MP Mohamed Abou El Enein decided on Tuesday to offer a financial reward worth EGP 10,000 for each Thanaweya Amma top student, who achieved high scores.
In statements, Abou El Enein expressed his happiness for their great success amid exceptional circumstances due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
The prominent businessman hailed the Egyptian youth’s ability to overcome the current challenges, calling on them for continuing their path of success at their universities.
“The financial rewards represent my admiration for the successful Egyptian students,” Abou El Enein pointed out, congratulating them on their scores.
Abou El Enein also hailed the State’s efforts, under President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, to render the exams this year successful that witnessed strict precautionary measures against the virus to maintain the students’ health.
Abou El Enein congratulated Education Minister Tarek Shawki on organizing the exams in difficult times, a matter which made Egypt one of the few countries that were able to challenge the pandemic and complete the academic year.
Earlier today, Shawki announced the names of the Thanaweya Amma top students.
According to statistics, the percentage of success reached 81.5%, and the number of students who received the highest marks totaled 39; 30 students in public education.
Moreover, Assuit governorate students secured the first four ranks.
The top students’ list featured 12 students in the scientific division, 13 students in the scientific-mathematical division, and 14 students in the literary division.
Ahmed Al-Said Bora’y- Beni Suef
Ahmed Abdul Naser- Assuit
Ahmed Hashem Abdul Baset- Assuit
Taslem Ahmed Manflout- Assuit
George Yousry Shehata Manazel- Assuit
George Eshak Awad- Sohag
Ramadan Noshy Fahmy- Daqahliya
Rawan Ahmed Shubra- Cairo
Shahd Mohamed Sheded- Qaliobya
Salah El-Den Mousa Kamel – Al-Beheira
Mariam Mahmoud Ahmed Ismail- Gharbiya
Yasmine Osama Ragab- Sohag
Scientific Mathematical Division
Omar Mohamed Abdul Samie – Qaliobya
Omar Yehia- Cairo
Ahmed Al-Saeed Al-Qa’qa’- Al-Daqahliya
Ahmed Yousry al-Noqraty- Al-Beheira
Ashraf Ahmed Abu Areda- Al-Gharbiya
Amal Yasser Mohamed – Cairo
Eroge Elhamy Beshay- Cairo
Sohaila Ayman Abdul Hakim- Cairo
Abdul Aty Sultan- Al-Gharbiya
Karem Mohamed Saad- Cairo
Mohamed Ahmed Fawzy – Al-Daqahliya
Mohamed Khaled Fouad- Al-Qaliobiya
Yehia Mohamed Farghly- Alexandria
Ola Ahmed Saad Ibrahim- Al-Qaliobiya
Habeba Mahmoud Mohamed- Cairo
Remonda Ayman Awad- Cairo
Shahinaz Ahmed Abdulllah- Al-Qaliobiya
Ismail Ayman- Assuit
Alaa Hamdy Abdul Moteleb- Cairo
Aya Tamer Shawky Ibrahim- Cairo
Jomana Mohamed Al-Zoghaby- Cairo
Raghda Mohamed Baioumy- Alexandria
Reham Emad Mohamed Hassan- Cairo
Sohaila Ahmed Hassanein- Cairo
Omar Salah- Cairo
Nada Youssef Al-said- Ismailia
Schools for the blind
Samia Mohamed Abdul Rahman Abdul Qader- Giza
Integrated Education Schools
Al-Zahraa Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah- Sohag
Mohamed Yosury Abdullah Al-Sadek- Alexandria