curriculum, the first education board to be set up in India was the Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education in 1921, which was under jurisdiction of Rajputana, Central India and Gwalior. In 1929, the government of India set up a joint Board named Board of High School and Intermediate Education and this included Ajmer, Merwara, Central India and Gwalior. Later it was confined to Ajmer, Bhopal and Vindhya Pradesh, in 1952, it became the Central Board of Secondary Education. CBSE affiliates all Kendriya Vidyalayas, all Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools, Jain International Residential School, Bangalore Jain Heritage School, Bangalore CBSE conducts the final examinations for Class 10 and Class 12 every year in the month of March. The results are announced by the end of May, the board earlier conducted the AIEEE Examination for admission to undergraduate courses in engineering and architecture in colleges across India. However the AIEEE exam was merged with the IIT-Joint Entrance Exam in 2013, the common examination is now called JEE. CBSE also conducts AIPMT for admission to medical colleges in India. In 2014, the conduct of the National Eligibility Test for grant of junior research fellowship, apart from these tests, CBSE also conducts the central teachers eligibility test and the Class X optional proficiency test. With the addition of NET in 2014, the CBSE has become the largest exam conducting body in the world

5. Dammam – Dammam is the capital of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. The judicial and administrative bodies of the province, plus several government departments, are located in the city, Dammam is the largest city in the Eastern Province, and the sixth largest in Saudi Arabia, after Riyadh, Jeddah, Mecca, Medina and Taif. Like the other 12 regional capitals of Saudi Arabia, Dammam is not included within any governorate, instead, Dammam is a major administrative center for the Saudi oil industry. Dammam and its suburbs form the center of the Dammam metropolitan area, also known as Greater Dammam, which is linked to the city through social, economic. The city is growing at an exceptionally fast rate of 12% a year - the fastest in Saudi Arabia, the Gulf Cooperation Council, as of 2016 Greater Dammam is the 4th largest area in both size and population in the Gulf Cooperation Council. Dammams King Abdul Aziz Sea Port is the largest on the Persian Gulf and its import-export traffic in is second only to Jeddah Seaport in the Middle East and North Africa. The origins of the name Dammam are disputed, some say that it is onomatopoeic and was given to the area because of a drum positioned in a nearby keep, which was sounded to alert the residents of returning fishermens ships. Others say that the name comes from the Arabic word dawwama, Dammam was first inhabited by Al Bin Ali is from the original tribe Al Utabi descendent from Bani Sulaim the tribe that conquered Bahrain and fought against the British Empire. This tribe is of Al Maadeed known for their courage, strength, however this tiny episode gave to Khobar a population boost and close ties with the bigger city of Dammam. When the modern Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was founded in 1932, over a span of a little more than half a century, the area has developed into a thriving hub of industry, commerce and science, and home to more than a million people. The areas transformation was launched with the discovery of oil in commercial quantities,7 well that proved beyond doubt that the Kingdom possessed a large supply of hydrocarbons. The discovery of new oil fields to the south, west and north of Dammam in the 1940s and 1950s, which now account for a quarter of the worlds proven oil reserves, triggered a building boom. The Albinali Family, led by Sheikh Muhammad Nasir Albinali and Brothers played a role in the development of the city of Dammam. This company was the first Saudi construction company to develop Aramco and this in turn led to expatriates and technicians from throughout the kingdom and the world gathering to help search for new oil fields and bring them on-stream. New pipelines had to be installed, storage facilities built and jetties constructed to handle tankers, the growing number of experts working in Dhahran required the building of housing, hospitals, schools for their children and other amenities. Before long, Dhahran, the headquarters of Saudi Aramco. The growth of the oil industry in the region had a impact on the small fishing village of Dammam. Located to the east of Dhahran on the Persian Gulf coast, Al-Khobar briefly became the shipping point for Saudi Arabian crude oil to the refinery in Bahrain

