Abdul Rahman Bakri, a student at the Faculty of Information Technology at the Arab Open University, won first place in the competition organized by "Injaz Egypt" in the field of entrepreneurship, with a value of EGP 150,000.
The Foundation stated that the number of candidates for the award reached 320 participants, and the arbitrators liquidated them in multiple stages, until only eight participants went up to the last stage.
The last selection ended with Abdul Rahman Bakri winning the award, due to his project, which was distinguished, and won the admiration of the evaluation committee of the applicants for the award.
Dr. Abdel Hay Obeid, head of the Arab Open University branch in Egypt, said that the achievement of a student from the university for an advanced position in these competitions is like a certificate of appreciation for all of us at the university, and a product of the effort of the team working in it for a sophisticated and distinguished education that can link students to the labor market and help them develop Skills, discovering their talents, and providing them with various forms of support.
He added that the university’s interest in and support for these ideas is a translation of the ideas of the political leadership headed by President Sisi, which seeks to empower young people and unleash their creativity and capabilities, considering them a basic engine for the process of community development. Egypt is a “young” youth in which the youth make up more than 62% of its population, and with their strength it rises and progresses. To reach the position you deserve.
The "Injaz Egypt" Foundation is interested in providing participatory education opportunities in the fields of financial culture, work readiness and entrepreneurship, and it seeks support with all