All students completing their studies in Bahrain this year will receive their report cards, certificates, or other forms of paper results electronically. Bahrain News Agency (BNA) reports that the decision was made by the Education Ministry after the official approval was made.
Education Minister, Dr. Majid bin Ali Al-Nuaimi, announced the news adding that it is in line with the Education Ministry’s ‘keenness to implement the precautionary measures taken by Bahrain in order to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus’, and to allow for social distancing and to move traditional services towards a more electronic one.
School results to be announced electronically, certificates to be emailed to students’ Microsoft365 accountshttps://t.co/iQJiSaLXxE— Bahrain News Agency (@bna_en) June 23, 2020
Students who want to access their results can do so by…
To check your results or certificates, go to edunet.bh for ALL school levels, while third intermediate and secondary schools can receive their certificates through their Microsoft365 accounts or Bahrain.bh
Graduating students, as well as those expecting good conduct certificates, will also be emailed to the Secondary Education graduates.
Students who have questions about their Microsoft365 accounts can click on this link to submit queries through the form or email their requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you can’t access the service, you can also contact Technical Support on 17278777.