Fatma Akram

Fatma Akram

Prof.Dr. Nasser El Gizawy, the acting president of Benha University has inspected the aptitude tests at faculties of Applied Arts and Physical Education in presence of Dr. Osama Salah, the Faculty of Physical Education dean and Dr.Abd El Moamen Shams El Din, the Faculty of Applied Arts dean and deputies of both faculties. El Gizawy inspected the necessary preparations for conducting the aptitude tests for its faculties 2021/2022 for students holding secondary school certificate, its equivalent (Arab and foreign), and the technical certificates.
. He added that there are four faculties at Benha University are holding aptitude tests as following ; Faculty of physical education, Faculty specific education (art and music education departments), and Faculty of Applied Arts and Faculty of Nursing . It is worth mentioning that the aptitude tests have been started in August 7 and lasts till 19 of August 2021 according to the time plan of the Supreme Council of Universities. During his tour, Prof.Dr. Nasser El Gizawy inspected all the preventive and precautionary measures that have been taken to ensure the safety of the students and staff. For more details about aptitude tests, you can visit the following link;
https://tansik.egypt.gov.eg

The Community Service and Environment Development Sector and Directorate of Health Affairs in Qalyubia continued launching the medical convoys to Shibin El Qanater villages in the framework of Hayah Karima Initiative and by cooperation with Faculty of Medicine and under auspices of Prof. Dr. Nasser El Gizawy, the acting president of Benha University and Dr. Gamal Soussa, the general supervisor on Community Service and Environment Affairs.
Dr. Gamal Sousa said that the university organized a medical convoy to the village of Kafr Shibin in cooperation between the Faculty of Medicine and the Directorate of Health Affairs in Qalyubia, within the framework of the societal role that Benha University plays to serve citizens. He also added that that the medical convoy with the door-knocking system is to ensure that free medical services and medicines reach their beneficiaries inside their homes as a precautionary measure in light of the Corona pandemic. For her part, Dr.Nermin Adly , the Faculty deputy for Community Service and Environment Affairs , said that 300 physicians from Faculty of Medicine from various specialties and departments have participated at the medical convoy to serve citizens.

The medical teams at Benha University have continued their work for the second day in succession to vaccinate Benha University students and staff to encounter Corona Virus.
On the other hand, Dr.Nasser El Gizawy, the Acting President of Benha University said that the medical teams have vaccinated 602 of its employees and students at faculty of Applied Arts and Faculty of Computer and Artificial Intelligence. It's worth mentioning that Prof. Tamer Samir, Benha University Vice-president for Education and Students' Affairs and Dr. Gamal Soussa, the general supervisor on Community Service and Environment Affairs have inspected vaccination process at both faculties.

Graduates Follow up Office at Benha University organized a workshop about how to pass interview for all students, graduates and faculty members' staff. The workshop is going to start on Monday, 3082021 under auspices of Dr.Nasser El Gizawy, the acting president of Benha University, Dr. Saad Mahmoud Saad, Director of the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Center, Dr. Hany Mohamed Zakaria, the manager of Graduates Follow up Office.
It is worth mentioning that all sessions are delivered by Jamal Sobhy , Human Resources Expert. To register at the workshop, you can register here;
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeAtpQVXeQsPvkxQ5YL3v8eJK7-fHnDs57_9dKeI69DwchK9g/viewform

The Community Service and Environment Development Sector has continued launching its medical convoys Shibin El Qanater in the framework of Hayah Karima Initiative and under auspices of Prof. Dr. Nasser El Gizawy, the acting president of Benha University, Dr. Gamal Soussa, the general supervisor on Community Service and Environment Affairs and by cooperation with Dr. Mohamed Gamal El Ashhab, the Faculty of Medicine dean.
Dr. Gamal Sousa said that the university organized a medical convoy to the village of El Ahraz within the framework of the societal role that Benha University plays to serve citizens and the villages in need. For her part, Dr.Nermin Adly , the Faculty deputy for Community Service and Environment Affairs , said that physicians from Faculty of Medicine from various specialties and departments have participated at the medical convoy to serve citizens and about 380 sick cases were diagnosed and take medicine for free, and some cases were transferred to the university hospital to make the necessary surgeries and early detection of breast tumors.

