Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Mahmoud El-Meteini, President of the University and Prof. Dr. Abdel Fattah Saoud, Vice President of the University for Education and Student Affairs, the delegation session (the 53rd scout and the 41st guiding) for the university’s roving and the university’s roving continues its activities, which are organized by the Committee on Roaming and Public Service in the General Administration for Youth Welfare at Ain Shams University in the period from 17:24 of this September on the land of Ain University roving Shams, Faculty of Agriculture, in coordination with Prof. Dr. Ahmed Galal, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture and Prof. Dr.. Hisham Al-Hariri, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture for Education and Student Affairs.
Today, its activities began with a queue of presentations for the roamers and the tours of the participating delegations from the roving clans of the university’s 11 faculties, namely (Nursing - Girls - Medicine - Specific Education - Agriculture - Education - Engineering - Science - Arts - Law - Business).
This was followed by religious competitions, followed by a technical workshop, in which 7 of the runners and the delegations of the university faculties competed to design the best pieces of art to develop their creative skills and help encourage young people to preserve handicrafts and instill the value and importance of medium, small and micro enterprises in line with the sustainable development goals.
Then the day's activities ended with fun and happy parties.
It is noteworthy that the scouting session program includes a number of various competitions (scouting - guiding - religious - sports - artistic - cultural).
Under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Tamer Rady, Advisor to the Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, and Prof. Dr. Hamdi Moussa, advisor to the University's roving committee, and Mrs. Reham Mohamed Ol-Atifi, Acting University Secretary for Education and Student Affairs, and a. Muhammad Sharkawi, Director General of the General Administration of Youth Welfare, and a. Asmaa Ali Khater, Director of Mobile Administration at the university.