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As a part of activating the activities  and community service programs in the college, a workshop entitled " The Development of  Managerial Skills" was performed in cooperation with Training Centre of Quality and Accreditation Dr. Sabah Fathi , an assistant professor at Business Administration Department at the college, presented this workshop and (36)  trainees attended it. The workshop shed light on the following points:     Identifying the skills of an effective leader.    Solving problems by using innovative ways.      Establishing and improving work team.      Over coming organizational conflicts.  
As part of activating community service activities at the college, a workshop entitled "Skills of dealing with Bosses", which was attended by 40 trainees from the first primary school staff and presented by Dr. Sabah Fathy Assistant Professor in the department of Administrative Sciences at the College. The workshop discussed the following themes:    How to identify patterns of bosses and how to deal with them.    Identifying obstacles of dealing with the boss and how to overcome them.    Using positive behavioral skills in dealing with the bosses.    Positive behaviors that strengthen relationships with bosses.  
In the framework of activating the activities and programs of scientific research at the college, a workshop entitled "Scientific Research Methods" . attended by 70 trainees and presented by Dr. Sabah Fathy, Assistant Professor at the Department of Administrative Sciences:    Study Title.    An introduction ends with a sense of the problem.    Problem of the study.    Study Questions.    Objectives and importance of the study.    Study hypotheses.    Terminology of study.    Research methodology and tools.    The community and study of the study.    The limits of the study.    Previous studies.    List of sources or references used in the study.  
As a part of activating activities and community service programs in the  College a workshop entitled " Excellence in Human Resources Management and Planning" was performed in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce - Centre for Businesswomen in Abha .The workshop lasted four day and ( 22) trainee attended the workshop which was presented by Dr. Sabah Fathi , an assistant professor at Business Administration Department at the college. The workshop shed light on the following points:    An Introduction to human resources management.    The core activities of the HR employee  (job analysis and human resources planning).    How to choose and develop human resources.    How to develop human resources workforce skills  
On behalf of the Deanship of the Community College for Girls in Abha and all its staff members, we extend our deepest condolences to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman Bin Abdulaziz, His Highness Crown Prince, His Highness Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz and His Highness Prince of Asir Region. May the Almighty forgive and have mercy on him, and to make Paradise his abode.  
Under the patronage of the Deanship of Student Affairs and in cooperation with the Cooperation Club at Abha Community College, a program was activated: 'Proud to be a Feminine' The program included three themes:   Red Color Corner under the title 'Proud of my Veil' Gifts containing recommendations for students to maintain their veil have been presented.     Green Color Corner under the title 'Proud of my Appearance and Essence' which included encouraging expressions for students to have a decent appearance and high morals.   ​Blue Color Corner under the title 'Proud of my Guiding Example' where things related to the  Sunnah, such as the Sawak and Tasbeeh (counting) rings were distributed. This corner also contained a box for writing the name of one's best example.  This corner was supervised by Ms. Nawal Mousa, the coordinator of academic guidance in the college. The program started with a welcome note delivered by one of the students, and then some  flying balloons with the colors of the corners announced the beginning of the activity. The Vice Dean delivered a speech on behalf of the Dean, followed by the employee Fatima Al-Bishri's speech. Finally, students had a look at the exhibition.
The University Study Center for Girls completed the Breast Cancer Week Campaign that was held under the patronage of the Dean of the Center and the College of Nursing, Dr. Ola Al-Haqan, in cooperation with the Zahra Society and in conjunction with the Global Breast Cancer Awareness Initiative. The campaign aimed to raise awareness, support, and provide information about this disease, and contribute to the development of national educational centers to maintain the health of women, and education of female university students and teachers in the area of breast cancer. The campaign also aims to introduce how to examine for breast cancer and spread a culture of awareness to the seriousness of this disease, and to conduct a clinical examination of those wishing to attend the campaign and their families. The program included scientific lectures on breast cancer in the form of a play for female students, in addition to self-examination training and awareness pavilions attended by all health colleges in each specialty. The program also included a visual presentation about the importance of early detection through a short film and the definition of breast cancer through interviews with specialized doctors. for moor
Within the framework of activating community service activities and programs in the College a workshop entitled (Your Subconscious Mind is Smarter than You Think)has been given on Monday, 10/2 / 1439H. It was presented by Ms. Khadija Khmash Assiri, a psychologist with a license to practice the profession from the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties. The workshop focused on the following:   Definition of the subconscious mind   The way subconscious mind works    Subconscious mind ability to do miracles     The role of the subconscious mind in achieving goals  The workshop concluded with a presentation of a motivational video. The workshop also included some mental games, and 55 students participated in this activity.  
