«Businesswomen» honors students of architecture and interior design

Dr. Sheikha Rana bint Isa bin Daij Al Khalifa, Secretary General of the Higher Education Council and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Higher Education Council, praised the initiative of the Bahrain Business Women Association led by Ahlam Janahi to train students in architecture and interior design for their participation in training programs organized by the association in collaboration with NG Engineering’s office, which emphasizes the importance of community partnership and the essential role of associations and civil society institutions in supporting, motivating students, engaging them in the to enter the labor market and prepare them for postgraduate study.

During a speech she gave at a ceremony honoring architecture and interior design students hosted by the Zain Center for e-Learning at the University of Bahrain in Sakhir, she said that the number of graduate engineers on the field of engineering in higher education institutions is 868 during the academic year 2020-2021.

The Secretary-General of the Higher Education Council added that the number of students registered in the field of engineering at higher education institutions has reached 6573, including 2196 male and 4377 female students, distributed among the institutions of the higher education sector.

In turn, the president of the University of Bahrain, Dr. Jawaher Al Mudhaki, in her speech on the occasion of the presentation of the design of the new headquarters of the Assembly said: “The first supporter of the National University is His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, Supreme President of the University – may God bless him and protect his care – and the diligent follow-up of His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince and Prime Minister – may God protect him – to pave the way for the university and its students to promote themselves and their country on the best way to represent, and this is evident in the various competitions and forums.

She indicated d. Al-Mudhaki pointed out that about 3,000 students of the University of Bahrain receive training in the Kingdom’s public and private institutions annually, and about a thousand of the students are from the College of Engineering alone, pointing out that engineering sciences one of the professions is what cannot be destroyed, despite progress in various sciences, which may displace some professions, and drive other professions to disappear in the future, with praise for the efforts made by the students to to contribute to the design of the headquarters of the Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society, indicating what they receive from theoretical courses that they applied in their practical designs during their studies At the university and the care they received as trainees in the engineering office at the Society is affiliated.

On this occasion, the president of the university conveyed to the president of the association, Ahlam Janahi, and all its members, thanks and appreciation for the attention they give to the university students, which is a community participation that I hoped to continue go and deepen for the benefit and interest of the students.

For his part, the President of the Gulf University, Professor Muhannad Al-Mashhadani, said: “We are very proud of the participation of our students from the Bachelor of Interior Design program in the project to launch the Bahrain Business Women’s Association- built under the direct supervision of Engineer Noor Al-Mutawa.” ?

Al-Mashhadani explained the great impact these opportunities have on the student’s personality, developing his skills and increasing his knowledge of practical experiences, which increases his experiences and increases his readiness to engage in the labor market after graduation .

Al-Mashhadani emphasized that the Gulf University constantly focuses on enriching the core of the study plans for all courses with the practical aspect through field visits, practical student projects conducted by specialized engineers from inside and outside the Kingdom of Bahrain, and training workshops with international specialized bodies and personalities such as the educational trip Students of the University of Munster in Germany, as well as extramural projects such as the participation of students in the redesign of the interior facilities of the Gulf University, and other activities.

For her part, Ahlam Janahi, president of the Bahrain Business Women Association, in her speech at the ceremony on behalf of the Bahrain Business Women Association said: “I express my sincere thanks and gratitude to His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, may God protect him, and to His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince, the Prime Minister, may God protect him, and to Her Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, wife of the Great King of the country, President of the Supreme Council for Women, may God protect and protect her, and to the Honorary President of the Society, Her Highness Sheikha Thajba bint Salman Al Khalifa, may God protect and protect her to support Our unprecedented and continuous wise leadership in all fields to the status to raise the status of Bahraini women and open to them prospects for progress and full participation, and to integrate them into the reform project of our beloved Kingdom k, to achieve sustainable development, according to qualitative plans and programs that contributed to their status and representation, and the defense of their interests and their benefits in local, Gulf, regional and international forums

And she continued, “I also express my thanks and appreciation to Dr. Sheikha Rana bint Issa bin Daij Al Khalifa for her generous sponsorship of this important ceremony, and I also thank Dr. Jawaher Shaheen Al Mudhaki for his cooperation with the association. and strengthening the role of Bahraini women and their contribution to all commercial, economic and investment activities in light of the reform project, the Society celebrated the 22nd anniversary of its founding as the first Gulf Businesswomen Association.”

Janahi confirmed that the initiative comes within the association’s training program to educate university students and qualify them for the labor market. Majoring in architecture and interior design for the work of a project “a new design for the headquarters of the Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society” in terms of the external structure and interior design of the Society, with training from the office of NG, owned by Eng. Noor Al-Mutawa, Vice-Chairman of the Media and Public Relations Committee of the Society, thanks her for training the students in the work area

Dr. Sheikha Rana bint Isa bin Daij Al Khalifa, Secretary-General of the Council for Higher Education and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Council for Higher Education, welcomed the initiative of the C……. To read the entire article, download the free and ad-free Al-Ayyam app or visit the website.alayam.com

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