بسم هللا الرحمن الرحيم
Curriculum Vitae July, 2008
Full Name : Ahmed Omar Mohammed Ali.
Country of Origin: Sudan – Northern State.
Birth Date : 5/5/1952.
Religion : Muslim.
Social Status : Married with 4 Children.
Professional Rank: Assistant Professor- (Veterinary & Animal
Address : Sudan University of Science and Technology-
College of Veterinary Medicine and Animal
Production, P.O. Box: 204, Kuku, Khartoum North
Tel. : 0024909072233306 – Sudan
E. mail : email@example.com
1) Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences – (Honor), (B.V.Sc. (H)), University of
Khartoum, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences (1978) – Sudan.
2) Master of Science, (M.Sc), Continuing & Vocational Education,
University of Wisconsin – Madison, Dept. of Continuing & Vocational
Education (1984) – U.S.A.
3) Have Finished PhDs – Researches in Animal Reproduction, Sudan
University of Sciences and Technology – Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
& Animal Production Division of Animal Production (2004 – 2008).
1. Systematic Approach in Teaching – Jan. 13 – 26/1986 Sudan
University of Science and Technology (SUST).
2. Non – School Population Education (May 6-16/1986 (SUST)).
3. Field Training for Students – Welsh Agricultural College – (Jan. 14 –
4. Agricultural Extension for Rural Development (April. 3, - May,
5. Computer Courses in:
Introduction & Disc Operating System (Dos), Windows & Micro-soft
Word. (MS- Word), (March 19 – June 20/1997) – Administration,
Development and Training Institute – Salalah, Sultanate of Oman.
6. Course in Statistics and Experimental Design, from 9th March to 1st of
June (2003). The Animal Production Research Center – Kuku-
7. The Workshop on Development of Skills in Research, Data Analysis
and Thesis Writing – from Sept. 24 to 28/2005, SUST.
8. Regional (AFRA) TRAINING COURSE on Participatory
Approaches. 18 – 22 March, 2007 – Dept. of Radioisotopes, Central
Vet. Research Laboratory, Khartoum – Sudan.
Participatory Rural Appraisal.
Economic Opportunity Survey.
Herd Management Software.
9. A Training Course on Ultra-Sonographic Monitoring of Female
Reproduction Ruminates, from 2 – 12, December 2007, Dept. of
Radioisotopes, Central Veterinary Research Labs, Soba- Khartoum –
1. Veterinary Doctor, Ministry of Animal Wealth, (1978 – 1979), Sudan.
2. Teaching Assistant – College of Veterinary Medicine & Animal
Production (CVMAP – SUST) – (1979 – 1982) – Sudan.
3. Master Student – University of Wisconsin – Madison- U.S.A., (1982 –
4. Lecturer, Extension & Rural Sociology, (CVMAP) – (1984 – 91).
5. Coop. lecturer, Rural Extension – Faculty of Agriculture, University
of Khartoum – (1987 – 88).
6. Livestock Extension Engineer, Animal Research Station (ARS) –
Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF). Salalah, Sultanate of
Oman, (SO), (1991 – 93).
7. Livestock Extension Engineer, Department of Animal Wealth
(DAW), (MAF), Salalah, (SO), (1993 – 97): The Nature of Works
Goats and Cattle Field Extension.
Livestock Field Surveys about:- Cattle, Goats and Poultry.
Poultry Extension (Management and Nutrition) and Field Medical
Services (Vaccination and Diseases Treatment).
Extension Programs for small holders services and Consultations.
Preparing and Writing Monthly Reports.
Preparing and Writing Technical Reports.
Required Translations (English to Arabic Language).
8. Veterinary Doctor, Salalah Veterinary Hospital, Clinical Works and Field
Vaccinations DAW, MAF, (SO), (1997 – 98).
9. Livestock Extension Engineer, (DAW), (MAF), Salalah, (SO), (1998 –
10. Assistant Professor/ Veterinary & Animal production Extension –
(CVMAP – SUST) – Feb. 2/2000 – to date – Sudan.
