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  Source: King Khalid University Media Center The Deanship of E-Learning at King Khalid University,  achieved first place in the international “QM” organization competitions, in the category of  making a difference among students at the level of higher education institutions outside the United States of America for the year 2021. The university's coronation comes first among a number of higher education institutions participating in the competitions of the "Quality Matters" organization, a world leader in the quality of electronic courses, in which the number of joint educational institutions exceeded  1500 educational institutions from 30 countries around the world. His Excellency the President of King Khalid University, Prof. Faleh bin Rajaa Al-Solami, explained that this  achievement  confirms the excellence of the education and e-learning system at the university, and also translates the learning success stores and their  prominent impact in  transferring  and delivering knowledge.  He  expressed  his appreciation  our wise leadership  and the Ministry of Education for the attention devoted to Education in all regions of  Saudi Arabia. The Dean of e-Learning, Dr. Adel Qahmesh, confirmed that the International “QM” organization annually presents an award to honor excellence in e-learning in the global community of practice for  quality systems. He  stressed  that achieving this award is a result of the deanships  activation of many initiatives targeting  quality  courses and programs, as well as employing  designed  learning experiences that meet the needs of learners according to their different fields, in addition to providing support  services to all groups benefiting from the e-learning system at the university. It is worth noting, that the Deanship of e-Learning at the university has worked for some time to develop, design and apply innovative tools, techniques and software that have greatly contributed to improving the e-learning process and its outcomes.
  Source: King Khalid University Media Center King Khalid University  and the Human Resources Development Fund (Hadaf) signed a memorandum of cooperation to support the training  and employment of university  graduates and students. The memorandum addressed the need of align   training programs  with the reality of the  labor market , through  programs such as  Career Guidance Program, Career Development and Guidance (Sobol),  Tamher   Training Program , the national electronic training platform “Doroob” and the National Labor Observatory. His Excellency the President of King Khalid University, Prof. Dr. Faleh bin Rajaa Al-Sulami, and the Director General of the Human Resources Development Fund (Hadaf) Turki bin Abdullah Al-Jaweni, also signed a memorandum of remote cooperation and which addressed the following : - Activating the vocational guidance program through workshops in areas of professional development. - Holding remote guidance sessions, and measuring their impact on the target groups. - Providing university students with the knowledge and skills necessary to join the labor market through the Tamher program. - Supporting university students to benefit from the Doroob program in accordance with the approved rules, conditions and mechanism of the program, by holding remote  and interactive training sessions in various fields and specializations. - Making university data available to the National Labor Observatory as well as working to process it and link it with market data. According to the memorandum, it was agreed to form a team of  specialists from the two parties to activate the areas of cooperation, provided that the team would provide the representatives of the two parties with unified periodic reports showing the progress of work and the stages of implementation.
  Source: King Khalid University media center His Excellency King Khalid University Prof. Faleh bin Rajallah Al Solami, inaugurated  the "Second International  Mathematics and its Applications Conference , which is organized by the Mathematics Department at the College of Science and is to held remotely for a period of  two days. During the launching ceremony, His Excellency the President of the University explained the importance of organizing and holding scientific conferences in various fields  for the university’s progress and development in the fields of scientific research.  He also stressed  the University’s keenness to organize  a series of conferences in the field of mathematics, after the success of the first  conference, and the increasing number of participants in the second edition. The conference is to include the participation of a group of mathematics experts  from distinguished universities in the fields of mathematics from the United States of America, India and Portugal, in addition to Arab and local universities. On her part Dr. Mahra Abdullah Zayed, a member in the  scientific committee of the conference, explained  that 18 papers  were selected to be presented in the conference lectures, pointing out that the conference has received great attention from  specialists in the field of mathematics around the world. She thanked his Excellency the university president for his  support  and  follow-up on all matters concerning the conference. It is worth noting,  that the Mathematics Department has witnessed remarkable development in terms of increasing the number of papers published.
