There is a scientific workshop to teach the fundamentals of the scientific research in 15-9-2019 for one week.
prof.Dr .Hussien Magraby, the university president stresses that Egypt seeks to cope up with the developed countries regarding the field of science and scientific research. This is evident in the efforts being exerted by the state in the last few years pinpointing that scientific research is the main pillar for the development with which the society can solve its problems.
Prof.Dr. Khalid Abd El-Gafer, the minister of higher education inaugurates, on Thursday at 10 a.m., the activities first forum of developing the education which is held from 22-2-2017 to 25-2-2017. This event is attended by prof.Dr. EL-Sayed El-kady, the university president, the general/ Mahmoud Ashmawy, the Qulubia governor, prof.Dr. Tarek Shawky, the minister of education, many universities’ presidents and their deputies, the faculties’ deans, the representatives of the parliamentary committees of the Republic presidency, the faculties’ members, the researchers, the students and the civil community representatives. The minster asserts that this forum is a good occasion not only for exchanging experiences, experiments, and visions among the universities of Egypt to develop the education but also for cementing the relationships among them and getting to know the mechanisms of the thinking of the Egyptian universities affiliates.
Benha University’s leaders council discusses, in its weekly meeting which is held under the supervision of prof.Dr. EL-Sayed El-kady, the university president, the vision of how to develop the higher education and the scientific research. Prof.Dr. Eman El-Bitar, the head of hygiene department in the faculty of medicine and the member of the assigned team to present such a vision. This team includes 54 lecturers, assistant lecturers and professors in the university and the tem is headed by prof. Dr. Muhammad Abu Slim, the dean of veterinary medicine and prof. Dr. Ezat el-khiat, the head of the faculties’ members club in the university. The council heaps praise on what the team has agreed upon regarding qualifying the students to meet the demands of the labor market, the reasons why the students refrain from participating in the activities, preparing new curriculums which meet the demands of the labor market, developing the current curriculums in order to develop the educational process and increasing the salaries of the faculties’ members without burdening the state.
The Egyptian Information Telecommunications, Electronics & Software Alliance (Eitesal) calls for a meeting with the member companies to study the cooperation between the industry and the professors of the universities and the scientific research to provide new products and develop research ideas that may be transformed to innovated products by industry. For participation: http://www.eitesal.org Deadline: 24/11/2015.