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Overview

The main objective of this department is to perform a qualifying technical and applied program for higher education students taking into account the quantity and quality of the manufacturing processes and their required maintenance and replacement processes. Additionally, departmental duties also include performing applied researches related to a wide spectrum of technological topics and, the arrangement of many short courses, lectures and seminars that are directed to environmental needs, market requirements and continuous educational programs. The Department is divided into two main academic divisions: Production Mechanics and Welding. The first division covers a wide domain of technological topics in different branches such as metrology and accuracy, material technology, conventional and advanced manufacturing techniques and maintenance processes. The other division, welding, covers a wide area of different conventional and advanced welding processes

Majors

The department offers two areas of specialization:

  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology

    Program Educational Objectives


    1. 1. To handle and to optimize the available resources in order to produce a required specific product using conventional and advanced manufacturing techniques bearing in mind attaining local, regional, and global quality standards and codes.
    2. 2. To communicate effectively in oral, written, and graphical forms considering the ability to perform effectively in a team environment either as a prime member, a supervisor, or a subordinate.
    3. 3. To gain a basic knowledge of the engineering maintenance and design aspects of manufacturing tools, materials, and machines with the capability to solve the emerging problems in the workplace.
    4. 4. To maintain high professional and ethical standards within the production plant and its organization polices and strategies (decision making, implementation, management, and optimization of systems and processes).
    5. 5. To continue their professional advancement through life-long learning opportunities and in-service training.

    Student Outcomes


    1. a. An ability to apply the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of the discipline to narrowly defined engineering technology activities.
    2. b. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems that require limited application of principles but extensive practical knowledge.
    3. c. An ability to conduct standard tests and measurements, and to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments
    4. d. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.
    5. e. An ability to identify, analyze, and solve narrowly defined engineering technology problems.
    6. f. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
    7. g. An understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.
    8. h. An understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities, including a respect for diversity
    9. i. A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.

    Program Criteria


    1. (a) materials and manufacturing processes.
    2. (b) product design process, tooling, and assembly.
    3. (c) manufacturing systems, automation, and operations.
    4. (d) statistics, quality and continuous improvement, and industrial organization and management.
  • Welding Technology
Laboratories

Manufacturing Engineering Technology Department has a variety of workshops and laboratories necessary to meet its requirements and to achieve its applied educational philosophy through the integration between theoretical study and practice.

  • Central College Workshops and theses include machines, welding processes, casting and formation of metals.
  • Materials Laboratory
  • Numerical Control Laboratories CNC
  • Ferrous and Heat Treatment Laboratories
  • Metrology Laboratories
Courses Offered

The department offers the following courses:


Mechanical Production Technology


Course Number Course Name Pre-req Credits hours Type
64/103 Engineering Drawing   2 4 General core course
64/105 Workshop Technology   1 3 General core course
76/105 Mathematics (1)   3 3 General core course
76/106 Mathematics (2) 76/105 3 3 General core course
56/113 Basic Physics   3 4 General core course
30/123 English Language (1)   3 5 General core course
30/160 English Language (2) 30/123 3 5 General core course
69/181 Computers   3 5 General core course
01/101 Islamic Culture   2 2 Genneral complementry course
64/252 Industrial Management   2 2 Genneral complementry course
81/298 Industrial Safety   2 2 Genneral complementry course
15/114 Industrial Psychology   2 2 General elective course
08/110 Physical Education   1 2 General elective course
07/141 Art Education (1)   1 2 General elective course
07/142 Art Education (2)   1 2 General elective course
13/151 Music Education   1 2 General elective course
21/164 Accounting   2 2 General elective course
27/166 Industrial Economics   2 2 General elective course
10/104 Library and Research   1 2 General elective course
22/104 Small Business Management   1 2 General elective course
03/112 Work Ethics and Loyalty   3 3 General elective course
64/104 Computer Aided Mech. Drawing 64/103 3 5 Major compulsory
64/114 Foundry and Welding Processes 64/105 3 5 Major compulsory
64/130 Machining Processes (1) 64/105 3 5 Major compulsory
64/141 Metrology & Measurements   3 4 Major compulsory
64/162 Engineering Materials   3 4 Major compulsory
64/170 Electricity for machinery   3 4 Major compulsory
64/215 Metal Forming 64/114 or 64/115 3 5 Major compulsory
64/231 Machining Processes (2) 64/130 3 5 Major compulsory
64/233 Machining Processes (3) 64/130 3 5 Major compulsory
64/235 Comp. Numerical Control [CNC] 64/130 3 5 Major compulsory
64/253 Material Handling & Inventory   3 4 Major compulsory
64/254 Quality Control 76/106 3 4 Major compulsory
64/260 Engineering Mechanics   3 4 Major compulsory
64/263 Physical Metallurgy 64/162 3 4 Major compulsory
64/323 Machines & Equip. Maint. 64/130 or 64/115 3 5 Major compulsory
64/200 Field Training (1) [Summer] 29 Cr. 2 10 Major compulsory
64/300 Field Training (2) 64/200 4 20 Major compulsory
64/257 Production Planning & Control   3 4 Major elective course
67/266 Non-Destructive Testing 64/162 3 4 Major elective course
64/273 Mechatronics 64/170 3 4 Major elective course
64/280 Thermodynamics 76/105 3 4 Major elective course
64/281 Fluid Mechanics 76/105 3 4 Major elective course
64/316 Non-Conv. Manuf. Processes 64/231 3 4 Major elective course
64/332 CAD/CAM 64/235 3 5 Major elective course
64/356 Operations Research 76/105&30/123 3 4 Major elective course
64/364 Non-Metallic Eng. Materials 64/162 3 4 Major elective course
64/399 Production Projects 64/215&64/130 3 5 Major elective course



