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2nd Practical Training Projects Exhibition for Female Students of Education
23/05/2011

 

The 2nd Practical Training Projects Exhibition for Female Students of the Department of Education took place on Tuesday May 5, 2011 in the cafeteria of the female campus at ALHOSN University. The Exhibition was inaugurated by Prof. Abdul Rahim Sabouni, Vice Chancellor and the CEO of ALHOSN University. Among the attendees were Prof. Mohamed Mandi, the UAE artist from Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), Dr. Mohammed Saeed Hasab El-Naby, Chair of the Department of Education, Prof. Mohamed Mahmoud Mousa, Coordinator in the Department of Education, Ms. Latifa Al Qubaisi, Deputy Principal of Al Manhal International School as well as ALHOSN University teaching faculty, staff and students.
The Exhibition showcased students’ projects. The female graduates presented the educational equipment, tools, and paraphernalia utilized during their hands-on training in the Al Nahda National School and Al Manhal International School. This year’s exhibition was more robust in terms of the number of projects presented and students who participated. The audience commended the female students’ innovation and ability to design and craft educational means and games befitting primary school students.
Prof. Abdul Rahim Sabouni, Vice Chancellor and the CEO of ALHOSN University, stated that the University is exerting its best efforts to support student activities and extracurricular events that provide an outlet for students’ talents. He affirmed that the female students’ innovations he saw attest to students’ distinctive abilities and great potential to contribute to the development of the education field. At the closure of the Exhibition, the female students presented a commemorative armor to Prof. Abdul Rahim Sabouni in appreciation for his unfaltering support for the students at the Department of Education at ALHOSN University. 
 
 

 

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