6. Al-Khobar – Al-Khobar is a large city located in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the coast of the Persian Gulf. It is one of the largest cities in the Gulf Cooperation Council, Al Khobar, Dammam, and Dhahran are part of the Dammam metropolitan area, the 3rd largest metropolitan area in Saudi Arabia with an estimated population of over 4,100,000 as of 2012. All three urban centers are served by the King Fahd International Airport which is the largest airport in the world, together, they are often known as The Triplet Cities by many natives and locals. Dammam, Dhahran and Al Khobar are less than 15 km apart and form one metropolitan area, many of Al Khobars residents work for Saudi Aramco, the worlds largest oil company, Al Khobar also hosts many regional and international companies. Traditionally, Khobar has also been a city of shopkeepers and merchants, Al Khobar today has many skyscrapers, with more under construction. In earlier days, Khobar was a port on the Persian Gulf coast. With the discovery of oil in the 1930s, it was transformed into a commercial and shopping center and an industrial port. In modern times, the port of Dammam has taken over most commercial shipping activities for the Eastern Province. As a result, Khobar has transformed and extended its front along the Persian Gulf into a corniche with parks, eateries. In 1996, the Khobar Towers, a US Air Force housing complex, was bombed by militants aided by Iran, killing 19 US servicemen, Khobar is served by King Fahd International Airport northwest of Dammam, the driving distance from the terminal to Khobar city is 50 km. Al-Khobar hosts King Fahd Causeway, which links Saudi Arabia to Bahrain. Al Khobar also features the Water Tower which is situated in a man made peninsula in the al khobar water front, the first school in Khobar was established in 1942. Today, Khobar is home to more than 100 public and private educational institutes, the International Indian School, Dammam is one of the worlds largest Indian schools, with more than 17000 students. Countries such as Pakistan and Bangladesh also operate their own schools, the city hosts several shopping centers including, Alissa Souk, Rahmaniah Center, Lulu Hypermarket, Al Gosaibi Center, Khobar Mall, Fanar Mall and Al Rashid Mall. The Half Moon Beach and Khobar Corniche are tourist attractions in Khobar, people from the neighboring GCC states and Riyadh visit the city to do activities such as fishing, scuba diving and other water sports. Khobar has a climate, with very hot, humid summers. Its average annual temperature is 33 °C during the day and 22 °C at night, in the coldest month – January, the temperature typically ranges from 12 to 22 °C during the day to 3 to 18 °C at night. In the warmest month, June, the temperature ranges from 36 to 50 °C during the day to about 33 °C at night. Generally – the summer / holiday season lasts about six months, two months – April and November – are transitional, sometimes the temperature exceeds 48 °C, with temperatures ranging from 37–50 °C during the day and 24–36 °C at night

7. Saudi Arabia – Saudi Arabia is bordered by Jordan and Iraq to the north, Kuwait to the northeast, Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates to the east, Oman to the southeast and Yemen to the south. It is separated from Israel and Egypt by the Gulf of Aqaba and it is the only nation with both a Red Sea coast and a Persian Gulf coast and most of its terrain consists of arid desert and mountains. The area of modern-day Saudi Arabia formerly consisted of four regions, Hejaz, Najd and parts of Eastern Arabia. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was founded in 1932 by Ibn Saud and he united the four regions into a single state through a series of conquests beginning in 1902 with the capture of Riyadh, the ancestral home of his family, the House of Saud. Saudi Arabia has since been a monarchy, effectively a hereditary dictatorship governed along Islamic lines. The ultraconservative Wahhabi religious movement within Sunni Islam has been called the predominant feature of Saudi culture, with its global spread largely financed by the oil and gas trade. Saudi Arabia is sometimes called the Land of the Two Holy Mosques in reference to Al-Masjid al-Haram and Al-Masjid an-Nabawi, the state has a total population of 28.7 million, of which 20 million are Saudi nationals and 8 million are foreigners. The states official language is Arabic, petroleum was discovered on 3 March 1938 and followed up by several other finds in the Eastern Province. Saudi Arabia has since become the worlds largest oil producer and exporter, controlling the second largest oil reserves. The kingdom is categorized as a World Bank high-income economy with a high Human Development Index and is the only Arab country to be part of the G-20 major economies. However, the economy of Saudi Arabia is the least diversified in the Gulf Cooperation Council, the state has attracted criticism for its treatment of women and use of capital punishment. Saudi Arabia is an autocracy, has the fourth highest military expenditure in the world. Saudi Arabia is considered a regional and middle power, in addition to the GCC, it is an active member of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and OPEC. Following the unification of the Hejaz and Nejd kingdoms, the new state was named al-Mamlakah al-ʻArabīyah as-Suʻūdīyah by royal decree on 23 September 1932 by its founder, Abdulaziz Al Saud. Although this is translated as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in English it literally means the Saudi Arab kingdom. Its inclusion expresses the view that the country is the possession of the royal family. Al Saud is an Arabic name formed by adding the word Al, meaning family of or House of, in the case of the Al Saud, this is the father of the dynastys 18th century founder, Muhammad bin Saud. There is evidence that human habitation in the Arabian Peninsula dates back to about 125,000 years ago