Specialists from King Khalid University have confirmed that the NEOM project that has been launched by the Crown Prince, His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, will be a tremendous and exciting project, not a traditional one. They added that the new project will be a source of pride and will lead to a worldwide economic, technological, and knowledge-based revolution. It will lead the Kingdom to artificial intelligence and provide enormous economic benefits. The Dean of the Financial and Administrative College of the University, Dr. Dhafer bin Zafrah maintained that the “NEOM project means the beginning of our new future. We are building our future and NEOM is a leading project headed by an ambitious man who wants to progress the country and to make it a model of ambitious countries.” for moor
His Excellency Prof. Dr. Faleh Bin Rajaa Allah Al-Solamy, the Rector of King Khalid University, said that the university is pleased to host the Tebyan project, which comes in cooperation with the King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue for the Prevention of Extremism to protect young people from dark thought. Rector Al-Solamy praised the project and the event holders. He hoped the work would continue to serve the nation and raise awareness within the community to the damage and destructive consequences of extremism. He hoped the project could provide courses and workshops that would reduce and fight against extremism and its features.This came during His Excellency's sponsorship on Tuesday morning to the third release of the Tebyan project for the prevention of extremism, which is organized by the Deanship of Student Affairs, in cooperation with the King Abdul Aziz Center for National Dialogue.The project will be held over two days, in the Central Stands of the University City in Abha.for moor
The General Directorate of Information Technology (IT) of King Khalid University has recently provided, in partnership with the International Company “On the Hub,” a new service called myApps. It is a platform which provides specialized academic office software The new service is available for the employees of the University and can be accessed from the following link: http://myApps.kku.edu.sa
His Royal Highness, Deputy Governor of the Asir Region, Prince Mansour bin Muqrin bin Abdulaziz, asserted that the completion of the new university city project would be his priority.He added that the university is full of groundbreaking scientific competencies and includes thousands of male and female students.He also praised the university’s significant role with the Emirate of Asir and with other governmental institutions highlighting the university's considerable support to the emirate and expressing his pride in its expertise.for moor
On behalf of HRH the Governor of Aseer Region, Prince Faisal bin Khalid bin Abdulaziz, HRH Prince Mansour bin Muqren bin Abdulaziz, the Governor Deputy patronized yesterday the opening ceremony of the 14th Book and Information Fair, which is being organized by King Khalid University and takes place in Prince Sultan Cultural Center in Khamis Mushyate.King Khalid University Rector, Prof. Dr. Faleh bin Rajaa Allah Al-Solamy, the University Vice-Presidents, and deans received HRH Prince Mansour bin Muqren bin Abdulaziz.for moor  
Under the continuous aid and support  of His Excellency Prof. Dr. Faleh Bin Rajaa Allah Al Salami for all the university bodies, under the wise leadership of the Dean of the College Dr. Munira Abu Hamama, and in continuation of the success of the Community College for Girls in Abha, the operation and maintenance unit in the college got the trophy (the ideal unit) from the general administration for operation and maintenance in honor of being the best unit for services and maintenance at the level of all faculties of girls in the university, asking the Almighty for more success and the best levels for the college.  
