Smart Partnership A Catalyst for Education Growth
The Ministry of Education (MOE) in Khartoum State has organized, in collaboration with Sudan University of Science and Technology (SUST), graduation ceremony for120 secondary school teachers in Khartoum State who have attended a computer training course organized by SUST. The ceremony was held at Martyr’s Hall in SUST under the banner "A Step Towards the Computerization of Public Education".
The event was attended by HE the Minister of Education Dr. Mu'tasim Abdul Rahim, SUST’s Vice-Chancellor Prof Hashim Ali Salim, in addition to a number of SUST leaders and MOE officials. In his speech, Dr. Mu'tasim paid tribute to SUST Management for its restless efforts and greatest achievements by the contributions it makes to serve the community, saying that the new technology will inspire teachers to use it in engaging ways to help students develop higher level technological skills. Equally important, it serves to motivate students to use learning technology resources and better prepare them for more success to disseminate knowledge, emphasizing the determination of MOE to continue the experience and transfer it via the Ministry's Website, and promising that MOE will introduce smart blackboard to improve the quality of education in the State.
For his part , SUST’s Vice-Chancellor Prof. Hashim ensured that the University will carry out its continuing national mission on education through information and technology for all basic and secondary schools students in Khartoum and other States of Sudan, and will make its maximum efforts in this area to encourage teachers and students by nurturing and honing their technological skills in this particular area.
Dr. Adel Hassan, Dean of the College of Technology emphasized the importance of this specialized training course because it represents an effective problem solving tool for technical illiteracy among students and trainees, adding that the current 120 trainees only represent the beginning, but more will follow in future, and the College will continue to provide training courses through smart partnership with the Ministry of Education as part of SUST’s contribution to e-government project.