Membership of the Joint External Advisory Board of the College of IT and Engineering at Ahlia University




I was chosen by Ahlia University’s Management to be a member of the  Joint External Advisory Board of the College of IT and Engineering, being one of three Alumni members of the committee.

As a graduate of that college with a Bachelors in Mobile & Network Engineering, and as the 3rd President of the Students Council and once an employee of the University’s Administration, along with receiving Technical positions in the job market, then commercial roles and now I  becoming a Director of Q&A Advisory that I am opening along with my father, Ahlia University asked me to join the Joint External Advisory Board for the sake of improving the currently praised performance of the College, where the University’s is aiming at bringing out innovative talents in the field of IT for the internal and external jobs market, along with emphasizing on the importance on the importance of innovative entrepreneurship in the field of IT.

What I am intending to do is to emphasis on the importance of what is greatly neglected in the local market of the Open Source systems and software. With the power granted by the University’s management, a grant for Best Linux Project is what I am intending to give to the student with the most interesting project with Linux Operating System, whether it is in the form of an Embedded System, a Raspberry Pi, a Workstation or even a Server would be eligible to receive a grant that would half his tuition fees for one year.

As things progress I am intending to provide more with whatever permissions I am get from the University, even reaching a stage where a Linux lab is established for the enthusiasts & those who want to be certified, or even become entrepreneurs in the field.

I hope this project would flower talents that would contribute to the technological status in Bahrain, where talents and entrepreneurs with amazing ideas and projects would change the current scene of Information Technology at this part of the world, and may God bless.

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