  Source: King Khalid University Media Center His Excellency the President of King Khalid University, Prof. Faleh bin Rajaa Al-Solami, recently sponsored a meeting to “Align  the  Plans and Programs in the Three-Semester System with the Human Capacity Development Program and Asir development  Strategy. The meeting was  organized by the University agency Academic Affairs and  was moderated by the General Supervisor of the Office of the Transition to the Three-Semester System at the University, Dr. Suad Al-Qahtani. The meeting included a speech by the Vice President  of  Academic Affairs, Prof. Saad bin Muhammad bin Dajam, in which he affirmed the university’s keenness to take into account the alignment of its plans and programs with the human capacity development program and the strategy of the Asir , noting that this requires enhancing skills and intensifying training and communication. Al Dajam  reviewed a number of  proposals  in terms of alignment with the strategy of developing  Asir region, including programs in tourism, hospitality, culture, arts, architecture, agriculture, livestock, marine sports and nature. The meeting also included a talk on the axis of "educational programs and curricula" presented by the General Supervisor of the Curriculum and Plans Unit, Dr. Adwaa Al-Ahmari, and another talk on the axis of "Training and Vocational Guidance" presented by the supervisor of the Student Training Unit, Dr. Mona Al-Shehri. It is worth noting, that  the meeting witnessed the presence of a number of officials and employees from the university.
  Source: King Khalid University Media Center His Excellency the President of King Khalid University, Prof. Dr. Faleh bin Rajaa Al-Solami, recently launched the "Imtiaz" platform, aimed to offer  services for  the students of the College of Applied Medical Sciences in Abha, in the presence of the University's Vice president of Academic Affairs, Professor Dr. Saad bin Muhammad bin Dajam. The Dean of the College, Dr. Majid Al Fae’, explained that the platform aims to provide a set of services, most prominent of which are the internship  nomination. He added the platform was built in cooperation between the General Administration of Information Technology and the College of Medical Sciences. Al Fae’ said   that the platform provides many services to all college students during their internship program , most notably leave requests, transfers, and postponements, as well as internal and external inquiries. In addition to archiving alumni data, the platform also contribute to automating the nomination processes according to  information received from the "Academia" system. The meeting was attended by college representatives and officials from  relevant authorities at the university.
Source: King Khalid University Media Center His Excellency the President of King Khalid University, Prof.  Faleh bin Rajaa Al-Solami, received in his office this morning the  General  Director of the Real Estate Authority branch in  Asir region, Mr. Dhafer bin Abdullah Al-Shehri and his accompanying delegation. During the meeting, the two parties discussed means of cooperation and a number  of common  issues between the two parties. The meeting was attended by the University's Vice president, Prof.  Muhammad Al-Behairi, and the Director of the University's Property Department, Muhammad Al-Qarni.  
  Source:King Khalid University Media Center King Khalid university represented by the college of Arts and Science and its  applied branch in Rajal Al maa’a  recently launched  4 new initiatives, as an extension of the initiatives launched by the college last year, which were very successful. The Dean of the College of Arts and Science in  Rijal Almaa, Dr. Siham Al Haidar, explained that these initiatives come to identify students development needs and offer the skills necessary for the job market. Al Haider, said that the initiatives include the Digital Bag Initiative, the Technical Literacy Initiative, the Volunteer Development Initiative, and the Green College Initiative. She  expressed  her gratitude to the efforts devoted to achieving such programs and thanked those who support it’s success On the details of the initiatives, Al Haidar confirmed that the digital bag initiative is consistent with the axes of the Kingdom’s vision 2030, “a prosperous economy.” and  A Vibrant Society. She added the program targets the public and offers workshops from  a beginner to an intermediate level.  
