Faculty of Computers and Information Launches the Activities of the Seventh Employment Forum

Dr. Ahmed Al-Ansary, Governor of Fayoum, and Prof. Yasser Magdy Hatata, President of Fayoum University, witnessed the activities of the opening session of the seventh employment forum for Faculty of Computers and Information at Fayoum University, which was organized at the regional training center of the university, on the banks of Lake Qarun, on Thursday 28/7/2022.
In the presence of Prof. Mohamed Saeed Abu Al-Ghar, Vice President for Community Service and Environmental Development, and supervisor of the forum, Prof. Mohamed Farouk Al-Khubari, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, and Prof. Arafa Sabry, Vice President for Postgraduate Studies and Cultural Relations and Research, Dr. Mohamed Emad, Deputy Governor, Prof. Mohamed Khafagy, Dean of Faculty of Computers and Information, and the Forum’s President, Prof. Nabila Mohamed Hassan, Former Dean of the Faculty, Prof. Somaia El-Sayed, Vice Dean for Community Service and Environmental Development, and Dr. Emad Abdel Salam, media advisor to the university president, Dr. Moustafa Thabet, Editor-in-chief of Al-Fajr newspaper, Dr. Mahmoud Muslim, a member of the Senate, and head of the Culture and Media Committee at the Council, and the media personality Ahmed Raafat, and a number of faculty members, organizers, and a number of technology company officials, and students.
At the beginning of his speech, Dr. Ahmed Al-Ansary extended his sincere thanks and appreciation to the university leaders and the College of Computers and Information, praising the effective and fruitful communication between the university and the rest of the institutions in the governorate.
He affirmed the state's orientations towards digital transformation, to achieve the 2030 vision through developing internet networks, transforming them into high-speed networks, and linking them to all government departments in villages and remote centers, noting that the plan is proceeding in harmony in all fields.
Al-Ansary explained that the final stage of the Dignified Life project includes placing all the problems and proposals on a map of integrated information systems and following them up continuously, praising the role of the working group and the existing cadres at the university, especially the Faculty of Computers and Information, and the Geography Department at Faculty of Arts in developing an integrated and planned map of the governorate, and implementing it in a scientific manner that achieves maximum possible benefit.
While Prof. Yasser Magdy Hatata stressed that the general trend of countries is moving towards digital transformation in all scientific and service sectors, foremost of which are public and private universities. Geographical information at Faculty of Arts, as well as converting paper books into electronic books, and circulating electronic exams in a number of faculties within the framework of the complete transformation of the electronic evaluation system in all faculties of the university, in addition to projects to support, strengthen and expand the networking project.
On his part, Prof. Mohamed Saeed Abu Al-Ghar, said that the community service and environmental development sector carries out many tasks and activities related to civil society, the business sector, national and civil institutions, and the development of students' abilities and personal skills.
He also explained that job fairs are an essential activity of the Graduate Follow-up Center at the university, as the center seeks to create links between graduates, civil society institutions, and the labor market in its various orientations and fields, praising the prominent role of the graduates of the Faculty of Computers and Information in society and its development towards digital transformation.
He stressed that the main objective of the forum is to work on the employment of graduates, survey the opinion of business owners on the specifications of graduates, and identify their strengths and weaknesses.
While Prof. Mohamed Farouk Ali explained that the university’s programs are concerned with preparing a distinguished graduate who contributes to meeting the needs of society and its development, by providing digital services within the university’s colleges and centers, pointing to the importance of optimal preparation for graduates of computers and information, and permanent research in various fields, and to learn Students have many skills and knowledge required, and they should go towards pioneering projects supported by the state during the current period.
Prof. Arafa Sabry explained that the university runs a research team that adopts participation in solving major problems in the governorate, including water treatment, waste management, and small projects, which the university uses the great technological development in data collection and analysis, in order to provide innovative solutions to these problems.
For his part, Prof. Mohamed Khafagy continued that Faculty of Computers and Information is the first faculties of Fayoum University to implement digital transformation projects, as it started digitizing all student services, issuing student certificates, and electronic payment services, leading to the preparation of smart lecture halls containing interactive platforms, and allowing intervention with questions, holding tests and assessment work.
While Dr. Mohamed Emad indicated that the governorate seeks to implement an integrated technology complex project in Fayoum city, to provide all digital government services and local units to citizens, in cooperation with the expertise and competencies of the university, in addition to what has already been done in this field of automating the services of the Health Directorate and local administrations. Improving real estate and post office services.
Dr. Mahmoud Mosallam praised the forum, thanking the leaders in the governorate and the university, pointing out that Egypt’s experience in implementing the digital transformation plan, especially in the press and media, explained that this field was affected by technological development, the transformation of press mechanisms from paper to digital, and the development of electronic platforms in All fields, stressing that any development is linked to digital transformation, which is in line with the state’s future vision and the establishment of the administrative capital.
The journalist Ahmed Raafat invited the students and graduates of the college to design and produce projects and software that serve the local community, facilitate the citizens of the governorate, and people with special needs.
On the sidelines of the opening session, a number of university leaders and leaders of the College of Computers and Information were honored. Besides, an exhibition of technological and digital projects was also opened.
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