8. Riyadh – Riyadh is the capital and most populous city of Saudi Arabia. It is also the capital of Riyadh Province and belongs to the regions of Najd. It is situated in the center of the Arabian Peninsula on a large plateau, the current mayor of Riyadh is Ibrahim Mohammed Al-Sultan. He was appointed mayor in 2015 and it has been designated a global city. During the Pre-Islamic era the city at the site was called Hajr, Hajr served as the capital of the province of Al Yamamah, whose governors were responsible for most of central and eastern Arabia during the Umayyad and Abbasid eras. Al-Yamamah broke away from the Abbasid Empire in 866 and the area fell under the rule of the Ukhaydhirites, the city then went into a long period of decline. In the 14th century, North African traveller Ibn Battuta wrote of his visit to Hajr, describing it as the city of Al-Yamamah. Later on, Hajr broke up several separate settlements and estates. The most notable of these were Migrin and Mikal, though the name Hajr continued to appear in local folk poetry, the earliest known reference to the area by the name Riyadh comes from a 17th-century chronicler reporting on an event from the year 1590. In 1737, Deham ibn Dawwas, a refugee from neighboring Manfuha, Ibn Dawwas built a single wall to encircle the various quarters of Riyadh, making them effectively a single town. In 1744, Muhammad ibn Abdel Wahhab formed an alliance with Muhammad ibn Saud, Ibn Saud then set out to conquer the surrounding region with the goal of bringing it under the rule of a single Islamic state. Ibn Dawwas of Riyadh led the most determined resistance, allied forces from Al Kharj, Al Ahsa. However, Ibn Dawwas fled and Riyadh capitulated to the Saudis in 1774, ending years of wars. The First Saudi State was destroyed by forces sent by Muhammad Ali of Egypt, Ottoman forces razed the Saudi capital Diriyah in 1818. They had maintained a garrison at Najd and this marked the decline of the House of Saud for a short time. In 1823, Turki ibn Abdallah chose Riyadh as the new capital, following the assassination of Turki in 1834, his eldest son Faisal killed the assassin and took control, and refused to be controlled by the Viceroy of Egypt. Najd was then invaded and Faisal taken captive and held in Cairo, in 1889, Abdul Rahman bin Faisal, the third son of Faisal again regained control over Najd and ruled till 1891, where after the control was regained by Muhammad bin Raschid. Internecine struggles between Turkis grandsons led to the fall of the Second Saudi State in 1891 at the hand of the rival Al Rashid clan, the al-Masmak fort dates from that period

9. Jeddah – Jeddah is a city in the Hijaz Tihamah region on the coast of the Red Sea and is the major urban center of western Saudi Arabia. It is the largest city in Makkah Province, the largest sea port on the Red Sea, with a population currently at 4.2 million people, Jeddah is an important commercial hub in Saudi Arabia. Jeddah is the gateway to Mecca, Islams holiest city. It is also a gateway to Medina, the second holiest place in Islam, economically, Jeddah is focusing on further developing capital investment in scientific and engineering leadership within Saudi Arabia, and the Middle East. Jeddah was independently ranked fourth in the Africa – Mid-East region in terms of innovation in 2009 in the Innovation Cities Index, Jeddah is one of Saudi Arabias primary resort cities and was named a Gamma world city by the Globalization and World Cities Study Group and Network. Given the citys proximity to the Red Sea, fishing. The city has been labeled as different by the majority of Saudis in an effort to promote tourism in the city, historically, Jeddah has been well known for its legendary money changers. The largest of said money changers at the time eventually founded Saudi Arabias first bank, there are at least two explanations for the etymology of the name Jeddah, according to Jeddah Ibn Al-Qudaaiy, the chief of the Qudaa clan. The more common account has it that the name is derived from جدة Jaddah, according to eastern folk belief, the tomb of Eve, considered the grandmother of humanity, is located in Jeddah. The tomb was sealed with concrete by religious authorities in 1975 due to some Muslims praying at the site, Ibn Battuta, the Berber traveler, visited Jeddah during his world trip. He wrote the name of the city into his diary as Jiddah, the British Foreign Office and other branches of the British government used the older spelling of Jedda, contrary to other English-speaking usage, but in 2007, it changed to the spelling Jeddah. T. E. Lawrence felt that any transcription of Arabic names into English was arbitrary, in his book, Revolt in the Desert, Jeddah is spelled three different ways on the first page alone. On official Saudi maps and documents, the city name is transcribed Jeddah, some historians trace its founding to the tribe of Bani Qudaah, who inhabited it after the collapse of Sad Marib in 115 BC. According to some accounts, the history of Jeddah dates back to times before Alexander the Great. The city of Jeddah was an important port during Nabataeans frankincense trade. The oldest Mashrabiya was found in dates back to pre Islamic era. Jeddah first achieved prominence around AD647, when the third Muslim Caliph, Uthman Ibn Affan, in AD703 Jeddah was briefly occupied by pirates from the Kingdom of Axum. Jeddah has been established as the city of the historic Hijaz province. In the 969 AD, the Fatimids from Algeria took control in Egypt from the Ikhshidid dynasty and expanded their empire to the regions, including The Hijaz

