Students of the Faculty of Economics and Environmental Studies have succeeded in providing solar energy appliances to Wadi Alrawakeeb Primary School for Girls.
Congratulations to Batch 3 student Yousra Abelmoneim of Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering for having been one of among the 25 candidates over 16,000 applicants who was accepted and rewarded for scholarship in the (Degree program in BSc Physics) University of Edinburgh.
UMST, in collaboration with Ibn Sina Hospital, is carrying a campaign to vaccinate all children at Ed Babiker Khelwa who are negative for Hepatitis B virus with the vaccines. The number of pupils at Ed Babiker Khelwa is around 1200 pupils, and their age ranges from 6 years to 23 years; they are mainly from Darfur states.
A questionnaire was designed for the pupils showing the history of previous infection and jaundice in siblings or parents.
Blood samples are collected (Sera) and examined for (HBSAG) – if the result is positive, the children will be referred to Ibn Sina Hospital for management with follow up.
Those who are seronegative will be vaccinated by HBV vaccine.
إنا لله وإنا إليه راجعون
UMST staff offers its deepest condolences to the family of Prof Farid Bashir Taher, who passed away on Friday 11 May, 2018.
Prof Farid was a highly valued and respected member of the Faculty of Economic, Social & Enviromental Studies and will be greatly missed.
Professor Mamoun Homeida, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University, held a preparatory meeting with Hajo Mohammed Ahmed, President of the General Students Union of Khartoum State, and a number of his colleagues to discuss the arrangements for honoring the outstanding students in the Sudanese certificate. UMST, in collaboration with the General Students Union of Khartoum State, has been in the habit of organizing annual celebratory event to recognize the achievement of outstanding students in Sudan School Certificate.
Professor Homeida, in his capacity as Chairman of the University Board of Trustees, emphasized that the honoring program sits comfortably within the framework of the students’ summer work program, and as such it represents an integral part of the university’s interest in the students of the Sudan School Certificate. Professor Homeida was also quick to stress the importance of attracting media attention in order to shed light on the joint endeavors designed to honoring and motivating the students, and acknowledging the role played by their families in securing their successes.
The Chairman of the University Board of Trustees eloquently and succinctly highlighted the objectives of the joint program and revealed the immense sense of happiness and pride he personally feels and shares with everybody at the university in embracing such an event. He was quite adamant that the university is the most appropriate place for celebrating success especially after the opening the Global Conference Center. He also took the opportunity to encourage the students to visit the religious schools sponsored by the University disclosing that the university vaccinates their students against hepatitis as it does with all university students. Professor Homeida also mentioned that the University launched a campaign to vaccinate 1200 citizens against hepatitis.
On his part Hago Ahmed Ahmed, the President of the General Students Union of Khartoum State expressed his appreciation of the program of honoring the outstanding students in the Sudan School Certificate organized by the university in cooperation with the Union during the past few years. He praised the role of UMST in launching the initiative of honoring the outstanding students through a provision of scholarships and offering of gifts to the first hundred students from Khartoum State.
He also expressed the desire of the Union to have the event organized under the patronage of HE Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih, the Vice President and Prime Minister, and with the presence of Lt. Gen. Engineer Abdulrahim Mohammed Hussein, Governor of Khartoum state.
It is noteworthy that the University, in its annual celebration of outstanding students, offers a number of valuable gifts such as scholarships, laptops and smart phones, in addition to certificates of appreciation.
Side of the University’s celebrations of the outstanding students of Sudan School Certificate with the General Students Union of Khartoum State.
The Faculty of Medicine would like to share with those who might be interested a number of Research Abstracts submitted by the finalist students at the Faculty. Read more…