Ain Shams University announces the course of electronic coordination for the first time for high school students
The computer labs for electronic coordination at Ain Shams University completed the reception of high school students during the first phase of coordination where 2420 students flocked over the past five days, where 14 factories were allocated all operating since 9:00 a.m. every day during the coordination period until 3:00 p.m., and This is under the auspices of Dr. Abdul Wahab Ezzat, President of the University, and Dr. Abdul Fattah Saud, Vice President of Education and Students.
Where the three electronic coordination laboratories in the Faculty of Arts received 1126 students, as well as the laboratories of the Faculty of Computers and the information five allocated by the administration of the college 383 students, and received two laboratories college of engineering over the course of five days 402 students, as the laboratory of the Faculty of Agriculture received 224 students, where the department allocated The college is a computer laboratory equipped with an air-conditioned waiting room and displays to provide guidance to be followed in the coordination process, as the girls college laboratories received 207 students, as the university city laboratory received 78 students.
The students and their families praised the service of the university's coordination laboratories and the allocation of of waiting places in addition to the competence of the administrators supervising the laboratories, where the wishes of their students were recorded easily and easily.
The electronic coordination laboratories at Ain Shams University continued to receive high school students for the new academic year 2020:2019 for four consecutive days, where the labs received on the third day computer labs in the six coordination headquarters 140 students to bring the total number of students who have flocked since the beginning of The first stage of coordination is 1846 students.
Ain Shams University has allocated six different headquarters distributed to different faculties of the university equipped with 306 computers connected to the Internet and waiting places and displays to provide the instructions to be followed in the conduct of the coordination process, where provided factories to record desires electronically a number of points in the colleges of computers Information and literature within the campus in Abbasiya, the Faculty of Agriculture in Shabra Al-Khaimah, the Girls College in New Egypt, and the Faculty of Engineering in Abdu Pasha in Abbasiya, as well as the university hosting laboratories students in Abbasiya
A trained team of administrators was also present to supervise the laboratories and provide the necessary guidance to facilitate the students and their families under the auspices of Dr. Abdul Wahab Ezzat, President of the University, and Dr. Abdul Fattah Saud, Vice President of the University for Education and Student Affairs, and the laboratories continue to provide electronic coordination services. For students of the first phase of coordination until Thursday, July 25.
The university administration also provided all necessary to complete the process of registering wishes electronically in ease, accuracy and ease, through a team of qualified and trained administrators to carry out the coordination work in addition to providing all the tools that help to perform the service with the required quality with the guidance of the staff well received Students and their families .
For his part, Dr. Abdul Fattah Saud, Vice President of The University for Education and Students Affairs, announced the continuation of electronic coordination work for the new academic year 2019-2020 in various laboratories of Ain Shams University on Tuesday, July 23, which coincides with the celebration of the anniversary of the revolution of 1952.
He explained that all the university's 14 computer labs will continue to receive first-stage students to coordinate during the periods specified by the Ministry of Higher Education from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
During the first two days of coordination, Ain Shams University laboratories received 786 students during the second day, 421 students and their families flocked to the three faculty of arts laboratories, as 97 students flocked to the laboratories of the Faculty of Engineering and the five laboratories of the Faculty of Computers and Information received 96 students and students. The girls' college laboratories received 81 students and the laboratory of the Faculty of Agriculture 65 students and the university city laboratory 26 students, bringing the total number of students who flocked over the two days to 1,706 students.
During the first day, 920 students from the high school campaign flocked to various labs at Ain Shams University.
For his part, Dr. Mohammed Sobh, Director of the Center at the Faculty of Engineering and General Supervisor of Coordination, confirmed that two computer laboratories equipped with 60 computers and printers were operated in order to facilitate the electronic registration of desires, in addition to the presence of a number of trained staff to help students during writing wishes in addition to To provide a team of qualified and trained administrators to carry out coordination work.
She explained A. Mrs. Taha Mohammed Al-Kholi in charge of coordination and supervision of laboratories and follow-up of the team and the introduction of desires to provide all the tools that help to perform the service with the required quality and guide the staff to receive students and their families, and guide them to complete the coordination process easily and has been provided a hall Waiting for parents and students.
The computer lab in the university city also received students who are successful in the high school and who want to conduct electronic coordination in the first phase of coordination, where a computer lab equipped with 30 computers connected to the Internet was allocated to conduct electronic coordination and waiting places It has screens to display the instructions the student should follow and a team of administrators has been trained to conduct electronic coordination and respond to students' inquiries.
At the Faculty of Agriculture, Dr. Ahmed Jalal, Dean of the Faculty, inspected the electronic coordination laboratory at the college, where the college allocated a computer laboratory equipped with a number of computers connected to the Internet, and also allocated an air-conditioned waiting room attached to the lab with displays to provide coordination instructions and how to register Desires.
Dr. Ahmed Jalal explained that a number of administrators were trained to supervise the laboratories and provide the necessary guidance to students and respond to all inquiries, and the laboratory of the Faculty of Agriculture witnessed the demand of high school students and their families
Dr. Najwa Badr, Dean of the Faculty of Computers and Information, also conducted an inspection tour inside the coordination laboratories of the College's Junaidi building, which includes 5 factories with a capacity of 100 computers to serve all students of the first stage of the high school campaign with a minimum of 97.07% for the scientific division, and a minimum of 95% and more for the students of the Division Sports, 80% for students of the Literary Division.
Dr. Najwa Badr confirmed that the Computer College has the largest number of laboratories at the university level, as well as providing service to students and their families a selection of experienced specialized administrators, making it easier for students to register their wishes electronically in ease and ease and with the greatest accuracy throughout the working hours decided by the Ministry. From 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The students and their families praised the good cooperation of specialists with them as well as the quality of service through the availability of a large number of computers as well as the high speed of the Internet to facilitate the process of recording desires and saving time and effort.
For her part, Dr. Suzanne Al-Qalini, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Ain Shams University, member of the National Council of Women, member of the Supreme Council of Information, and Dr. Mouawad Badawi, director of electronic coordination at the Faculty of Arts, opened the electronic coordination work for the academic year 2020/2019 at the Faculty of Arts.
Dr. Suzanne Al-Qalini confirmed the readiness of the college in all its laboratories where two computer labs equipped with 60 computers, printers and Internet service, to facilitate the electronic registration of desires, free of charge to students, as well as providing a number of trained staff to help students during writing wishes In addition to providing a team of qualified and trained administrators to carry out the coordination work in addition to providing all the tools that help to perform the service with the required quality and guiding the staff to receive students and their escorts, and guide them to complete the coordination process in the required manner, and will be working According to the schedules of the Coordination Office, the stands attached to the laboratories are also equipped to regulate the entry of frequenters to the laboratories according to the precedence of the attendance, and the rooms were provided to receive the frequent and provide them with adequate ventilation and ice water to facilitate the frequent.
As the successful students in the high school also flocked to the computer labs in the college of girls where the college allocated two computer labs to serve students wishing to coordinate electronic, under the auspices of A.D. Ruqaya Shilbi Dean of the College, where the coordination laboratory was allocated in the literary building on the fourth floor and the laboratory Dll They were provided with 40 computers connected to the Internet and trained a number of administrators to supervise the laboratories and guide students.
Dr. Ruqaya Shalabia Shavey also explained that the college's management has spared no effort in providing all the comforts and cooperation to provide electronic coordination services to students to make it easier for them and their families.