The Governor in the Hospitality of Kafrelsheikh University Council


 Today, Tuesday, 31/5/2022, The University Council, headed by Prof. Dr. Abdelrazek Youssef Desouky, President of the University,

holds its monthly session in the Council Hall to discuss a number of issues related to the educational and research process,

in the presence of Major General Gamal Nour El-Deen, Governor of Kafrelsheikh; Prof. Dr. Hasan Younes,

Vice President for Postgraduate Studies and Research; Prof. Dr. Reda Saleh, Vice President for Community Service

and Environmental Development Affairs; Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abd El-Aal, Vice President for Education and Students’ Affairs

Deans of Faculties, Legal Advisor of the University, and Dr. Ali Sabri, Secretary General of the University.

Prof. Dr.Abdelrazek Youssef Desouky, President of the University, confirms the university’s readiness for the examinations

of the end of the second semester of the academic year 2021/2022, to ensure the success of the examination work,

and the speedy announcement of exam results by faculties in order to ensure the future of students.

The President stresses the need for all students to abide by the precautionary and preventive measures

throughout their presence on the campus, noting the need to wear a medical mask and adhere to social distancing,

as well as not to be on the campus after completing exams, in order to preserve the safety of students and all members of society.

He also directed to raise the state of readiness of university hospitals during the exams period at the end of the current academic year.

For his part, the Governor of Kafrelsheikh, Major General Gamal Noor El-Din,

expresses his happiness in communicating with the university council to present the latest developments

in the governorate, pointing to the use of the university’s expertise in various fields.

He explains that the national project “A Dignified Life” within the initiative of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi,

to develop the Egyptian countryside, is being carried out in a number of stages to establish service projects in 18 villages and 187 subordinate villages.