11. Cooperative Lecturer: Veterinary Extension, University of Bahr Elgazal,
College of Veterinary Sciences, from, (2000 – 2004) for the 5th Year
12. Researches in Reproduction of Small Ruminants, Goats (Upgrading
Farm Animals Reproduction Potentiality via Endocrinology Approach).
13. Veterinary Expert – Arab Organization for Agricultural Development –
Qatar Project for Improvement of Goats and Sheep Production-25.
Jan.2009 to 31.May.2009.
1. Staff member, SUST, (1984 – 91), (2000 – to date).
2. Head, Field Training Department, CVMAP, SUST, (1986 – 89).
3. Member, College of Veterinary Medicine & Animal Production Board
(1986 – 89).
4. Member, and Coordinator, Animal Production Applied Sciences
Bachelor Curriculum Design Committee (CVMAP – 1991), (Report
5. Member, the Council of Developmental Studies and Extension
Division, CVMAP, SUST, (2000 – 2003).
6. Head, Division of Developmental Studies and Extension (2002).
7. Senate Member, SUST, (2002).
8. Member, Council of Animal Production Sciences and Technology
Division (2003 – to date).
Participation in Scientific and Academic Activities:
1. Work Shop/ Research, Extension & Training Linkage in Agriculture,
College of Agricultural Studies (SUST), 1987.
2. Conference / Live Stock Extension Programs Preparation Designs for
the Provinces of the Sultanate of Oman – Muscat Oct. 1991.
3. The Symposium / The Use of Modern Technologies to Increase the Red
Meat Production, Arabic Scientific Research Council Union, Khartoum,
8 – 10/2000.
4. Seminar / Quality Control in Food Industry and the Future Expectations
in the 3rd Thousand – College of Agricultural Studies – (SUST) –
Khartoum (August 1, 2000).
5. 6th Scientific Conference, Transfer and Settlement of Technologies for
Development (9-11/2003), Ministry of Science and Technology, National
6. Workshop/ Curriculum Modernization and Development of Animal
Production Colleges in Sudan, (CVMAP) – (SUST), (2000 – 200).
7. Chief Center/ SUST Students Union Central Committee Election (2006-
8. Member/ Reporting Committee of Bilateral Cooperation Agreement
Proposal between (CVMAP) Sudan and Researches National Center of
9. Chief/ Fining Committee of Job Violation, (2008).
10. Chief/ Interviews Committee for the New (CVMAP) Students
11.Participation (the first day), Conference of Biotechnology, City of
Tech., Elfatih Tower, 28 September.2009.
12. Supervision of Students Graduation Project, (2007).
13. Member, Committee of the Poultry Management and Production
Limitations in Khartoum State, USUT, the Center of Scientific Research
and Foreign Relationship, (July to November 2002).
Design and Taught Courses:
1. Extension and Extension Target Groups Classification.
2. Extension Conduction and Conductivity.
3. Extension Program Planning and Social Change.
4. Research of Veterinary and Animal Production Extension.
5. Information and Learning Techniques Designs: Workshop
Symposium, Lecture and Small Group Discussion Techniques.
6. Organizational Structure of Veterinary Extension System and an
Extension System – Target Groups Linking Formulae.
7. Some Mechanisms of Transferring Dairy Technology to Animal
Farms in Sudan.
8. New Approaches to Community Veterinary Medicine.
9. Rural Sociology and Social Interaction.
10. Extension Field Education Theory.
11. Distribution and Migration of Population of Sudan.
1) The Organizational Structure of Veterinary. Extension System for the
Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation - Khartoum State – Sudan (Dec.
2) Some Mechanisms of Transferring Dairy Technology to Animal
Farms in Sudan (2003).
3) The Role of Livestock Extension in Farm Development in Sudan
4) Animal Extension Program Plan for the years (1993) and (1994) –
Muscat, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Sultanate of Oman,
5) Camel Growing and Production in Sultanate of Oman –DAW (1997).
