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The library was established to cater for the needs of the departments. Many organizations and individuals participated in its establishment.  It is located in the first floor, in the Administration building. It is supervised by specialists. The library follows the same regulations of the main library. It opens daily from 8 am to 2 pm.

 

 

 

The library objectives are to

 

1. Encourage  research

 

2. Enlarge students' knowledge

 

3. Enlarge teachers' knowledge

 

4. Offer knowledge  to those who seek it

 

 

The director and the registrar follow up the provision of the references, book, and periodical with the heads of the departments.The director, the registrar and the teachers contact the research organizations and individuals to support the library

Examination Regulations

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Definitions
Unless the indicated otherwise the words below have the following meanings:
The university: The University of Khartoum.
The administration: The administration for University Requirements.
The Department: Any of the 5 department which carry out the Teaching.

The Regulations:
The student has to complete 375 hours of the university requirements subjects distributed as follow:
a) Islamic Culture 90 hours.
b) Arabic Language 90 hours.
c) English Language 90 hours.
d) Sudanese Studies 45 hours.
e) Computer Studies 60 hours.

*Every subject is separate and is accordingly evaluated.

* The student has to sit for a written examination in the end of each semester or academic year (first or second year).
* These subjects are considered core subjects and are treated like other core subjects.
* The students who are absent more than 25 % of the subject lectures without an acceptable excuse are prohibited from the examination and are considered failing the exam.
* Each subject is assessed on a 100 mark scale distributed in 7 below.
*Class work 30- 40 % of the total marks, and the written examination is 60-70 %.
The pass mark is 40% or according to the system in the specific faculty.*
*The student will not be transferred to the next level if he/she does not pass the university requirements subjects.
*The examiner has to assure the confidentiality of the examination, no body except those responsible for the exam can see the question paper.
*Each examiner has to prepare the final as well as substitutes and supplementary examinations.
* The examination paper has to be submitted hand-written or typed with head of the department's signature on it.
* If the examination was prepared by more than one examiner, every examiner is either collectively or individually responsible for the examination.
*The examinations are written in addition to assignments or class work given to students.
* The optional questions should be on the same level with similar marks, if the compulsory questions weigh differs, the mark should be specified.
* Each examination paper should be headed as: University of Khartoum -Name of the Administration-The Faculty- The Department- The subject of the examination-date and duration.
The lecturer is responsible for allocating the marks*
*The faculty board discusses the result and forwards it to the council of department heads to approve it on behalf of the Administration Council.
*The department and the academic office keep a copy of the result and the original copy is given to the faculty.
* The answer sheets are kept for 6 months under the responsibility of the head of the department to be consulted if needed, then is disposed by the head of the department and the director of the Administration.
* Any student has the right to submit a re-correction application to the Academic Affairs in not more than one month after the announcement of the result.
* The department forms a committee of three to re-correct the paper and the result is sent to the Academic Affairs.
* Non-Muslims are not obliged to sit for the Islamic Culture, but must sit for any other subject (totaling 90 hours) specified by the Administration
*The students who do not master Arabic Language (reading/writing) are special cases. The Administration must be informed from the beginning of the academic year.

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“Standards of Instructional Design for Distance and Open Learning Curricula”

Three of the staff members of AUR participated in a five days’ workshop entitled “Standards of Instructional Design for Distance and Open Learning Curricula” in the Faulty of Business Administration in collaboration with Faculty of Technological and Developmental Studies from the 5-10 of June 2010.

The Adminstration of AUR

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Director of AUR

Dr. Salah AbdallahTaufiur

B.A./University of Khartoum (1993)

M.A/ University of Khartoum (1996)

PhD / University of Khartoum (2006)

Assistant Professor

 

Registrar

Dr. Ekram Dafallah Al Fadil

B.A./University of Khartoum (1993)

M.A/ University of Khartoum (2001)

PhD / University of Khartoum (2008)

 

Head of the Department of Islamic Culture

Dr. Al Sheikh Mohammed Abdel Karim

B.A./University of King Abdulaziz (1992)

M.A/ University of Khartoum (2003)

PhD / University of Khartoum (2009)

Assistant Professor

 

Head of the Department of Sudanese Studies

Dr. Ibrahim Saaed Naser

B.A./University of Khartoum (1992)

M.A/ University of Khartoum (1997)

PhD / University of Khartoum (2005)

Assistant Professor

 

Head of the Department of Arabic Language

Dr. Salah Ibrahim Mohammed Ahemd

B.A./University of Khartoum (1994)

M.A/ University of Khartoum (1996)

PhD / University of Khartoum (2003)

Assistant Professor

 

Head of the Department of English Language

Dr. Hala Salih Mohammed Nur

B.A./University of Khartoum (1988)

M.A/ University of Khartoum (1996)

PhD / University of Khartoum (2006)

Assistant Professor

 

Department of Computer Studies

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Ustaz: Abubaker Saraj Edin Khamis

B.A./University of Khartoum (2000)

M.A/ University of Khartoum (2004)

Lecturer

Objectives

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Objectives of teaching the requirements subjects

One of the national objectives of the University of Khartoum is to prepare a good citizen through graduating a student who is equipped with science and knowledge and religion to contribute to the development of his country, in addition to the following objectives

 

A)  Deepening the religious spirit and national sense in the student

B)  Enhancing students' abilities in the university requirements subjects

C)  Enriching the university and society with spiritual, national, social and cultural values through extra curricular activities

D) Strengthen students' abilities in Arabic and English languages

 

These objectives are achieved through the objectives of each subject taught as a requirement