The Information Technology Office held a meeting yesterday to discuss the reactivation of its electronic services and solutions compatible with the university strategy, especially in the field of adopting the system of automating the process of correcting the examinations (which has been in place for years) To ensure speed and accuracy in obtaining results and monitoring grades and for the other advantages that arebprovided by the electronic patching system for examinations.

Engineers: Mohamed Juma, Faisal Boufana and Faris Younis presented their vision to find the appropriate solutions to ensure the return of service as soon as possible, taking into account the efficiency and safety of these solutions.


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