Islamic University Celebrates Six Laboratories' Inauguration

02 - Sep - 2019

 The General Coordinator of the National Office for The Reconstruction of Gaza Eng. Mamoon Bsaiso praised, in the IUG VIP Hall, the big role that Islamic University plays in providing the best quality of education for students, confirming: " Kuwait Fund is standing for serving the higher education institutions through equipping the laboratories in different Arab Universities.  

Under the patronizing of Al- Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development, The Islamic University has celebrated the inauguration of six scientific laboratories for the faculties of Health Sciences, Engineering and Information Technology; with a deep view of improving the technological infrastructure of laboratories that,  indeed, leads to honing the practical skills of students as well as providing a fertile environment for conducting scientific researches.

The IUG President Prof. Nasser Farahat emphasized:  "This project achieves one of the University most important strategic plan for the coming years which is strengthening the practical aspects of academic programs and providing a suitable educational environment for it".

The labs are funded by Kwait Grant for The Reconstruction of The Southern Provinces – Palestine, and included under the activities of the project "Improving the Quality of Teaching and Learning through the Development of the Scientific and Engineering Environment at the Islamic University".

The brand- new laboratories are Medical Sciences Lab, Optometry Lab, Robot and Intelligent Systems Laboratory, Mobile Applications, Telecommunications Lab, Digital Systems Design Lab, respectively. These six scientific, health and engineering laboratories obviously serve 9 out of 14 departments in the university, covering two departments of the Faculty of Health Sciences, 4 departments of Information Technology and two of the Faculty of Engineering.

In response to the General Coordinator, the Dean of the IUG Foreign Affairs Prof. Khaled Al-Hallaq appreciated the Fund's great role in supporting and facilitating the educational process, calling for broadening and deepening the prospects of cooperation in the coming years.