Dr.Nasser El Gizawy, the acting President of Benha University inspected the new buildings of the University at Kafr Saad , especially the Central labs .El Gizawy was accompanied by Dr.Amany Abd El Rahman , the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine dean , Dr. Lotfy Abu Salim , the Faculty of Science dean , Dr. Mohamed Saeed, Benha University engineering consultant and Dr. Mohamed Basyouny , the manager of Labs at Benha University.
. During his inspection tour for laboratories, El Gizawy said that Benha University is keen to develop and raise the efficiency of its infrastructure and provide it with the latest scientific equipment to serve the educational and research process. He also added that this strategy enables Benha University and its labs to host various research projects funded by donors, whether local, regional or international, which contributes to achieve the university's strategy by linking scientific research with industry and community problems.El Gizawy confirmed that Benha university aims in its future plans to invest in knowledge and turn it into wealth by adopting modern and innovative ideas and converting them into patents and establishing start-up companies to achieve these patents . He also added that the central laboratories of the University provide services to the public at affordable prices and high quality.

The Community Service and Environment Development Sector has continued launching its medical convoys Shibin El Qanater in the framework of Hayah Karima Initiative and under auspices of Prof. Dr. Nasser El Gizawy, the acting president of Benha University and Dr. Gamal Soussa, the general supervisor on Community Service and Environment Affairs.
Dr. Gamal Sousa said that the university organized a medical convoy to the village of El Zahoween within the framework of the societal role that Benha University plays to serve citizens and the villages in need. For her part, Dr.Nermin Adly , the Faculty deputy for Community Service and Environment Affairs , said that physicians from Faculty of Medicine from various specialties and departments have participated at the medical convoy to serve citizens and about 380 sick cases were diagnosed and take medicine for free, and some cases were transferred to the university hospital to make the necessary surgeries and early detection of breast tumors.

Prof. Tamer Samir, Benha University Vice-president for Education and Students' Affairs inspected the Leadership Development Center at Moshtohor. Dr. Tamer Samir was accompanied by Dr. Mohamed Abu Salim , the General Supervisor of the Center and Dr. Ahmed Naguib, the general Manager of the Center to check out the preparations and procedures used to receive Benha University students participants in the Future Leaders Camp 7, which will be organized by the center this month.
He also added that Benha University is keen to benefit from Its youth energies so that the Future Leaders camp 7 includes organizing a number of seminars and cultural meetings, and supporting outstanding students in all fields.

Prof. Tamer Samir, Benha University Vice-president for Education and Students' Affairs has launched the second Summer School for Space science at Obour Campus with collaboration of the Egyptian Space Agency. The meeting was held in presence of Dr. Gamal Soussa, the general supervisor on Community Service and Environment Affairs and Dr. Hazem Elewa, the acting manager of El Obour Branch.
Dr. Tamer Samir said that the theoretical part of the summer school started via distance learning on the video conference platform "Zoom" and the practical classes has been started from today at Obour Campus by dividing the applicants into six different training groups, and each trainee will be required to submit a practical project that will be evaluated by professionals in that field. Dr. Tamer Samir also said that 500 students from different faculties and institutes of Engineering all around Egypt have joined that school and he hopes for them best wishes and success.

Prof. Dr. Nasser El Gizawy, the acting president of Benha University, inaugurated "Leadership and Influence Program" which is approved by the Supreme Council of Universities and aims to qualify candidates for Faculties' Deanship. El Gizawy said that the program is organized by Faculty and Leadership Development Center (FLDC) and it lasts for three days; totally 18 training hours.
El Gizawy also mentioned that the program discusses the following aspects; Effective communication skills, dealing with others, leadership, Supervision and team management skills, Problem-solving and Decision-making skills, Legal and financial aspects of universities, Time and meeting management, Anti-corruption and Spreading values of integrity and transparency. On the other hand, Dr.Hany Shehta, the manager of Faculty and Leadership Development Center (FLDC) said that all session are delivered by a number of scientific and academic leaders at Benha University and he also said that the number of participants in the course so far has reached about 20 trainees.

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