The Community College of Qatar (CCQ) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Qatar Postal Services Co (Qatar Post), under which the latter will deliver the college’s textbooks and courseware to its students across the country.
This agreement marks “another productive step for CCQ to meet the needs of students and provide them with flexible solutions that motivate them to excel in their educational journey”, according to a statement.
The MoU was signed by CCQ president Dr Mohamed al-Naemi and Qatar Post chairman and managing director Faleh Mohamed al-Nuaimi, during a special ceremony on the college’s C-Ring Road campus on Thursday.
Commenting on the occasion, Dr al-Naemi said: “We are pleased to sign an MoU with Qatar Post, a leading national institution that provides a wide range of distinguished postal services, in order to facilitate students’ access to textbooks, wherever they may be in Qatar. This step is part of the college’s policy to provide the utmost flexibility to learners, and to help them advance their academic and profession endeavours.
“This, in turn, contributes to providing the nation with qualified national competencies capable of building its knowledge-based economy.”
On his part, al-Nuaimi added: “Helping society achieve progress is a shared national goal and a noble value. In this context, our joint efforts aim to support our students at the Community College of Qatar and provide an opportunity for them to benefit from our textbook delivery service so that they can invest their time in achieving academic excellence.
“This agreement also comes within the framework of Qatar Post’s strategic expansion plan, in the course of which, we are always looking to build bridges of co-operation with various public and private institutions in Qatar towards developing new and innovative ways to improve our services.”
The MoU provides a clear collaborative framework between the two institutions, wherein Qatar Post will deliver parcels containing textbooks and courseware that students have purchased through CCQ’s online portal, provided their weight does not exceed 30kg, the
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