Governor of Khartoum Attends Freshers’ Orientation for the College of Physical Education and Sports

In the college of Physical Education and Sports at the Sudan University of Science and Technology (SUST), Professor Ahmed Osman Hamza, the governor of Khartoum State, addressed the activities of the closing ceremony for 2022-2023 students orientation, for the year 3022-2023, accompanied by Prof. Eisa Bashier Mohamed, Vice Chancellor of the University.

The event was attended by Prof. Awadalla Tayfor Ali Ismail, Principal of the university, and Prof. Ahmed Adam Ahmed, Dean of the College of Physical Education and Sports and a group of professors in the midst of a large crowd of students.

Prof. Ahmed Osman Hamzah spoke welcoming all the attendees. He explained the importance of the college and its pioneering role in society. He valued the aspirations of the college and its continuous development towards progress in various sports fields, promising to assist and solve the problems facing the college. He also directed the various state agencies to cooperate and work with the administration of the university and the college and providing the necessary and rapid support for the college’s programs and its various projects.

Prof. Bashier expressed his happiness at receiving the newly admitted students of physical education and sports. He welcomed the Governor and his delegation and appreciated their participation in the orientation celebration. He emphasized that the university stands through smart partnerships with the state, promising its development and continuity. He called on the students to achieve more academic achievement, effort, excellence, and return the favor to their families, wishing them a successful academic and academic year.

Prof. Ahmed Adam spoke welcoming the guests, explaining the goals and mission of the Scientific College, referring to its distinguished geographical location in the center of the capital, Khartoum. He said, "The college contains a large number of different sports stadiums in addition to the vast unexploited areas".

Prof. Ahmed added that they face problems in sanitation, environment, infrastructure, securing fences and facilities, as well as maintenance, lighting and rehabilitation of stadiums, promising that the college will be a center for sports work with its capabilities and scientific expertise.

The program included a number of sports activities performed by the students, represented in karate, gymnastics, kung fu and boxing. All attendees witnessed the handing over of the flag from the 45th batch marked with the color (yellow) to the 46th batch with the color (red). The governor of Khartoum State was also honored with a shield and commemorative signs gifted on behalf of the university and students.

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