Saad Mamoun AbdelRahman

Work place: College of Applied Sciences, Ibri / IT Dept., Ibri, Sultanate of Oman



Research Interests: Computer Science & Information Technology, Applied computer science, Computer systems and computational processes


Saad Mamoun was born in Omudrman, Sudan. He got his Bachelor's degree in Computer Sciences from International University of Africa, Khartoum/ Sudan in 1997. He completed his Master's degree in Computer Sciences from AL-Nealian University, Khartoum Sudan in 2004. He got his Ph.D degree in Computer Sciences (Biometrics Area) from Sudan University of Sciences & Technology college of Graduate Studies, Khartoum, Sudan in 2012.
He has worked in many universities in Khartoum – Sudan. He has also worked in Jazan University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Presently, he is Assisstant Professor, working in College of Applied Sciences, Ibri, in Sultanate of Oman since August 2013.
He is the member of program committee, and reviewer in many international conferences. He has widely published many scientific research papers in various international conferences and journals.

Author Articles
The Reasons behind the Weakness of some Students in Programming Courses in the College of Applied Science, Ibri

By Saad Mamoun AbdelRahman Buthaina AL-Syabi Etab Al Sharji Salima Said Al Kaabi

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2016

This research aims to find the reasons which affects students in college of applied sciences in Ibri. The programming courses are very important for the Information technology students in general.
The sample consisted of 50 students from Ibri College. A questionnaire was developed for the purpose of this study. Content validity and reliability were ensured to be sufficient for the study.
The finding of study showed that the students faced some problems during their study in the programming courses like the short time for practical, some of them as their English language is not good so it also affects their skills and knowledge in programming.
Finally this study presents recommendations and advice to improve student’s skills and help them to avoid getting low marks in programming courses.

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