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Medical academicians from Al-Jazeera University in Sudan express appreciation for competence of Eritrean dentistry students

Medical academicians from Al-Jazeera University in Sudan have expressed appreciation for the competence demonstrated by students from Orotta Dentistry School, Asmara, and asserted that such virtue attests to the School’s excellence of standards and prevalence of higher student enthusiasm.

Asmara, 25 January 2014 – Medical academicians from Al-Jazeera University in Sudan have expressed appreciation for the competence demonstrated by students from Orotta Dentistry School, Asmara, and asserted that such virtue attests to the School’s excellence of standards and prevalence of higher student enthusiasm.

They made the remark in connection with a visit to the School as external examiners of 22 students. The students registered higher results in the standardized examination that involved both theoretical and practical aspects.

Dr. Mogahid Abdelrhman, Dean of Aljazeera School of Dentistry, explained that health education in Eritrea involves reliable standards, and thus the nurturing of competent young health experts. Quality of this type would give impetus to the investment that Eritrea is making in the health sector, he added.

Dr. Abdulhamid Hassan, Associate Dean of Aljazeera School of Dentistry, and Dr. Kamal Mohmed Ahmed, Dentistry expert, explained that the availability of such outstanding students is a prerequisite as regards promoting societal wellbeing.

Likewise, Dr. Nesredin Mohamed Ahmed and Dr. Hisham Mohamed lauded the students’ academic achievements and sense of discipline. They also expressed conviction that Orotta Medical School’s curriculum would draw exemplary image in the future.

Dr. Gamar Ahmad Suleiman and Dr. Amir Elgaili on their part stated that the competency of the students also proves the hard work and high profile of the lecturers.

“The team of Sudanese academicians has been investigating the activities of our University closely, and our students are often examined by them before leaving for their internship,” Explained Prof. Andemariam Gebremichael, Dean of Orotta Medical School.

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