Reconstitution of the Board of Trustees at Oman College of Management and Technology

February 14, 2024 by
Oman College of Management and Technology, OCMT TSD

The Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research, and Innovation has granted approval for the nomination of the Board of Directors of the Oman College of Management and Technology to reconvene the College’s Board of Trustees. This action aligns with the conclusion of the legal tenure of the previous Board of Trustees. The establishment of the new board was led by His Excellency Dr. Nasser Al-Mawali, with Professor Dr. Amer Al-Hinai serving as Vice-Chairman. The distinguished members of the board include Professor Dr. Musa Al-Rababah, Dr. Bassam Al-Ahmad, Dr. Adel Al-Busaidi, Dr. Yahya Al Saleh, Dr. Samia Al-Shanfariya, Dr. Amjad Al-Dhahli, Dr. Sarah Al-Bahlaniya, and Dr. Hazem Migdady.

In light of this development, His Excellency Dr. Nasser bin Rashid Al Maawali, Chairman of the Board, extends his sincere gratitude to the College’s Board of Directors for their confidence, expressing his eagerness to commence collaboration with the new board members to advance the College's accomplishments and realize its strategic objectives in alignment with the national directives of the Sultanate, as outlined in Oman Vision 2040.

Similarly, Mr. Hussein Al Saleh, Chairman of the College’s Board of Directors, extends appreciation to Dr. Issam bin Ali Al-Rawas, the former Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and all previous members for their invaluable contributions aimed at elevating the College and enhancing its role in the national higher education landscape. He extends heartfelt wishes for success and fulfilment to the newly appointed chair and members of the board in their forthcoming responsibilities, emphasizing the commitment of the College’s Board of Directors to provide unwavering support and resources to ensure the effective functioning of the academic process within the institution. This commitment aims to enable the board to carry out its duties independently, adhering to principles of good governance and the requisites of contemporary institutional practices.

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