SQU Media/Santhosh Muthalath
The Deanship of Postgraduate Studies at SQU organized the third season of the 3-Minute Thesis Competition for students of the university on 8 November. There was an Arabic competition for students enrolled in programs where the main teaching language is Arabic and second one in English was for students enrolled in programs taught in English. The competition is meant for all graduate students who are enrolled in a thesis-based Master's or PhD program or who graduated from such programs less than one year from the last date of application submission.
Dr. Mohammed Al Suqri, Assistant Dean-Postgraduate Studies, said that the 3-Minute competition is an event that has been very successful in promoting a culture of creativity and innovation, encouraging the use of rigorous scientific methods to address local and global issues, and instilling a healthy spirit of scientific competition among the postgraduate students at SQU.
This year, seven participants competed in each session, Arabic and English. In the Arabic session, Fawzia Al Fahdi got the best award; Fatma Al Jahwari got the second best award; and Hanan Al Shaqsi got the people’s award. In the English session, Walaa Said got the best award; Alaa Al Nabhani got the second best award; and Nusaiba Al Azri got the people’s award.