The worker of the Institute of Islamisation Knowledge, Idriss Siam Arbab, won the first place of the Institute‘s Award of environmental improvement in its seventh version, which came under the slogan: (“The last of it is musk. So, for this let the competitors compete”).
Idriss, who won this award in the years 2006 – 2007 – 2011, was awarded a sum of 10 thousand pounds, a cup and a certificate of appreciation, while the opportunity of Umrah was transferred to another winner due to his earlier receipt.
The award committee decided to award Idriss, who was appointed to the Institute in 2011 and well known for his excellence in the performance of his work, good morals and ethics, a certificate of merit.
Nemat Ali Al-Alim, who was appointed in 1998 and has a reputation for excellence in the performance of her work, and good appearance, won the first prize at the level of female workers. And thus, obtained the opportunity of Umrah, a cup, a certificate of appreciation and the amount of money (3) thousand pounds.
Also, the worker, Al-Sirr Ummara, awarded the second award and was given the opportunity of Umrah, the amount of “3” thousand pounds, and a certificate of appreciation. Ummara was appointed in 2012, is well known for his excellent work and good performance.
Khadija Rosas, who was appointed in 2002 and is an example of dedication, loyalty and excellence in the performance of her work, and good and attractive appearance, won the second place of the second award, deserved a certificate of appreciation and amount of money “5” thousand pounds.
Ibrahim Omar Khamis and Ahmed Al Zein, won the first place of the third award and each received an appreciation certificate and amount of “2500” pounds.
Ibrahim Khamis, who was appointed in 2001, was temporarily worked with the late engr. Idriss Bashir, also served as the head of the workers during the period from 2000 to 2011 and he is well known for his good morality and good performance, alongside with his colleague Ahmed Al-Zein, who was appointed in 2002.
Aisha Suleiman obtained the third place, where she received a certificate of appreciation and amount of “3” thousands of pounds. Aisha, who also has a reputation for excellence in her work, was appointed in 2002.
The programme witnessed the honour of the worker Samia Abdullah, who moved to work in another institution with a certificate of appreciation and a sum of 2,000 pounds. Also, honoured Fadila Mersil, Ahmed Mohd Zain, Abdul Rahim Al Awad and the distinguished health worker Tia Kafia.
The winners received their awards from the hands of the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Mohd El-Sanousi Mohd, and the administration of the Institute under the leadership of the current Dean Dr. Mohd Babiker Al Awad.
It is noteworthy that the Institute of Islamisation Knowledge (IMAM), has been organised the Annual Environmental Improvement award to encourage employees and workers to the mastering and creativity. he award was established in 2002 and developed from a financial award to the opportunities of Umrah and pilgrimage to the House of Allah. The committee, according to its chairman Abdulrahman Mohd Adam, Head of the Quality and Evaluation Unit at the Institute, added the workers, professors, employees, environmental supervisors and workers to select the award, which is governed by a regulation.
IMAM Institute continued to establish and anchor many of the values, meanings and concepts that made it an Institute of message in the first place. The Institute goes on to add this award to its record of achievements, which is calculated for it and is an addition and a gesture will follow the example of many academic institutions and service, especially it glorifies the values of humanity and giving for humanity.