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Austerity forces the University of Babylon to turn its outer space into "garages"

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Austerity forces the University of Babylon to turn its outer space into "garages"


Babylon / Iqbal Mohammed 

The University of Babylon announced on Sunday new measures to increase its financial resources in the face of the austerity crisis in the country, and decided to open evening studies at colleges and increase wages at acceptable rates, referred to the activation of the work of consulting offices in colleges. The university's assistant director for administrative affairs, Ahmed Khalil al-Husseini, said in a statement that "the university adopts its policy on various axes to increase and maximize its financial resources. It is based on specific axes such as opening evening studies at colleges and increasing wages as much as possible, The work of the advisory offices in colleges and other formations, and urging colleges that do not have such studies to open them, activate the University's productive project, and benefit from the outer squares and use them as parking spaces for certain prices for non-members.

Al Husseini stressed the importance of opening the door of cooperation with the governorate departments to provide advice and expertise from specialists and high certificates for the management of pilot projects, opening the investment of the land belonging to the university with companies and investors for the public benefit, and increasing the fees collected on documents and endorsements and identities and fines of books in varying proportions and the distinction between The student and the employee in coordination with the financial affairs with increasing fees and taxes to contractors and contractors to achieve balance in the labor market.
Al-Husseini added, "The fees of medical treatment and the tickets of the auditors have also been raised, and the financial resources resulting from the hosting have been brought into the revenues of the Higher Education Fund and the computer labs at the university and its colleges have been provided through the provision of programs and internet and computer services. Specific prices ". "The university directed the activation of the unit of the Agricultural Division through planting seedlings and flowers, which reduces the amount of purchase, and opening courses and workshops for institutions, companies and private sector employees, and benefit from master's and doctoral projects by turning them into a commercial application or searching for external outlets To invest in these subjects. " He added that "
Babil province is suffering from a lack of financial resources due to the current austerity in the country, while the service workers in the municipality of Hilla to claim their wages, which they have not received for months. Earlier, the Babil Governorate Council announced on Sunday (21/2/2016) its intention to discuss the imposition of fees on the passage of commercial trucks in the governorate during the next session, while stressing that it will discuss the imposition of other service charges, confirmed the existence of investment opportunity on the resort of Babylon.


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Dhi Qar / Hussein Al-Amel 

The Committee on Education and Higher Education in the Council of Dhi Qar, a ministerial decision to reduce the proportion of students from the stationery and limited distribution to the first three grades in primary schools, while the Committee considered the decision as a threat to the benefits of free education and mandatory education, warned of high rates of dropout students from seats Study and exacerbate the problem of illiteracy. The head of the Higher Education and Education Committee in the province of Dhi Qar Shahid Ahmed Hassan al-Ghalibi for "the range", "The Ministry of Education decided to reduce the stationery equipped for public schools and limited distribution to the first three grades in primary schools." He explained that "the ministry issued a schedule for processing indicates that the share of stationery is limited to the first row and the second and third primary only and that this table is committed to schools and the Directorate of Education now."




"The processing of the three grades of the primary stage does not exceed two dinars per student at the present time, which is not considered a sufficient share to meet the needs of students of stationery." "The deprivation of three classes of primary and middle and middle grades of stationery under the ministerial decision." He warned the head of the Education Committee of the repercussions of the decision of the Ministry of Education on the reality of education as it threatens the benefits of free education and compulsory education. He pointed out that "most of the students and students in the province are poor and poor families barely provide the strength of the day and the failure to equip students with stationery will burden these families and may cause the problem of the problem of leakage of students from school and deprive many of the study and thus increase the illiteracy rates in the province."



He pointed out that "the government neglected education and other aspects of life under the pretext of its preoccupation with the war against Dahesh." A number of citizens considered the ministry's decision to cancel the students' share of stationery by "continuing to harm the poor and low-income segments". Haidar al-Asadi told "Al-Mada" that "the government decisions that are not studied are reflected negatively on the lives of poor classes in the province of Dhi Qar in light of the deteriorating economic situation." Al-Asadi noted that "the decision to reduce the proportion of students from the stationery and cancel the processing of the largest number did not take into account what the families of the students of the hardship of living and limited income." Al-Asadi pointed to "high rates of poverty and unemployment in the province at the present time to higher than the rates were estimated at more than 35 percent." "Asadi said,



Al-Asadi called on the Ministry of Education to take into account the poor segments and reconsider its decision and increase the share of students from stationery. The schools of Dhi Qar governorate include more than 567 thousand students and students, who are distributed throughout the different stages of study (kindergartens, elementary, middle, preparatory, secondary, teacher's and vocational schools), while the governorate includes about 1109 school buildings, 2000) is a school or institute, most of them are dual or tripartite, and many of them are obsolete. The education sector in the province faces a number of challenges, including the lack of school buildings and aging, overcrowded classrooms and classrooms, and lack of staff and educational specialties.


The Union of Trade Unions in Dhi Qar earlier in the high unemployment rates to 70 percent of the labor force as a result of the financial crisis and the influx of foreign workers, while warned community and government organizations of the risks and repercussions of the problems of poverty and unemployment on the youth. The administration of the province of Dhi Qar warned on Saturday (January 16, 2016) of high crime rates among unemployed youth, while confirming that the cessation of all the projects of the province disrupt the movement of economic and trade joints and caused a decline in employment opportunities.

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