The 13th round of the student council elections resulted in the victory of 15 students out of 21, from the four colleges of the University (Administrative Sciences, Law, Arts and Science and Engineering).
The primary purpose of this election is to implant the spirit of democracy among students. The announcing event included the winners students; Mohamed Janahi, Fahad Al Fahaid, Ahmed Al Khazali, Hind Khalil, Ahmed Al Buawas, Ahmed Thabit, Mozah Al Khalidi and Mohamed Al Jowder who represented the College of Administrative Sciences, then From the College of Law; Sayed Aqeel Al Alalawi, Suhaib Al Romi, Mohamed Janahi, Mohamed Al Shaer and From College of Art and Science; Mahmood Sultan, Mohamed Ramadhan and finally; Adam Fouad from the College of Engineering.
Professor Ghassan Aouad, the University President, congratulated the newly appointed members of the council for gaining the trust of their fellow students to be their representatives. Professor Aouad pointed out the importance of annual elections for the Student Council and how it reflects in the university openness and the Kingdom of Bahrain in line with the democratic approach of the Kingdom, which was laid down by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa and his wise leadership. He also thanked the previous members of the Council for their efforts to serve the University and their significant role in organizing the various events in cooperation with the Deanship of Student Affairs.
He pointed out that the strategy adopted by the University is formulated to encourage the democratic culture and the effective role of the council that will be played as the best ambassador for students. Noting that all conditions have been set to ensure success, equality and control of the electoral process.
And finally, he concluded the event by stressing on the genuine partnership between the University and the Student Council with regard to the students’ interest that will equip them to overcome the challenges they may experience during their educational journey and future.