Prof. Dr. Abdelrazek praises the Organization of the Second Semester Exams for the Academic Year 2023

Today, Monday, the University Council, headed by Dr. Abdelrazek Desouky, President of the University, holds its periodic session in the Council Hall to discuss a number of issues related to the educational and research process, and to review developments and topics presented to the Council, in the presence of Major General Gamal Nour El-Din, Governor of Kafrelsheikh, and Dr. Mohammed Abd El-Aal, Vice President for Education and Students’ Affairs; Dr. Ismail Al-Qon, Vice President for Postgraduate Studies and Research; Dr. Amany Shaker, Vice President for Community Service and Environmental Development; Dr. Ali Sabry, Secretary General of the University, the deans of the faculties, and the councilor Abd Allah Ghallab, the legal advisor of the University.

Major General Gamal Nour El-Din, Governor of Kafrelsheikh, presents a quick presentation of the most important events in the governorate, the latest of which was the celebration of laying the foundation stone for the logistic zone, which was held in the conference hall at Kafrelsheikh University as it is an event that will change the face of the capital in terms of its inclusion of many community and entertainment services to serve the citizens of the province, and it will also provide many job opportunities for young graduates.

The President reviews issues related to the educational process, and thanks the deans of the faculties for supervising the organization of the exams and the support they provided to all students until passing the exams period at the end of the academic year 2022/2023.

Prof. Dr. Abdelrazek Desouky also instructs the deans of the faculties to take into account the importance of postgraduate exams, which are no less important than the exams of undergraduate students and take all necessary measures to provide a safe environment and a suitable psychological atmosphere for students studying at the postgraduate level.


The president also directs to intensify the university's efforts, stressing the university's continuation in launching medical, veterinary and agricultural convoys, educational seminars, events and various activities, positive contribution to capacity building in the health, environmental, veterinary and social fields, in cooperation with the "Dignified Life" initiative, in order to activate the university's role in community service and environmental development at the governorate level.