Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research
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2018/08/16 | 08:59:51 : AM |

President of ALMustansiriyah university inspects ALMustansiriyah medical complex and praises on the completion of more than 80% of the rehabilitation work

 The president of ALMustansiriyah university Prof. Dr. Sadiq ALHamash has inspected the final stages of the rehabilitation of the new buildings of the Faculty of Medicine and the College of Nursing at Al-Mustansiriya Medical Complex in Al-Qadisiya district in Baghdad. During the tour, he was accompanied by the administrative assistant Assist. Prof. Dr. Youssef Al-Haidari, the scientific assistant Assist. Prof. Dr. .Kadhum Al-Majidi and the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Prof. Dr. Ali Ismail Abdullah, the president of the university reviewed the  achievement rates that reached more than 80 In the various work carried out by all the committees which were formed  by the university to rehabilitate the Deanship of the Faculty of Medicine , its halls and scientific laboratories , campus , the Deanship of the Faculty of Nursing as well as the work of the committees of infrastructure and high pressure electricity and the beaches. Al-Hamash praised the great efforts exerted by the engineering staff of ALMustansiriya University and continues to work on the construction of buildings, classrooms, scientific laboratories, gardens and other facilities. He expressed his satisfaction with the percentage of achievements achieved in all works according to the pre-planned plans. The university president said that this achievement would have been possible without the support of the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Abdul Razzaq Al-Issa, and his continuous follow-up, visits and guidance to overcome all obstacles. He pointed out that the transfer of the Faculty of Medicine to the new buildings will contribute to meet the urgent market need for different medical staff Through increasing the chances of admission to the college and double the proportion early next year.

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