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Last Updated on 25 January 2024

Following Dr Bouhada Mounir’s first place, with merit and distinction, in the national competition for the best scientific publication among nearly 600 research projects.
Mr Djahid Mous, Wali of the MEDEA, accompanied by the President of the Wilaya People’s Assembly, oversaw the holding of an honorary ceremony in honour of research doctor Bouhada Mounir.
The ceremony took place in the presence of the university community and the following dignitaries:
Secretary General of the Wilaya of Médéa
General Inspector
Director of Local Administration
Director of Regulations and General Affairs
Head of Cabinet
Director of National Telecommunications
Security Representative
University Rector
Deans and staff of the university
Mr Djahid Mous, Wali of Médéa, congratulated the university community on its achievements, particularly after winning first place in the national competition for the best scientific publication in Algeria in class A+ in the field of food safety, awarded to Dr Bouhada Mounir,
The Wali of Médéa called on all the university’s teacher-researchers to do more to win the quality stakes and achieve excellence in the training of elites and skills, and to build up strategic human capital in a society that is moving resolutely towards a new economy based essentially on knowledge.
He also underlined the State’s unconditional support for the university, so that it continues to occupy a place of choice in the fields of knowledge and technical progress, and so that it makes remarkable progress in the world ranking of universities.
The President of the Wilaya People’s Assembly, Mustapha Taani, welcomed the Wali’s patronage and support, stressing that the University of Médéa has always been and will continue to be a source of national competences.
In his speech, the Rector of the University of Médéa, Professor Djaafar Bouarouri, revealed that a number of research projects developed by teacher-researchers at the University of Médéa are currently being carried out as part of an intelligent management approach, with a view to projecting them into the various economic sectors. This was appreciated by the Wali, who indicated that meetings will be organised to study these projects, then adopt and implement them on the ground, especially as the university is the locomotive of the economy.