6) Introductory New Approaches to Community Veterinary Medicine,
Animal Production Researches Center, Ministry of Science and
Technology (April 2003).
7) The Breeds and Rearing of Cattle in Dhofar Province, (DAW) – Feb.
8) The Applied Plan of Goats and Sheep Production Improvement in
State Of Qatar-May-2009.
1. The Sudan Veterinary Council.
2. The Sudan Veterinary Association.
3. The Sudanese Environmental Organization for Management and
Technology (NGO) Khartoum – Sudan.
4. Member, Committee of the Regional Project: Improving of Livestock
Productivity through an Integrated Application of Technology-
Ministry of Science and Technology- Atomic Energy Commission
Technical Reports Issued:
1. Proposal of Animal Production Applied Sciences, Bachelor
Curriculum, CVMAP- SUST, (1991).
2. Features Assisting in Determining the Extension Program Passage for
thee year 1992 – (ARS) Salalah Nov. (1991).
3. The Organizational Structure and Job Description for the Unit of
Extension and Training – ARS – Salalah (Sept. 1992).
4. Plan of Establishment: The Artificial Insemination Unit
Organizational Structure, Job Description and Objectives, at Animal
Research Station – (ARS) – (Dec. 1993) – Animal Research Station
(ARS) – Dhofar – Salalah.
5. Technical Observations on Newly Established Goats Pens of Small
Farmers Subsidy Project. (DAW). Salalah (Sept. 1993).
6. Evaluative Critique on Dimensions for Establishing Processing Unit
of Milks and Milk Products in Dhofar Province, DAW – Live stocker
Services Division, Oct. (1993).
7. The most Important Production Problems in Small Scalers Farmers
Project of Poultry (DAW) – (1994).
8. The Extension Programs Directions for the Cattle, Goats and Poultry
Farmers for the year 1996 (DAW) – (Ahmed Omar Mohd. Ali and
Mubarak Ahmed Faraj Kofan).
9. Poultry Growing and Industry in Dhofar Province – 1996 – DAW –
Sultanate of Oman.
10. Animal Production Extension Out lines Syllabus – Animal
Production Science and Technology Division, (SUST), (2004).
11. Descriptive Technical Report on Areas of Field Works of Animal
Extension Unit, (ARS) – Salalah (1991).
12. Field Survey for Evaluation of Utilization of Cattle and Goats Pens,
at the Nagd Area, which belong to Small Farmers Subsidy Project of
the (MAF), DAW – (1995).
13. Manual of Practical Demonstration Steps of White Cheese, Milk
Separation, Butter and Ghee Processing, (ARS) – Feb. (1993).
14. Foundations of the Extension Work in the Animal Extension Unit,
(ARS) – Nov. (1992).
15. Field Survey for Designing and Implementation of the Extension
Training Program for Development of Milk, Butter and Cheese
Processing, (DAW)- Salalah Sept. (1993).
16. Evaluation of the Production Capacity of a Broiler Chicks Producing
Unit, (DAW) – Salalah, Sept. (1993).
17. Descriptive Report on ARS Research Units, (ARS), Salalah, Nov.
18. The Organizational Structure of the Animal Research Station, (ARS)
– Salalah, Dec. (1991).
19. The Directive Working Program for “the (DAW) Projects”, (DAW),
20. The Extension Program for Poultry Production of the Year (1993).
21.Goats Pens Designing Impacts on Goats, Specially Horns Breaking,
(DAW) Salalah, (1995).
22. The Final Report on the Expertise Mission of Goats and Sheep
Production Improvement Project for State of Qatar. AOAD-
End of C.V.
In the Name of Allah
Arabic Learning Course Contents Proposal
For: Non-Arabic English Speaking Group
Authored and Designed
Dr.Ahmed Omar Mohammed Ali
Sudan University of Science and Technology
College of Animal Production Science and Technology
May 23, 2010
In the Name of Allah
Arabic learning course contents proposal for: Non-Arabic English
Learning Specialized Communicative Arabic Language through
0- Introduction to Arabic language.