10. Pakistan International School Jeddah – Pakistan International School Jeddah or is an international school and college in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The school is one of the oldest in the city and was established by the Embassy of Pakistan to serve the Pakistani community living in Jeddah, often abbreviated as PISJ or also known as Pakistan Embassy School, the institution is run under the control of Embassy of Pakistan. The school is popular for its reputation so as its also a landmark in Jeddah. From 1959 to 1984 PISJ was located in Baghdaadiya, the school was established to serve the children of the Pakistani expatriate community living in Jeddah and adjacent cities. It has a student body of more than 10,000, the school operates two shifts – a morning shift comprising middle, secondary and higher-secondary classes and an afternoon shift comprising preparatory and primary school. The primary medium of instruction is English, Urdu and Sindhi-medium tracks are available till secondary level. The school has two wings, one for boys and the other for girls, a connecting building houses the administrative offices. The school has an auditorium with an occupancy of 300–500 people, there is an outdoor basketball court located between the two wings. The girls wing also offers private BA degrees in limited subjects affiliated with the University of Karachi, the schools satellite branch, the Pakistan International School, Jeddah, is located in the Ar-Rehab District of Jeddah. This branch is known as PISJ English Section, and is independent of its parent school. The School functions in accordance with the rules and regulations set by the Ministry of Education, the operational activities of the school are carried out under the supervision of the Principal of the school. The Primary Section- headed by Headmistress- comprises classes Prep to IV for Girls, the Secondary Sections - headed by Vice Principal - comprise class V to XII for Girls and class VI to XII for Boys. In administration, the School has a Director Finance and an Administrative Officer, the Director Finance is overall in charge of all financial matters, whereas the Administrative Officer looks after the Personnel Section, the Transport Section and building maintenance. The old building is located in Baghdaadiya District near Balad and now its ruined, the new building became operational in 1984. It is located in Al-Aziziyah District 11, Jeddah, a new independent campus known as the English Section offering OLevel and ALevel was established in 1995. This branch is known as PISJ English Section, and is independent of its parent school. Different programmes are performed on both boys and girls section, due to the availability of one auditorium, boys and girls section have their functions on alternate days. The Consulate General is invited to the function as a chief guest,23 March,9 November,25 December are also celebrated in the school

