The Information and Communication Technology Incubator at the Syrian Scientific Society for Informatics branch in Homs, in cooperation with Al-Baath University, organized today an arbitration meeting to evaluate more than twenty pilot projects for young people wishing to incubate their projects in various sectors.
In a statement to SANA reporter, the head of the association, Eng. Hassan al-Najjar, said that the meeting comes within the framework of the pioneering work project sponsored by the association, to help students during a year by settling the technical aspects of the project, which could be the nucleus of a small or medium project that supports the local market, in addition to presenting Legal and administrative advice on establishing a commercial company legally.
According to Najjar, the association has cooperation agreements, memorandums of understanding and partnerships with universities, to enhance the pioneering role of students and youth under the auspices of the Ministry of Higher Education and the interest of the Chambers of Industry and Commerce.
In turn, Dr. Fadi Ghosn, a member of the board of directors of the association supervising the work of the pioneering program, considered that the applicants’ projects are promising, and the association aims to support such projects and introduce them into the labor market as a kind of networking between the outputs of universities and the labor market, indicating that two arbitration committees include specialists in several fields that were selected today. The projects that are most closely related to the needs of the market, according to well-studied mechanisms.
Director of the Information and Communications Technology Incubator in Homs, Eng. Hala Jahjah, pointed out that 4 projects selected last year are being evaluated, to continue supporting them, in addition to judging new projects by two arbitration committees of specialized scientific cadres in the Syrian Scientific Society for Informatics and Al-Baath University, to provide programming and marketing consultancy and help young people to Establishing emerging companies that have a feasibility in the market.
The young man, Ali Muhammad, a chemical engineer, chose his project in the field of alternative energy, hoping for approval to start applying it on the ground in the future.
The young people, Eng. Hossam Farzat, Mohamed Farzat, and Eng. Loay Adam, presented their project (Engel) as an integrated medical system targeting the health sector by integrating digitization, which is widespread today, with the aim of developing and upgrading the level of health services.
The young woman, Alaa Al-Rifai, a student at the Faculty of Tourism at Al-Baath University, found in the tourism sector with all its components a wide and rich field for her pioneering project, relying on the best technical and digital software, while Engineer Farah Saeed presented her pioneering technical project to serve the academically stumbling university students by providing a service reality, especially in the last year. .
The student, Riyad Shalouf, mentioned that his role in the incubator is to supervise, assist and support the incubating teams in the field of software, noting the youth's enthusiasm and interest in delving into the best technologies and software in an organized manner.
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