Dr. Hathal Homoud Alotaibi, President, International Islamic University (IIU) chaired a meeting of the admission committee here at the new campus in which matters pertaining to devise new admission policy, duration of the upcoming admission campaign Fall-2024, finalization of offered programs and test schedule were discussed.

The meeting was also attended by Vice President (A&F/ Academics), Prof. Dr. Abdul Raheman, Vice President (R&E), Prof Dr. Ahmed Shuja Syed, Director Generals, Deans, Students Advisors Male and Female Campuses, Director (A&E), In-Charge Finance, Director (IT) and other relevant officials.

Members of the meeting deliberated upon various important long and short term suggestions on further improving revenue generation strategies. The members also gave valuable feedback regarding making an effective policy of admissions in separate parts to attract more students and a complete process was discussed to make it simple for target audience.

The committee also shared how faculties can attract more youth by introducing and reshaping the disciplines to get admissions in various faculties.

On the occasion, President IIUI lauded the efforts while saying that since it was the final stage before the dissemination of the admission campaign, few remaining steps must be taken with celerity and all relevant departments should finalize and review their disciplines’ programs. He urged the faculty and administration to make this admission campaign without flaws to attract students, full of felicitation and a comprehensive one. He added that students are the top priority and there should not be any ambiguity in the admission process, it must be simple and the candidates must be guided as much as they can be.

IIUI President also called for hard work and dedication saying that merit is the top priority across the university, while talented human resource would be encouraged to further excel.

On the occasion, Prof. Dr. Abdul Raheman briefed about the strategy of the admission campaign.

Honourable President IIU hoped that all the concerned quarters would work unitedly.