The Faculty of Computer Science organizes a training course in Web Programming

The Faculty of Computer Science organizes a training course in Web Programming

Under the auspices of Professor Dr. Hossam Al-Malahi – President of NUB Dr. Mohammed Ali Saleh, Vice President of the University for Strategic Planning and International Cooperation and Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science

The Faculty of Computer Science organizes a training course in web programming as part of the College’s plan to develop the practical skills of students of the Faculty of Computer Science during the summer semester to improve the level of labor market requirements, and the training dealt with a number of important topics in this field such as HTML (intro), CSS (intro), PHP, SQL (MySQL) and WordPress (as application), with a 70% discount in the value of the course for faculty students and graduates.

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In implementation of the National Climate Change Strategy 2050, A meeting and joint cooperation between the students of Cairo University and Al-Nahda University

Al-Nahda University, in cooperation with Cairo University, organized a conference entitled “Egypt Future Opportunities and Challenges – Climate Change Egypt 2022”, on May 21, 2022, for a period of 3 days, at Al-Nahda University in Beni Suef, under the auspices of Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and Dr. Mohamed Othman Elkhosht – President of Cairo University, and Dr. Hossam El-Mallahi – President of Al-Nahda University.

The conference comes within the framework of the two universities’ interest in the climate issue, and their contribution to the implementation of the Climate Change Strategy 2050, which focuses on promoting scientific research, knowledge management and technology transfer to mitigate the effects of climate change.

About 100 male and female students from Cairo and Al-Nahda Universities participated in the conference, and during its three days it included familiarization meetings, sessions, lectures, and competitions, in addition to field visits to various landmarks of Upper Egypt.

The opening session of the conference was held in the presence of Dr. Mohamed Hani Ghoneim – Governor of Beni Suef, Dr. Mohamed Othman Elkhosht – President of Cairo University, Dr. Hossam Al-Mallahi – President of Al-Nahda University and a member of the Senate, Engineer Mohamed Al-Rashidi – Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Al-Nahda University, and a group of distinguished academic figures from the two universities.

The events began with a film about Al-Nahda University. A video on climate change. This was followed by a speech by representatives of Al-Nahda University and Cairo University students, during which they explained that they are an important part of the nation’s equipment, and that this meeting is a real opportunity for dialogue, consultation and solidarity for construction and development.

In his speech, Dr. Mohamed Hani Ghoneim, Governor of Beni Suef, commended the idea and interest in raising students’ awareness of local and global issues, and expressed his warm welcome to the students of Cairo University, Beacon of Science and Enlightenment headed by Dr. Mohamed Othman Elkhosht.

In his speech, the Governor of Beni Suef addressed climate change, And the role of the state, which realized the importance of this and began preparing for the COP27 conference, in the belief of the Egyptian state in the importance of confronting climate change, which was previously an unforeseen problem, but is now a problem that everyone is experiencing. The evidence for this is what the governorate of Beni Suef has experienced in recent years, and the heavy rain and torrential rain that it has experienced after it was one of the dry governorates with little rain.

This made Beni Suef governorate exploit these conditions, especially after the March 2020 torrential rains, which were estimated at 32 million cubic meters of rainwater, bearing in mind that the outlet’s absorptive capacity does not exceed 12-15 million only.

Where the governorate developed the Senour area and made a number of lakes in cooperation with the Ministry of Irrigation to collect rainwater and benefit from it, where the stored water will be used in the greenhouse projects in Beni Suef, which was announced by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.

Eng. Mohamed Al-Rashidi expressed his sincere thanks to the Governor of Beni Suef for his permanent support for Al-Nahda University, and his support for it in all its activities and events. He also thanked Dr. Hossam Al-Mallahi, President of the University, describing him as the real reason for the renaissance at the University and the distinguished contributions in the governorate, and stressed the importance of Egypt’s participation in COP27 activities, even if Egypt is not one of the most affected.

He expressed his happiness that ideas and research are the result of the work of the students of the two universities, and expressed his hope that the meeting of Cairo University and Al-Nahda University would be a start and an example for all Egyptian public and private universities to hold such fruitful meetings, for dialogue and discussion on various issues.

Hossam Al-Mallahi, President of Al-Nahda University, stressed that Cairo University is the beacon for the entire Arab region. Al-Mallahi also stressed that the conference’s message is that young people soon must lead all files, as they are the worthiest of these issues. He sent a message to them not to be afraid and to be sure that they are in safe hands, as Egypt throughout history has experienced many failures, but it rose again and became stronger.

Al-Mallahi thanked Eng. Muhammad Al-Rashidi for the support and assistance for the advancement of Al-Nahda University, and praised the achievements made under the leadership of Dr. Muhammad Hani Ghoneim.

Dr. Mohamed Othman Elkhosht, President of Cairo University, pointed out that the Climate Change Conference came out of the heart of the event and at the heart of the global crisis that many are unaware of, and which directly affects the planet. He stressed that the political leadership’s awareness of the importance of climate change, and Egypt’s prominent presence in the last Glasgow Conference, which entailed the states participating in this agreement granting confidence to Egypt to hold the next international conference, all of this reflects Egypt’s position and the global confidence it has reached.

