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Goals and objectives

  • Goals and objectives

Goals and objectives

  • 12 Aug 2015
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  • To provide modernized, relevant and transformable academic programs that satisfy the needs of our local, national and global communities.

  • To reach international levels in standards while maintaining local values and culture.

  • To Create an advanced educational and research environment for our students and researchers.

  • ICT techniques shall be heavily utilized in teaching and evaluation with regular evaluation processes that procures continuous promotion of academic dynamics.

  • To promote teaching facilities to the latest technical standards (libraries, laboratories…etc ).

  • To introduce the application of standard aptitude and IQ tests like those are adopted by all American universities.

  • To integrate the academic programmers with psychological counseling programmers thus emphasizing the characteristics of our university college as a truly modernized academic institution.

  • To recruit the best professors available in the labour market particularly from retired and repatriated Sudanese professors.

  • Help establish and finance technology incubators to avail jobs for talented students to run their own entrepreneur companies before launching their enterprises in the broad technology investment market.

  • To build an educational/cultural bridge with equivalent regional and international institutions.

The NAPATA college administration shall conduct continuous evaluation for all components of the teaching-learning process including evaluation of the academic programs, the teachers and students performance.

Students shall be asked to fill in staff evaluation questionnaires (that are both valid and reliable) for every course in each semester.

  • 12 Aug 2015
  • 1540 Viewer