The president of Suez Canal University attends the graduation ceremony of the first batch of the Egyptian-Chinese College of Applied Technology

Dr. Nasser Mandour, President of the Suez Canal University, sent his greatest thanks and appreciation to all who helped establish this great building, starting with Dr. Mamdouh Ghorab, governor of Sharkia, and then president of the Suez Canal University, who adopted the idea. and worked to implement it in the light of joint international cooperation between the Republic of Arab Egypt, represented by the Suez Canal University and the Misr El Kheir Foundation.

Where the Foundation has undertaken the necessary studies to implement the Egyptian-Chinese College of Applied Technology and the People’s Republic of China, represented by the Chinese University of Peking, and the Misr Al-Khair Foundation has already implemented the implementation with funding from the Sheikh Abdullah Al-Nouri Charitable Association as a fruitful product of the partnership between Egypt and the State of Kuwait.

He added that the college is a pioneer and uniquely oriented to achieve the development sought by the Egyptian state through its strategic plan for the development of the technical education system to qualify young graduates and refine their skills, within the framework of Egypt’s Vision 2030, which aims to link between the needs of the labor market and the training available to graduates from different disciplines.

The graduation ceremony of the first batch of the Egyptian-Chinese College of Applied Technology at the Suez Canal University included a speech for the graduates in Arabic and Chinese, in the presence of Dr. Muhammad Shqif, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, Mrs. Hoda Farag, Secretary-General of the University, deans of faculties and advisers to the President of the University for Engineering Affairs, led by Dr. Ibrahim Al-Qurash and advisors University Dr. Ihab Lotfy and Dr. Bassem El-Hadi.

The ceremony is under the executive supervision of dr. Ibrahim Fares, dean of the Egyptian-Chinese College of Applied Technology, under the supervision of dr. Tamer Nabil, Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs, and in the presence of dr. Mahmoud Farag, Vice Dean for Community Service and Environmental Development, the Secretary of the College and its administrative body and students’ parents.

The ceremony was attended by Lu Xiaoping, president of Beijing College of Information Technology, “through video conference”, Dr. Saber Hassan, Head of the Education Sector at the Misr El-Kheir Foundation, Mahmoud Al-Nouri, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Abdel-Baqy Al-Nouri Endowment and Treasurer of the Abdullah Al-Nouri Charitable Society, and Nayef Rashid Al-Tayyar, representative of the state embassy. Kuwait, Dr. Maha Al-Hafnawi on behalf of the Minister of Social Solidarity, dr. Sami Hashem, Member of the House of Representatives and Chairman of the Education Committee of the House, Sun Jun, Deputy Director of the Beijing Education Committee, Lin Yu, Deputy Director of the Department of Vocational Education and Adult Education at the Ministry of Education, and Yang Run Khao, counselor Culture of the People’s Republic of China.

Dr. Tamer Nabil, Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs, indicated that the result of the bachelor’s degree at the Egyptian Chinese College of Applied Technology is 95.79%, 100% for the Communication Department, 96.15% for the Electronics Department, and 92.3 % for the Mechatronics department. Osama Muhammad, Department of Communication Technology, student Asmaa Kamal Abdel-Sattar, Department of Electronic Technology, second, student Amal Hani Ahmed third, “electronics technology,” and student Sarah Hussein Ahmed fourth, “mechatronic technology,” student Abdul Rahman Omar Abdul Aziz third position, Department of Communication Technology. The student Radwa Mohamed Shehata, Department of Electronic Technology, took the sixth place, and Simon Gamal Ibrahim, “communication technology,” the seventh place, and the eighth place for the student Menna Allah Hossam El-Din Fawzy, the department of mechatronic technology, and the ninth place for the student Karim Ahmed Harbi, “electronic technology,” and the tenth place was won by the student Suzan Nasr. Mohamed, Department of Electronic Technology.

Dr. Ibrahim Fares, Dean of the Egyptian-Chinese College of Applied Technology, in turn thanked the success partners, Beijing College of Information Technology, Misr El-Khair Foundation, and Abdullah Al-Nouri Charitable Society for their efforts in establishing this pioneering college which aims to provide a graduate armed with science and meet the needs of the labor market in a promising area, being the first A-college of its kind in the Middle East, and the Dean of the College has released the name of the late student Muhannad Ismail on the first batch of the college, and prays to God to forgive him and have mercy on him and dwell in his vast gardens.

The ceremony included the screening of a film about the Egyptian-Chinese College of Applied Technology and an artistic presentation by the students of the college

Dr. During his speech, Saber Hassan thanked everyone who was responsible for the establishment and development of the Egyptian-Chinese College of Applied Technology, and explained that the college was built on three main axes, the basis of which is quality and the development of education systems. .

For his part, Mr. Mahmoud Al-Nouri appreciated the successful partnership that led to the transformation of theory into reality with one goal: to contribute to supporting the quality of education in Egypt by promoting the development of the technical education system take. He also reviewed the contributions. of the charity association at the international level.

Nayef Rashid Al-Tayyar, representative of the State of Kuwait, addressed the graduates and wished them success in their working lives, noting that today the partnership is reaping the fruits of cooperation that continued over years of work until a distinguished graduate with various skills appear.

Ying Runkhao, the cultural adviser of the People’s Republic of China, added that the students of the first batch of the college are diligent and happy, and despite the spread of the Corona pandemic, it has not affected your progress in the college not, since Egypt and China attach great importance to supporting and developing young people, especially in light of the fruitful cooperation in many fields that takes place between In the two countries, there is a lot of consensus in visions and goals for real development, and wish the students to promote their professional level and continued education and learning.

Then the ceremony of handing over the shields to the success partners of the Egyptian-Chinese College from the Chinese side, representatives of the Misr El-Khair Foundation, the sister state of Kuwait, the Abdullah Al-Nouri Charitable Society and the leaders of Suez Canal University , start

Engineer Amal Mubdi, Executive Vice President of Misr El Kheir Foundation, announced the award of the trip of his life to the father and mother of the late student Muhannad Ismail. .

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