On the sidelines of the first meeting of voluntary work, "Ataa" which is being held at the King Khalid University (KKU), the Rector, Prof. Faleh bin Raja Allah Al Solamy patronized signing partnership agreements with King Khalid University, the Arab Center for Rights and Training, and "Basamh" program for community service.
KKU was represented by the Dean of Research and Consultancy Institute, Dr. Abdul Latif Al-Hadithi, while the Arab Center for Rights and Training was represented by its president, Dr. Hadi Bin Ali Al-Yami. The agreement aims to find areas of cooperation in training Sharia and law students of the university in the legally applied field, and prepare them for the labor market, as well as cooperation regarding coordination and organization of diverse events and the participation of faculty members, and the like of specialists in Sharia and law, in the provision of training programs.
For his part, the Dean of Student Service, Dr. Merria'e bin Saad Al Habash University represented the university in signing the agreement with the General Director of "Mutqan" Basamh program for community service, Mr. Hisham bin Saleh Rezq.
It is noteworthy that these agreements came to prove the university's interest in harnessing efforts and capabilities to enhance the students' abilities, as they are strong pillars which will hopefully make the achievements of the nation now and then. These agreements also proved the University's belief in cooperation with relevant authorities, which is considered an important and successful means, in addition to providing development programs that empower the youth of life and professional skills.