publish date 2022-02-03 21:31:11
The Board of Trustees of the University of Jordan decided during a session held today under the chairmanship of Prof. Dr. Adnan Badran, and upon the recommendation of the President of the University, Prof. Nazir Obeidat, to approve the university’s budget for the year 2022, which amounted to 121 million dinars, focused on capital expenditures, to reach more than 10.0 Million dinars.
According to a statement issued by the Friday Presidency today, Thursday, and in light of the strategic plan for developing human resources and improving the living conditions of university cadres, the council agreed to increase the equivalent incentives for the teaching and administrative staff between (10-60) dinars per month.
During its discussion of the university’s plan for the year 2021/2022, the council emphasized a set of pivotal issues, including: spending on infrastructure, modernizing university networks, maintaining equipment, and raising the level of technology it uses in line with the ambitions of its faculties to obtain local and international accreditation, in order to keep pace with the university’s aspirations and implement its plans. Long-term and prepared for any emergency crisis similar to the Corona pandemic in advance, in order to avoid its possible consequences.
According to the draft budget, the revolving deficit from previous years (the so-called indebtedness) decreased by nearly three million by the end of 2021 to reach approximately (15) million dinars.
As for the delegation and the sustainability of the university’s work; The Council agreed to increase the allocations for scholarships to contribute to supplying the faculties with new young blood with specializations to meet the needs of the labor market and to open new programs that maintain the sustainability of the university’s human and financial resources.
The Council also approved the draft general budget for the University of Jordan Hospital for the year 2022, in which the allocations for developing and modernizing its infrastructure, especially buildings and medical devices necessary to provide the best health care for patients and their frequent visitors, amounted to about 10 million Jordanian dinars.
The data also showed that the end-of-service fund for university employees was supplemented with an amount of 5 million dinars. As for the Health Insurance Fund, an amount of 5 million dinars was allocated to the university’s budget for the year 2022.
As for the Aqaba branch; The Board of Trustees agreed to grant approximately one million dinars in support from the mother university for the purpose of constructing a new building for the College of Nursing with an area of 10,000 square meters.
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