King Khalid University
King Khalid University represented by the Beneficiary Care Center “ Tawasul” was recently ranked first in the average overall performance of beneficiary care services, in accordance with the 2018 annual report for government universities.
King Khalid University rector, prof. Dr. Faleh Bin Rajaa Al-Solami expressed his appreciation towards the efforts of the Director of the Center for Beneficiary Care at the University for his hard work and support which lead to the university outstanding performance.
On his part, the director of the Beneficiary Care Center Mr. Shaker Al Amer commended the university rectors support and keenness to offer the best services possible and to achieve quality outcomes. Al Amer also thanked his team and colleagues for their efforts and hard work which lead to the center's victory.
It is worth mentioning that the Beneficiary Care Center is directly linked to the university rector office, as per the decision of the center establishment. The centers aim to connect all universities and governmental and private educational sectors with the ministry of education to facilitate the service of the beneficiaries and to provide a direct gate of communication through electronic services, which the Ministry seeks to achieve in light of the 2030 vision.
The University has been keen to facilitate all the procedures in this regard and has been assigned 16 coordinators to work with the Center in a number of university bodies related to the beneficiaries.
The International Exhibition & Conference on Higher Education was recently held on Riyadh on the 10th of April. Undersecretary of Education for Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Ahmed Al-Muharj, hosted the event, in which many domestic and international universities participated. The representatives included several university rectors, deans, and cultural attachés. King Khalid University Rector, His Excellency Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, represented King Khalid University at the conference.
King Khalid University had its own pavilion set up at the conference. University volunteers staffed the pavilion, and provided information about school programs and initiatives to a great number of visitors. The staff had both print and digital media available to the public. The volunteers were available throughout the day to answer questions from guests.
During the conference His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy executed agreements with the National Center for Academic Assessment and Accreditation in the Evaluation of Education and Training for consideration of 3 additional undergraduate programs (Arabic Language and Literature, Clinical Laboratory, and Pharmacology), 1 graduate program (Curriculum and Teaching Methods), and 1 doctorate program (Management an Educational Supervision). He also signed educational and community service cooperation agreements with 4 other domestic universities (Bisha University, Jazan University, Taibah University, and Taif University).
The Rector reported that the conference was a success, particularly for King Khalid University. 'The university is on track with respect to its short-term and medium-term development objectives. We are continually improving and expanding our academic programs and our civic outreach efforts. We aim to be recognized as a top 200 university worldwide within 10 years, and make significant contributions towards the fulfillment of national goals as set forth in Vision 2030' he said.