• Automating and managing the academic course timetalbes
    In another activity by department of Physics, decider of the department Dr. Ranjdar M. Abdullah has held a seminar on how to manage and design academic course timetables in an automated and digitalized way using a timetable application. The seminar had been taken place at the Physics group meeting room on 18 Nov 2015.

  • Automating the process of recording student attendance

    The physics department has successfully put into practice the idea of automating the process of recording student attendance using Dropbox software. The idea was given by Dr. Jabar M. A. Fatah, the head of the physics department, which he has presented in the weekly departmental seminar (24 November 2015). In the previous year, the status quo was for a lecturer to record the names of absent students in the lecture hall then at the end of the week to email it to the attendance committee. The lecturer had to remember to send the email and the whole process was mundane to say the least.  This year, our department starts using Dropbox for this task. We hope that our endeavor will encourage other university departments to follow. The software is free, safe, secure, and above all user friendly. All a lecturer has to do is to record the names as usual and that is it. The excel sheet will be synchronized immediately on connection to the Internet.


  • Rearrangement and digitization of the Physics department library

    In the opening of the current academic season the library of Physics department has been digitalized and rearranged by a staff of teachers of our department, particularly Dr. Jabar M. A. Fatah, M. Peshawa, M. Shaho, M. Darko, M. Sarbast. At present, the library is ready and available for both our students and teachers. Students can benefit from a collection of textbooks, which are particularly oriented for their courses.


  • Summary of the total activities of School of Science for 2014-2015