A scientific symposium on the private sector and its role in developing national competence

 

   

 

               

A scientific symposium on the private sector and its role in developing national competence

 

Under the auspices of University of Technology rector, Prof. Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Hassan Al-Ghabban, the esteemed and under the direct supervision of Mr. Assistant Head of the Department in charge of conducting the work of the department, Prof. Dr. Salah Karim Jawad, the esteemed The Department of Production Engineering and metallurgy / Industrial Engineering Branch held a scientific symposium entitled (the private sector and its role in developing national competence) on the morning of Wednesday, 12/19/2019, and on the hall of the late Professor Jassem Al Hayani in the department, the symposium addressed many important axes that were Through highlighting the private sector and the areas of sustainable development and ways to develop and evaluate it in order to improve it. Where the symposium was opened with a recitation from the Holy Quran and the word “Presidency of the Department” delivered by the Assistant Head of the Department in charge of conducting the work of the department Salah Karim Jawad, the esteemed, and then began the symposium with a session chaired by Prof. Dr. Sami Abu Al-Noun Ajil and M.D. Amjad Barzan Abdel Ghaffour as Rapporteur. The session dealt with the following working papers:

The first working paper (the private sector is a sustainable development artery) – Assistant Prof.Dr. Sawsan Subaih Abd Ali - Head of the Industrial Engineering Branch.

- The second working paper / Ministry of Industry and Minerals (the role of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals with the support of the private sector) - Al-Nidal Nidal Hamza Abdul-Amir.

- The third working paper / the private sector (heading towards the private sector in Iraq for entrepreneurial work) - d. Hazem Hatem Abdel-Kazem.

The fourth working paper (quantitative methods in enhancing productive efficiency) - Prof.Dr. Aladdin Hassan Qasim.

At the end of the symposium, a number of recommendations were reached in this field, which in turn will help support and revitalize this sector, and then distribute thanks and appreciation letters and appreciation certificates to the participants of

 

 

 

Source : Media Section
 
 

 

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