College of Applied Medical Science

Second Semester Final Exam at College of Applied Medical Science

The Final Theory Examination at College of Applied Medical Science will be conducted during May 01, 2018 to May 15, 2018. We hope for the smooth conduction of examination and wishing all students from various departments of the college a very best of luck for their examination.
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KKU - IT - Establishes an Online Gaming Club

With the approval of His Excellency Prof. Dr. Faleh Bin Ranala Al Salami and in cooperation with the Deanship of Student Affairs. In accordance with the vision of the General Directorate of Information Technology, the importance of community participation to serve the university staff and the students in the technical field specifically and in accordance with the university's strategic plan and to contribute to the digital transformation in its different fields , And is in line with the National Transition Plan 2020 and the vision of the Kingdom 2030, which focuses on the rehabilitation of the human element and investment in it to achieve the vision. The transformation of the knowledge economy is based primarily on the existence of a knowledge society capable of innovation, sharing and effective communication. As the electronic games market is one of the largest and most influential knowledge markets in the world with the means of social communication, design, development, programming, dissemination of culture and knowledge, awareness raising and close association with the field of information technology, the administration has decided to establish a student club in cooperation with the Deanship of Student Affairs These goals are commensurate with his vision, mission and goals. Games and applications Is a central student club that cares about the activities related to electronic games and its uses, and seeks to create a knowledge-aware society in the fields of electronic games, through the technical field to contribute to the achievement of the strategic plan of the university and the vision of Saudi Arabia 2030. It also contributes to the development of intellectual and mental abilities and cognitive and practical processes such as critical and creative thinking, teamwork, leadership, effective communication skills, planning, problem solving skills, technical skills, etc. for club members and employees. The club is affiliated with the General Directorate of Information Technology.   Vision To create and empower a student community interested in the field of electronic games and their applications at the university.   Mission To contribute to the development of a knowledge society in electronic games and their uses, development and programming, and to develop the thinking and innovation skills of the club members.   Main Objective Establishing a specialized club in electronic games in various fields to contribute to training, qualification and development of the skills of its employees. Sub Objectives Spreading the culture of electronic games between university students and their role in the field of learning and thinking. Contribute to the achievement of the mission of the university and support the vision of the Kingdom 2030 in the field of technology and the field of electronic games and intelligence. Artificial to support the economy of technology and knowledge. To form a qualified technical team to participate in local and international electronic games competitions. Engaging in partnerships and benefiting from different experiences such as the Saudi Federation of Electronic and Intellectual Sports and participation in       Activities. To create the technical environment necessary for the implementation of activities related to electronic games and their applications, and to support interested and interested In this area. Contribute to the discovery, support and guidance of talent in the field of electronic games and the dissemination of the spirit of cooperation, and development of capabilities Innovation and thinking, and the social and ethical side of electronic games. Developing cultural and educational applications in the university.   Terms of Membership  To be a member of the university students and students and be interested in the field of electronic games and applications.  To actively participate in the various activities and activities of the club. To register and join (click here)
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Teacher Student Ratio at College of Applied Medical Science

Teacher Students Ratio is considered as one of the important academic quality parameters to deliver quality education. College of Applied Medical Science (CAMS) teacher students ratio varies significantly from department to department. As compared to the Average teacher students ratio (12.2) at Health Science College of King Khalid University, The CAMS average teacher students ratio is 17 which seems to be very higher. Male and Female average students ration is also very high as compared to the Health Science College at King Khalid University.
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Unit of Measurement & Evaluation conducted a Workshop on Analysis of Result

The Unit of Measurement and Evaluation at College of Applied Medical Science organized a workshop on "ANALYSIS OF TEST RESULT: JUSTIFICATION AND APPLICATION" in cooperation with center of Measurement and Evaluation at King Khalid University on Monday, April 09, 2018. The Workshop started witht he welcome note address by the Vice Dean for Development & Quality Dr. Abdulrahim Hakkami followed by The Objective, Mission, Vision and Strategy by Dr. Rajagopalan Parsanna. Dr. Mohammad Mahtab Alam has presented how to make analysis of results, what are the requirements, How to use SPSS for analysis of results, How to submit reports at the end of exam etc. The program ended with Question & Answer session. Female faculty has participated in the workshop through video conferencing.
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World Autism Day on 2nd April at Department of Physical Therapy

The Female Students of Medical Rehabilitation Department from level 7 and 8 visited the Child Development Center for Rehabilitation of Persons with Special Needs in Khamis Mushait, represented by the Head of the Department of Girls Section A. Batool, and coordinator for student activity. Ghada Qora with official invitation of the center, where a number of specialists of the Center specialized in autism disorder of the child lectures on how to identify the disease, early detection of the situation, how to deal with, address In the specialized clinics and care at home, and there we met some mothers of infected children registered in the center, and the scientific material provided was very useful to attend. At the end of the program, the administration of the center presented certificates of appreciation to the faculty members present and accompanied them and the students for a tour in the units of occupational therapy, physiotherapy and children's classes. The importance of continuous communication between King Khalid University represented by the Department of Physical Therapy and Child Development Center for the rehabilitation of people special needs.
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College of Applied Medical Science Participated in Community Health Service at Belasmar

