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Eastern International College

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Updated   14/09/2017 1:28 PM

    The Chancellor of Karkh University of Sciences Prof. Dr. Thamir A. Hassan received the Chairman of Management in Eastern International College/New Jersey/ United States Dr. Bashir Mohsen and the delegation accompanying him and in the presence of the associates of the Chancellor of the University for administrative and scientific affairs. During the meeting, the Chancellor of the University discussed with Dr. Bashir the stages of establishing the University and the difficulties that accompanied this establishment, in addition to the most important achievements of the University in the field of administration and science as well as the process of its construction and rehabilitation. 

    Prof. Dr. Thamir and the visiting delegation walked through the university and the campus, especially the College of Remote Sensing to take a look at the progress achieved by the university in a short period of time and in limited financial support.

    For his part, Dr. Bashir Mohsen expressed his admiration for the progress achieved by the university, and praised the achievements—the second college in particular, including its departments: medical physics and microbiology. He added that these great efforts are attributed to the wise leadership of the university to manage good use of human, financial and material resources to achieve this great achievement. 

    Dr. Bashir also stressed the need for governmental investment in Al-Tajiat district allocated by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research for Al-Karkh University of Sciences as an important factor in solving current crises that the country experiences. At the same time, Dr. Bashir expressed his desire to cooperate with Al-Karkh University of Science in order to have future exchange of experiences , bringing professional professors in order to sustain the country with outstanding graduates.

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