Institute Strategic Plan
The institute's strategic plan is prepared to include all the basic elements of the quadruple environmental degradation, on the basis of which the vision and mission of the institute, as well as the goals and strategic objectives, were formulated.
The environmental analysis is based on studying the points of strength, strength, opportunities, and external threats in seven areas: (1) the organizational structure of the institute (structure), (2) people (staff), (3) resources (sources), (4) type of management. Style of management), (5) Systems and procedures, (6) Skills (Skills), (7) Shared values. The analysis adheres to objectivity and distance from bias in describing and diagnosing areas of strength and weakness as well as opportunities and threats. Both the internal and external environment were covered in the environmental analysis before designing the institute's strategy to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The quantitative and qualitative analysis was used in conducting the environmental analysis in the light of which the strategy was designed. Documentary examination, questionnaires and workshops were used to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The Institute used the outcome of the analysis process to determine the weight of each strategic factor.
Maintaining the systems and regulations.
The efficiency of laboratories and halls is high.
High potential in the institute.
Materialism and the human element.
Infrastructure is good.
Moderation of employees.
Commitment to the sketches and lectures from everyone.
Distinctive and cooperative administration of the institute.
Distinguished site-level capabilities.
Interest in participating in the problems of society and its development.
Interest in student activities.
Paying attention to technology and providing it in all laboratories.
Distinguished educational system.
Maintain order and cleanliness.
The core of the place and offices.
Cooperation between teaching assistants and teachers.
The reputation of the place is good.
respecting others .
Providing adequate conditions for the completion of scientific research.
Strong scientific method.
Appreciation of distinguished cadres.
Strong interest in the individual role in the system.
The availability of distinguished programs for preparing students (such as Office, CAD, and others)
Evidence-based decision planning.
Availability of services for students.
Management system is firm.
Abide by the rules and enforce them.
Work according to a fixed plan and order.
Technological use of education in some courses.
Seeking to implement the bylaw and the goals for which the institute was established.
Interest in the methods of communicating information to the student.
Landscaping in the institute.
Faculty members obtain their PhDs from a wide range of different academic institutions.
Using a wide range of teaching and teaching methods in the institute to enhance teaching and learning.
Management experiences in education, whether governmental or international education.
Classrooms and laboratories are well equipped.
Thrill, cooperation, enthusiasm, and encouragement.
Doing the deed with love and compromise.
The absence of intellectual seminars for students, both in his major.
Educating students that there is no difference between the institute and the college.
Increase awareness of the concept of Credit hours.
The absence of scientific missions for foreign countries to view the latest data for scientific materials.
No theaters available.
Lack of effective cooperation with foreign and international institutions to create a better reputation for the place. Lack of recreational scientific trips.