Planning: Soon the completion of 6 new technological universities at a...

Planning: Soon the completion of 6 new technological universities at a...
Planning: Soon the completion of 6 new technological universities at a...
Today, Thursday, Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, witnessed the graduation ceremony of the third to seventh batches of the Master of Business Administration program at the University of Eslaska in Egypt, which was held in cooperation between the Ministry of Planning and the University of Eselska at Al-Quba Palace, Dr. Saleh Al-Sheikh, head of the Central Agency for Organization and Administration, Dr. . Francoise Cruz, Academic Director of Asselska University Paris, Dr. Nadia Al Aref, President of Asselska University Egypt.

At the beginning of her speech, Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, expressed her happiness to participate in the graduation ceremony of a distinguished group of promising Egyptian cadres, pointing out that the graduation of young people today represents the fruits and products of one of the successful scientific cooperation programs between the Egyptian government represented by the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development and Eslaska University in Egypt. .

Al-Saeed added that the cooperation between the Egyptian side and the University of Asselska began in 2015, and was crowned after the issuance of the President’s decision in 2018 approving the protocol for the establishment of “Asselska Egypt University” signed between the Ministry of Higher Education in the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Higher School of Applied Commercial Sciences (ASELSKA – France). The university, along with the rest of the educational and training institutions in Egypt, contributes to maximizing the benefit of the enormous human wealth that God has blessed Egypt with in a society that represents the youth group of more than 60%. With modern technology, which is also able to contribute effectively to the implementation of sustainable development programs and projects in Egypt during the coming period.

Al-Saeed indicated the keenness of the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development to design the government business management program in cooperation with reputable international scientific institutions, and to include various academic, training and specialized practical axes, in addition to a main focus for developing English language skill, adding that the ministry has developed the application process for joining the program. To be through the website in a way that ensures transparency and opens the way for the largest number of candidates, noting the Ministry’s commitment to assessing the competencies when selecting trainees, so that the assessment continues throughout the training period to ensure efficiency and effectiveness and maximize the benefit of the program.

Dr. Hala Al-Saeed explained that today’s ceremony witnesses the graduation of the children of the third to seventh batches of graduating students with a master’s degree in government business administration, and their number is 404, representing all ministries and some affiliated agencies and about 15 governorates, stressing that this comes based on the direction that the Ministry of Planning is keen on. And economic development by covering training programs for all Egyptian ministries and governorates, within the framework of expanding and generalizing benefit and providing cadres that meet the requirements of achieving comprehensive and balanced development that the government is working to implement in various Egyptian sectors and regions, as well as in light of the state’s orientation towards local settlement of sustainable development goals.

Dr. Hala Al-Saeed thanked the Ministry of Youth and Sports for its active role in implementing the program by hosting and providing accommodation for trainees from the Egyptian governorates in different stages of the program, stressing that this fruitful coordination and cooperation between the Ministries of Planning, Youth and Sports, as well as the Ministry of Higher Education and various ministries and Egyptian authorities is The approach that the ministry is always keen to preserve, adding that the goals of the state and all its institutions converge when providing the environment and the necessary ingredients to maximize the benefit from the capabilities of Egyptian youth and investment in people.

Al-Saeed addressed the empowerment of women, stressing that it has become an economic necessity to maximize the use of the productive and creative energies that women enjoy to increase the added value and achieve comprehensive and sustainable growth, adding that this was confirmed by many studies that indicate that increasing women’s participation in the labor market and achieving equality enhances opportunities Economic growth, following that, based on that goal, the program took into account the outstanding representation of women, reaching about 55% of the total graduates, which is a matter of pride and sure benefit to their employers.

Al-Saeed added that in light of the unprecedented circumstances that Egypt and the world are witnessing as a result of the Covid 19 pandemic, which was not just a health crisis but an economic and social crisis that exceeds in severity and repercussions all previous crises that the world has witnessed, explaining that it was necessary to manage the government business master program to confront this The new reality and the harnessing of technological capabilities and contributing to changing the traditional learning pattern, following up that it was contracted with technical service providers to launch interactive online educational platforms, with the qualification of program management personnel to facilitate dealing with all students needs.

Dr. Hala Al-Saeed explained that the program comes within the framework of a broader and more comprehensive approach of the Egyptian state to build capacities and invest in the human element, which is based on development plans and programs, foremost of which is the sustainable development strategy, Egypt Vision 2030, as well as the National Program for Economic and Social Reform, which began its implementation in November 2016. And last April, the second phase of it was launched, which aims to transform the Egyptian economy into a productive economy based on knowledge and enjoying competitive capabilities in the global economy.

Al-Saeed added that to achieve this, the state is working on more than one path; Expansion in the establishment of technology schools and universities, as the number of applied technology schools was increased to reach 16 schools in all governorates of the Republic, and the establishment and operation of three universities of technology, with work on completing 6 new universities at an estimated cost of about 3 billion pounds, explaining that all these efforts aim to develop Skills that meet the needs of the labor market for students who excel in technical education, and open new applied educational horizons related to the industrial and production sectors.

Al-Saeed also discussed the efforts of the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development, the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development and the training arm of the ministry to provide a number of training programs to raise the capabilities of youth and bridge skill gaps, referring to the “She is a Digital Future” program to bridge the digital gap between females and promote financial inclusion, which aims to train 2000 An Egyptian woman before the end of this year, and about 7,000 women during 2022.

Al-Saeed added that according to the International Labor Organization, entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized companies are the largest source of employment, as entrepreneurship promotes economic growth, accelerates innovation, stimulates sustainable development and creates decent job opportunities, stressing the Egyptian state’s keenness to support and encourage entrepreneurship, and finance their projects. In line with this trend, the state, through the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development, adopted several efforts, most notably the launch of the “Pioneers 2030” project, which aims to enable young people to establish private projects and work to devote and support the role of entrepreneurship in the development of the economy the National.

Al-Saeed touched on the launch of the “Be an Ambassador for Sustainable Development” initiative with the aim of spreading the culture of sustainable development among young people in a peer-to-peer way of learning. The new administrative capital.

Al-Saeed also referred to the Egypt Government Excellence Award, which aims to stimulate the spirit of competition and excellence at the level of employees on the one hand, and at the level of government institutions on the other. At the end of her speech, Dr. Hala Al-Saeed congratulated the young graduates of the Master of Business Administration in Governmental Administration.

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