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About the University of Tripoli
The first university in Libya was established by a royal decree on December 15, 1955 under the name of “University of Libya”. It began with the Colleges of Arts and Education in Benghazi. In 1957, the Faculty of Science was established in Tripoli. This formed the inception of the University of Tripoli. Then, the Faculty of Agriculture was birthed in 1966. However, before that the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) created the Higher Technical Studies Faculty, which later was annexed to the University of Libya in 1967 under the name of Faculty of Engineering. In 1973, the University of Libya split into University of Benghazi and University of Tripoli. In 1976, its name was changed to Al-Fateh University. In 2009, the Medical colleges were separated to become “Al-Fateh University for Medical Sciences”. This lasted one year as in 2010 the medical colleges were coupled together back to University of Al-Fateh. In 2012 the university regained its original name as the University of Tripoli. Faculties were constantly established at the University of Tripoli to reach 20 colleges.
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The President of the University of Tripoli and the Secretary-General of the National Committee for Education, Culture and Science paid an inspection visit to the Faculty of Oral and Dental Surgery, accompanied by the Vice-President of Medical Faculties, the Dean of the Faculty of Oral and Dental Surgery, the Head of the University Police Station and the Director of the Media Office. The purpose of the visit is to eye the damage that the faculty has incurred as a result of the war on the capital of Tripoli. Solutions of restoration and reopening were set. The President of the University gave instructions to start the refurbishing process immediately. He took the opportunity to thank and appreciate the director of Tripoli Security Directorate, Dean/Dr. Osama Oweidan, for his standing and support for the University of Tripoli in general and for the Faculty of Oral and Dental Surgery in particular. The President has also extended his thanks to the competent official authorities for their efforts in this regard. The University draws colossal attention that students of dentistry resume their studies in the faculty as soon as possibleView Details
The President of the University of Tripoli - Chairman of the High Central Committee of Secondary School Examinations for the Greater Tripoli Region - Prof. Nabil Enattah, met with the Follow-up Department team at the Cabinet Office. The team was headed by Dr. Ihab Moftah Al-Fitouri, with presence of its members Dr. Ashraf Sumaida, Mr. Fateh Al Mariamy, and Mr. Muhammad Al-Ghunaimi. This visit comes to follow up on the progress of high school examinations and the mechanisms approved by the National Examination Center to determine the procedures and protocols used to combat the Coronavirus pandemic. They toured around the university units where examinations are taking place in the Faculties of Science - Chemistry - Medical technology. The collective and organized efforts were present and apparently lead to the success of such national qualification in light of the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.View Details
The head of the Scientific Advisory Committee at the Ministry of Education, Prof. Dr. Abdel-Moneim Aboulouaha, and the head and members of the Central Committee at the University of Tripoli toured the examination halls where high school students are sitting for exams. This is to follow up on the progress of the examinations and to see the precautionary and preventive measures taken to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Aboulouaha expressed his appreciation and gratitude for all the efforts made for the success of the examinations, wishing students success and progress.View Details
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Eman Ali .M Dyab (12-2018), Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Smoking among Pharmacy Students: Findings from a Public University, 12(12):, pp. 6-9.
Eman Ali M. Dyab (11-2018), Exploration of Nurses’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Perceived Barriers towards Medication Error Reporting in a Tertiary Health Care Facility: A Qualitative Approach, IEEE Journal of Information Technology6(0):, pp. 1-0.
RAGIAB ALI MOKHTAR ISSA (1-2020), Residual Bromate Assessment in Bread Samples from Tajoura city bakeries, Libya, .
Hermas S.A., Abdulkarim E. Ahtash, Majid A. F. (10-2010), Growth measures of Libyan goat breeds and their crosses, Egyptian Journal of Sheep and Goat Sciences5(1):, pp. 93-100.
عبدالكريم امحمد احمد احتاش (12-2004), كثافة ألياف الصوف ونسبة الفقد في صوف الضأن البربري الليبي, مجلة العلوم الأساسية والتطبيقية, 13(0):, pp. 114-119.
عبدالكريم امحمد احمد احتاش, عياد فرج مجيد, سالم خليفة سالم, عبدالمنعم عبدالرزاق الأمير (1-2006), تأثير قطع الذيل على معدلات النمو وخصائص الذبيحة في الضأن البربري الليبي, Egyptian Journal of Sheep and Desert Animals Sciences, 1(1):, pp. 107-115.