Prof. Dr. Abdel-Fattah Saud, Vice President of Ain Shams University for Education and Student Affairs, inspects the final year exams committees at the Faculty of Nursing, to check on the proper progress of the exam process and ensure that all necessary procedures approved by the university are applied; In the presence of Prof. Sahar Suleiman, Dean of the College, the number of students performing exams is 500, distributed among 12 committees.
It is worth noting that a package of preventive measures was taken before, during and after the exam, to ensure the safety of students, as students were divided on the gates and the identification of ground marks taking into account the leaving a distance of two meters between each student to the other to avoid any contention, in addition to specifying compulsory paths for the entry and exit of students To the committees; To avoid any gatherings inside the college, whether before or after the exam in addition to
As well as measuring the temperature for students before entering from the faculty gate.
In the event that any symptoms are suspected among students during admission to the exam, such as a temperature rise to 37 and a half degrees above, it will be transferred to the Student Hospital with a sterile ambulance to check on it and take the smears and do the necessary analyzes and rays without charge, the student is prevented from entering the exam and the student is postponed With an acceptable medical excuse without payment in return for the excuse and maintaining the discretion of the subject, with the student having the right to enter the second floor.
Security personnel also direct students directly to the committees ’locations, with no gatherings of students permanently permitted (before the exam or after completion)
It is not to allow students to move toward the changing room and lockers of tools. Besides spraying and sterilizing the examination rooms after each exam committee.
The examinations are scheduled to continue at the Faculty of Nursing until July 27, while the exams in various colleges of the university will continue until the third week of August.