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Faculty Committees
Committees of the Faculty of Science for the academic year 2020/2021

Its main tasks are:

  1. Developing an annual plan for the work of the Committee.
  2. Discussing the issues of graduate students and making decisions related to the registration and postponement of students and other issues.
  3. Recommending the approval of postgraduate courses, course plans, and any modifications or changes that may occur to them.
  4. Approval of the recommendations of graduate studies received from the departments related to university theses.
  5. Follow up on the initiatives raised by the Faculties to develop postgraduate programs.
  6. Develop future plans for graduate programs in the Faculty.

Scientific Committee

Its main tasks are:

  1. Determining scientific research priorities in line with research priorities at the national and global levels.
  2. Preparing the scientific research plan in the faculty and following up on its implementation
  3. Encouraging faculty members to conduct scientific research and coordinate research groups.
  4. Follow up on the needs of research projects.
  5. Evaluate the research required to be supported and coordinate with the Deanship of Scientific Research.
  6. Considering requests for scientific promotions and placement by completing the procedures for their progress to the Faculty Council in accordance with the instructions and regulations in force. Raising the awareness of the faculty and students regarding scientific publishing in local, regional and international journals, indexed and court, and the services available at the university in this field.
  7. Holding seminars and workshops for scientific publishing in coordination with the relevant authorities.
  8. Suggesting candidates for research excellence awards.

Scholarship and DispatchCommittee

tasks :

  1. Preparing an annual scholarship plan for the college.
  2. Determining the priorities for the selection of scholarships and making evaluation forms for applicants.
  3. Recommending the selection of the scholarship students' names after studying the applications.
  4. Follow up on scholarships affairs with the Deanship of Scientific Research.indexed and court, and the services available at the university in this field.
  5. Holding seminars and workshops for scientific publishing in coordination with the relevant authorities.
  6. Suggesting candidates for research excellence awards.

Exam Committee

Its main tasks are:

  1. Adopting and circulating a unified form for paper-based examinations in conformity with the requirements of ISO.
  2. Determine the dates of the monthly exams.
  3. Reservation of examination halls for the morning and evening periods.
  4. Distribution of observations to faculty members
  5. Disseminate examination procedures and instructions to faculty members.
  6. Follow-up students' violations in exams and submit them to the dean of the faculty.
  7. Follow-up on the conduct of examinations and hold evacuees accountable for the observations, and thus to the Deanship of the Faculty to take the appropriate decision.
  8. Follow-up on the progress of electronic exams and ensure their settings.

Seminars and Cultural EventsCommittee

Its main tasks are:

  1. Develop an annual plan for the faculty's academic and extracurricular activities for a full academic year, including the details of each activity, with reference to the time and mechanisms of implementation.
  2. Organizing curricular and extracurricular activities at the college level and providing support to ensure that they are running in the best way.

Student and Alumni Affairs Follow-up Committee

Its main tasks are:

  1. Follow-up academic guidance in the departments.
  2. Follow up the affairs of students who are on notice and who fail academically.
  3. Follow-up of graduate students at the college so that files are opened for them to keep their personal data and help them get job opportunities and stay connected with them in their workplaces.
  4. Preparing and following up a questionnaire that measures the satisfaction of graduate students.
  5. Preparing and following up a questionnaire that measures employers' satisfaction with college graduates.
  6. Developing communication mechanisms between students inside and outside the university.

Study Plans Committee

Its main tasks are:

  1. Preparing an annual scholarship plan for the college.
  2. Determining the priorities for the selection of scholarships and making evaluation forms for applicants.
  3. Recommending the selection of the scholarship students' names after studying the applications.
  4. Follow up on scholarships affairs with the Deanship of Scientific Research.indexed and court, and the services available at the university in this field.
  5. Holding seminars and workshops for scientific publishing in coordination with the relevant authorities.
  6. Suggesting candidates for research excellence awards.

