Quran inking

 

Under the patronage of the Deanship of female Student Affairs , the Musk Club at the Faculty of Science and Arts,Khamis Mushait, organized a competition program(Quran inking) on Thursday, 1440/6 / 30H at 10am till 12pm presented by Mona Abdullah Adam, under the supervision of Dr. Suad Abu Shousha.
The jury consisted of:

  1. Dr. Fatima Al-Qarni
  2. A'aa al-Khathami
  3. Aamram Duqmesh.

The program opened with verses from the Holy Quran and after that, ] Dr. Suad Abu Shousha talked on the importance of the Koran and its virtue, and then the competition began and the number of contests was 10 students.The winners were:

• First position : the student / Ghadir Sultan.
• Second position : Student / Rahma Ahmed Al-Mujtaba.
• Third position : the student / Fatima Salem.
• Fourth: Student / Nour Al-Fayfi.
• Fifth place: the student / Khadija Rashid.
• Sixth: Student / Mohsena Hassan.
The program concluded with the distribution of prizes to the audience, and then a word of thanks and appreciation from the coordinator of the activity followed by a speech to the jury.

As A part of the "Good Will" initiative launched by His Royal Highness Prince Turki bin Talal bin Abdulaziz, The Governor of Assir Region, the College of Science and Arts concluded its training programs  that were set for the children and visitors of Aseer region during the period from 18-22 /11 / 1440H the training courses included different topics and areas like the skills of dealing with others, educational steps through Luqman's teachings for his son, ways of setting goals and prioritizing, having a positive personality, and creative thinking. On the other part, the Dean of the college of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushait, Dr. Sarra Abdullah Abu Malha, stressed and emphasized on the University's keenness to organize training and educational programs to polish the skills of the beneficiaries of the region and its visitors. She concluded by thanking His Excellency the Rector of the university for his continuous support .    
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