QOC signs MoU with Doha Institute for Graduate Studies

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DOHA – The Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) announced Today, the signing of Memorandum of Understanding with Doha Institute for Graduate Studies to boost co-operation in the field of scientific researches ,  projects improvement and training.

HE the QOC Secretary General, Jassim bin Rashid Al Buenain signed on behalf of the QOC and Ms. Mariam bint Ali Nasser Al Misnad, the Executive Director of Administration and Finance Division inked on behalf of the Institute.

The MoU will cover the exchange of experience and cooperation   in the fields of education, organizing the training courses of the QOC’s executive and administrative leaders, conferences, symposiums, and workshops.

Doha Institute for Graduate Studies will setting up plans and conducting training courses that meet the QOC’s needs and requirements.

“We will always dedicate our efforts to develop and invest in the human element as our top priority of achieving sustainable development, together we will be working to improve our staff’s professional and intellectual ability. Our employees development process is a strategic tool of sustainable growth and productivity, we will continue to encourage training our cadres to face the future challenges and to play a significant role in the preparations to the 2030 Asian Games” said H.E Jassim Bin Rashid Al Buenain the QOC Secretary General in a post signing ceremony statement.
“QOC has a good record of experience and knowledge after had hosted a great number of world class sporting events over the past decade, today we are expanding these experiences with a new style”, added the QOC Secretary General

In this context, the Executive Director of Administration and Finance Division at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies (DI), Ms. Mariam bint Ali bin Nasser Al Misnad said that the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies is always keen to communicate with different State institutions, aiming to strengthen strategic partnerships and opportunities for cooperation through the Excellence Center for Training and Consulting, and cooperating in areas that serve institutional and community integration, such as training programs and courses that directly contribute to the building of institutional personality and lead to progress, institutional and professional development in the State, in line with Qatar National Vision 2030. Similarly, to value the research projects and scientific and knowledge production. Al Misnad added:” We are delighted to move forward by signing the agreement with Qatar Olympic Committee, which is a leading institution in the field of sport to enhance Qatar’s global status, and achieve the objectives of effective participation in the comprehensive renaissance of the State of Qatar at all levels.

 

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee