Hamdan university ties up with Beit Al Khair
Dubai, December 7, 2011
Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University (HBMeU), a leader in the field of e-Learning and quality management, has signed a strategic partnership with Beit Al Khair Society to serve all segments of the UAE society.
As per the deal, HBMeU will provide high-quality training to managers and employees of Beit Al Khair Society in the administrative, scientific and research fields, and offer resources through the university’s publishing house, particularly specialized publications in the field of total quality in both Arabic and English.
The agreement was signed by Dr Ibrahim Bin Abdulrahman, vice chancellor of HBMeU, and Abdeen Taher Al-Awadi, director general of Beit Al Khair Society.
It is in line with the efforts of both parties to strengthen co-operation and community partnership to achieve common goals and serve all segments of the UAE society, particularly students and scholars said the two officials after the signing.
'The society officials and employees will be invited to seminars and annual conferences organized by the university in the UAE that will discuss the most recent developments and best practices in the field of excellence and quality management,' they added.
Both sides also agreed to study the possibility of providing financial aid to students with special needs as well as other humanitarian programs and establish a special scholarship fund, which reaffirms their commitment to continue to cooperate through periodic meetings, launching of new initiatives and sharing of publications and reports.
Dr Abdulrahman said, “In line with our strategic partnership, we are committed to allocate specific areas at the university campus where we will to place donation boxes in support of humanitarian and charitable activities of Beit Al Khair.'
'We will focus our efforts on the Scholarship Fund initiative to help needy students pursue their university studies and thus draw positive changes in the society,' he added.
Al-Awadhi lauded the role of HBMeU as the first educational institution specialized in providing e-learning academic programmes on total quality management (TQM) in the Arab World.
“Our new partnership with the university is a vital thrust towards developing human resources, especially in the field of total quality management, through humanitarian and charitable activities,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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