Material Infrastructure of Academic Programs

 

- Each teaching room has an area of ​​at least 1.5 m 2 for each student.

- The area of ​​the teaching room or the discussion room is not less than (40 m 2) as a minimum.

- Minimum total capacity of classrooms, lectures and discussions is not less than (60%) of the total number of students at one time.

- Within the classrooms, there is a wide (multi-functional) auditorium that can accommodate at least 300 students, which is used for various activities organized by the institution.

- Special laboratories are available in the colleges according to the need of each specialization equipped with the necessary tools and tools to teach according to the nature of specialization.

- The area of ​​each laboratory is not less than (60 m 2) a minimum and a maximum capacity in each session not more than (20 students).

- The area allocated to each person in the joint offices is not less than (5.5 m2).

- The availability of an independent office for the head of the department, and a meeting room / department.

- The Library participates in a number of current periodicals, both paper and electronic.

- Basic textbooks are available for research and study for each program.

- References are available such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, dictionaries, manuals, secondary books, books, etc., and Arabic and foreign languages, taking into account the availability of an adequate number of books, references and periodicals in the necessary foreign languages.

- Library collections are organized by a series of technical procedures such as registration, introduction, indexing, classification and preparation of the necessary indexes, according to the latest applied by the university libraries of international rules, standards as well as the procedures of archiving by binding and coding.

- Information services were provided to researchers such as references, instructions, loan, booking, photocopying and ordering of materials for non-available materials in the library and facilitating the use of these services in different ways (manually and electronically).

- Personal computers and modern screens as one screen per 100 students.

- All library staff or information technology specialists have been appointed.

 

- The halls of the library and the furniture necessary for the seating of students are provided such as chairs, tables, shelves and offices of workers.

- A database of university and master's degrees has been provided.

- Electronic resources related to the academic programs provided by the educational institution are available.

- Training researchers to use electronic resources. These resources are available to all program participants to support educational and research activities.

- The University is linked to the special site of the Scientific Research Center of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.

- Facilitating access to the Hinari: Research for Health website of the World Health Organization which contains 13,000 thousand scientific journals in various medical specialties and basic sciences and contains 56000 thousand e-books and 120 other sources of information.

- Academic programs have the necessary teaching aids and devices for teaching like personal computers at the rate of one device per faculty member and at least one computer for every 10 students.

- Academic programs have the necessary teaching aids and devices for teaching such as projectors for teaching purposes at the rate of at least one projector for each department.

- Academic programs and teaching aids are available for teaching. A computer is available with at least one printer for each department.

- The admission and registration unit has a full-time manager who manages the unit and is assisted by an appropriate number of staff.

- The admissions and registration unit has sufficient space to accommodate admission and registration staff.

- Registration forms, documents, and records required for their work (such as application, enrollment card, withdrawal card, student record, certificates, graduates' record) are kept in the Admissions and Registration Unit.

- There is equipment required for the work of the admission and registration unit, including a screen for each employee.

- Academic programs have financial records and files (fees, imports, expenses, etc.).

- Academic programs have employee records and files.

- Academic programs have records and files for the preservation of academic program management transactions.

- Academic programs have records and files for student affairs (registration, admission, follow-up, exams, degrees, graduation).

- The University has toilets for faculty members, administrators and students, and independent water courses for applications.

- The University has special parking spaces.
- The University has a water reservoir and small tanks on the roofs of the facilities to supply the buildings with water.
 - The university has places of prayer men and women.
- The University offers a cafeteria that provides services to faculty members, administrators, students and visitors.
- The University has an adequate sewage network.