Evolution and Establishment of the University
As part of the
process of carrying out expansion in higher education of
Sudan and to entrench the Nation's policies, the
University of Dalang was established in 1994 by
presidential decree No.67.
Based on this
decree both the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of
Agricultural Science were transferred from the
University of Kordofan to the University of Dalang. The
University of Dalang also inherited the former Institute
of Education; the torchbearer of knowledge in the South
Kordofan area from which many teachers from all over the
country had graduated. In 1995, the College of Education
was set up, followed by the Center for Peace Studies,
the Computer Center, and the Faculty of Additional
Studies. This was upgraded to form the Faculty of
Community Development in 1999. In 2001 the Faculty of
Post-Graduate Studies was opened.
was not established in the capital of South Kordofan
State, Kadugli, but in the town of Dalang. However it is
the central institution for knowledge and education in
the Nuba Mountains area and contributes greatly to the
stability and progress of the region.
University's rules and regulations are compatible with
the general orientations of the National Council of
Higher Education. Development plans and curriculums are
designed and implemented by the Council of Teachers.
into the university is subject to the general admission
prerequisites by the Ministry of Higher Education and
session 2004-2005 commenced on 8th January
of the nation's identity via the syllabus and its
of and services to the national community through
research and its application in various fields.
care of the environment of Sudan in general and Southern
Kordofan in particular, through training of cadres in
contribute to thinking and knowledge about issues of
human development, ideology and religious values.
students and grant them knowledge.
Administration of the University
administration consists of the following:
The Vice -
faculties and managers of centers
The main duties
of this body are in undertaking the implementation of
general policies of the university such as establishing
new faculties and important improvements and
developments in existing ones. The Council also issues
academic rules and regulations for the University. The
council was established by presidential decree No. 217
Council of Teachers
The main duty
of this body is to create policies for the admission of
students, to award scientific degrees and direct the
scientific policies of the University.
Administrative Structure of the University:
Professor Khamis Kajo Konda, Vice-Chancellor.
executive of the University, the Vice Chancellor is
responsible for overseeing the main objectives of the
University, including the educational, technical and
financial sides of the institution. He also coordinates
the rules and regulations of the University with the
Ministry of Higher Education. He is chairperson of the
Teacher's Council and its related committees. Professor
Khamis Kajo is also responsible for the appointment and
promotion of lecturers. In the wider world he is the
mouthpiece of the University and its key representative
before other institutions. He issues a comprehensive
annual report to the Council on the performance of the
University and concerning related administrative and
financial issues. After the endorsement of the Council,
this information is disseminated under his guidance and
necessary changes made.
Magog Mayun, Scientific Affairs Secretary
Affairs Secretary is responsible for the technicalities
of syllabus formation and for joint education.
El Jelli Makki Daldom, Principle of the University
Dr Jelli is
responsible for the management of the financial side of
the University and implementing rules and regulations
laid down for this purpose. He is chairperson of the
Financial Administration and Building Committee and
other related committees. He is also in charge of the
University stamps and in making sure all relevant
documents bear the correct stamp, following directives
from the University Council. Including being a central
bridge between the administrative and financial sides of
the University, he is in charge of preserving all
University reports. He also assists the Vice Chancellor
in preparing the periodical revision of rules and
regulations as the Vice Chancellor sees fit. He is in
charge of the application of recommendations and
resolutions of the University Council.
Services - Bushra Komi Koko Komi
Personal Affairs - Taha Musa Hashim
Engineering Affairs - Mohammed El Nel Tieb
Abdel Mahjid Mohammed Yahyah, Dean of Students' Affairs
Mr Abdel Mahjid
looks after the concerns of the student body and is also
an assistant in Geography.
Mohammed El Mustafa, Dean of Librarians
Mr Mohammed El
Mustafa is in charge of supervising the University
libraries. This includes the central library and the
branch library. He assists both the students and the
lecturers in their research. The central library holds
about 250 students and the branch library around 50. He
is assisted in his work by two technicians and seven
staff and six other assistants in addition to the
technicians in the binding section.
library contains about 17, 000 references and books. Of
these about 10, 000 are in Arabic and the remainder in
English. There are 2, 800 various periodicals and
graduation theses and projects.
The Plan for
increase in the number of student and the anticipated
growth of our faculties, we have made a plan for a
future improved library. This new library will be able
to house more students and will have a wider selection
of periodicals as well as an electronic library, an
audio and optic library and Internet services.