761 students flocked to the electronic coordination laboratories during the fifth day of the third phase coordination

The electronic coordination laboratories at Ain Shams University witnessed an average student presence of the third stage students to coordinate university admission for the academic year 2020/2021. Of the 256 male and female students at the laboratories of the Faculty of Computers and Information, the Faculty of Engineering received 48 students from the third stage to coordinate and register their wishes through its laboratories, while 17 students flocked to the laboratories of the Faculty of Girls, and in the Faculty of Agriculture, the electronic coordination laboratories received 27 students.

Ain Shams University has equipped 13 computer laboratories to provide electronic coordination services for high school students, distributed over five campuses, to ensure the provision of service to students and their families on a large scale, under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Mahmoud El-Metini, President of the University, supervised by Prof. Abdul Fattah Saud, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, Professor Muhammad Al-Khatib, Assistant Secretary-General for Education and Student Affairs, and Mrs. Reham, Director General of the General Administration of Education and Student Affairs.

Two headquarters were allocated on the main university campus in Abbasiya (the extension of the Caliph Al-Ma'mun) in the Faculties of Arts, Computers and Information, another headquarters at the Faculty of Engineering in Abdo Basha Square in Abbasiya, and one at the Faculty of Girls in Heliopolis at Al-Mirghani Street, and another at the Faculty of Agriculture in Shubra al-Khaimah to allow electronic registration of wishes through the electronic coordination site:

www.tansik.egypt.gov.eg

All electronic coordination headquarters at the university have taken all necessary precautionary measures to ensure the smooth conduct of coordination work, and teams of trained administrators have been allocated to conduct electronic coordination work to provide the necessary assistance and guidance to students and their families, in addition to allocating waiting places for students and their parents.

The electronic coordination laboratories will continue to receive third-stage students until Tuesday, September 22nd.

 
  • Sep 22, 2020