NUB FACULTY of Engineering organizes scientific seminar at The Schools OF Excellence FOR [STEM] Science and Technology in Beni Suef

Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Hossam Al-Malahi, President of NUB, and under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Salem Al-Khodri, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, and to activate the joint protocol between The University and the School of Excellence in Science and Technology in Beni Suef province to participate in the community activities of sustainable development in the province in Upper Egypt, the Faculty of Engineering organized a scientific symposium for students of the School of Excellence on Monday, December 7, 2020, in which Prof. Dr. Rajab Al-Sakka, Professor of Chemistry at the Faculty of Engineering, lectured on water types, pollution and modern methods of recycling and use, regarding the scientific project of second-grade students at the Superior Schools of Science and Technology in Beni Suef, and then discussed students in their various research and applied projects through their research groups.


The Faculty of Engineering meets IHRDC Development and Training

Under the auspices of Dr. Hossam Al-Malahi, President of NUB,  Prof. Salem Mahmoud Al Khodri, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering met the delegation of experts of the American company IHRDC on Monday, December 14, 2020, in the presence of a number of heads of scientific departments and committee heads of the College.

The scientific and training activity , objectives and vision of the IHRDC Group in developing practical skills for human resources development have been reviewed by offering global training courses, long-term programs, short programs, detailed programs for students, graduates and workers in industrial and practical fields at all levels – and providing the student with global practical skills that help him compete and join high and global positions.

Prof. Dr. Salem Al Khodri, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, talked about the possibility of maximizing the benefits of college students through the high skill courses of the IHRDC group by linking the scientific side with the practical aspect to achieve the highest benefit for students to prepare graduate engineers with scientific and practical skills to keep pace with the development of the global labor market.

Prof. Marwa Hassan, Regional Director, spoke about the programs they have presented in several countries in Gambia, South Africa and Oman, and provided a detailed explanation to the faculty members of the programs and their importance in developing skills, clarifying labour market visions and opening up global horizons for students.

After a brainstorming session that lasted nearly two hours between the Dari group and the faculty members of the College, Prof. Salem Al Khodri, Dean of the Faculty, made a number of suggestions to receive the approval of the audience, chief among them: 

1- The proposal that IHRDC Development and Training Company attract an American university that adopts a new section in addition to the departments of the Faculty of Engineering – NUB, which is the department of petroleum engineering.

2- Proposal to support scientific courses, especially courses that have practical lessons through the programs provided by IHRDC international group in all departments of the college, and at all levels of study with a focus on graduate students, starting from the second semester of the academic year 2020/2021 after the completion of the signing of the protocol with the senior management of the university.

The Dean of the Faculty confirmed that these proposals are aimed at not compromising the list of courses and the number of hours of study. The group should give a lecture to the students and the faculty and the auxiliary staff to provide further clarification and awareness of the participants and beneficiaries of these programs and will not affect the academic rate of the student until the students are assured of it and then interact with it to maximize the preparation of a global graduate keeping pace with the labor market.


MacTECH Exhibition

The Department of Technology Engineering at The Faculty of Engineering, NUB, headed by Dr. Ayman Rashid, Head of The Department, organized a scientific trip to participate in the MACTECH exhibition, on December 6, 2020, in order to link the scientific aspect to the practical aspect, and to achieve the greatest benefit for students and graduate engineers with scientific and practical skills to keep pace with the development of the labor market.

The visit is part of three major exhibitions:

– Mactech Metal Formation Exhibition and CNBC Machinery

Welding equipment, cutting and industrial number.

Handling Expo for handling, lifting, cranes and storage equipment.

– AirTech PNEU Technology and Supplies Exhibition.


NUB Engineering College organizes scientific trips for its students

Based on the keenness of NUB to link the scientific aspect to the practical aspect, and to achieve the greatest benefit to students, and the graduation of engineers with scientific skills and practical keeping pace with the development of the labor market, and under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salem Al Khodri – Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, organized the Department of Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering University Of Renaissance, headed by Dr. Mohammed Saad – Head of Department, and under the supervision of Dr. Hassan Mahmoud – former First Undersecretary of the Ministry of Electricity and teacher in the department of energy for the students of the second power division of the power plant in Shoubra Al Khaimah on Tuesday, December 22, 2020.

The students were greeted by Engineer Mohamed Abidin, head of the training sector at the plant, and Engineer Ibrahim Abdel Hadi, director of training, and talked about the Shubra Al Khaimah power plant, which is the real beginning of a new era in the history of electricity in Egypt, the plant was opened in March 1982, and is considered one of the largest and most important steam stations in North Africa, as it jumped by capacity in one location to 1300 MW, which represents 4% of the total electricity generated in Egypt and about 16% for Cairo, and State-of-the-art technology in electrical control and connectivity systems, pollution control and computer use.

Engineer Noman Mostafa, the station’s training officer, began by giving a lecture in which he gave a detailed explanation of the plant and the mechanism of work, and introduced the students during their tour of the power station located on the way in which electricity is produced from the Nile water, where Engineer Noman Mustafa confirmed that the power station Shubra is a steam station in the first place, meaning that it depends entirely on the steam obtained from the Nile water, and from here the water goes through a series of stages of treatment until steam is obtained through which is done the process of producing electricity.

Then it was explained how  the station was fully monitored by computers, which were connected to the station through small lenses located in all parts inside the station even inside the boilers, and acquainted the students on the nature of the work of the console connected to the national network, which shows the main load of the network at the level of the Republic, which is a screen through which the amount of loads of electricity, which has a normal rate of 3000, if the number increases more than that requires reducing loads, and if the speed of this number is reduced- it means the production is low and plants that have megawatts are required to lift loads in the sense of increasing production.

The department also organized another field visit for students of the 1st Division, the energy department of the Swedish Meter Meter plant for meters and electrical cables in the 10th of Ramadan taking all precautions for the Corona pandemic.