Progress of INSO Project

On Monday 23rd October the students of INSO Project met at CCST in order to be introduced into the E-learning stage of the educational program that includes the following themes: the creation of micro-companies; the concept of entrepreneurial sustainability; introduction to management and elements of marketing; youth and the internet: social network and dynamics of relationship; techniques to find job, preparation of a job interview, elaboration and presentation of a personal project; use of social media for the promotion of the micro-company. But INSO Project is not just a training program for Computer Science and Information Technology students. A delegation of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Sudan (MOHE) and Comboni College of Science and Technology (CCST) started its training on Monday 20th November at the headquarters of IRISS (Institute of Research on Innovation and Services for Development) of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) in Naples. The delegation was made of the Director of the Information Unit of MOHE, the Vice-director of Private Higher Education, the Principal and the Secretary of Academic Affairs of Meroe University of Technology, two lecturers of CCST in charge of the internships of the students and the Principal of CCST.
The First topic of their training was about “International Cooperation: development Progress of INSO Project strategies of the National Center of Research of Italy” and was given by Dr. Francesca Tolve, directress of International Relations of CNR. The Second theme was about “Territorial Analysis: methodology for local development” and was given by Dr. Rosario Palese, president of Habacus Foundation.
The Second day of training at Naples was about local innovation and international competitiveness. The seminar provided the participants with tools to promote business ideas including micro-enterprises and start-up companies. The day concluded with the visit of the Ambassador of Italy to Sudan, H.E. Fabrizio Lobasso, and the Ambassador of Sudan to Italy, H.E. Amira Gornass.
The main activity of the Third day was a workshop to analyze the results of the project and plan the way to give continuity to the project. The symposium had the papers of Alfonso MORVILLO, Director CNR-IRISS; Chiara IMPAGLIAZZO, from the Italian Ministry of Interior - Department for Civil Liberties and Immigration - International Relations Unit; Fabrizio LOBASSO, Italian Ambassador to Sudan; Amira GORNASS, Sudanese Ambassador to Italy; Sabrina GRECO, Researcher CNR- IRISS, Scientific Coordinator of the INSO Project; Dr. Ahmed Mohamed, who presented the paper: “Higher education in Sudan: recent developments and challenges”; Dr. Husam Al-Diin who presented the paper: “Innovation and scientific research in Sudan”; Progress of INSO Project Fr. Jorge Naranjo Alcaide, Principal of CCST, who presented the paper: “Training needs and the labour market in Sudan”; Prof. Yves CHARBIT, from CEPED - Universite Paris Descartes, Associate professor to CNR-IRISS, who presented the paper: “Education and demographic dynamics: the case -Sahara Africa”; Prof. Jean-Baptiste MEYER, Research Director at the CEPED- Universite Paris Descartes, who presented the paper: “Research opportunities arising from the Inso project”. After the symposium the representatives of the two Sudanese partners of the project held a meeting with Dr. Chiara Impagliazzo.
On the Fourth day, the delegation of the Project discussed with Prof. Meyer and Prof. Cherbit from the Centre Population et Development (CEPED) - Universite' Rene' Descartes (Paris) the research implications of the project and had a workshop in the morning about “Social Intervention in Developing Countries” and visited “Dialogue Place”, a multicultural social business incubator.
On the Fifth day in Naples, Prof. Francesco Gobia examined the tools and techniques for project planning and management. On Monday 27th November the delegation started its program of activities at the University of the Studies “Aldo Moro” of Bari with Dr. Pasqua Rutigliani from the “Direction of Research, Third Mission and International Relations” who presented the commitment of the University for Human Capital Enhancement. After that, the group started its training in the formation of Departments of Professional Orientation with Progress of INSO Project Dr. Maria Teresa Bilancia (“Organizational aspects of a Professional Orientation Department”) and innovation on pedagogical methods with Dr. Alberto Fornasari. In the meanwhile, INSO students at Khartoum continued their e-training at the computer lab of CCST. On 29th November the delegation attended the ceremony of opening of the third mission at BL LAB at the Universita degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro. The “Third Mission” refers to the third aim of any university that is to promote the direct application, valorization and use of knowledge to contribute to the social, cultural and economic development of society. The delegation came back to Khartoum on 2nd December.

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