‘Together we Read’: an initiative towards an educated community

The Centre for Foundation Studies (CFS) organized its first community outreach initiative, entitled ‘Together we Read’, for the academic year 2017-2018 on 13th December 2017. A group of 50 General Foundation Programme (GFP) students accompanied by some CFS faculty visited Al Kathwer Elementary School in Al-Seeb. The main objective of the initiative is to share knowledge and to build a culture of reading among MEC students as well as members of the local community.

19 December 2017/Author: News Editor/Number of views (7561)/Comments ()/

‘Automatic daily activity management system for the elderly person’: A winning FURAP project by MEC students

A team consisting of two undergraduate students from Middle East College (MEC) have been awarded by The Research Council of Oman (TRC) under the Faculty Mentored Undergraduate Research Award Programme of TRC (FURAP) during the Annual Research Forum 2017 on the 10th December 2017 for their winning project; entitled ‘Automatic daily activity management system for the elderly person’, under the category ‘Health and Social Services’. 

19 December 2017/Author: News Editor/Number of views (5072)/Comments ()/
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‘Automatic daily activity management system for the elderly person’: A winning FURAP project by MEC students

A team consisting of two undergraduate students from Middle East College (MEC) have been awarded by The Research Council of Oman (TRC) under the Faculty Mentored Undergraduate Research Award Programme of TRC (FURAP) during the Annual Research Forum 2017 on the 10th December 2017 for their winning project; entitled ‘Automatic daily activity management system for the elderly person’, under the category ‘Health and Social Services’. 

19 December 2017/Author: News Editor/Number of views (3783)/Comments ()/
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Education Is All a Matter of Building Bridges- Ralph Ellison

التعليم ككلّ عبارة عن بناء جسور! – رالف إليسون

According to the Sultanate’s Eighth Five Year Development Plan 2010-2015, Oman’s construction industry registered an average annual growth rate of 9.4%. Despite low oil prices, it appears that the country’s construction industry will continue to expand. In the next two decades, the construction in Oman is expected to continue to fulfil the infrastructure needs of its growing population.

26 September 2017/Author: News Editor/Number of views (3279)/Comments ()/
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