Emirati human resourcesand#039 development tops the stateand#039s priorities, says Ruler of Ajman

AJMAN, 1st November, 2015 (WAM) — H.H. Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Ajman, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Ajman University for Sciences and Technology, has said the university, since its inception 27 years ago, has scored many achievements, notably, Emirati human resources’ development through curricula that foster creativity and innovation.
He added that enabling the youth, both males and females, to gain scientific experiences and thus attain the highest grades in various disciplines, has been the focal point of the wise leadership’s strategy to achieve sustainable development and build a community that is modern and cohesive in all aspects.
The Ruler of Ajman made the remarks while chairing the university’s Board of Trustees’ meeting, held at Jurf building 2 at the Ajman University. It was attended by Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Ajman Municipality and Planning Department, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and members.
He said, “The graduation of the new batch of students under theme “Year of Innovation Batch” demonstrates the role of the university in imbuing our children with the spirit of intellectual creativity and scientific innovation in implementation of the slogan launched by our wise leadership to make 2015 the year of innovation so as to achieve the comprehensive development and welfare through innovative and talented national cadres.”
Sheikh Humaid commended the efforts of the Board of Trustees for setting and upgrading the academic programmes that drew appreciation from other universities, and Emirati and resident students. He called for recruiting distinguished teaching staff to further upgrade the academic standard. He noted that the graduation of the recent batch was a result of the fruitful effort of all in the university, adding that the graduates who now hold the degrees have become ambassadors of the university in their various functions and capacities.
The university has graduated over 32,000 students over the last 27 years.