  Source: King Khalid University Media Center King Khalid University achieved advanced positions in the Times World Classification of Academic Specializations for the year 2022, with the emergence of five academic disciplines among the list of the best international universities. On it’s part, the College of Computer Science ranked 301 globally and fourth nationally, while the College of Engineering advanced 100 ranks  from last year's results and reached 401 globally, while the  medical and health colleges continued to be present in the international classification, by obtaining the 601st place globally, and the physical sciences major, which includes the departments of physics, chemistry, mathematics, statistics, geology, earth and marine sciences, ranked 401st  globally, and sixth locally. Finally,  the life sciences major, which includes biological and veterinary sciences, agriculture and forestry, ranked 601st place in the world. The University Vice President  of Quality and Development Prof.  Dr. Marzan Al-Shahrani, thanked the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Faleh bin Rajaa Al-Solami for his constant support and guidance, and his keenness on the progress and development of the university in various fields. He also thanked the university’s employees for their efforts. The General Supervisor of the University Rankings Unit, Dr. Sami Al-Shehri, explained that the Times classification began in 2010, and   aims to present  an annual list of the best international universities, as well as the best academic disciplines, after evaluating them according to a number of criteria and indicators.In addition the Times World Classification  takes in consideration  the views of university administrations, the industrial and  the government  sector, in order to provide more comprehensive and accurate comparisons. He added ,that there are a number of conditions that must be met in the program for it  to enter the Times classification, where it is required that the research production of the specialization not be less than 1,000 scientific papers during the evaluation years. In  addition the program if a bachelor must not be less than 4 years, and must meet 5 main criteria used in the Times classification, from which 13 indicators are branched in order to accurately assess the performance of the specialization, and they are the same indicators used in evaluating the level of universities with a difference in the weighted percentages for each specialization. It is worth noting that  the International Rankings Unit of the University Agency for Development and Quality is constantly working to support the university's presence in  internationally recognized rankings.
  Source: King Khalid University Media Center His Excellency the President of King Khalid University, Prof. Dr. Faleh bin Rajaa Al-Solami, praised the advanced global positions achieved by  Saudi universities in  fields of  research, innovation and international classifications. Al Somali, explained that the excel of Saudi Universities in the global classifications are  a result of the attention devoted to education by His Majesty the Custodian of the two holy mosques and the follow up and guidance received by his Royal Highness Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz.  He then added, that 15 Saudi University were included in the times classification for the year 2022 , which is a  50% increase in  Saudi Universities .  in comparison to last year and an  indication of the development in  Saudi universities. He  praised the role of the Ministry of Education and the efforts made by His Excellency the Minister, Professor Dr. Hamad bin Mohammed Al-Sheikh and His  Undersecretary for  Universities, Research and Innovation, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Al-Sudairi, are in this direction. Al-Solami, stressed the keenness of King Khalid University, like other Saudi universities, to translate the support and interest it receives into more progress and development, noting that the university, according to its strategic plan, seeks to contribute to achieving Vision 2030, and to becoming among the top 200 universities in the world.
  Source: king Khalid University Media Center King Khalid University, officials and employees commended the consecutive success achieved by the filed of education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, they applaud the development  and growth of Saudi universities globally,  and stressed  that the support and guidance of our wise leadership is the a pillar in this success. Unconditional Support University Vice president Prof. Mohammad bin Hamid Al Buhair said “ Evidence of our wise leadership’s support and insight continues to appear in various fields of prosperity and development.  He added, the entry of 15 Saudi universities  in the Times classification is a 50% increase  in comparison to the pervious ranking and a sold indication of the efforts and devotion dedicated towards the field of education. Great Leap University Vice president of Academic affairs Prof. Saad bin Mohammad bin Dujam commented: His Excellency the minister of Education ’s announcement that t 15 Saudi universities entered  the Times Classification 2022 is leap towards achieving one of the main goals of our  strategic vision to have  at least 3 Saudi  universities among  international classifications. Bin Dujam, added The Times classification depends on several indicators, most important of which are the volume of innovation, the number of PhD holders, the institution’s reputation in research, the number of annual research papers, citations to university research, stressing that these achievement are all a result of the efforts led by the Ministry of Education and the  Universities to align with the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.” Ongoing Support University  Vice president  for Business and Knowledge Economy, Prof. Dr. Abdullatif bin Ibrahim Al-Hadithi, congratulated our  wise leadership and His Excellency the Minister of Education and  the Saudi Universities on the  entry of 15 Saudi universities