Welding


Course Number Course Name Pre-req Credits hours Type
64/103 Engineering Drawing   2 4 General core course
64/105 Workshop Technology   1 3 General core course
76/105 Mathematics (1)   3 3 General core course
76/106 Mathematics (2) 76/105 3 3 General core course
56/113 Basic Physics   3 4 General core course
30/123 English Language (1)   3 5 General core course
30/160 English Language (2) 30/123 3 5 General core course
69/181 Computers   3 5 General core course
01/101 Islamic Culture   2 2 Genneral complementry course
64/252 Industrial Management   2 2 Genneral complementry course
81/298 Industrial Safety   2 2 Genneral complementry course
15/114 Industrial Psychology   2 2 General elective course
08/110 Physical Education   1 2 General elective course
07/141 Art Education (1)   1 2 General elective course
07/142 Art Education (2)   1 2 General elective course
13/151 Music Education   1 2 General elective course
21/164 Accounting   2 2 General elective course
27/166 Industrial Economics   2 2 General elective course
10/104 Library and Research   1 2 General elective course
22/104 Small Business Management   1 2 General elective course
03/112 Work Ethics and Loyalty   3 3 General elective course
64/104 Computer Aided Mech. Drawing 64/103 3 5 Major compulsory
64/115 Manufacturing Processes 64/105 3 5 Major compulsory
67/132 Welding Technology (1) 64/105 3 5 Major compulsory
64/141 Metrology & Measurements   3 4 Major compulsory
64/162 Engineering Materials   3 4 Major compulsory
64/170 Electricity for machinery   3 4 Major compulsory
67/233 Welding Tecnology (2) 67/132 3 5 Major compulsory
67/234 Welding Tecnology (3) 67/132 3 5 Major compulsory
64/254 Quality Control 64/141 3 4 Major compulsory
64/260 Engineering Mechanics   3 4 Major compulsory
64/263 Physical Metallurgy 64/162 3 4 Major compulsory
67/265 Welding Metallurgy 64/263 3 4 Major compulsory
67/266 Non-Destructive Testing 64/162 3 4 Major compulsory
67/335 Special Welding Processes 67/233 3 5 Major compulsory
67/381 Welding Specifications & Costing   3 4 Major compulsory
67/200 Field Training (1) [Summer] 29 Cr. 2 10 Major compulsory
67/300 Field Training (2) 67/200 4 20 Major compulsory
64/215 Metal Forming 64/114 0r 64/115 3 5 Major elective course
64/253 Material Handling & Inventory   3 4 Major elective course
64/257 Production Planning & Control   3 4 Major elective course
64/273 Mechatronics 64/170 3 4 Major elective course
64/280 Thermodynamics 76/105 3 4 Major elective course
64/281 Fluid Mechanics 76/105 3 4 Major elective course
64/323 Machines & Equip. Maintenance 64/130 or 64/115 3 5 Major elective course
64/364 Non-Metallic Eng. Materials 64/162 3 4 Major elective course
67/336 Polymer Joining 64/162 3 4 Major elective course
67/399 Welding Projects 64/115 & 67/132 3 5 Major elective course
Faculty Members

