The Department of Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, Al-Nahda University, headed by Dr. Mohamed Qorni Saad, organized a summer training course for the department’s students at the Middle Egypt Electricity Distribution Company in Beni Suef from 24 July to 16 August, 2021.
The training program included the basics of electricity and electric meters, getting to know the smart electric grid, and visiting practical sites at the company’s distribution stations in Beni Suef and distribution stations in the governorate’s centers.
This came from Al-Nahda University’s belief in the necessity of linking the scientific side with the practical and applied side to achieve the highest benefit for students to graduate engineers with scientific and practical skills that keep pace with the development of the labor market.
At the conclusion of the training program, Middle Egypt Electricity Distribution Company organized on Monday, August 16, 2021 a ceremony to distribute certificates to students and discuss their suggestions for developing summer training in the company in the coming years.
Students of the Faculty of Engineering with Dr. Mohamed Saad – Head of Energy Department, Eng. Mohamed Khairallah – First Undersecretary of the Ministry of Electricity and Eng. Ahmed Sedky – Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Middle Egypt Electricity Distribution Company
A student’s discussion of his proposals for the development of summer training during the closing ceremony.
Eng.Ahmed Shaaban – Training Officer while explaining to the students
Explanation of Eng. Muhammad Farouk to the students
The Department of Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, Al-Nahda University, headed by Dr. Mohamed Saad, organized a scientific visit for students to the solar and thermal power Station in Al-Korimat on Wednesday, August 18, 2021.
The students were received by Mr. Omar Hamdi – Director of Public Relations at the station, who gave an introductory lecture on the establishment of the station and its production of electricity.
It is worth noting that this project is one of three similar projects being implemented in Africa (Morocco, Algeria, Egypt), which mainly rely on integrating the field of solar energy with the combined cycle.
The project capacity is 140 megawatts, including the solar energy share of 20 megawatts, and the total cost is $340 million. The project was completed and entered commercial operation on June 29, 2011.
Students of the Faculty of Engineering with Dr. Mohamed Saad – Head of the Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering Department, Dr. Hassan Mahmoud and Eng. Sayed Saeed in front of the solar complex at the station.
Students with Dr. Mohamed Saad, Dr. Hassan Mahmoud and Eng. Sayed Saeed from inside the station
Part of the visit of the students of the Department of Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering to the solar and thermal power station in Al-Korimat.
On Wednesday, July 7, 2021, Al-Nahda University organized a day for academic guidance and the quality of the educational process, in the presence of staff and the supporting staff in all faculties of the university, on academic guidance and quality, and the university’s future vision for developing the relationship between the university and its students, in the presence of the university president, and the vice presidents.
The meeting began with a speech by Prof. Dr. Hossam El-Mallahi, President of the University, who stressed that Al-Nahda University is advancing its society and its children in a tangible and clear manner, and praised everyone’s efforts, which became clear to all of Egypt, and also stressed that the University is working to improve the infrastructure and work to raise quality in everything. The most important of which is related to the human being. At the end of his speech, he offered my highest thanks and appreciation to the members of the teaching and auxiliary bodies, describing them as role models.
In the speech of Prof. Dr. Magdy Abdel Qader – Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, he stressed that the university is proceeding with a confident pace towards accrediting the quality of the faculties and their programs at the local and international levels.
Then, Dr. Suzan Seif gave a brief presentation on the concept of academic guidance and emphasized that it is not only related to registration, but the main objective of academic guidance is to help students focus and know their way inside the university, and to engage in other activities besides studying, and to graduate students with an open-mindedness capable of making various decisions; She stressed the importance of academic guidance for all students, each according to his needs, even the outstanding students.
She also clarified that the academic guidance system consists of the student, and the academic advisor, who must be a member of the faculty to ensure the availability of the element of experience, whose role includes introducing students to the regulations of the university and its college, the examination system, attendance and absence, registration of schedules, developing a study plan for students, and introducing them to activities The available students at the university and attention to international students, and the Academic Guidance Committee that is formed by a decision of the Dean of the College and is affiliated with the Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs, whose role is to follow-up and submit a report that includes all that has been implemented and what is required to be done to achieve the students’ interest.
Dr. Haymn Zain al-Abidin, who is responsible for quality at the university, also spoke and explained that the basic criterion in all educational institutions is students and graduates, and this is what directs us towards paying attention to all activities and services provided to students and graduates to achieve quality on the ground.
Dr. Marwa Sayed and Eng. Mohamed Khaled talked about future plans to develop performance in English language and computer Aptech, the importance of early registration for students, and the need for communication between Aptech, academic guidance and student affairs.
Then a discussion was opened between the university’s guidance and quality officials and faculty members regarding their inquiries about expanding the role of academic guidance.
In conclusion, Prof. Dr. Magdy Abdel Qader, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, announced that the university would create a new service for parents in which direct communication would take place between the spiritual father of the student at the university and his guardian, based on the vision of Prof. Dr. Hossam Al-Mallahi – the university president, of the need to build a student at Al-Nahda University. And it’s not just about the educational process.
Prof. Dr. Hossam Al-Mallahi – President of Al-Nahda University during his speech
Prof. Dr. Magdy Abdel Qader – Vice President for Education and Student Affairs
Dr. Suzan Seif – Dean of the College of Oral and Dental Medicine
Extensive talk about academic guidance
Dr. Hyman Zain Al-Abidin and talking about quality and achieving it on the ground
Dr. Marwa Sayed and Eng. Mohamed Khaled and a talk about
Performance development in Aptech English and Aptech for computer
A part of the discussions of the staff about the work mechanism
Under the patronage of Prof. Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, the ideal student competition was held at the level of Egypt’s universities at Fayoum University from July 12, 2021 to July 15, 2021 with the participation of 20 universities, As a culmination of the university administration’s effort under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Hossam Al-Mallahi, President of Al-Nahda University, which has taken into consideration since the first day the preparation of students scientifically, culturally and morally so that the student of Al-Nahda University becomes one of the building blocks of our beloved Egypt.
The student, Abdel Rahman Mohamed Youssef, the fourth-year student at the Faculty of Pharmacy, Al-Nahda University, won the second place in the competition, outperforming 18 governmental universities.
It is worth mentioning that the ideal student competition took place with the participation of 20 universities, including 19 governmental universities and one private university, Al-Nahda University in Beni Suef. Al-Nahda University has participated with two male and female exemplary students at the university.
Student Abdul Rahman Muhammad Yusuf with the award
Al-Nahda University students participating in the competition