In the midst of a large crowd of new students and their parents, Prof. Eisa Bashier Mohamad, Vice Chancellor of Sudan University of Science and Technology (SUST), addressed the audience of the second day of the students orientation week in the college of Engineering, for the academic year 2022-2023.
The event was also attended by Dr. Afra Hashim, Deputy Secretary for Scientific Affairs, Dr. Mohamed El-Amin Ahmed, Dean of the College of Engineering, and Dr. Ebtihal Haider Gismalla, Deputy Dean of Engineering for Academic Affairs, Dr. Mohamad Yaqoub Ismail, Deputy Dean of Engineering for Administrative Affairs, heads of the various schools and colleges in the college, faculty teachers, and a large number of students and parents.
The vice chancellor, Prof Bashier, welcomed the new students and their families, reviewing the prestigious history of the university and the stages of its development until it became at the forefront of Sudanese universities due to its interest in revising and updating its programs periodically to keep pace with the world. He urged students to pay attention to achievement, perseverance and maintaining their distinction, announcing the readiness of the university to provide everything in its power to prepare an effective learning environment.
Dr. Afra Hashim explained that scientific affairs is the gateway through which the student joins the university and also through which he graduates, as it is the incubator that follows up the educational process of students at the university. She also reviewed the academic regulations and codes of practice.
The heads of departments and managers of schools shed light and gave a full explanation about the various specializations of the College of Engineering, while Dr. Ibrahim Mohamed Ibrahim, the registrar of the College of Engineering, gave an enlightening lecture on academic advising and the regulations and systems related to it. The vice chancellor made an tour in the campus during which he toured the various sites in the Southern Campus and was briefed on the status there.