into the Times World University Rankings 2022, noting that these achievements are a result of the continuous support dedicated to  education from our wise leadership. ” Al-Hadithi added, “ Saudi universities competition  with other universities at the regional and global levels, is only a result of their capabilities, the empowerment of the universities  education systems,  the efficiency of programs and projects and our national intention to align  with the objectives of the Kingdom's Vision 2030. Promoting  Research and Innovation University Vice president of Post Graduate  Studies and Scientific Research, Dr. Hamid bin Majdoua Al-Qarni, praised the entry of the 15 Saudi universities into the Times Classification 2022. Al-Qarni, explained that, King Khalid University, through its educational and research systems, strives to promote a culture of research and innovation in line with the Kingdom's ambitious Vision 2030 and serves the goals and directions of the Ministry of Education.  He added, "This  achievement proves the university's efforts in the research and publication field , noting that  during the past five years a significant rise in the citations rate was positively reflected on the university’s classification locally and globally, the rate of  published research papers  reached about 519%, and a clear   increase in the number of citations amounted to about 152%, which are all a result of the university’s efforts and sources directed to the filed of research and innovation. Global Competitiveness University Vice president of Quality and Development, Dr. Marzan bin Awada Al-Shahrani, said, “We have the right to be proud of the  global competitiveness of the education sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the entry of 15 Saudi universities in the British Times classification,  which is due to the unlimited support that Saudi universities receive from our  government and the directions and supervision of the Ministry of Education. Al-Shahrani added, "This achievement comes as a translation of the great progress witnessed by Saudi universities in the fields of teaching, scientific research and knowledge transfer between regional and international universities, as well as the development of university training programs by all modern methods. He finally said : our future holds  great opportunities to achieve continuous successes in bridging university outputs to serve the labor market and  to achieve the directions of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.” Great Efforts University Vice president of Female Academic Affairs, Prof. Dr. Kholoud Saad Abu Melha, said, "The Times classification is one of the most important  international classifications and the entry of 15  Saudi universities is an outstanding achievement , the confirms that Saudi universities  are globally competitive and are equipped with the best sources and modern technologies that qualify them internationally. Joined Efforts The general supervisor of the branch of King Khalid University in Tihama, Dr. Ahmed Atef Al-Shehri, explained that entry of 15 Saudi universities  in the Times Classification 2022 reflects the generous support of the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which is excels  under the leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques  His Majesty King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and,  His Royal Highness Crown Prince,  Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud - may God protect them - and with the follow-up of the Ministry of Education and the concerted efforts of universities, especially in the field of research and scientific publishing, stressing that the efforts of these  advanced centers are  undoubtedly reflected in the quality of the education outcomes and our keenness to achieve the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030. National Development The Dean of the College of Dentistry, Prof. Ibrahim bin Suleiman Al-Shahrani, said, "Praise be to God, who has bestowed this blessed country with this wise leadership, who  has supported the education sector.  Adding that the Ministry of Education has strengthened the role of research and innovation and its impact on national development.Al-Shahrani added, “Higher education is  a main pillar in our national  economic and social indicators, which have elevated our kingdom to the ranks of global ranking, and reflected the bright image that we aspire to reach. University Development The Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences in Abha, Dr. Majid Saad Al Faye, commended  the entry of 15 Saudi universities into the Times Classification ,  and the 50%  in crease reached in 2022. Al Faye said, “our success is a   results of the  support we receive from our wise leadership , who drew  the road map for all Saudi industries to  achieve the goals of the Kingdom's Vision 2030. He “added This progress is a great  indication of the development of Saudi universities and their relentless pursuit of achieving our  nation's strategies, and we are confident that the future will be full of many more  achievements. Enhancing  Research The Dean of the Faculties of Sciences, Arts and community college  at Rijal Alma’a, Dr. Siham Mousa Al Haider, explained that “we are all proud of this achievement,  and the progress of Saudi universities, noting that this success  is nothing but  the effort  made by our wise leadership, the Ministry of Education and the University Affairs Council. Adding that “ research is a source of great strength for prestigious universities around the world, and focusing on it a great investment, which contributes to developing societies and attracting creative ideas.” Clear vision The Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences in Mahayel Asir, Dr. Noura Banafa, said, “Our wise leadership pays special attention to education.His Majesty  King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, may God protect him, and  Royal Highness  Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, harnessed all efforts to establish a clear and