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Her Excellency the Vice President for Female Student Affairs, Dr. Jawaher bint Abdulrahman Al-Omar, met in her office, on Wednesday, 27 Rajab 1440 AH, Ms. Donia bin Hassan and Ms. Hanan Munawar Al-Mutairi from the team preparing the alignment report between the university's strategic plan and the Kingdom's Vision 2030.
During the meeting, Her Excellency the Vice President for Female Student Affairs reviewed the report, which aims to enhance ways to benefit and align the university's strategic plan with its objectives and indicators with the Kingdom's Vision 2030.
The report included the methodology for preparing the report, an overview of the Kingdom's Vision 2030, the synergies between the methodology of the university plan and the methodology of the Kingdom's Vision 2030, as well as the relationship of education to the development of the national economy, and the compatibility of each of the objectives of the strategic plan, the university's plan and its institutional values with the Kingdom's Vision 2030, and the report also included the compatibility of performance indicators between the Kingdom's Vision 2030 and the university.
For her part, the Vice President for Female Student Affairs, Dr. Jawaher bint Abdulrahman Al-Omar, praised the report's compatibility and harmony with the Kingdom's Vision 2030, stressing the importance of continuing efforts towards achieving the desired goals.
He pointed out that the support and assistance of His Excellency the President of the University, Dr. Khalid bin Saad Al-Muqrin, to all development agencies and programs at the university has had the greatest impact on achieving many qualitative and developmental achievements.
At the end of the meeting, Her Excellency the Vice President for Student Affairs thanked the report preparation team for the great effort made.
Based on the directives of the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, and with the follow-up of the supervisor of the Office of Initiatives Management and Vision Realization at the university, Prof. Dr. Muslim bin Muhammad Al-Dosari, the office held a workshop "Linking the identity of the Kingdom's Vision 2030", where in this workshop the guide to linking the identity of the Kingdom's Vision 2030 was reviewed, which was issued by the Strategic Management Office of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs, indicating the cases in which the media appearance of a poet Vision, conditions of appearance, entities entitled to it, and projects to which the logo can be added.
For his part, the Vice President of the University, who oversees the Office of Initiatives Management and Vision Realization at the University, Prof. Musallam bin Muhammad Al-Dosari, stated that this workshop comes within the framework of the continuous assurance of His Excellency the President of the University to fully interact with the development procedures related to enabling the Kingdom's Vision 2030, based on the circular issued by the Strategic Management Office of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs, which is the body that prepared this guide and circulated it to the various authorities, to work with the determinants that have been set with regard to appearance. Stressing the importance of all university entities to take into account these determinants if they add the vision logo to their activities and events, adding that there will be a mechanism for follow-up and evaluation of the extent of commitment to these determinants, His Excellency concluded his speech by thanking His Excellency the President of the University for his support for the activities of the office and the working team in the office for their efforts.
The university, represented by the Faculty of Medicine, held a symposium entitled: The psychological and social dimensions of violence against women, in the theater of the Faculty of Medicine building, on the occasion of the "Recommend Women Good" campaign to combat violence against women, and coinciding with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, where Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Atram, Professor and Consultant Psychiatrist and Head of the Department of Psychiatry at the Faculty of Medicine and Head of the Mental Health Promotion Group at the University, and Dr. Hanan Ismail, Associate Professor of Mental Health at the Faculty of Education and member of the Mental Health Promotion Group, and was managed by Mr. Ahmed Al-Osailan.
The symposium included several axes, including: introducing violence against women, its forms, and the psychological symptoms resulting from it, spreading public awareness in order to eliminate it, focusing on protecting women's psychological and social rights, creating a comprehensive social awareness situation in order to address it, and introducing the official authorities that can be contacted in the event of exposure to violence, as well as talking about the achievements of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the field of empowering women and enacting laws that would protect them. At the end of the meeting, the interventions of the attendees were received and their inquiries were answered.
The Student Support Unit, in coordination with the Training and Public Relations Unit at the College, held a training course for students on (mental health, its problems and methods of treatment), in Hall (26/3) on Wednesday, 8/5/1437 AH, presented by Dr. Jalal Al-Siddiq, Head of the Unit.
The course dealt with explaining the definition of mental health and the importance of positive factors for human mental health in general and for students in particular, as well as the most important psychological problems facing students, including fear, anxiety, depression and shyness, explaining the most important symptoms indicative of these problems and the physical, psychological and social changes that occur to students, which greatly affect their behavior patterns, and the most important methods of treating these problems were explained.
At the end of the course, students' questions and inquiries were answered.
