An agreement between King Saud University and Microsoft to enhance the Un. electronic applications
Published 20 Jul 2010
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Riyadh, Spa: King Saud University signed a cooperation agreement with Microsoft Arabia in the field of administrative and electronic applications for both the academic staff and students. Dean of Business Administration College Dr. Ahmad Bin Salem Al-Amry sings the agreement representing the University while Director General of Social Responsibility and Education Dr. Mamdoh Al-Najar signs it representing Microsoft Arabia. The Agreement states that Microsoft Arabia will provide the University with all necessary equipment related to administrative and electronic applications. The agreement is dedicated to train academic staff to use such equipment in addition to training distinguished students where Microsoft will make a test for them to get Microsoft relative certificates enabling them to join its team of workers afterwards. Coming as one of the most important agreements signed by the Business Administration College as a partnership with Private sector, the College has sought to cooperate especially with business sector to specify the labor market’s needs. Deputy of King Saud University for Development and Quality Dr. Hamad Mohamed Al-Alsheik, expressed his pleasure on signing this agreement which reinforce cooperation with the Private Sector to achieve continuous development and qualifying national cadres on the administrative and electronic applications.
Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 3:20 PM Saudi Arabia Time
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