The House Education Committee approved the Technologists Syndicate project
Developing education by the ministers: The Parliament’s “Education Committee” approved the Technologists’ Syndicate project
announced Dr. Ahmed Hosni Al-Hewy, Secretary-General of the Education Development Fund of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, said that the Education and Scientific Research Committee of the House of Representatives approved the articles of the draft law submitted by the Education Development Fund regarding issuing and organizing the Technologists’ Syndicate Law.
He added in the press release - issued by the Fund - that the draft law was prepared by an elite group of specialists in the Fund to be presented to Parliament, in order to ensure the existence of a union entity for this scientifically distinguished group that defends their interests and provides them with services similar to other professional unions, especially since the segment of technologists has become important. A large sector of scientifically distinguished people capable of consolidating the scientific and technological progress of Egypt.
Al-Hewy explained that the draft law comes generally within the framework of working to regulate the profession of technologists, and to bring together graduates under a union umbrella that works to strengthen their position in the labor market, establish confidence among its members, and refine them with the necessary skills, knowledge, and traditions, in addition to opening direct channels of communication with various... Relevant authorities; With the aim of marketing and introducing this group, preserving and developing their profession, working to support them, and providing social and health services to them, this is a long-awaited project for thousands of specialists.
The Secretary-General of the Education Development Fund indicated that the members of the Education and Scientific Research Committee of the House of Representatives agreed that those holding bachelor’s degrees from colleges of computers and information technology, colleges of artificial intelligence, universities, colleges, and technological institutes, and their equivalent certificates, should be members of the union, in coordination with the union council. The Ministry of Higher Education and the Supreme Council of Universities, and that the union should have members practicing the profession, specialist members, and advisory members, according to academic degrees and experience in the field of specialization, similar to other unions.