ambitious vision for the Kingdom to be among the top 20 to 30 educational systems in the world.” Hard work The General Supervisor of the International Classifications Unit at the university and the Vice Dean of Quality and Development,  Dr. Sami Musabeh Al-Shehri, said  that “the Saudi universities’ continuation in their success and outstanding progress in international classifications is the result of good planning, quality of implementation, and hard work undertaken by the universities. The most recent of these honorable results was the entry of 15 universities in the Times World University Rankings, among 1662 universities selected from 99 countries around the world. Al-Shehri added, "This achievement is a step  within an integrated series of higher goals planned by the Ministry of Education, and according to a clear roadmap aimed at bringing Saudi universities to the highest international ranks, and achieving the  Kingdom's Vision 2030. Qualitative distinction ViceDean of the College of Sciences and Arts in Mahayel Asir for Educational and Academic Affairs, Dr. Saleh bin Ahmed Al-Suhaimi, confirmed that “when 15 Saudi universities achieve a national achievement in scientific progress worldwide according to the Times classification 2022, we are very  proud. stressing that  this progress indicates the importance of  distinguishing qualitative excellence in terms of scientific research, innovation and teaching methods. He added, "King Khalid University is one of the most important Saudi universities in terms of scientific and research excellence, and through God’s blessing and the support of our wise leadership that this all was achieved. Institutional work Assistant Professor of Literature and Criticism at the College of Science and Arts in Mahayel Asir, Dr. Ibrahim Omar Al-Mahaili, said that "the entry  of 15 Saudi universities in the Times Classification 2022, is a reflection of the support  devoted to education by our wise leadership, and the  Ministry of Education intention  to improve  the status of Saudi  universities. Al-Mahaili added, "This outstanding achievement  is the effort  of diligent academic work, and a  dedication to the filed of  education is a priority set by our wise leadership, may God protect it, and that education is a major component in  the Kingdom's Vision 2030.
  Source: King Khalid University Media Center Under patronage of his Excellency King Khalid university President Prof Falleh bin Rajallah Al Solami, the university finalized the preparations to inaugurate 6 digital  platforms,  in a ceremony that will be held on Thursday, September 9, at the University Theater in Greger, in the presence of a number of experts and specialist. The Vice Rector for Business and Knowledge Economy, Prof. Dr. Abdullatif bin Ibrahim Al-Hadithi, explained that digital transformation is one of the main pillars to achieve the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, as King Khalid University is keen to improve the quality of education and to cope with  the latest developments in the digital world .He added  through the inauguration  of 6  educational platforms, we seek to provide learners with the information skills necessary to equip them with  self-learning mechanisms, develop creative thinking and make the learner more in control of the educational process and time management.
Source: King Khalid University Media Center King Khalid University  completed the implementation of its  project to transform  its community colleges into an applied college. This decision was made after the procedures adopted by the university based on what was issued in this regard by the Council of Universities Affairs and the Ministry of Education, according to an executive plan that took into account  with the job  market requirements, the latest  developments in the field of  technology and communications, and the need for applied skills and expertise. His Excellency King Khalid University,  Prof. Dr. Faleh bin Rajaa Al-Solami, said that transforming community colleges into applied colleges comes within the framework of working to contribute in achieving the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and in response to the Ministry of Education’s endeavor to raise the level of  education and training. He added,  I made sure that the project takes in account the opinions, needs and perspectives of beneficiaries from both the  public and private sectors, and receives  the  attention it deserves through administrative and specialized scientific committees. On his part,  the University Vice president of  Academic Affairs, Prof. Dr. Saad bin Muhammad bin Dajam, explained that the project to  convert  community colleges to applied colleges, includes a college in Khamis Mushait, followed by three branches in Abha and  in Mahayel Asir. The Secretary of the Supervisory Committee of the Applied College, Dr. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Mari’ Al-Asiri, Extended his thanks to  King Khalid University president, members of the Supervisory Committee and the Vice president of d Academic Affairs for their interest and keenness in the this process. He explained that the university had recently adopted five applied programs within its implementation plan to transform Community colleges into applied colleges,  which included  business administration program, an accounting program, a marketing program, an information systems program, and  web and mobile programming program, noting that the college will follow a  three-semester system. It is worth noting that these programs are considered qualitative programs, and the percentage of training in them at the level of all programs (courses, projects and cooperative training) reaches about 70%. The college is scheduled to work on serving its outputs through three main tracks that include the development of various short and medium quality programs.It aims to  respond to the needs of the labor market,  meet  professional requirements, and creates community partnerships with businessmen, institutions and companies in the region to support  training and employment.