Accreditation, Quality Assurance and Strategic Planning Committee

Its main tasks are:

  1. Follow up on quality control standards according to standards approved by higher education and other institutions.
  2. Coordination with the faculty departments to ensure the application of quality standards to determine the extent of compliance with them.
  3. Documenting the evaluation of teachers and laboratory supervisors and the educational attainment of students.
  4. Collecting and analyzing general statistics about departments and colleges.
  5. Preparing the required final reports and proposing action plans that lead to developing performance and following up on the implementation of proposals and recommendations.
  6. Establishing a timetable for the periodic review of the strategic plan, the operational plan, and the risk management to ensure that they are duly implemented.

Social Committee

Its tasks are:

  1. Determining the budget for social activities
  2. Strengthening the bonds of social relations between faculty members in the faculty by organizing social activities and presenting gifts on occasions.
  3. Organizing scientific and recreational trips for faculty members and their families.

Website Committee

Its tasks are:

  1. Follow up on updating the faculty's website periodically and continuously, in both Arabic and English.
  2. Follow up and guide faculty members in using the website.
  3. Providing information bases and employing modern technologies to introduce the faculty, its activities and programs.
  4. Coordination with other committees in updating the site.

Library Committee

Its tasks are:

  1. Providing books and periodicals in the various disciplines of the Faculty for teaching and research purposes in line with the recent developments in the field of science, knowledge and technologies.
  2. Informing faculty members of recent books, periodicals and databases that reach the library.
  3. Coordination with faculty members regarding their and students' needs in terms of references, textbooks and electronic databases.

Laboratory Committee

Its tasks are:

  1. Studying the needs of the faculty laboratories (Physics Department and Service Courses Unit) of scientific equipment, chemicals and glassware and preparing a list in coordination with the scientific departments before the start of the academic year.
  2. Coordination with the relevant university authorities to provide all the needs of the faculty laboratories.
  3. Follow up maintenance and repair of equipment in laboratories.
  4. Establishing a system to inventory the materials and equipment contained in the college warehouse, examining and receiving all that comes to the college warehouse, and ensuring that they conform to the required specifications, in addition to arranging them in a system that facilitates the inventory process.
  5. Follow up on the application of public safety systems and procedures in the faculty laboratories
  6. Supporting computer laboratories with modern software.
  7. Follow up the instructions of the dean of the faculty and the tasks he refers to the committee, which are not mentioned above.

Community Service Committee

Its tasks are:

  1. Preparing and implementing a community service plan.
  2. Measuring the community parties' satisfaction with the provided community services.
  3. Encouraging private institutions and companies to cooperate with the faculty to provide their services to the community.
  4. Follow up the implementation of the program and the training courses and seminars provided to serve the community.
  5. Promotion and publicity for the faculty's community services.
  6. Organizing activities and events that serve the local community through coordination with local community institutions.
  7. Encouraging faculty members and students to participate in community service, such as visiting schools to give scientific and awareness lectures.

Creativity Committee

Its tasks are:

  1. Developing standards for student activities and innovations.
  2. Skills training and creative development of students.
  3. Shedding light on the creativity of the faculty members in the college.
  4. Securing a permanent exhibition in which students' activities and creations are preserved.
  5. Follow up the creative students in the faculty.
  6. Linking student innovations with business incubators in the Deanship of Student Affairs.

Student Issues Committee

Its tasks are:

  1. Looking into cases of cheating or attempted cheating that occur in exams held by the college.
  2. Considering cases of breach of order referred by the Dean to the Committee.
  3. Considering students' problems and proposing solutions.
  4. Follow up on suggestions and complaints from students received from the Suggestions and Complaints Fund at the Faculty of Science.

Subjects Equivalency Committee

Its tasks are:

  1. Considering requests for equivalency of subjects submitted by students transferring from other universities or bridging from community colleges to the Faculty of Science.
  2. Preparing lists of the equivalent courses and the corresponding university courses and submitting that to the Deanship.
  3. Collecting a description of the equivalent materials in colleges and universities from which the student is transferred in an archive for reference when needed.