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SCT proudly congratulates the  IT Department Team for winning a Gold and a Silver medal at  “Oman Skills Competition”, a national skills competition, as a  qualifier for GCC Skills Competition 2018 in Kuwait.

The team consisting of Ahmed Salim Nassr Mohammed Al Alawi , Fatima Abdul Rasheed Moosa Al Balushi  and Abdulaziz Ajib Arfah Kulib currently pursuing Diploma in Information Technology and their  trainer Bernard Ugalde, Lecturer , IT Department,  participated in the Oman Skills 2018 Graphics Design Competition Category . This was  held from  25th -27th  June 2018 at Oman Exhibition and Convention Center, Muscat. Ahmed Salim Nassr Mohammed Al Alawi won the  GOLD medal while Fatima Abdul Rasheed Moosa Al Balushi secured the SILVER medal. These students will  undergo training in the coming months by experts in the field of Graphic Designing and will  represent  Oman at GCC Skills Competition which will be held in Kuwait and World Skills Competition  in Russia in 2019.

We hope this competition has exposed our youth to a variety of skilled careers and equipped them with the tools and resources they need to build a future.

SCT is jubilant and congratulates the triumphant team. We wish them good luck for the next phase, the GCC Skills Competition in Kuwait and hope they bring more laurels to the college and the country.



The Department of Information Technology is proud to announce the participation of its students in “Oman Skills Competition”, a national skills competition to qualify for Gulf Competition in Kuwait and World Competition in Russia in 2019.

The competition, held every two years, aims to highlight the skills of the Omani students, and is considered as the first step towards preparing for the international competition to be held in Russia 2019.

The competition also aims at increasing the professional level of students in the industrial sector and developing the performance of personnel at different organizations and establishments.

The competition allows students to display they expertise in 10 skills including fashion, graphic design, IT networks designs, website design, network cable connections, business software, electronics, computer-guided lathing, mechanical engineering design and robots.

All seven colleges will be represented by 137 student participants.

A team of three students from IT department, Fatima Abdul Rasheed Moosa Al Balushi, Ahmed Salim Nassr Mohammed Al Alawi, Abdulaziz Ajib Arfah Kuhib, with Mr. Bernard Ugalde, Lecturer, IT, as their trainer, attended the Inaugural ceremony at 8:00 pm, 25th June, at the Oman Exhibition and Convention Center. The students will present a project under Graphic design skill category.

The Department wishes the team Good Luck and hope the bring laurels to the college.


IT Department conducted workshop on “Windows Server 2008 Configuration and Management for PACA Staff” Featured

The Department of Information Technology conducted a workshop on “Windows Server 2008 Configuration and Management” for the Staff of Public Authority of Civil Aviation (PACA). The workshop was held at the CISCO Lab, IT Building, Salalah College of Technology, from 29.04.2018 to 03.05.2018. It was coordinated by Industrial Link Committee and the Information Technology Department. Eight staff from PACA attended the workshop.

The Inaugural Address was delivered by Mr. Vijipaul, Head, Department of Information Technology. Mr. Devarajan Veerasamy, Lecturer, Networking Section conducted the workshop. The workshop emphasized on the following topics;

  • Windows Server 2008 Installation,
  • Domain Configuration and User Creations,
  • Windows 7 client Installation,
  • Server Management.

During the sessions, an activity was conducted for the PACA staff and a staff questionnaire was discussed. The participant’s feedback and comments for further development Training Activities of IT department were received. IT Department thanks the SCT Management, College Dean and Assistant Dean for their support in Departmental Activities.

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