Community College

Marketing for small projects

  The Guidance and Guidance Unit, in cooperation with the Guidance and Guidance Center at the Deanship of Student Affairs and the Center for Talent and Creativity, organized a lecture entitled "Marketing for Small Projects", presented by Assistant Professor, Department of Administrative Sciences and Technology, Dr. Anjam Othman Ahmed. I spoke about the axes of the objectives, which included the definition of the reasons for interest in the marketing of small project Kingdom Vision 2030 and Small Enterprises Introducing the concept of projects focusing on small projects Introducing Small Business Support Programs in Saudi Arabia Identify the types and benefits of small enterprises and the key elements of their management and the reasons for their failure Introducing the concept of marketing and how to develop effective marketing plans for the small projec She reviewed the Kingdom's vision for small projects, which she reviewed in several points including: The vision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is based on three axes: The vital community  The economy is booming The ambitious homelan She also talked about how to transform the economy into a prosperous economy that is not totally dependent on oil as an income source. It is necessary to create an attractive environment for investment, increase productivity, enhance competitiveness and shift from consumption to production. This requires increasing small and medium enterprises, Building a strong economic base, creating jobs for citizens Her Excellency was impressed by the meaning of small projects as she knew that "the project is a legal entity seeking profit. As well as the characteristics of the project, including One goal (profit) Physical and human elements Management and information syste She also mentioned SME support programs in Saudi Arabia, including the SME Financing Program, the Centennial Fund, the Bader Program, the Project Sponsorship Program, the Young Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship Program, the King Salman Entrepreneurship Institute It also reviewed the advantages of small projects. These projects are characterized by geographic spread, which helps to reduce disparities. These projects provide goods and services to low-income groups of the society and preserve traditional works It also helps large projects in some marketing activities, distribution, maintenance and spare parts industry. Which enables large enterprises to focus on the main activities, also can be a source of innovation and innovation and contribute to the creation of administrative and technical cadres. Some examples and forms of small-scale projects, such as the design of accounting programs, the manufacture of car accessories, wedding events, advertising design, the drawing and shaping of children's bedrooms, the project of preparing land and summer trips Processing of brochures, school and university cafeterias, design of women's models, training center for businesswomen The basic elements of SME management also mentioned the regulatory framework such as information system (market - competitors - prices - funding opportunities - youth funders), technical study, market study, financial study She also spoke about the reasons for the failure of small projects and mentioned several reasons I listed them in several points as follows: Do not study the market   Lack of marketing information system Lack of managerial and practical experience   More than the domestic market   High production costs   Higher prices due to higher cost   Non-conformity to specifications   Low quality   The product is not suitable for tastes It is simply defined as collecting market information in terms of consumer trends and their age, social and economic segments in areas where the product will be sold mainly Obtain studies of economic growth and inflation expectations, such as rising prices, salaries, and state trends in investment in general -Study of the product through examination of the market y
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National Day 88

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.
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The Second Scientific Seminar in the Department of Administrative Sciences

As part of the scientific research activities at the college, the second scientific seminar was held in the Department of Administrative Sciences. It included three researches which were presented as follows: First research: Title: Promotion of Banking Services in Sudanese Banks / Case Study of Al Baraka Bank Khartoum Prepared by: Masha’r Hussein Khalifa Main Ideas: 1. Detecting the types of promotional means directed to customers. 2. Distinguishing the efficiency of employees in dealing with customers to sell the distinctive banking service. 3. Measuring the satisfaction of the client and the extent it has been achieved through promotional programs by the bank. Research Hypotheses: 1. Having an effective marketing department in the bank leads to achieving the Bank's objectives. 2. Achieving customer satisfaction by providing an outstanding banking service leads to profitability. 3. Promotion leads to increasing the effectiveness of the banking services. 4. Identifying the target audience when developing the promotional strategy at the bank increases the effectiveness of promotion. Second Research: Title: The impact of MIS on the performance of workers in business establishments. An applied study on the implementation of dams in Khartoum from 2005-2007. Prepared by: Dr. Maram Ahmad Ali Al Tayeb Main Ideas: 1. The theoretical framework of management information systems 2. Administrative performance in the dam implementation unit 3. Case Study Third Research: Title: Effect of the banking system in Sudan on savings (Case study on Faisal Islamic Bank of Sudan) (1996-2005) Main Ideas: Identifying ways to attract saving deposits and studying the policies and financial procedures that affect deposits and finding out the causes of cash leakage. The study discusses the effect of the Sudanese banking system on saving. A case study on Faisal Islamic Bank of Sudan from (1996-2005). The research discusses the problem of poor saving deposits in the Third World and studying the policies and financial procedures that affect the savings deposits. The problem of research is that the Third World countries suffer from weakness in domestic saving deposits, and that most of them are outside the banking system. Is this due to a relationship between saving deposits, bank defaults, and saving deposits? Is there a relationship between the currency in the public and the saving deposits? The study came up with several results, the most important of which is that the Sudanese banks, that follow the Islamic Sharia’a do not only serve Muslims in the homeland or other Islamic countries, but also provides a message of guidance for humanity regarding the role of Islam. Thus, the goal of attracting savings is not to profit under the Islamic system but to achieve economic and social development.  The relative importance of the Central Bank deposits item increased during the period from 1999 to 2002, in contrast to the period 1996-1999, where the contribution of other items was higher than the contribution of deposits in the structure of the use of the resources of the banking system
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New e-Services Will Help Expedite the Scientific Council Secretariat’s Transactions

Earlier this week, His Excellency, the Rector of King Khalid University, Prof. Dr. Faleh Bin Raja Allah Al-Solamy, inaugurated a comprehensive range of e-services. In cooperation with the Scientific Council Secretariat, the General Directorate of Information Technology has implemented and staged the launch of e-government services. Because of this, faculty members will substantially benefit from three different services including - but not limited to- the academic file, the promotion system, and merit-based scientific excellence awards. At the beginning of the inauguration ceremony, the Deputy CIO, Mr. Wael Asiri, presented a detailed explanation of the new e-services. In his presentation, he talked about the essential features of the services that will be offered to faculty members. He showed how the academic file service enables a faculty member to organize and store all of their academic information in one convenient location. He also explained how the promotion system service allows the faculty member to submit an e-request, in addition to the ability to measure and assess numerical promotion rates. Moreover, Mr. Asiri showed the attendees how to apply for the scientific excellence awards in its various categories. In his speech, the University Vice-President for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Dr. Saad Al-Omari, explained that the e-services developed for the Scientific Council were under the Rector’s guidance. Dr. Al-Omari further added that the Rector stressed the necessity for automating all faculty member e-transactions to reduce the estimated time required when performing related operations. Previously,  a delay would occur in most of the faculty members’ promotion requests. As a result, the new e-service system serves to reduce administrative efforts, increase transparency in procedures, and enable the applicant to manage and track requests. To conclude, Dr. Al-Omari emphasized that the new system will significantly reduce the time it takes to submit promotion and/or excellence requests by creating an integrated academic file for each faculty member that includes a separate area detailing scientific output. At the end of the ceremony, the University Rector directed officials of the Scientific Council Secretariat to immediately begin deployment of the new services at the beginning of the spring semester. Finally, he thanked all those who were involved in this promising project that is a key component in the University's vision and ambition to be a leading university in the regional and global arenas. As a final point, it is worth mentioning that the regulations of the new services passed through a full procedural cycle beginning with the request submission, then passing through the council of the department, the college and the scientific council, and ending with arbitration.
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Scientific Research Methods

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.  
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The Abha community renews loyalty and welcomes 630 new students

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. 
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