1- To enable the learner to know, identify and write the Arabic alpha pits.
2- To enable the learner to pronounce each letter.
3 - To enable the learner to conjugate letters and forms words.
4- To enable the learner to read the formed words.
5- To acquaint the learner to know words meanings and accumulate words
6- To learn the used Arabic propositions, questioning words, simple pronouns.
7 -To know the simple base of grammatical structure of the Arabic sentence.
8- To acquaint the learner to know and deal with simple mathematics in Arabic
0- Some short information about Arabic language concerning its descriptions, wide
ranges spreading, its classical, dialectics and non-Arabic speaking users. This is to
be conducted by the instructor or visiting speaker.
1- The instructor writes and names, with saying how to write, each letter. The
learners, in groups and individuals, say the names of each word after the instructor.
And, he then writes the letters names in English language, for easy memorization.
After that a tutorial is given to the learners as a home work, which to be marked by
the instructor for correction and/or approval.
2- The instructor pronounces each letter with different voice signs sounds, e.g., Ba,
Bo, and Bi. He writes the letters with the mobilizing signs, fatۢ ha, dhamma, kasra
and sokoon, and explains these signs. The learners, in groups and individuals,
pronounce each word after the instructor. A tutorial is then given to the learners as
a home work, which to be marked by the instructor for correction and/or approval.
3- The instructor writes and shows the conjugating ends of each letter, and explains
how to write words. The instructor writes the conjugated words and its meaning by
Latin letters, for easy understanding. Exercises are to be practiced by the learners
within the class room, together with a home work, which is to be marked by the
instructor for correction and/or approval.
4- Enlisting all past words, and be read with the instructor with the learners
repeating after him, then reading them individually and in groups. The instructor
writes the words and their meanings by Latin letters, for easy learning and
recalling. A word recalling, saying, spelling and meaning is assigned for home work.
This is to be revised and corrected by the instructor.
5- Simple readings and dialogues are designed and prepared. They are to be read
with explanations of meanings by the instructor, and while he is doing so, the
learners repeat after him. The readings and the dialogues should be about the
concerned working environment of the learning group; for example, learners from
educational field must have the wordings about that environment, e.g., staff,
students, classes, subjects…..etc. Community interaction topics wordings, e.g.,
markets, social institutions…etc, are to be dealt with also. A home work is designed
to assure grasping of item5 classes. Words are to be enlisted in alphabetical manner
in a glossary form, indicating their spelling and meanings written by English
language letters and meaning.
6 - Teaching the practical commonly used prepositions in an illustrative ways,
together with the most used questioning words accompanied with essential wide
7- A sentence based on simple commonly used tenses of the verbs, present and past,
object and subject names and pronouns is to be taught in illustrative practical
manner. Vocabulary drives is also followed.
8 - This unit about mathematics in Arabic language is the simplest part of the course
that the numbers used are Arabic numbers, and the mathematical signs and uses
are the same. And for the purpose of the course these signs and uses are to be
transformed into spoken Arabic language, for the intention of communicating with
the communities various units. Here drawing writing, speaking and tutorials are to
be conducted and assimilated.
9 - Self-learning method is to be adopted, through learners writing their own
readable pieces which, are based on the issues they have and the vocabulary they
know. Beside this, self-interested issues are also to be considered.
The materials of implementation:
1- Designing the detailed syllabus that covers the objectives requirements for
2 - Writing and drawing materials.
3 - Printing and photo-copying machines.
4 - An established theater to meet the needs of the instructor and the learners.
5 - Hand-outs.
6- Related reading reference/s if decided later.
2 - Home-works and assignments.
3 - Quizzes and the final test.
4 - Certificates of performances.
May 23, 2010
Dr.Ahmed Omar Mohammed Ali
Sudan University of Science and Technology
College of Animal Production Science and Technology
Tel. 0907 22 33 06