11. Khobar – Al-Khobar is a large city located in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the coast of the Persian Gulf. It is one of the largest cities in the Gulf Cooperation Council, Al Khobar, Dammam, and Dhahran are part of the Dammam metropolitan area, the 3rd largest metropolitan area in Saudi Arabia with an estimated population of over 4,100,000 as of 2012. All three urban centers are served by the King Fahd International Airport which is the largest airport in the world, together, they are often known as The Triplet Cities by many natives and locals. Dammam, Dhahran and Al Khobar are less than 15 km apart and form one metropolitan area, many of Al Khobars residents work for Saudi Aramco, the worlds largest oil company, Al Khobar also hosts many regional and international companies. Traditionally, Khobar has also been a city of shopkeepers and merchants, Al Khobar today has many skyscrapers, with more under construction. In earlier days, Khobar was a port on the Persian Gulf coast. With the discovery of oil in the 1930s, it was transformed into a commercial and shopping center and an industrial port. In modern times, the port of Dammam has taken over most commercial shipping activities for the Eastern Province. As a result, Khobar has transformed and extended its front along the Persian Gulf into a corniche with parks, eateries. In 1996, the Khobar Towers, a US Air Force housing complex, was bombed by militants aided by Iran, killing 19 US servicemen, Khobar is served by King Fahd International Airport northwest of Dammam, the driving distance from the terminal to Khobar city is 50 km. Al-Khobar hosts King Fahd Causeway, which links Saudi Arabia to Bahrain. Al Khobar also features the Water Tower which is situated in a man made peninsula in the al khobar water front, the first school in Khobar was established in 1942. Today, Khobar is home to more than 100 public and private educational institutes, the International Indian School, Dammam is one of the worlds largest Indian schools, with more than 17000 students. Countries such as Pakistan and Bangladesh also operate their own schools, the city hosts several shopping centers including, Alissa Souk, Rahmaniah Center, Lulu Hypermarket, Al Gosaibi Center, Khobar Mall, Fanar Mall and Al Rashid Mall. The Half Moon Beach and Khobar Corniche are tourist attractions in Khobar, people from the neighboring GCC states and Riyadh visit the city to do activities such as fishing, scuba diving and other water sports. Khobar has a climate, with very hot, humid summers. Its average annual temperature is 33 °C during the day and 22 °C at night, in the coldest month – January, the temperature typically ranges from 12 to 22 °C during the day to 3 to 18 °C at night. In the warmest month, June, the temperature ranges from 36 to 50 °C during the day to about 33 °C at night. Generally – the summer / holiday season lasts about six months, two months – April and November – are transitional, sometimes the temperature exceeds 48 °C, with temperatures ranging from 37–50 °C during the day and 24–36 °C at night

12. Dhahran – Dhahran is a city located in Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia. It is an administrative center for the Saudi oil industry. Large oil reserves were first identified in the Dhahran area in 1931, Standard Oil later established a subsidiary in Saudi Arabia called the Arabian American Oil Company, now fully owned by the Saudi government and known as Saudi Aramco. Dhahran has been the home of Saudi Aramcos headquarters for 80 years and is its first and largest gated compound with more than 9,700 residents. Employees and dependents of Aramco, known as Aramcons, have a tendency to use Dhahran to solely refer to the Aramco camp while using Khobar and/or Dammam to refer to the area outside the camp, the Saudi Aramco Residential Camp makes up much of the city of Dhahran today. Dhahran is a distance west of downtown Khobar. It is about 15 kilometres south of Dammam, both are older Saudi port cities on the coast of the Persian Gulf. Looking farther afield, Dhahran is northeast of Abqaiq, and southeast of Qatif and, further north, Ras Tanura, the island of Bahrain is also within easy driving distance to the east, across the King Fahd Causeway, from Khobar. There are several landmarks in Dhahran City including KFUPM clock tower as well as Saudi Aramcos Al-Midra Tower. However the tallest buildings in Dhahran are currently the new Al-Othman twin towers which are located in the north east of the city near Al-Khobar. The patch of desert on which the city is built is hilly and rocky,7, Prosperity Well, the first commercially viable oil well in Saudi Arabia in the 1930s. This well was still in production 70 years later and this later led to the selection of two barren nearby hills as the place for Aramco to construct its headquarters. The Dhahran-Dammam area is one of two regions, the other being Jeddah, that were selected as potential sites to build the first Saudi nuclear reactor, dhahran’s climate is characterized by summers among the warmest and most humid in the world and virtually frost-free winters. Temperatures can rise to more than 40 °C in the summer, coupled with humidity as high as 85%, the highest recorded temperature in Dhahran is 51.1 °C. In winter, the temperature falls below −2 °C, with the lowest ever recorded being −5 °C in January 1964. Rain falls almost exclusively between the months of November and May, the Shamal winds usually blow across the city in the early months of the summer, bringing dust storms that can reduce visibility to a few metres. These winds can last for up to six months, on July 8,2003, the dew point was 35 °C while the temperature was 42 °C, resulting in a heat index of 79 °C, one of the highest heat indexes in the world. Dhahran was settled after 1938, the oil was discovered in the vicinity

