Admissions of Underrepresented
Appointment for minorities
The University of Basrah formed a committee headed by the assistant president of the university for administrative affairs, Prof. Dr. Ali Acidi Diab, and other memberships to consider requests for the appointment of minorities to their owners. The Director of the Department of Administrative and Financial Affairs at the university, Dr. Ahmed Jassim Al-Malki, indicated that the committee met the applicants in the meeting room of the Presidency of the University to explain the mechanism for applying for their grades by applying to the application form for the university website.
Availability of Vacant Job Grades
University of Basrah announces the availability of vacant job grades resulting from the movement of owners for the competencies specified below for the rights of components and national minorities (exclusively), which number only 28 job grades
- To be of Iraqi nationality and a citizen of the components and minorities exclusively (Christian, Sabean), preference for Basra governorate.
-Be within the legal age of service.
-Appointment according to the certificate and the required specialization.
-Not being covered by the Accountability and Justice Law or the Law banning the Baath Party and the prohibited political, national, racist and terrorist entities
-To apply for appointments, click on the link below
Jobs for Christ, Sabeans
The University of Basra announces the availability of vacant degrees resulting from the movement of owners for the specializations specified below for the rights of components and national minorities (exclusively). There are only128 functional degrees. Those wishing to apply for appointment (from this honorable category) should open the link installed below to view the required terms of reference and fill out the attached form in the proven link for submission, where the candidates will be sorted according to the degrees of differentiation, and the interview will be held for the applicants for the specified date, accompanied by their supporting documents.
The applicant for appointment must bring support from the church or what confirms that he is from the components and minorities.To be of Iraqi nationality and a citizen of the components and minorities (Christ, Sabeans) exclusively, and all forms that have nothing to do with this honorable group will be neglected.
University of Basrah’s policy in the Prevention of Discrimination against Women
University of Basrah policy on equality in the wage scale and non-discrimination between the sexes.
The Phenomenon of Harassment between Causes and Repercussions
The Continuing Education Unit at the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Basrah held an educational symposium entitled (The Phenomenon of Harassment between Causes and Repercussions)
The symposium aims to shed light on this uncivilized phenomenon and the extent of its danger to society, as well as the administrative and legal procedures to be followed when harassment occurs.
The symposium included two axes, the first in which the Director of the Educational Guidance Center at the University of Basra, Dr. Fadel Abdul-Zahra, dealt with the psychological and behavioral analysis of the phenomenon of harassment and the reasons that motivate people of both sexes to do this shameful act.
He indicated that harassment goes through several stages in order to be justified by the harasser, and that understanding these stages can help prevent the ugly act from occurring.
As for the second axis, in which the representative of the Community Police Directorate, First Lieutenant Hana Abdel-Gawad Alwan, addressed the laws stipulated in the Iraqi state that criminalize this phenomenon and call for punishing the harasser with imprisonment and a financial fine according to the type of act and the extent of the damage caused, as well as offering advice published by the Ministry of Interior on ways of personal protection To avoid harassment.
The symposium came out with several recommendations, the most important of which is the holding of similar seminars to include other groups such as students and the necessity of having social researchers in most state institutions and their joints.
forms of harassment in the university community and its repercussions on social relations among students
The College of Education for Human Sciences at the University of Basrah organized a workshop on (forms of harassment in the university community and its repercussions on social relations among students)
The workshop aimed to educate students about the nature of social relationships and that social relationships satisfy a group of important psychological needs of individuals (the need for security, love, belonging), and without them, he would not feel pleasure and happiness in the company of others. She also emphasized the most important characteristics of friendship (value, hope and achievement), as she indicated to the most important criteria that govern sound social relations are values and standards, and deviation from values and standards leads to distorting the meaning of fellowship and friendship on campus.
The workshop that I attended included (Professor Dr. Batoul Ghaleb Al-Nahi, a teacher in the Department of Educational and Psychological Sciences)