  Source: King Khalid University Media Center On behalf of His Excellency the Minister of Education, His Excellency the President of King Khalid University, Prof. Faleh bin Rajaa Al-Solami, chaired , the (first) meeting of the University Council for the academic year 1443, in the presence of the Secretary-General of the Council for Universities Affairs, Dr. Muhammad bin Abdulaziz Al-Saleh, and  the Council members The Vice President  for Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Research - Secretary of the University Council - Dr. Hamid bin Majdoua Al-Qarni, explained that the council reviewed the topics on the agenda and took the necessary decisions in their regard. Al-Qarni, added that one of the most prominent recommendations made by the Council is the approval of the  rules governing the intellectual awareness unit at King Khalid University and its executive procedures,  the approval of the proposal for executive alignment between the university’s strategy 2030 and the strategy of the Asir region, in addition to appointment decisions,  delegation and transfer of some faculty members.
  Source: King Khalid University Media Center King Khalid University President , Prof. Dr. Faleh bin Rajaa Al-Sulami, sponsored the inauguration ceremony of 6 electronic educational platforms, in the presence of a number of representatives of  entities in Asir region, in addition to  university employees and students in the university theater in the university city in Abha. The 6  electronic platforms, are a result of the  university's efforts and keenness to develop the  educational process  and improve the quality of teaching and learning by coping with the  latest developments in self based education. His Excellency the President of the University commended the  attention and care devoted by out wise leadership to education in the corona pandemic time, which enabled the filed of education to succeed and for students to return  to schools and university campus safely. His Excellency,  praised the progress and leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the field of education and e-learning, stressing that the launch of these platforms serves  university students and  members of  our society in a variety of areas of learning. He  also added ,  that the most prominent feature of these platforms is that  they were built by a team of students,  faculty members and employees. On the future of these  platforms, the Vice president of  Business and Knowledge Economy, Prof. Dr. Abdullatif bin Ibrahim Al-Hadithi, explained that the  university is  determined  to transform these platforms into specialized technology companies, believing in  the importance of coping with the latest educational developments  and to improve  education  outcomes that meet the  new university system. He  also added that these platforms are national projects that contribute to achieving the Kingdom's Vision 2030, in addition to achieving the university's vision to be among the top 200 universities in the world. Supervisor of the Design and Digital Platforms Unit, Dean of E-Learning, Dr. Nayef Jabali, said  that the Design and Digital Platforms Unit works in the areas of design innovation and the production of digital platforms that contribute to the growth of  knowledge economy and that is  through  focusing  on reinventing services and products. The inauguration included the following platforms: - kkux platform and application for future skills. - Fikra platform for creative development ideas. - Maher platform for training and knowledge enrichment.    -Jazel platform that allows graduate students the opportunity to communicate with experts in the fields of arbitration, statistics, translation and proofreading. - Qimma interactive platform for managing conferences and forums. -  A+ platform the first platform to provide students with references and questions banks.   It is worth noting ,that the  University agency  for Business and Knowledge Economy has taken, during its short life, many great steps in its field of specialization, achieving  knowledge economy and performing its mission of contributing to building a business and knowledge community at King Khalid University.
Under the auspices of the Vice Deanship of Student Affairs for Female Student Affairs, the Musk Club at the College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushait, in cooperation with the Development, Quality and Academic Advising Units of the College, orgenized a program entitled " Pure Breaths " about smoking and its impact on the individual On Monday, 8 /2 /1442 AH, at 7pm. The program included the following segments:   An introduction by Ms. Nawal Abu Ashi.   Lecture by Dr. Amna Hamid Babiker.   A segment entitled "Shisha: the Slow Poison" by Ms. Rahma.   A participation by a student (tobacco’s role in spreading Covid 19 Q&A with ( PowerPoint presentation ).   A Conclusion. About 72 female students and members attended the program, and everyone praised the program and its usefulness.
