On-Job-Training Department conducted virtual interviews with OQ Energy Company for students
The On-Job-Training Department, within the framework of its interest and care in developing the development and skills of students in all areas, conducted virtual interviews with OQ Energy Company for students of the Engineering Department in all its specializations (Mechanical, Electrical & Civil Engineering) in collaboration with the Department of Counseling and Graduates Follow-up, on Wednesday November 22. The number of student participants was (30) male and female students distributed equally on these majors.
The 14 interview committee members from OQ Company were received by the Dean of the University at 8:30 am. After that, the team was divided into three groups, each according to its specialization, each of which includes a specialized employee from the human resources department of the Company, in addition to engineers specialized in the professional field.
At one o'clock, the interviews were completed, and a special meeting was held with the team to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the students, which need to be strengthened and developed in refining their skills to suit the labor market. Among these observations were “updating some materials in the field of Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering, conducting and intensifying training
workshops for all engineering disciplines, and focusing on training students on the ground through companies to develop and refine their skills”.
At the end of the event, the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and the Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs thanked OQ Company and presented certificates of appreciation for their efforts.