South Valley University Website Wins Third Place

Prof. Dr Youssef Gharbawy, President of South Valley University, announced that the university’s website won third place in the competition for the best website at the level of Egyptian universities, centres and research institutes, and that result of the quality of content, continuous updating and services provided by the site in various sectors, and the university seeks to establish Many applications through the site in pursuit of digital transformation. His Excellency thanked all members of the site’s work team, as well as the Media Department of Public Relations.

Prof. Dr Khaled Abdul Ghaffar, the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, announced on Monday 20-09-2021 the names of the winning universities in the various competitions launched by the ministry among Egyptian universities.

The Vice President of the University for Environmental Affairs and Community Service confirmed that the University’s website and electronic service units in the University’s faculties and institutes sought to maintain the standards that should be available on any website, the university’s website provides many services for all university members and the outside community as well.

Dr Mohamed Omran, the Executive Director of Information Centre, indicated that winning third place at the level of Egyptian universities clearly confirms the harmony and concerted efforts of the work teams in the university’s electronic system, and is also a continuation of its winning of the second place in the digital transformation competition that happened from two years ago.

Dr Sameh Mohamed Mustafa, the Director of the Site, pointed out this win, which reflected how much the responsible teamwork interest in maintaining the standards of site design and programming, and the continuous follow-up to maintain the efficiency of the site,

The evaluation of the competition had been based on two main criteria:
1- The technical part, which represents 40% of the evaluation including (portal design, user interface, accessibility, security, used tools, etc.)

2- The service part, which represents 60% of the evaluation including (Services, information, content issues, back-end applications, online services provided to students, staff members, community, etc.)