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    After a long wait.. Parliament intends to legislate a law regarding the work of private universities

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    After a long wait.. Parliament intends to legislate a law regarding the work of private universities Empty After a long wait.. Parliament intends to legislate a law regarding the work of private universities

    Post by Rocky Sat 26 Aug 2023, 5:09 am

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    [size=52]After a long wait.. Parliament intends to legislate a law regarding the work of private universities[/size]
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    The Parliamentary Education Committee places high hopes on the proposal for a draft private education law, usually its draft of important laws that are in the process of being studied to control the work of private universities with conditions and standards that impose special infrastructure and teaching staff and determine their association with the Ministry of Education.
    Committee member Firas Al-Maslamawi said, in an interview followed by Al-Maaloma Agency, that "the committee held five meetings on the private education law, during which it hosted experts on the subject, as it is an important law and needs amendment, especially with regard to the rights of the student, teacher, and employee, in addition to providing infrastructure."
    Al-Maslamawi added, "Sufficient areas will be stipulated for the construction of private educational institutions of approximately 50 dunums for the university, and the law will grant three years for each university to adapt to the new conditions regarding operating universities, and it will not be allowed to open an institution under the name (college)."
    He pointed out that "the law will focus on applying for admission to a university that has a complete infrastructure of space and teaching staff, with the inclusion of several conditions regarding the Ministry of Higher Education as the supervisory authority."
    He continued, "The law is still proposed by the Parliamentary Education Committee until now, and it is under amendment, so that we can start submitting it after the completion of the government's projects," noting that "the private education law will take its role after the advisory offices law, which will be voted on, and the law of the Ministry of Higher Education."

    For his part, committee member Muhammad Qutaiba confirmed, "The draft law has reached advanced stages, as all paragraphs have been amended and the previous defect has been amended, which was in the interest of investors."
    "The draft clarified the identity of the owner in relation to the official authorities, and a board of trustees was created to organize the work of private colleges and develop their direct association with the Ministry of Education," Qutayba said in an interview followed by Al-Maalouma Agency.
    He added, "Private colleges are administratively and financially independent, and the amounts cannot be determined by the executive authority, which is a matter that follows the labor market, as the committee believes that it is with setting standards for competition between universities to accept students, who are the ones who ultimately choose between them."
    The Parliamentary Education Committee revealed, earlier, the suspension of studies in some departments of private colleges, after recording low success rates for students of the final stages of the calendar exam. Ended / 25

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