Abdul Rahman Al-Qaisi, Minister of Education in the Ministry of Naji Talib (9 August 1966 - 3 May 1967)


  • Jamal Faisal Hamad Al-Muhammadi Anbar University - College of Arts - Department of History
  • Anwar Younis Muhammad Al-Muhammadi Anbar University - College of Arts - Department of History


Abdulrahman Al-Qaisi, Minister, Education, Industrial Institutes, Naji Talib


This study focused on the role played by Abd al-Rahman al-Qaisi, especially in the educational field, as he played a positive role in working to establish many educational institutions, which Iraq was lacking during that stage. As this research dealt with a study of the Iraqi Ministry of Education during the era of Abd al Rahman al-Qaisi, who took over it since the formation of the Ministry of Naji Talib on the ninth of August 1966, and one of his first works in the ministry was the educational plan for the year 1966-1967, and he explained in it the schedule for the work of the aforementioned year in the ministry, and what it will offer This year, the honor of the ministry and students, in addition to his interest in providing religious lessons in all schools in Iraq, and directed all directorates to pay attention to religious lessons in schools, because of their great importance to serve the community and its children, and Abdul Rahman Al-Qaisi was keen to set special conditions for admission to the teachers’ house. It is worth Mentioning that he was keen to educate those who could not learn in an attempt to eradicate illiteracy, and he had developed a plan to educate most of the community and in cooperation with other ministries in order to educate most of their illiterate employees. Abd al-Rahman al-Qaisi also brought Iraq into the cultural fields with other countries in order for Iraqi students to complete their studies abroad, and the return of this arm to Iraq, as he needed new experiences in several fields, as well as his interest in the field of agricultural and industrial education because of his It was of great importance in Iraq, as this was one of the most prominent works of Abd al-Rahman al-Qaisi until the resignation of Naji Talib's ministry on May 6, 1967.