13. Pakistan International School, Al-Khobar – The study curriculum of the school is based on that of Pakistani education standards. The School consists of a Boys and a Girls section, as of 2014, the student population consists of over 3000 children ranging from ages 5 to 20. It is a K-12 educational institution with a curriculum that has been gradually upgraded over the years. The school operates in two shifts of 0715–1235 hours and 1515–1945 hours. The school was founded as a small school in 1966 by Abbas Hussain Malik. With the oil boom in the Sixties, Saudi Arabia was becoming a nucleus of trade, Pakistani engineers, doctors and professionals from all walks of life were pouring in. But, in the absence of any Pakistani educational institution, they could not keep their families in Khobar, there was a pressing need for a school. At that juncture, Mr. Abbas Hussain Malik founded the Pakistan Community High School, the school has 2 campuses and 52 teachers as of 2014. Of the teachers present in the school, many have taught for well over 20 years. Most experienced teachers include Dr. Sarfraz Hussain, Riaz Virk, Javed Iqbal, Rizvi, Mansoor Jahan, all students join a house to ensure competition in activities. Pakistan International School has two wings, the beginners course starts from the Girls wing where children start their journey for quest of knowledge. Boys and Girls study from Kindergarten to Class III in the same wing, after their promotion to Class IV, the boys and girls join their respective wings. Junior school occupies central position in the set up of Pakistan International School. The students of the Junior school are assessed and promoted internally at the end of the Academic Year and it is, however, pertinent to note here that the Annual Examination is not the only criterion through which the progress and academic development of the students is assessed. Monthly Progress Report is sent at the end of each month, the teachers evaluation, monthly tests and the examinations are just a few of the yard sticks by which each student is assessed and evaluated. Parent/Teacher meetings are held twice in an Academic Year so that the parents can discuss their childs academic progress, extra-Curricular activities include competitions for Model making, Speech, Naat, Qirat, Essay writing. A sports day is held during winter in every year at Al-Nahda Club, sports day includes Musical chairs and a 100 metres sprint race. In case of the name being struck off from the rolls

14. Pakistan International School Buraydah – Pakistan International School Buraydah is one of the largest community-based schools in Saudi Arabia. It is located in Buraydah city of Al Gassim, Saudi Arabia and it is an International School, affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education of Islamabad and Cambridge Education Board UK. The Pakistan International School, Buraidah was founded in 1999 by the Pakistani community in the Al-Qassim region, the school is co-educational, though it is divided by gender and each division has its own head. It is supervised by its principal, who is supervised by an elected Management Committee, instruction is in English and its subject is national aspirations and Islamic ideology. Class Rooms Canteen Bookshop Good Faculty Annual Sports week, held every year after Annual Examination. The school is known for its tremendous marks in FBISE, the school has a good performance record of A+ grades in Matriculation exams. In 2013 a girl crossed the mark of 1000 securing 1002/1050 marks in SSC, the school is also popular for its result in Cambridge Examinations UK. Students have got marvellous result from this institution, the School currently ranks the highest marks scorer in FBISE in the whole overseas. Website, Official website Facebook, https, //m. facebook. com/pisbsa/ FBISE, Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad, Pakistan

15. Al-Jubail

Do you need help with with essay, research paper, homework or even dissertation?
Visit our website Where Can I Find Someone to Write My College Paper - https://goo.gl/HKbmHS (assignmenthelp24.com)

=================>>>CLICK HERE<<<=================
=================>>>CLICK HERE<<<=================
=================>>>CLICK HERE<<<=================

=================>>>GET ASSIGNMENT HELP<<<=================
=================>>>GET ASSIGNMENT HELP<<<=================
=================>>>GET ASSIGNMENT HELP<<<=================