Under the guidance of His Excellency the Dean of the College of Sciences and Humanities in Al-Ghat, Dr. Omar bin Muhammad Al-Omar, the Student Activities Unit at the College held an introductory training course on entrepreneurship in cooperation with the Institute of Entrepreneurship in Zulfi, under the agreement signed between the College and the Institute, which was presented by Mr. Fahd Al-Huwaishan, Director of the Institute of Entrepreneurship in Zulfi on Wednesday 18/07/1439 AH, where this course touched on the most important points and concepts of entrepreneurship, the most important of which are the following:
1. The concept of entrepreneurship
2. The concept of creativity
3. Objectives of the Institute of Entrepreneurship
4. Important tips for any entrepreneur
His Excellency the Dean of the College, Dr. Omar bin Muhammad Al-Omar, stressed that these courses come within the college's preparations for many activities, programs and events targeting its students, and stressed his happiness to provide all the courses students need to develop their abilities, and noted the keenness of the students of the college to participate in the activities and programs offered by the college, as these participations bring them scientific and practical benefits, and urge them to highlight their abilities and talents.
Within the cultural events and activities held by the College of Education in Zulfi, represented by the Student Affairs Agency, the Student Activities Unit, in cooperation with the National Entrepreneurship Institute in Zulfi, held a course entitled ((My Experience with Entrepreneurship)) presented by Mr. Abdul Rahman Saud Al-Sweikat, in which he talked about presenting an experience with entrepreneurship and motivation for entrepreneurship and differentiating between self-employment and job and warned of the mistakes that beginners make in trade and between the method and conditions for applying to Riyada Institute to request support The students interacted with the lecturer, and their queries were answered.
Where the themes of the program were:
- Presenting my experience with entrepreneurship
- Motivation for entrepreneurship
- Differentiate between self-employment and employment
- Warning of mistakes made by beginners in trading
- Presenting the method and conditions for applying to Riyada Institute to request support
The main objective of the program was:
- Spreading the culture of self-employment
- Building positive behavior towards self-employment
- Developing a national program for entrepreneurship and the development of small and medium enterprises.
- Qualifying human cadres specialized in entrepreneurship
- Creating job opportunities for young people through their own projects
Within the framework of implementing the operational plan of the Community Service Unit in the Department of Business Administration and under the directives of His Excellency the Dean of the College and in cooperation with the Vice Deanship for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research. The Institute of Entrepreneurship in Riyadh presented a workshop on raising awareness of the importance of entrepreneurship and self-employment entitled Start with Riyada on Monday 27/5/1437 AH.
The course was presented by His Excellency Mr. Abdul Rahman Al-Moqbel, Director of Projects at the Institute of Entrepreneurship, for the benefit of college students. Mr. Abdul Rahman Al-Moqbel began by introducing the Institute of Entrepreneurship, briefly explaining its most important objectives, namely: spreading the culture of self-employment, training, consulting, guidance, incubation, facilitating access to finance and facilitating obtaining licenses.
He also explained the five stages of an entrepreneur's journey with Riyada program, which are:
First: How to apply to benefit from the Riyada program
Second: The content and objectives of the personal interview within the Riyada program
Third / Enroll in the course "Start your small business"
Fourth: How to obtain funding and support and the role of the Riyada program at this stage
Fifth: The process of guidance and counseling
A number of students interacted in the form of a flood of questions centered on: how to build a successful idea for a promising project, how to sharpen the skills and refine the entrepreneurial talents necessary to start operating a project and how to finance the project.
At the end of the meeting, His Excellency the Vice Dean for Scientific Research and Graduate Studies, Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Darqi, thanked the Institute of Entrepreneurship, represented by His Excellency Mr. Abdul Rahman Al-Moqbel, for the distinguished efforts he makes to prepare a generation of entrepreneurs capable of leading future national development, and His Excellency the Head of the Department of Business Administration, Dr. Musharraf Abdullah Al-Musharraf, valued the pioneering role of this institute, indicating that education and training programs in the field of entrepreneurship are classified into two categories: Education programs and training programs, in general, both types aim to stimulate entrepreneurship, but are distinguished from each other by the diversity of program objectives or outcomes; entrepreneurship education programs tend to focus on building knowledge and skills about entrepreneurship (a role that the college plays) while entrepreneurship training programs tend to focus on knowledge and skill building in order to prepare for the startup of an organization (a role played by the Institute of Entrepreneurship and others). leading national programs in this field).
The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Unit in the female sections held a course entitled "Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship", on Thursday 24/3/1441 AH in the Protocol Hall, presented by Dr. Arafa Jibril - from the Department of Business Administration -, where it targeted female students, administrators and faculty members, and included the following axes:
Introducing the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, its capabilities and the services it provides.
Spreading the concept and culture of entrepreneurship among students.
Developing and stimulating the creative thought of students.
Transforming ideas and scientific research into high-value products to support the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Presenting the pilot project in the form of a commercial model with an illustrative description of the stages and prototypes that the financial and accounting feasibility study went through.
The College of Education in Majmaah holds a lecture on the mental health of the university student
Within the framework of the keenness of the College of Education in Majmaah to activate the student activities plan,
And work on the development of student skills, and face psychological problems,
The Vice Deanship for Student Affairs held a lecture entitled: (Mental Health of the University Student);
It was presented by Dr. Abdul Hamid Haj Amin.
A dialogue session entitled: (Saudi Women and the Sustainable Development Goals)