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Ajman University holds students’ fair amid fanfare
By Imran Mojib February 15, 2018
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AJMAN: The Students’ Club fair at Ajman University opened amidst lot of fanfare and enthusiasm. Students’ energetic efforts and relentless preparations made the event a feast for the talented student fraternity that wanted to join the various clubs on campus.

Chancellor of Ajman University Dr Karim Seghir inaugurated the fair organised by the Deanship of Student Affairs Dr Nahla Al Qassimi.

A total of 60 clubs representing the scientific, cultural and talents group were at the fair to vow students at 80 booths. Theatre, social media, Emirati, Asian, Korean, Literature, IT, Photography, Designer, Legal, Women’s Life Coaching, Sustainability, Go Green, Dentistry, Art Renaissance, Anastomosis Dental, Happiness, Books, Culture Mania, Meem Times, Sports, Scouts were just some of the clubs that presented the students social interest and cultural attachments to their beloved country.

The booths were enticingly decorated to reflect the theme and students creativity shined through them. Each kiosk was unique in its offering and décor.

Chancellor Seghir spoke with the students at the fair, and inquired about the idea behind each booth and the unique features of the clubs. He encouraged them to utilise their talents and creative flair through these clubs to reach out to the community.

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