dxtr illustration essay
comic essay topics
iisd holiday assignment class 1
article 2314 code civil explication essay
reassignment synonym
litterbugs essay contest
foxglove manor deed of assignment
roger scruton why beauty matters essay definition
the domain and range of a function homework online
frederick douglass narrative of the life summary essay
northern illinois university admissions essay
arcadia cover letter
mba essays india
replace in shell variable assignment
which person is customarily used in a research paper
essay edge.com
jacques ranciere bibliography apa
natalie dessay haendel
essay on old age homes wikipedia dictionary
example of thesis statement for essays
essay examples for Where Can I Find Someone to Write My College Paper middle school
changing face of terrorism essay topics
sample uva supplement essays
breast cancer research paper thesis samples
en1320 research paper
global warming essay titles on pride
example of nursing student cover letter
writing descriptive essay place
ponnala lakshmaiah mla bibliography
gmfrs critical thinking
altpreussische bibliography de mariama ba
free school homework passes
int213 assignment 1 skeletal system
picnic with my family essay examples
latest research papers in plant biotechnology course
ceramium rubrum classification essay
animal cruelty essay conclusion maker
essays on wisdom comes with age
a2 english literature coursework bookshelves
dr essay albany ny
your favourite food essay samples
pgce personal statement secondary physical education
appendix in apa 6 format bibliography
acknowledgement sample for student assignment sheets
ignou pgdt assignment 2011 super
dean s list cornell ilr essay
topics on psychology for a research paper
list of topics for compare and contrast essay example
street crime in pakistan essay in english
philosophy essay prompts for common
abstracts for research papers example
the person i admire the most essay mother
ltc broadening assignments
essay headings
humanness essay topics
class participation essays
organizational method for process analysis essay
personal essay for medical school
essay topics for persuasion by jane austen
essays on edward lear and nonsense
an artists personal statement ao3 down
best english words for essays
help me with my physical science homework
human genetic engineering essays
good introduction paragraph for a descriptive essay
Where Can I Find Someone to Write My College Paper preschool homework printable
essay about sea in tamil
short essay about the hunger games
sample cover letter for visa application germany
2cb rave experience essay
ipinagbabawal na gamot essay format
quality of friends essay
easy books to write essays on
apple monopoly research paper
good thesis statement comparison essay
peconic bay medical center residency personal statement
how do i find sources for a research paper
overpopulation a problem essay
persuasive essay topics about social media
essay about 2010 world cup
radar source evaluation assignment
ignou ms-03 solved assignment 2014 impala
gcse t - totals maths coursework
cornell graduate school dissertation
cover letter for second job
i graded your homework it was delicious in persian
literary analysis essay on pride and prejudice soundtrack
chateau de chaugy bessay akron
inner city youth violence essay
essay topics for ib exam 2012
animal testing argumentative essay conclusion
tennessee williams free essays
c sharp assignment operator in javascript
new product strategy at kellogg case study
life is like a rainbow essay
5rwm assignment submission
overcoming bias to learn about controversial topics for essays
comment aborder un sujet de dissertation
wssu admissions essay editing
reformation essay conclusion example
cal state admission essay prompt
georgetown short Where Can I Find Someone to Write My College Paper essay word limit
Where Can I Find Someone to Write My College Paper bibtex example revtex bibliography
true love Where Can I Find Someone to Write My College Paper wait essay about myself
little women essay questions
in an ideal world essay contest
essay background statement
boston college essay college confidential
how to write a good introduction for persuasive essays
thesis compare contrast research paper
research paper works cited example internet
book reference for bibliography
personal essay for job application
essay on making school education stress free
missing values are not allowed in subscripted assignments of data frames
bcsl 013 solved assignment 2014-15 nba
one love song analysis essay
chi square research paper
sample outline for an essay mla
nanako homework persona 4 dancing
ralf zeichner dissertation outline
us senate committee assignments 2013 calendar
art show assignment
masters essay for education
usm coursework
sasbadi spm essay sample
computer assignment for high school students
choosing career path essay
decrescendo music definition essay
french revolution 1789 essays
eco-14 solved assignment 2012-13 champions
cover letter for bill of quantities construction
paul revere biography essay requirements
list of tables and figures dissertation titles
essay metamorphosis
dissertation format sample
whale rider film review essay rubric
essay for texas a&m admission requirements top 25%
objective cover letter examples
best english essay writing
private university vs public university essay writing
puneet rajkumar film names in essays
meat vs vegetarian diet term paper
act essay tips and tricks
research paper on cancer therapy
ann d ballinger scholarship essays
student affairs cover letter
essay effect of war
examples of synopsis for dissertations abstracts
parametric eigenstructure assignment of lease

0 Replies to “Iisd Holiday Assignment 2013”

Lascia un Commento

L'indirizzo email non verrà pubblicato. I campi obbligatori sono contrassegnati *