The Vice President for Education and Student Affairs continues his tour to check on the progress of examinations work in various faculties
Prof. Dr. Abdel-Fattah Mohamed Fathi Saud, Vice President of Ain Shams University for Education and Students Affairs, continued his tour to check on the progress of exams for students of the final teams in different colleges, where he inspected the exam tent that was prepared and equipped at the highest level to accommodate students from various colleges and held exams since the ninth In the morning until seven in the evening at regular intervals; In order to reduce student density and achieve the highest levels of social separation and safe distances, in order to ensure the safety of students. His Excellency was accompanied during the tour by Dr. Nagy Abdel-Mumin, Dean of the Faculty of Law, and the gentlemen of the faculties ’agents.
He also conducted a. Abdel-Fattah Saud tour of the Faculty of Science accompanied by a. Muhammad Raja Al-Sattouhi, Dean of the College and the Vice Deans, where examinations are held at the College of Science for approximately 1,200 students in two periods within 69 committees, and will continue until July 29.
Prof. Dr. Abdel-Fattah Saud reassure on the conduct of exams at Faculty of Al-Alsun, on a tour accompanied by Prof. Dr. Salwa Rashad, Dean of the Faculty and the Vice Deans, where he takes 2,500 final-year exams at Al-Alsun College, distributed among 102 committees, and exams are held in two periods throughout the day.
During the comprehensive tour this morning, Dr. Abdel-Fattah Saud, reassured of the level of social distance between students, as I am assured of the presence of medical teams within each college and in the various places designated for holding exams, as well as the availability of disinfectants, sterilizers and gags, while ensuring that they are used correctly.
He stressed the necessity of placing the student to devote the answer himself within the boxes designated to achieve the highest levels of safety in order to preserve the safety of students, administrative staff and observers, provided that these boxes are isolated for 48 hours before they are opened and dealt with to start control and correction work.