Student Hebatallah Abdulaziz Mohammed Saif Al Maawali bested 23 others in her batch at the recently conducted competitive practical test dubbed as ‘Architectural Scale Model-Making’ in the course Architectural Workshop during the 3rd Semester of Academic year 2016-2017.
Monday, 3 July, 2017 turned out to be a productive day for the IT Department, as the staff was involved in a workshop to develop the IT - Operational Plan 2017-18. The workshop was jointly organized by the QA and Staff Development Coordinator..
On June 19, 2017, ETC conducted a workshop on ‘Development of ETC - Operational Plan for AY 2017- 2018’. The workshop was organized by the ETC QA Team under the supervision of Ms. Zainab Al Ma’awali, ETC-HoC. .
Another important event took place before the end of this academic year when in 29 May 2017, Sharakah and ACT signed an agreement with a purpose of inspiring and guiding ACT students in the field of entrepreneurship.
The IT department of ACT conducted a seminar on Genetic Algorithm, an emerging technological trend in the field of IT. It was titled ‘Overview of Genetic Algorithm’ and it was held on 24 May, 2017.
The short term course entitled, “Introduction to PCB Fabrication”, is helpful, for engineering students to study PCB Fabrication in detail.
IEEE Oman Section honored the winners and mentors with certificates of appreciation and gifts. Edutech LLC, Middle East was the leading sponsor for the prize money.
In recognition of their efforts, Dr. Issa Saif Mohammed Al Tubi, College Dean honored the students and their staff supervisors who carried out outstanding activities throughout academic year 2016 –‘17.
Business Studies students won the First Prize for their project poster presentation on 'A study of Foreign Direct Investment in Oman-Opportunities and Challenges’.
Participants were quite delighted to do the quiz and are hoping for more of such events in the future. Prizes and certificates were awarded to the winners on IT Orientation day held on 16 May, 2017.
ACT IT students exhibited their skills in Java Programming by winning the First Prize at the contest in the Forum.
The Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry Innovation Award (OCCI) is initiated by the Research Council and sponsored by Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Sarah Said Abdullah Al Khatri, Siham Nasser Rashid Al Hatmi and Ibtisaam Said Rashid Al Baqlali won the Third Prize in Android App Development while the duo, Marwa Ali Humaid Al Khusaibi and Haitham Nasser Khalifa Al Abri won the Third Prize in Web Designing.
Once again ACT Engineering team ‘ZILZAL’ has brought glory to ACT and Oman. The team won the second prize in the Robotics Challenge Competition at the IEEE GCC SYP Congress 2017 held in Bahrain
A local round in Oman for GCC Robotics Challenge was held at Sultan Qaboos University on March 20, 2017, and the teams ‘ZILZAL’ from ACT and ‘AWASR’ from Sultan Qaboos University were qualified to represent our country in the final round in Qatar on April 29, 2017
The second Omani University Robotics Competition had the theme of Vex 2017 Starstruck in which each robot scores points by throwing stars and cubes into opponent zones and the remote must be hung on the hanging bar.
ETC recently conducted Staff Development Program (SDP) on Team Management and ETC -QA Awareness Program:
ACT won the football championship for 2017 for the institutions of higher education, organized by Sultan Qaboos University.
The Quality Assurance office organized the 1st College workshop on ‘Curriculum Review in Collaboration with the Industry Partners’ on 18 April 2017.
Educational Technology Center for its staff to have an adequate know-how on the latest of technology
Our theater group from ACT won the second place at the Sohar University Theater Festival on March 23, 2017.
Out of twenty nine students who participated in the competition, two students secured the first prizes with the same score
The GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) Robotics Competition is aimed to encourage undergraduate students and young professionals across the GCC Countries to build an innovative robust robot and compete in a pre-designed arena with space and time constraints
Majan College organized the event ‘InvenT-2017’ On 20th March 2017. The InvenT-2017 was organized by the Faculty of Information Technology.