The college has celebrated two occasions: the first is celebrating the national Day and the second is welcoming new students who have just started their educational journey. The ceremony began with the recitation of verses from Holy Quran. Then, the dean of the college, Dr. Munira Abu Hamama, delivered her speech. She said: “In the name of Allah and praise be to Allah who gave us the honor to be Muslims and peace and prayers be upon His messenger. Today we celebrate the eighty – seventh National Day, which is an annually celebrated occasion by the nation. In this occasion, we remember Allah’s grace on this country and its people since King Abdul Aziz , may Allah have mercy on him, unified it. Allah gave us many graces like feeling secure and safe under the patronage of our leadership and the government of this country, which we ask Allah to bless and help them in achieving victory of all Muslims’ issues and unifying its people for obeying them.The human’s love for his homeland is innate. It is not surprisingly that a human loves his homeland where he grew, and feels homesickness when he is a way from it. Is this love sufficient for this country?These emotions are not enough but we have to turn this love into a practice by preserving the country’s savings, security, and the unity of its people. Allah created us and ordered us to build this Universe and this is what we call, Appointment of successor, “He brought you forth from the earth, and settled you therein”The second occasion is welcoming fresh students at Girls’ Community College and I pray to Allah to help you in achieving success. However, this success cannot be achieved unless you study hard.After the dean’s speech, the registrar talked about the regulations of the college.Then the ceremony included presentations about: Academic advising and counseling Unit. E-learning unit presented how it improves the educational process and the students’ skills Academic development and accreditation unit introduced a presentation, which focused on how this unit helps in improving the educational process and learning outcomes. It is worth mentioning that there were corners presented some booklets and brochures for each unit in the college. The deanship of students’ welfare participated in this ceremony as well by preparing a corner in which the deanship’s missions were presented and how they contribute in developing the college. A talent and creativity Center participated in this ceremony by presenting some of the students’ works. At the end of the ceremony, the dean, vice-dean, staff members and many students took a look around all the corners in which each unit presented its missions. 
On behalf of the Deanship of the Community College for Girls in Abha and all its staff, we convey our sincere congratulations to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and His Crown Prince; Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz on the occasion of the National Day. The day on which all the regions of this country were united and the flag of unity was sky high, asking the Almighty to preserve our country and to perpetuate the grace of security, surveillance, prosperity and thriving under our wise government. On behalf of the Deanship of the Community College for Girls in Abha and all its staff, we convey our sincere congratulations to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and His Crown Prince; Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz on the occasion of the National Day. The day on which all the regions of this country were united and the flag of unity was sky high, asking the Almighty to preserve our country and to perpetuate the grace of security, surveillance, prosperity and thriving under our wise government.
King Khalid University continues to attain remarkable achievements in a number of fields. It has recently earned global accreditation from the ABET Organization for six of its programs which are as follows: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Network and Communications Engineering in the College of Computer Science in addition to Chemical Engineering and Civil Engineering in the College of Engineering.for moor
Under the continuous aid and support  of His Excellency Prof. Dr. Faleh Bin Rajaa Allah Al Salami for all the university bodies, under the wise leadership of the Dean of the College Dr. Munira Abu Hamama, and in continuation of the success of the Community College for Girls in Abha, the operation and maintenance unit in the college got the trophy (the ideal unit) from the general administration for operation and maintenance in honor of being the best unit for services and maintenance at the level of all faculties of girls in the university, asking the Almighty for more success and the best levels for the college
King Khalid University, represented by the Admissions and Registration Deanship and through its portal, has received the more than 20,000 registration requests for the coming academic year 1438/1439. The first stage of admission ended as it was available for a month from 10/10/1438 to 10/11/1439 AD. The Deanship will begin the selection and nomination stage for the applicants in the first stage whose percentages in the qualified or balanced percentage are more than 80%. Nominations for accepted applicants will be for 130 specialties distributed over 29 colleges. The Dean of Admissions and Registration, Dr. Abdulmohsen Al-Qarni, clarified that the nomination process would continue for three stages starting from the current month and for ten days. Applicants will be nominated, and then the Deanship will receive their consent on the disciplines for which they have been nominated.  The process will be accomplished electronically without the applicants’ need to review with the Deanship. Dr. Al-Qarni said, “The Deanship has provided a system of electronic requests that could receive and answer the applicants' requests electronically. The new service indeed saved time and effort, and at the same time it helped the applicants a lot as they find a reliable resource for information.”for moor
King Khalid University, represented by the Faculty of Sharia and the Foundation of Religion, through the Unit of Awareness and Cultural Activities, concluded the Global Education and Cultural Program in the Federal Republic of Brazil, the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) and the Maldives. The program came under the directives of His Excellency, Dr. Faleh Bin Raja Allah Al-Solamy, the Rector of King Khalid University, and in accordance with University's plan to fulfill its mission and achieve its objectives through the creative programs of social responsibility. Recently, the "Balagh" program was launched. It was aimed at Muslims in general and preachers in particular, in addition to students of science. The program sought to teach students the sciences of Sharia, such as doctrine, jurisprudence and origins, interpretation, the origins of the call to God the Almighty. The program also sought to collect many scientific materials in one book, in addition to preparing training bags in various subjects.for moor