Vice President for Education and Students Affairs calls for activating community partnerships in Faculty of Al-Alsun

Prof. Dr. Abdul Fattah Saud, Vice President for Education and Students Affairs conducted an inspection tour of the examination and control at Faculty of Al-Alsun to follow up the application of the regulations in this regard and pointed to the most important strengths of the facultyWhere Prof. Dr. Mona Fouad, Dean of the Faculty, Prof. Dr. Abdul Moaty Saleh, Vice Dean for Education and Students Affairs, Prof. Dr. Salwa Rashad, Vice Dean for Postgraduate Studies and Research, and the development of the environment and Mr. Osama Hamed received him. During his inspection tour he pointed out the need to exploit vacant spaces in college, also praised the internal organization of the college, stressing the need to announce the results on time.

He also held an extensive meeting with Prof. Dr. Mona Fouad, the dean of the faculty and the agents. He pointed to the most important strengths of Faculty of Al-Alsun, how to prepare the students in a manner commensurate with the labor market through the academic subjects. It requires the completion of 60 hours of training in a company for students before graduation to enter the labor market.

Prof. Dr. Abdul Fattah Saud stressed the need of the faculty to continue with the labor market to find out about their needs and to form partnerships with them to amend their programs to bridge the gap between the educational process and the labor market.

He also stressed the need to activate community partnerships in line with the strategic directions of the State recently, especially after the initiative of the President of the Republic to announce the year 2019 years of education, which creates a climate conducive to direct investments in the areas of education. He explained that the faculty should work to communicate effectively with various internal and external bodies in order to provide graduates able to meet the needs of these companies in various areas and in turn the benefit of the educational process of support provided by those bodies, adding that the faculties have a real treasure, which is a highly qualified graduate.