It was a lecture organised for students from the Business Ethics module of Business, IT and Engineering departments. The topic was ‘”What’s after my Graduation” in relation to Ethics’.
The ACT Engineering Society under the supervision of Students Affairs representatives of Housing and Activities organized an engineering week from 6th March, 2017 to 8th March 2017 for third years.
On 6th of March, 2017, Ibri College of Technology organized an Inter-college competition. A total of nine students from the ACT IT department participated in the different events
It consisted of four categories i.e. speech evaluation, humorous speech, table topics and the international speech contest.
A remarkable seminar on ‘Using E-learning - Inbuilt Tools for Mathematics’ was conducted by Mr. Kishore Kumar (IT, Math Section) on February 22, 2017.
Seminar on ‘Chaos Theory and Fractal Geometry’ - Department of IT, Mathematics section
A workshop introducing INSPIRA was held on 21st of February 2017. It was conducted by Ms. Sajayaree, Ms. Furat and Dr. Dhevarajan.
he ACT Student Advisory Council conducted an introductory workshop for the new student Advisory Council members for the second term AY 2016-2017 on Tuesday, February 7, 2017.
ACT Scouts organized a blood donation camp in collaboration with the Directorate General of Health Affairs, Department of Blood Services of the South Batinah Governorate (Blood Bank - Rustaq Hospital), 6 - 8, February 2017>
The Engineering Society of ACT (TESACT) organized a seminar on ‘Planning for a Successful Life by setting Effective Goals’ on January 31st, 2017. It was presented by Ms. Mai Mubarak Thani Al-Saadi.
Mr. Jun Vincent Suela, Architectural Instructor in Civil and Architectural Engineering, started the workshop by memorizing 20 items given by the audience in random order.
Four training programmes were organized for students in Semester 1 of the AY 2016-2017, with the intention of providing and refining their mechanical engineering skills required in the industry.
ACT welcomed 607 students in the second batch of students for the Academic Year 2016 -2017. The English Language Center (ELC), in cooperation with Student Affairs, has organized an Orientation Week for new students from January 1 to 5, 2017.
The IEEE Student Branch at the Department of Engineering proudly celebrated the 46th National Day of Oman on 22nd November 2016 with all IEEE Student Members.
The occasion was graced by His Excellency, Engg. Abdullah Mohammed Al Balushi, member of surah Mussanah wilayat and with him were other members of Surah. After the inaugural function Dr. Ahmed Ali Ahmed Alshahri, the Asst. Dean for Academic Affairs, Ms. Monia Mohammed Al Farsi, the Asst. Dean for Student Affairs , Mr. Hamed Juma Hamad AlNaimi , the Asst. Dean for Admin and Finance Affairs, escorted them around the campus to observe the festivities.
In our endeavor to build entrepreneurs of the future and to celebrate the Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) 2016, the Department of Business Studies, Al Musanna College of Technology, had recently organized Entrepreneurship events – Innovation Camp and Student Business Exhibition.
During the special ceremony, a total of five hundred and thirty six (536) graduates were awarded with Bachelors (309), Advanced Diploma (24) and Diploma (203) Business Studies (211), Engineering (232) and Information Technology (93) degrees.
The first two activities for this academic year were organized on Oct 11, 2016. They were a seminar on ‘Mini Solar Trough Plant’ by students of Mechanical Engineering. a workshop on ‘Project Report Writing’ by Ms. Analene Montesines Nagayo, Lecturer. > Read more
The awarding ceremony was held during the TRC Annual Research Forum at Grand Millennium Hotel, Muscat on October 5, 2016.
This seminar was intended to highlight the various new technologies that are available today in the field of Mathematics teaching. These technologies were shown to create a platform for an enjoyable teaching and learning process with the help of Moodle.
During this meeting, the Dean emphasized primarily on the Institutional Standards Assessment (ISA) where our college is heading for its 2nd stage accreditation.
The Department of Engineering organized presentations and workshops as part of the staff orientation program before the commencement of I Semester for the Academic year 2016 – 2017.