  The College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushayt (King Khalid University) represented by the College's Development and Quality Unit organized a training program entitled (Office 365) and that was on Monday 3/2/1442 AH at 7:00 pm via the Zoom platform. The training program was done by Dr. Amaal Alsayed Muhammad Al-Amin at the College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushait. A group of female employees from the College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushait and other colleges attended the program. The program included presentations about Office 365 package offered by King Khalid University and how to deal with all the programs it bears. The program included interventions, questions and discussions of the honorable attendees led by Dr. Rehab Babiker, The Vice Dean of the Development and Quality Unit. This program came under the umbrella of The global quality day as a contribution from the college to supporti informational concepts and utilize technology in E- learning.  
On Wednesday, 4/17/1442 AH, the College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushait, represented by the Community Service Unit as a part of the community partnership with the Social Protection Unit in Abha has presented a lecture entitled Ambition, under the supervision and organization of Dr. Rehab Babiker, The Head of the Community Service Unit at the College. The lecture was presented by Dr. Hoda Abdel Rahman Mahjoub, Assistant Professor at the Department of Islamic Studies, and the lecture included a number of topics, including:  The definition of ambition.  How to achieve the goals that a person aspires to reach. Characteristics of an ambitious person. The difference between ambition and greed  Take advantage of the pitfalls facing a person to move forward and not back down from what they aspire to.   Learn from experiences in life as lessons in human life. The program was accompanied by a presentation that includes pictures that stimulate the achievement of goals..At the end of the lecture, the opportunity for meaningful interventions and discussions was provided, where some of the attendees shared their views.
Source: KKU - Media Center His Excellency, the University President, Prof. Faleh bin Rajaa Allah Al Sulami, sponsored the signing of a cooperation agreement with the Charitable Foundation for Orphans Care (Ekhaa) Asir branch.  Vice President of Business and Knowledge Economy, Prof. Abdullatif bin Ibrahim Al Hedaithy, represented the University in signing the agreement, while Ekhaa Foundation was represented by Prof. Saleh bin Khalif Al Dahmashi, Secretary General of the Charitable Foundation for Orphans Care (Ekhaa), and Consultant of His Excellency the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development.  Al Hedaithy, explained that the agreement includes cooperation in the following areas: organizing academic, educational and entertaining programs and events for orphans, working on easing the procedures of accepting orphans to the university academic programs, in accordance to the Deanship of Admission regulations and conditions.  The agreement also includes supporting orphans psychologically and socially by cooperating with the Guidance and Consultation Center at the University, through supporting talented orphan students, and offering training courses. In addition to offering medical care through the university's dental clinics and medical centers.
Source: KKU - Media Center The Administrative Development Department at King Khalid University, held a number of training courses and programs targeting university members, during the first semester of 1442 AH, a number of training courses were held in coordination with the Institute of Public Administration and the General Court of Audit.  The Dean of Human Resources Deanship Dr. Ali Al Olayani, explained that these training courses and programs are part of the Deanship's efforts to enhance the work performance of university members, to achieve the Deanship's mission of efficient and innovative management and development of human resources, by investing distinguished capabilities, in line with best practices. On his part, the Director of the Administrative Development Department, Prof. Ali bin Saleh Al Dumaih, said that an estimate of 2188 university members benefited from these training courses. These training courses are important to develop the skills and potentials of university employees in areas that include, risk management assessment, professional skills in work procedures, monitoring skills, content analysis in social networks, facility management, leadership skills, achieving excellence in strategies implementation in universities, improving the financial performance during crises, change management, risk-based audit, performance control, governmental accounting, practicing internal auditing in government agencies.
Source: KKU - Media Center The Deanship of Admission at King Khalid University, announced the test location and references for the Supplementary Bachelor Test, for community college diploma applicants wishing to continue their education and receive a bachelor degree.  he Dean of the Deanship of Admission, Dr. Abdulmohsen Al Qarni, announced that the test will be held on 06/06/1442 AH.  To view the references and locations please click here