The Word Of Head
Mision & Vision
About The Department
Curriculum map
Student Outcomes (SOs)
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
Student Enrollment and Graduation
Academic schedules
Statistics of the number of graduates

The Word Of Head

I am honored to welcome you to the Department of Communications and Electronics at the Higher Nile Institute for Engineering and Technology in Mansoura, wishing to achieve your hopes and dreams through your diligence and perseverance and to help create an academic climate for the graduation of modern day engineers through scientific and technological development and modern laboratory applications and deepening cultural awareness with the help of faculty members and workers The Academy. The sciences of the world, the advancement of economy, and the rise of nations belong to the sciences of communication and electronics, as they have entered into all aspects of daily life (multimedia - insurance and industrial security systems - all light, heavy and military industries .......... etc.) and this is tangible in our contemporary life. And accordingly, it was necessary to pay attention to this branch of science in Egypt, and from that emerged the idea of establishing telecommunications and electronics departments in all universities and private institutes. The Department of Communications and Electronics is very interested in teaching these sciences according to its latest technologies and standing on the latest findings of the world in this important specialization, and this is evident in the study plans of the existence of basic and optional courses in the department that stand on the latest curricula and sciences, as well as projects and scientific research in the department that dealt with All subspecialties and modern fields of communication and electronics.

Vision & Mission

The mission of the Communication and Electronics Engineering program is aligned with the mission of the Nile Higher Institute for Engineering & Technology. The Communication and Electronics Engineering mission is to provide students with an excellent education through coursework, research and cooperative work experience to enable successful, innovative, and life-long careers in Communication and Electronics Engineering. Graduates of the program will have a mastery of underlying Communication and Electronics Engineering and related technologies, as well as professional, ethical, and societal responsibilities.

Communications and electronics department:

The revolution that the world is witnessing now in the fields of communications through both the international web, cellular devices, and modern communications has made the Communications and Electronics Engineering Department one of the most important modern scientific Engineering departments whose demand is increasing recently for the main course in civilizational, cultural and scientific development and communication between countries and peoples. The Academy has prepared with the laboratories all the equipment, equipment and experiences to achieve the practical development that is in line with the needs of the labor market, which opens up new horizons before you to achieve your ambitions and hopes, and you must invest these available capabilities. As the Academy seeks to achieve a link with modern international educational institutions through the electronic library.

Curriculum map

The CEE faculty agreed that the BSCEE program would adopt the following seven outcomes published by ABET Inc.:

  1. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex Engineering problems by applying principles of Engineering, science, and mathematics (Problem Solving).
  2. An ability to apply Engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors (Design).
  3. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences (Communication).
  4. An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in Engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of Engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts (Ethics).
  5. An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives (Team Work).
  6. An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use Engineering judgment to draw conclusions (Experimental Techniques).
  7. An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies (Knowledge).


The program education objectives (PEOs) for the BSCEE program are built upon the mission statements to provide a high-quality education through the engagement of students via co-op internships, practical experiences and rigorous curriculum. The BSCEE PEOs will generate graduates who:

  1. Succeed in a broad range of careers in industry and graduate/professional school. (Career Opportunities).
  2. Demonstrate leadership, communication and team-building skills. (Leadership and Communication).
  3. Comply with professional ethics codes, understand societal issues and engage in life-long learning for continued professional development. (Life-long Learning) The program educational objectives are discussed with constituents every three years and reviewed and modified, if necessary, during the annual departmental retreat. These constituents include employers, alumni and students.


The registration policy at NHIET relies on academic advisors to check the particular needs of each students and make sure that the appropriate set and sequence of courses are followed. This is supported by a special Academic Advising Module in the web-based student information system (Ibn al-haytham) http://nile.mans.edu.eg The academic advisor interface allows the display of the academic plan for the student with the status of each course in order to properly select the courses to be registered. The system checks meeting the prerequisites and the constraints of the maximum number of credit hours that can be registered in a single term. If the student needs to take an out of plan course, then a proper justification should be offered that is checked and approved by the academic advisor then the department chairman before it can be registered using a special paper form. A Table from the Ibn al-haytham academic advising student plan status and registration interface and curriculum chart are shown as follows.

  • Second term schedule
  • Statistical numbers graduate for this section:

    Graduation Year:
    2016/2017 25
    2017/2018 33
    2018/2019 29
    2019/2020 23
    Total section so far:
    Communications and Electronics Engineering 140 graduates

    Academic teaching staff :

    Name Degree Scientific Department Critical Major
    Dr. Sami Abdullah Iraqi Lashin Lecturer Electronics And Communications Engineering Electric Forces
    Dr. Hamdi Mohamed Mahrous Ibrahim Lecturer Electronics And Communications Engineering Electric Forces
    Dr. Rehab Mahmoud Ibrahim Ibrahim Lecturer Electronics And Communications Engineering Electrical Communications
    Dr. Hegazy Fathallah Muhammad Lecturer Electronics And Communications Engineering Communications Engineering
    Dr. Shaima Abd El-Qader Mohamed Lecturer Electronics And Communications Engineering Communications Engineering
    Dr. Hisham Ali Ibrahim Saqr Lecturer Electronics And Communications Engineering Communications Engineering
    Dr. Warda Mohamed Shaaban Lecturer Electronics And Communications Engineering Communications Engineering
    A.Dr. Gamal El-Din El-Saeed Professor Electronics And Communications Engineering Electric power control
    A.Dr. Ahmed Ibrahim Saleh Professor Electronics And Communications Engineering Computer Networks
    A.Dr. Muhammad Sharif Al-Qasas Assistant Professor Electronics And Communications Engineering Automatic control
    A.Dr. Gamal Farouk Al Hadi Assistant Professor Electronics And Communications Engineering Computer
    Dr. Mohamed Ismail Fathallah Lecturer Electronics And Communications Engineering Encryption And Optical Communications
    Dr. Saeed Marzouk Lecturer Electronics And Communications Engineering Digital Signal Processing
    Dr. Muhammad Eid Abdulaziz Lecturer Electronics And Communications Engineering Electrical Engineering

    Teaching Associate Staff :

    Name Degree
    Eng. Magda Ibrahim Fathi Associate lecturer
    Eng. Nesma Abdel Mawla Abdel Mohsen Associate lecturer
    Eng. Hind Adel Al-Sayed Demonstrator
    Eng. Ahmed Atef El-Sherbiny Demonstrator
    Eng. Aya Ahmed Abdel Khaleq Demonstrator
    Eng. Abrar Rizk Mahmoud Abdel Ghani Demonstrator
    Eng. Ghada Abdel Latif Shatan Demonstrator
    Eng. Ismat Abdullah Muhammad Demonstrator
    Eng. Manar Muhammad Al-Kilani Demonstrator