The University President announces the results of the Ideal Female and Male Student “Differently Capable” competition at the university level


 Dr. Abdel Razek Desouki, President of the University, announced the results of the competition for ideal male and female students (capable with differences) at the university level, to integrate them into the university community and achieve the principle of equality, which was organized by the General Administration of Student Welfare, under the patronage of Dr. Abdel Razek Desouki, President of the University, and Dr. Mohamed Abdel Aal, Vice President for University Affairs. Education and students, Dr. Ali Sabry, Secretary-General of the University, Dr. Rushdi Al-Adawi, General Coordinator of Student Activities at the University, and the implementation and follow-up of the Social Activity Department in the General Administration for Student Welfare at the University.

The results of the Ideal Student Competition resulted in the student Mustafa Ayman Hamed, Faculty of Law, winning first place, the student Muhammad Abd al-Karim Abdullah, Faculty of Arts, first place (repeated), the second place winning the student Ahmed Maher Shankar, Faculty of Pharmacy, and the student Muhammad Hisham Jalo, Faculty of Specific Education, center. Second (repeated), student Omar Sharif Abdel Salam from the College of Al-Alsun came in third place, and student Muhammad Taha Abdel Salam from the College of Arts came in third place (repeated).
The results of the Ideal Student Competition also resulted in the student Asmaa Khamis Allam, College of Al-Alsun, winning first place, the student Suhaila Al-Sayyid Mustafa, College of Arts, first place (repeated), the student Hoda Abdel Razek Abdel Hamid, College of Commerce, winning second place, and the student Mirna Sami Khader, College of Arts, second place (repeated). Repeated), and the student Mona Taha Ahmed Shalabi, College of Arts, came in third place, and the student Manar Wajdi Bakhit, College of Nursing, came in third place (repeated).
The university president said that this competition comes out of the university’s keenness to build the national character of university students (capable with differences), achieve its development goals, develop the student’s personal skills, and enhance self-confidence, to be a valuable opportunity for personal growth and learning among students, and to encourage them to excel academically, adding that the competition The Ideal Student (Capable with a Difference) aims to honor distinguished and inspiring students who are characterized by outstanding academic performance, good behavior, and positive contribution to society. They reflect the good values and ideals that the university seeks to promote in the educational environment, satisfy the student’s cognitive and creative needs, and stoke the spirit of competition among students.
Dr. Mohamed Abdel-Al, Vice President of the University for Education and Student Affairs, added that the competition was conducted in several stages, including the personal interview - general information - foreign language - personal talents, participation, awards and certificates - psychological assessment - academic level - personal traits. Capable students participated in the competition. Different colleges of the university, including (Arts, Commerce, Agriculture, Pharmacy, Languages, Fisheries, Nursing, Law, and Specific Education).