The Minister of Business Sector discusses with the President of the German University cooperation in scientific research and training

Engineer Mahmoud Esmat, Minister of Public Business Sector, met with Dr. Yasser Hegazy, President of the German University in Cairo, within the framework of the Ministry of Public Business Sector’s keenness to develop the skills of workers in affiliated companies, raise their efficiency, and cooperate with scientific and research institutions, in a way that contributes to the advancement of the national industry.

The meeting discussed, according to the ministry’s statement today, opportunities and possible areas of cooperation between the ministry and the university in the elements of administrative and technical training for workers in private industrial companies, in the presence of Mohamed Hassouna, Advisor to the Minister of Public Business Sector for Investment and Structuring, Dr. The Public Business Sector Information Center.

The minister stressed the importance of investing in human resources, developing their skills, and improving their exploitation and employment in an optimal manner to achieve the interests of companies and their employees, pointing to the ministry’s keenness to localize technology, enhance its investments in the field of green economy, and partnership with the private sector in various forms.

For his part, the President of the German University gave a presentation on the university’s training programs and its previous cooperation with international companies, and the most prominent programs that were implemented in cooperation with private government agencies in the field of technological development, expressing the university’s welcome to cooperate with the ministry and provide its capabilities to support its subsidiaries in various sectors. industrial.

It was agreed during the meeting to hold joint sessions between the ministry and the university to determine the frameworks of cooperation between the two sides during the coming period.

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