Cairo Amman Bank and BZU award the winners in the contest "the most beautiful campus benches design”
On 14 June 2011, the Cairo Amman Bank and BZU celebrated at the Movenpick Hotel in Ramallah the awarding of prizes to the first five student winners from the Architectural Engineering Department at BZU in "the most beautiful campus benches design contest,” organized and supported by the Cairo Amman Bank, and sponsored by the Public Relations Office at BZU, under the supervision of the Department of Architectural Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering-BZU.
Mr. Joseph Nasnas, Deputy Director General and Regional Director of Cairo Amman Bank. and Dr. Khalil Hindi, BZU President, honored the student winners in the presence of a number of BZU faculty and staff members and the Cairo Amman Bank staff.
The Cairo Amman Bank awarded the winners of the best three designs by opening saving accounts for them, and will also sponsor the implementation of the winning designs of BZU campus benches.
The Manager of marketing and development of services at the bank, Ms. Nadira Karajeh said: "This initiative reflects the real partnership between our banking institution, established fifty years ago, with one of the most important higher education institutions in Palestine, which had the honor to graduating batches and batches of highly qualified citizens, who occupied high positions in all institutions of the country." She added that this effort reflects a shared vision based on adding value to the campus.
The Director of Public Relations Office at BZU, Ms. Manal Issa, valued this Initiative by Cairo Amman Bank and its generous support. She pointed to the importance of partnerships with the Palestinian private sector, being BZU’s strategic vision, which BZU continuously seeks to strengthen and develop
This contest, in which a number of students from the Department of Architectural Engineering at BZU have participated, comes as a response to the needs of students and the university communities to provide comfortable seats on campus that accommodate the increasing number of students. It also aims to deepen the spirit of students’ affiliation to their university, and encourage them towards creativity and interaction with their academic environment.