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General Rules of Post Graduate Studies

Granting degrees

 The text of Article (41), secondly: Paragraph (22) of Law No. 49 of 1972 from the executive issues of the college or institute council to consider the following issues:

Proposal to grant degrees, scientific certificates, and diplomas from the college or institute.

Article 23 Second, Clause 21 of Law 49 of 1972 AD states:

The University Council is concerned with considering the following issues:

Granting degrees, academic certificates, diplomas, and awarding honorary degrees

Grant conditions

Guidelines for entering the library:

 The commitment of the gentlemen who visit the library to wear masks and adhere to social distancing.

Not to enter the central library without showing the university student ID card.

Personal bags must be placed in the place designated for them, without leaving any personal belongings inside (gold – phone – money – laptop). The library is not responsible for the loss of any belongings.

It is forbidden to enter the library with any textbooks except in the study room.

Remaining calm inside the library and preventing gatherings by students and group talk, as well as preventing the use of mobile phones inside the library in order to provide the appropriate atmosphere for study and reading.

No smoking and no food or drink inside the library.

It is forbidden to use ink pens and markers inside the books in the library.

Maintaining the cleanliness of the place because it is the title of your personality and throwing trash in the trash bin and not throwing it on the ground or leaving it on the tables.

Preserving the furniture and equipment in the library and not writing, engraving or engraving on the library furniture.

Preserving the library’s holdings such as books, reference materials, periodicals, etc.

Visitors must seek the help of the librarian to facilitate the search, access what they want, and follow the instructions and directives issued by them, as they are there to serve you.

Books should be left on tables and not returned to shelves.

Computers are used for study and research purposes only

Supervision of theses

 Authorities to designate message moderators:

1- Department Council:

A proposal to appoint supervisors for messages (paragraph 11 of Article 55 of Law 49 of 1972 AD).

2- Graduate Studies and Research Committee of the College:

“Tacit authority” Paragraph 8, 7, 2, 1 of Article 29 of the executive regulations of the Universities Organization Law.

3 College Council:

(Paragraph 19) of Article 41 of Law 49 of 1972 AD).

It stipulates that the College Council has the authority to approve the registration of postgraduate students, the registration of master’s and doctoral theses, the appointment of committees to judge theses, and the cancellation of registration and registration.

Article (98) of the executive regulations of Law No. 49 of 1972 regarding the organization of universities stipulates:

The College Council, based on the proposal of the concerned department council, appoints a professor to supervise the preparation of the thesis. The council may entrust the supervision of the thesis to one of the assistant professors. There may be multiple supervisors from among the faculty members or others. In this case, the teachers may participate in the supervision.

In the event that the student conducts research outside the university, it is permissible, with the approval of the College Council, to participate in the supervision of a specialist in the area in which the research is being conducted.

Article 99 of the executive regulations stipulates that:

University presidents and their deputies may solely supervise master’s and doctoral theses if the registration is in the university in which they work. If the registration is in another university, they and the Secretary of the Supreme Council of Universities may participate in the supervision, and their supervision or participation in the supervision of the theses that were registered under their supervision before they took office may continue.

Article 100 of the executive regulations states that:

In the event that the thesis supervisor is seconded to a party outside the university, he submits to the College Council a report on the extent to which the student has reached in preparing the thesis, and in light of that, the council appoints someone to replace him or join him in supervision.

The Council of Postgraduate Studies and Research agreed, in its session held on 9/14/2015 AD, to stress the necessity of adhering to Article 100 of the executive regulations of the Universities Organization Law No. 49 of 1972, provided that the report of supervising the theses submitted by the seconded faculty member is submitted, each case separately, to the relevant department council The seconded member is not allowed to supervise the messages that were recorded during his secondment period.

The University Council decided in its session (49) held on 9/27/1999 to allow the addition of a fourth supervisor in the same specialization if he was a foreigner.


Supervising quorum

 Supervising quorum for faculty members

The University Council, in its session No. (112) on 9/28/2016 AD, approved the proposal of the Graduate Studies Council on 9/25/2016 AD to raise the quorum for supervising master’s and doctoral theses to fifteen, with the exclusion of foreign students from the quorum.