Dar Al-Hekma University sent 36 understudies on a visit to the Shoura Council in Riyadh, with the objective of helping law and universal relations understudies comprehend the historical backdrop of the gathering and the system inside which it works in the Kingdom.
The gathering that went to the Shoura Council was headed by Sana Askool, senior member of understudies issues, alongside Hanan Al-Ghamdi, facilitator of the understudy advancement unit, and Dareen Mosaoa, a working part.
“The University of Dar Al-Hekma might want to thank the Shoura Council for its backing and collaboration with our understudies by permitting them to experience this helpful and interesting knowledge,” said Suhair Hassan Al-Qurashi, president of Dar Al-Hekma University. “We generally push our understudies to experience the useful side of their studies, and we as an establishment strive to give them opportunities that will help them exceed expectations later on”, he included.
Rasha Abdulrahman Al-Shubaily from the General Administration of the Department of Women at the Shoura Council, respected the understudies and screened a narrative on the historical backdrop of the board. After the narrative, the understudies were advised about the board’s endeavors, bulletin capacities and the part it plays in expanding the dynamic interest of ladies in the chamber.
Emulating the narrative, a Q&a session was held with Al-Shubaily. The understudies were tackled a voyage through the board’s central station and were welcome to go to a Shoura session headed by Abdullah Al-Asheikh, director of the Shoura Council.
“By and by, this trek was a standout amongst the most paramount occasions throughout my life in light of the fact that it broke the generalization of the Shoura Council in my brain that has been made by my group,” said Dimah Alsharif, an undergrad law understudy of Dar Al-Hekma. “When I saw the endeavors behind every session and each choice, I understood that it is more than simply a subjective gathering or session, and this reflects our group’s craving to be a finer group that settles on better decisions”, the understudy included.
“It was an extremely inviting and liberal gathering with qualified and proficient workers. By and large, it was an astounding and one of a kind experience to be inside the authoritative power of our nation and to watch how it works,” said Robaa Abdullatif, a global relations understudy.