Executive and Financial Affairs Committee recommends the Formation of a Mini-Committee to evaluate and regulate the Investment Structure of the University

Executive and Financial Affairs Committee recommends the Formation of a Mini-Committee to evaluate and regulate the Investment Structure of the University

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DSC_7969-300x201 DSC_7973-300x201 DSC_7995-300x201 DSC_8013-300x201 DSC_8015-300x201 DSC_8016-300x201The Committee of the Executive and Financial Affairs approved the formation of a committee to re-formulate the technical aspects of the proposal of the University‘s support fund and its organizational regulations for its approval at the next University Council meeting which aims to achieve the objectives, tasks, and purposes, and to communicate with Gezira State community to encourage the University to achieve its mission towards society.

This came during the meeting of the Committee, yesterday, which chaired by Prof. Ali Mohammed Shumo, Chairman of the University Council and Chairman of the Committee, at the Mikey Residence Hotel, in Khartoum.

The members of the Committee got aware of the contributions, achievements and initiatives of University of Gezira graduates in various faculties, which led to the success of the University’s Renaissance Project within its various axes.

Prof. Shumo, praised the fervour and spirit of belonging to the graduates, and their active and constructive contributions and he called for more support. “The activities of the University have become rich due to active administration in all fields,” he said.

The Chairman of the Economic Committee Prof. Mohammed Awad Al-Karim reviewed the axes of the University’s Renaissance Project and the role required of the graduates in the various institutions of the University and continuing the roles in the administration of the University’s Renaissance, noting the completion of the first phase of networking and the work is underway in the second phase.

The Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University, Dr. Mohammed Babiker Al-Awad, reviewed the outputs of the five-year plan with the National Students’ Welfare Fund, which aims to close the housing gap and keep pace with the increase and development of faculties. As well as expanding the students’ dormitories and care of sanitation.

The Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Mohammed El-Sanousi, confirmed that all the educational axes went well and smoothly, pointing to the great successes in the research axis, he disclosed that the Faculty of Medicine has been approved internationally. He referred to the agreement that signed with the Real Estate Commercial Bank in the implementation of the University’s Renaissance Projects and called for the need to find sponsorship for the upcoming conferences of the University.

This Committee recommended the formation of a mini-committee to evaluate and regulate the investment structure of the University to carry out its assigned role.