Under the auspices of prof. Dr. Mahmoud El-Metini, President of Ain Shams University, the executive committee responsible for activating the cooperation protocol between Ain Shams University and the Businessmen Association, headed by Prof. Dr. Ayman Saleh, Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research, in the presence of Prof. Dr. Khaled Kadri, Dean of the Faculty of Business, Prof. Dr. Ahmed Galal, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, Prof. Dr. Nagwa Badr, Dean of the Faculty of Computers and Information, Prof. Dr. Shahera Samir, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Community Service and Environmental Development, Prof. Dr. Mustafa Refaat, Director of the University's International Cooperation Office, Eng. Maged Al-Din Al-Manzalawi, Member of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Industry and Scientific Research Committee, Eng. Alaa Fikry, Vice President of the Construction Committee, Eng. Osama Genedi, Chairman of the Energy Committee, Eng. Mustafa Al-Nagari, Chairman of the Export Committee, Mr. Muhammed Youssef Executive Director, in addition to Mrs. Rasha Abdel Hadi, head of the financial and administrative affairs sector, where the two sides discussed ways to activate the protocol signed between the university and the Businessmen Association.
Prof. Dr. Ayman Saleh explained that it was agreed to work out a road map for cooperation between the two sides, laying the foundations, procedures and future plans that will be implemented in each sector, adding that ideas, opinions and proposals were exchanged between the two sides, and ways to activate support for integration between dissertations and scientific research, MA and PhD in universities, and benefit One of the houses of expertise that Ain Shams University abounds in in many fields: Adding that, based on the terms of the signed protocol, the university will provide opportunities for training young graduates and students in factories, farms, and business establishments, in addition to benefiting from businessmen's funding for some research for emerging ideas and entrepreneurship currently at the university through the Innovation Oasis, in addition to the possibility of their participation and benefit from their ideas in Developing curricula to match the current and future needs of the labor market, in addition to the participation of experienced businessmen in the Association of Businessmen in giving lectures at the university to convey their experience and shed light on successful models for university students, which confirms the concept of the fourth generation of universities where there is an exchange of experiences between the university and the community represented in the Association Businessmen, which is in line with Egypt's vision 2030 to provide a graduate who has a competitive opportunity in the job market locally, regionally and internationally, in addition to linking scientific research to the labor market.