The President of Cairo University expressed his happiness that the students from the two universities assumed the responsibility of such an important conference. And that such conferences train students in scientific research, discussion and dialogue, and that the two universities create a student for the future, a student with awareness, thinking and awareness of the dimensions of various global issues. With awareness and awareness, we can transcend ourselves and our country, just as we have overcome many crises.

Al-Khasht concluded his speech by thanking and congratulating the Governor of Beni Suef for the size of the achievements that have been made in the governorate, stressing that he is confident that with the will and desire to develop, there is still much waiting for the promising Beni Suef governorate.

I also commend Al-Nahda University as a leading educational institution in Upper Egypt, always striving to achieve more academic excellence by entering into partnerships and agreements with major international universities such as the Vienna Medical Convention and American Northern Kentucky.

The conference activities concluded with the exchange of shields between the two universities and the gift of the shield of Cairo University to Dr. Mohamed Hani Ghoneim – Governor of Beni Suef.

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Egypt the Future – Opportunities, challenges and climate change in Egypt 2022

Al-Nahda University hosts a forum for students of Al-Nahda University and Cairo University under the title

“Egypt the Future – Opportunities, Challenges and Climate Change in Egypt 2022”

A research competition for university students is held under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Hossam Al-Mallahi, President of the University. And the supervision of Prof. Dr. Magdy Abdel Qader, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, in one of the following topics:

  • Climate change and its impact on plants and human societies
  • “Green Economy”
  • “The Impact of Climate Change on Education and Health”

According to the following conditions:

  • The works are written on the computer, and the contestant must be enrolled in a bachelor’s stage. The research is written in aril 14 font, single space.
  • The participating work must be an original creation of its owner, not copied or adapted from another, and the participation has not previously been shared or won any award from any party before.
  • The original and 3 hardcopies shall be delivered together with a copy on a CD in word and PDF formats.
  • Rooting the search in terms of references.
  • The number of pages shall not be less than 25 pages and not more than 40 pages.
  • The last date for receiving the research is 17/05/2022 at the office of the Vice President for Education and Student Affairs.
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The Faculty of Engineering, Al-Nahda University organizes a training for its students at Hydropower Company for Electricity Production in Aswan

The Department of Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Al-Nahda University, headed by Dr. Mohamed Saad – Head of the Department, and supervised by Dr. Hassan Mahmoud – Head of the Scientific fieldtrips Committee, organized a field training at Hydropower Company for Electricity Production in Aswan, which is affiliated with the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company at the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy, from On Saturday, February 5, until Monday, February 14, 2022, for a period of 12 days, in coordination with Eng. Hisham Kamal – Chairman and Managing Director.

The students were received by Eng. Mohamed Abdel Wahab – Head of the Training Sector at the Hydropower Company for Electricity Production in Aswan, and Eng. Mirghani Abdel Moneim – Director of the Company’s Training Department. Engineer Elsayed Sobhi – Project Planning and Feasibility Studies Consultant at the Company’s Training Center delivered an introductory lecture on the Company’s Training Center, and presented a film about the Center’s activities.

The students watched a presentation on energy, components of the hydro-generating unit and hydro turbines and the fault simulator of the hydro-generating unit. The students also received training in laboratories (synchronous generators – protection lab – solar energy – hydraulics – control lab – electric power systems – simulation lab), in addition to organizing A field visit to the High Dam power station, power station (1) and power station (2) in the Aswan reservoir, and the Benban solar energy complex in Aswan

The supervisors accompanied the students on trips on the sidelines of the training, to visit the tourist archaeological sites in Aswan, through which they visited (the Philae Temple – the Nubian Museum – the Island of Plants) as well as visiting the tourist archaeological sites in Luxor (Valley of the Kings – Karnak Temple – Rams Road).

In conclusion, the Training Center held a ceremony to deliver training attendance certificates to students, in the presence of Eng. Hesham Kamal – Chairman and Managing Director of the Water Stations Company for Electricity Production, and Eng. Mohamed Abdel Wahab – Head of Training Sector at the company, And Eng. Mirghani Abdel Moneim – Director of the Company’s Training Department, and Dr. Mohamed Saad – Head of Electric and Renewable Energy Department and Supervisor of Training.

This came under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Hossam Al-Mallahi – President of the University, and Prof. Dr. Magdy Abdel-Qader – Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, and based on the directives of Prof. Dr. Salem Al-Khodari – Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, to link the scientific side with the practical and applied side, to achieve the highest benefit for students, and to graduate Engineers with scientific and practical skills that keep pace with the development of the labor market.

Students of the Department of Electric and Renewable Energy with Dr. Mohamed Saad – Head of the Department in front of the power plant in the High Dam in Aswan

A group of people posing for a photo in front of a construction site

Description automatically generatedStudents from inside the power plant at the High Dam in Aswan

From in front of Lake Nasser in the High Dam in Aswan

During the training of students of the Department of Electrical and Renewable Energy at the College of Engineering at the Solar Energy Plant at the Training Center in Aswan

Training students of the Electrical and Renewable Energy Department, College of Engineering, in the Electronics Laboratory

Students of the Department of Electrical and Renewable Energy, Faculty of Engineering, Island of Plants, Aswan

During the ceremony of handing over training certificates to students

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