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The College of Petroleum Engineering & Technology Welcomes its New Students

2013-09-21

The College of Petroleum Engineering & Technology Welcomes its New Students

On Saturday 21 September 2013, and as part of the celebration organized for the new 2013-2014 academic year students, the College of Petroleum Engineering & Technology has organized, in coordination with the Deanship of Student Affairs and the Students Union, a field recreational trip to Sabaloka fall for ninety six (96) students. The Deputy Dean of the College, Dr. Abbas Musa Ya’qub accompanied the students, along with other staff members, in addition to the College Secretary Dr. Amina Merghani, Head of Students’ Supervision Department at Southern Campus, Prof. Hawwa Ishaq Jibril and Prof. Fatma Omar Ibrahim, Head of Information and Documentation at the Deanship of Students Affairs in the Western Campus. The Deputy Dean congratulated freshmen with admission to SUST hoping for it to be a year full of perseverance, diligence, activities and accomplishments, while appealing students to comply with SUST’s regulations and rules, cooperate with their professors, colleagues and encouraged them to persist toward attaining their academic goals and achieve their aspirations in order to reach the highest levels of learning and knowledge to effectively contribute in future to the development of our beloved country Sudan.

The students also received a detailed explanation about petroleum exploration and the reason for visiting this area containing sedimentary rocks and its relation to petroleum and exploration process. Supervisor Hawwa Ishaq delivered a speech detailing the Deanship’s objectives mentioning that it is endeavoring to create a positive environment conductive to learning and prepare students academically, socially and emotionally to assume leadership roles in their chosen careers and as citizens of the nation and the world. Program segments included a Nile Cruise to the beautiful waterfalls area where students saw the panoramic view of the mountain gorge and received a full explanation delivered by the tour guide. The program lasted until five o'clock in the evening.