Bahrain varsity refunds fees for eGA use
Manama, April 10, 2013
The eGovernment Authority (eGA) recently honoured 25 University of Bahrain students who won the full refund of their course fees which were paid for the second semester 2012/2013 by using the national portal bahrain.bh.
The event took place on the sidelines of Bahrain International eGovernment Forum 2013, its sixth edition, which was held under the patronage of Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al-Khalifa, deputy Prime Minister and chairman of the Supreme Committee for Information and Communication Technology; at the Ritz-Carlton Bahrain Hotel & Spa.
University of Bahrain admission and registration dean Dr Osama Abdulla Al Jowder and eGA marketing and awareness directorate, assistant director, Mohammed Ziad Asfour received the winners at Bahrain IT Expo 2013 – one of the forum’s parallel events.
Students who were fully refunded their course fees for using the University of Bahrain Course Payment service included Kaltham Yaqoob Yousif Rahma, Hamda Fouad Mohammed Al-Shorooqi, Abdullah Sameer Taha Abdulwahab, Israa Abdul Jalil Radhi Al-Ashiri, Sarah Saleh Nasser Al-Meel, Al Shaima Yousef Saeed Al-Saleem, Hussain Ali Ahmed Al-Mansour, Seddiqa Ali Ahmed Al-Sheikh, Mariam Abdullah Issa Al-Garoos, Mohamed Ashour Mohammad Ali, Hussam Rashid Yousuf Al-Ansari, Sayed Hussain Sharaf Adnan Al-Mousawi, Lulwah Ahmed Ali Al-Asheera, Fatima Issa Ali Hassan, Aladdin Saleh Al-Howaizam, Ala Al-Sayed Ali Nasser Ali, Ameena Mal Allah Mohammed Ali, Ali Hameed Juma, Zaki Alam Zaki Al-Hanbali, Sadiq Salaah Hassan Rahma, Wadee’ah Ali Abdullah Ahmed, Mohammad Abdul Redha Hassan Ahmed, Roqaya Saeed Salman Mushaima, Dana Abdul Karim Isa Al-Tareef, Haneen Abdul Malek Abdul Moti Morad.
Dr Al Jowder praised the authority’s efforts in encouraging students to use new technologies and their contribution in easing the pressure on university facilities during the registration period.
“The registration process goes more smoothly for students who complete their registration and payment process electronically, especially since students are provided with instructions on the website that guides them to complete the payment process. Through this service, they are also able to print their time schedule after paying the fees,” he said.
“The authority has sought to move the community towards electronic transformation and in particular youth, who represent the next generation, to begin embracing and applying these concepts in order to become part of their daily lives.”
“As a result, we launched a range of services according to the latest ICT initiatives, to cover all areas,” Asfour concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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