Student Zahraa Kadhim Abd Al-Ali won second place out of 19,573 in the Higher Education Award for Reading test.
In continuation of the Higher Education Reading Award program, in which 19,573 students from public and private universities took the competitive test, the student (Zahraa Kazem Abd Ali) at Hilla University College, Department of Dentistry, Second Stage, obtained second place with a score of 93% and a record time of 20 minutes.
In this regard, the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Naeem Al-Aboudi, congratulated the contestants who participated in the exam, and the text of the congratulations stated:
(We followed with interest the testing of the Higher Education Award for Reading, and we proudly announce the success of the competition, which witnessed the competition of (19,573) students from public and private universities, and we congratulate them for this serious interaction and their insistence on being part of the desired cultural awareness.
Professor Dr. Aqeel Al-Saadi, Dean of Hilla University College, emphasized honoring the female student in our college and supporting, caring for and encouraging distinguished students, explaining that the university is keen for students to participate in such competitions and student activities that work to develop students’ cultural awareness and discover those with scientific and cultural talent.
With all love, pride and optimism, the Ministry of Education will invite the top 100 contestants who achieved the highest grades to attend the ceremony honoring the contestants and to preview the lottery to select the twenty winners, which will take place on the first of next October.)
The achievements of Hilla University College continue in scientific forums