King Khalid University signs over 40 deals to boost research

The center is the main representative of KKU in the management and implementation of research, consultancy and services. (SPA)
Updated 24 December 2018
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King Khalid University signs over 40 deals to boost research

  • The center is the main representative of KKU in the management and implementation of research, consultancy and services provided to external sectors

JEDDAH: The Research and Advisory Center at King Khalid University (KKU) is making all efforts to boost its research activities in all spheres of life to achieve the Kingdom’s development goals.
Since its inception in 2017, it has signed over 40 cooperation agreements with entities from various sectors in Asir and other provinces.
The head of the center, Dr. Hasan Ahmed Al-Tale’, said the research facility has signed agreements with military, security and government sector entities as well as private bodies and charities.
He said the university wants to utilize all resources at its and its partners’ disposal to boost the development process currently underway in the Kingdom and to achieve the goals set by the country’s leadership in Vision 2030.
Al-Tale’ said the areas of cooperation include organizing scientific programs, activities and events and contributing to improving these sectors through joint development programs, research and studies.
The center is the main representative of KKU in the management and implementation of research, consultancy and services provided to external sectors through documented legal contracts, in addition to acting as the body responsible for partnering with the public and private sector institutions.


Saudi justice ministry launches 15 new e-services to streamline procedures

Updated 20 September 2019

Saudi justice ministry launches 15 new e-services to streamline procedures

RIYADH: Saudi Justice Minister Dr. Walid Al-Samaani has ordered the launching of a package of development services in the enforcement sector, aiming at facilitating the procedures for beneficiaries.
The new services target both the claimant (or the claimant’s representative) and the defendant, where the application is referred to the enforcement panel and treated without the need to visit the enforcement courts and panels.
The ministry said the enforcement sector includes several services’ development programs that aim at finding innovative technical solutions and promoting the digital capacities of enforcement courts, to help beneficiaries and facilitate their procedures. These development programs are in line with the ministry’s systematic move toward digital transformation.
The ministry said the new services aim at expediting and automating the procedures and saving beneficiaries effort, time and money.
The package includes several services, such as informing the defendant of the enforcement order against them and the issuance of visit, custody and eviction orders.
To benefit from these services, beneficiaries can visit the website https://najiz.moj.gov.sa, sign in to their account and click on the “My Applications” icon.