The order of these comments has no significance, it was just the sequence in which I visited the exhibitions,
Students did a good job in the layout, lighting & posters. The demonstrations set up by students were well thought out & the presentations showed good knowledge & the spirit of putting information systems to practical use.
The enthusiasm of students & teachers Dr. Nadir & Dr. Abaza to do their best was clearly demonstrated.
Business Administration & Accounting.
This was a simple but clever exhibition which centred on a demonstration of the daily life of a business institution, starting from reception supporting staff, followed by management & the mainstay of business viz marketing.
Students did very well to explain & role-play their posts. My main comment was for students & the program to find ways of teaching & learning to promote communication skills both in its theory & practice. Last & by no means least, to develop in depth knowledge & commitment to international business ethics. Professor Osman Saeed & his staff were supportive to this students’ activity
Dental Students Exhibition
This is a rich exhibition. It covered a wide field of dentistry; ranging from the prevention of dental disease to a variety of dental interventions. The material & demonstrations were excellent. The depth of knowledge was amazing; especially for junior years students of dentistry.
Students were able to talk & explain the sophistication of modern dentistry. The enthusiasm of students was enchanting. Social responsibility was evident in the inclusion of mobile dental equipment & students field activity. The leadership and organizing abilities of 4th year student A/Rahman Ashabi is greatly appreciated.
The Medicine Program Exhibition
The layout was excellent. Many students participated with a large number of stations to be visited. This exhibition must have taken a lot of preparation. However, the areas covered were topical and of high priority in medical practice.
Students at various stations had good knowledge of the subjects & were able to explain their intensions. Some of the information may be a little too detailed for the average exhibition visitor. Done without the help of the program staff, this was a commendable effort.
The Nursing Students Exhibition
This was an exhibition where one felt that the whole program students & staff were involved. Visitors were welcomed in the corridor
A beautiful layout with a reasonable array of stations, where students were well informed and gave a brief but informative explanation of their station.
Worthy of note was the stations of students’ field activity which demonstrated a well ingrained commitment to social responsibility.
If these are the nursing staff of the future one can rest assured, that given the resources & terms of service, they will provide a badly needed boost to the health services & medical practice.
I heartily commend the students & teachers on their achievement.
The Pharmacy Program Exhibition
This exhibition was well designed and a considerable effort was put into it. The outstanding observation on the stations is the way they were designed to demonstrate the use of equipment in the study of various subspecialties in the pharmacy program.
I was particularly impressed by the articulate manner in which students gave explanations at their stations. Outstanding among the presenters was 3rd Year student Nuha Albadri,
Several stations aimed at educational aspects of the use of pharmaceutical products, especially those related to herbal & alternative medicine. This shows concern for topical issues & demonstration of social responsibility.
The Medical Laboratory Sciences Exhibition
This was a rich exhibition, actually covering almost all scopes of medical laboratory sciences. The selection of topics for the various stations was extremely relevant to the health problems in Sudan. For this reason it can be considered as highly educational & reflects a well developed sense of social responsibility.
The effort students put in the preparation of demonstrations, illustrative material & the support of the staff is highly appreciated. The ability of students to explain their stations inputs was excellent.
The importance of medical laboratory sciences to medical practice was also clearly demonstrated.
Japan Culture Exhibition
This was a superbly conceived and excuted exhibition encompassing a wide range of Japanese culture. The exhibition stations were well layed out & the students at the various stalls were well informed about this relatively new area of their interest; and could give a reasonably good overview of their stations. Worthy of note is the fact that these students came from various programs at Nile College. The help and support of the Japanese Embassy is greeting appreciated.
There was a crowd of young visitors, including secondary school students, who showed real interest & inquisitiveness. This observation reflects positively on the exhibition.
An atmosphere of Japanese culture was felt and only lacked background Japanese music which would have given it more colour & authenticity.
I wish the chief organizer, student Mustafa Omer, & other participants every success in their studies & may be they will go to Japan for postgraduate training.
The Forensic Dentistry Exhibition
This exhibition was organized by the Dental students’ Association at NC dental Clinics. On entrance you saw a mock crime scene. Dramatized by darkness and a simulation of a number victim.
Police officers gave a good coverage of crime scene management & evidence collection.
Students gave informated reviews of the history and use of dental evidence in identification and in detective work to solve crimes of violence where tooth marks could be traced to the culprit. These presentations were well proposed and explained the dental students in their scrubs. Staff and a body of students were present & welcoming to the visitors.
The contribution of Dr. (Major General) Yasir Osman Yousif of the forensic Criminology Police Dept. is greatly appreciated. Final Year student Mohamed El Hibir had a big role in organizing this exhibition and other activities.