College of Applied Medical Science and its constituent department i.e. Medical Rehabilitation Sciences, Clinical Laboratory Sciences and Radiology Sciences is actively participating in the community health service program organized by the King Khalid University at Belasmar for the period of 01 - 05 April, 2018. The devoted team members from each department providing their consultation to the local community in the field of Medical Rehabilitation, Clinical Examination and Radiological Examination etc etc.
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Students at College of Applied Medical Science Celebrating the Graduation Ceremony at King Khalid University

Students from the various department (Radiology Sciences, Medical Rehabilitation Sciences, Clinical Laboratory Sciences) at College of Applied Medical Science Celebrating the 20th Graduation Ceremony at King Khalid University - Abha which is scheduled on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at the Prince Sultan Sports City in Mahala. His Royal Highness Prince Faisal bin Khalid bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Governor of the Asir Region, will patronize the 20th graduation ceremony for King Khalid University students.  On the occasion, Rector Al-Solamy congratulated the graduating upperclassmen asking God to help them better serve their religion and their homeland wholeheartedly. Rector Al-Solamy further expressed the University's pride in this bright constellation, which will never let us down, stressing that for many students this is a truly momentous occasion that will forever be remembered. In the same context, he reminded the graduating students, “It’s your turn to shoulder the responsibility towards your country.” In his speech, the University's Vice President for Educational and Academic Affairs, who is also the Chairman of the Organizing Committee for the event, Dr. Saad bin Mohammed bin Dajjam, related that the University always places priorities on entrenching the values of science and knowledge in students. In details, Dr. Abdul Mohsen Al-Qarni, the Dean of Admission and Registration, confirmed that the number of the graduating students this year reached 14,047 from 29 different colleges with more than 50 majors. Dr. Al-Qarni added that 290 graduates obtained postgraduate degrees and 13,757 obtained bachelor and diploma degrees.
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University Participates in International Conference On the Role of Saudi Universities in Protecting Youth

Dr. Ameen Ghamaz, Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Science and Arts at King Khalid University, participated in a study on the contribution of the Islamic Culture Courses at King Khalid University to the development of societal modest thinking at the international conference, "The Duty of Saudi Universities and Their Impact on Protecting Youth from Groups, Parties and Deviations." The conference was organized by Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University and took place at the Conference Building in the University City under the auspices of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, may God protect him, in the presence of a number of Rectors and officials, and the participation of more than one hundred scholars from different Arab and Islamic countries. The conference was held earlier last week.  
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New e-Services Will Help Expedite the Scientific Council Secretariat’s Transactions

Earlier this week, His Excellency, the Rector of King Khalid University, Prof. Dr. Faleh Bin Raja Allah Al-Solamy, inaugurated a comprehensive range of e-services. In cooperation with the Scientific Council Secretariat, the General Directorate of Information Technology has implemented and staged the launch of e-government services. Because of this, faculty members will substantially benefit from three different services including - but not limited to- the academic file, the promotion system, and merit-based scientific excellence awards. At the beginning of the inauguration ceremony, the Deputy CIO, Mr. Wael Asiri, presented a detailed explanation of the new e-services. In his presentation, he talked about the essential features of the services that will be offered to faculty members. He showed how the academic file service enables a faculty member to organize and store all of their academic information in one convenient location. He also explained how the promotion system service allows the faculty member to submit an e-request, in addition to the ability to measure and assess numerical promotion rates. Moreover, Mr. Asiri showed the attendees how to apply for the scientific excellence awards in its various categories. In his speech, the University Vice-President for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Dr. Saad Al-Omari, explained that the e-services developed for the Scientific Council were under the Rector’s guidance. Dr. Al-Omari further added that the Rector stressed the necessity for automating all faculty member e-transactions to reduce the estimated time required when performing related operations. Previously,  a delay would occur in most of the faculty members’ promotion requests. As a result, the new e-service system serves to reduce administrative efforts, increase transparency in procedures, and enable the applicant to manage and track requests. To conclude, Dr. Al-Omari emphasized that the new system will significantly reduce the time it takes to submit promotion and/or excellence requests by creating an integrated academic file for each faculty member that includes a separate area detailing scientific output. At the end of the ceremony, the University Rector directed officials of the Scientific Council Secretariat to immediately begin deployment of the new services at the beginning of the spring semester. Finally, he thanked all those who were involved in this promising project that is a key component in the University's vision and ambition to be a leading university in the regional and global arenas. As a final point, it is worth mentioning that the regulations of the new services passed through a full procedural cycle beginning with the request submission, then passing through the council of the department, the college and the scientific council, and ending with arbitration.
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