Faculty Member Name title Room Number Building office Phone Email
Slah Abdulla Alali Professor 2125 204   sa.ali@paaet.edu.kw
Yaqoup Alobaid Professor 2146 204 22314802 yf.alobaid@paaet.edu.kw
Ayman Alaskari Associate Professor 2119 204 22314856 am.alaskari@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulla Almazrouee Associate Professor 2113 204 22314858 ai.almazrouee@paaet.edu.kw
Ali Almudhaf Associate Professor 2117 204 22314805 af.almudhaf@paaet.edu.kw
Eissa Almushaiee Associate Professor 2145 204 22314806 ea.almeshaiee@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulkarem Aloraier Associate Professor 2121 204 22314857 as.aloraier@paaet.edu.kw
Samy Oraby Associate Professor 2123 204 22314846 se.oraby@paaet.edu.kw
Ali Almandeel Assistant Professor 2148 204 22314869 as.almandeel@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulaziz Aladwani Assistant Professor 2110 204 22314804 ae.aladwani@paaet.edu.kw
Abdullah Alajmi Assistant Professor 2137 204 22314812 ama.alajmi1@paaet.edu.kw
Awad Alasaimee Assistant Professor 2116 204 22314814 as.alasaimee@paaet.edu.kw
Fawzan Alfares Assistant Professor 2127 204 22314859 fs.alfares@paaet.edu.kw
Jasem Alqabandi Assistant Professor 2166 204 22314853 ja.alqabandi@paaet.edu.kw
Khaled Alrashdan Assistant Professor 2147 204 22314848 kr.alrashdan@paaet.edu.kw
Mahdi Alajmi Assistant Professor 2115 204 22314861 ms.alajmi@paaet.edu.kw
Mohammad Alrashidi Assistant Professor 2139 204 22314809 mf.alrashidi@paaet.edu.kw
Saleh Alhajri Assistant Professor 2114 204 22314849 sn.alhajeri@paaet.edu.kw
Talal Alsaeed Assistant Professor 2152 204 22314819 ts.alsaeed@paaet.edu.kw
Ahmad Makadi Lecturer 2102 204 22314818 am.makady@paaet.edu.kw
Bothaina Althaqeb Lecturer 2101 204   be.althaqeb@paaet.edu.kw
Hamad Alkhaled Lecturer 2143 204 22314817 hk.alkhaled@paaet.edu.kw
Hani Almubarak Lecturer 2154 204 22314847 hr.almubarak@paaet.edu.kw
Mohey Eldin Kheder Lecturer 2150 204 22314813 me.khedr@paaet.edu.kw
Adnan M Alsulaiman Instructor 2135 204 22314825 am.alsulaiman@paaet.edu.kw
Fouad Abduljabar Instructor 2096 204 22314855 fa.ali@paaet.edu.kw
Salah Almudhaf Instructor 2141 204   sa.almudhaf@paaet.edu.kw
Yousef Alfarsi Instructor 2160 204 22314854 ya.alfarsi@paaet.edu.kw
Meshal Alawadhi Assistant Instructor 2108 204 22314867 my.alawadhi@paaet.edu.kw
Hussain A Kh Alenezi Assistant Instructor 2100 204 22314852 ha.alenezi@paaet.edu.kw
Saad Alsubaie Assistant Instructor 2164 204 22314816 sa.alsubaie@paaet.edu.kw
Maather Faisal Al-Mershed Specialist Trainer C Drawing Lab 30 22314771 mf.almorshad@paaet.edu.kw
Samir M. M. Alrewayeh Specialist Trainer C 2094 204 22314838 sm.alrewayeh@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulaatif H Ashatti Specialist Trainer C 2162 204 22314864 ah.alshatti@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulaziz Albannai Trainer B   204 22314845  
Hamza S. Aljiran Trainer B   204 22314835  
Hameady H. Almutairi Trainer B 2118 204 22314832 hh.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
Athoob A. Al-Abdaly Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 aa.alabdaly@paaet.edu.kw
Niran A. Aladwani Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 na.aladwani@paaet.edu.kw
Munyah Albader Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 mba.albader@paaet.edu.kw
Heba A. AlOmar AlDerbas Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 ha.alomar@paaet.edu.kw
Munirah R. Al-Hamad Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 mr.alhamad@paaet.edu.kw
Wael Almutawa Trainer A 2140 204 22314837 wy.almutawa@paaet.edu.kw
Farah H. AlRoshoud Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 fh.alroshood@paaet.edu.kw
Naser AlShallal Trainer A 2126 204 22314868 nm.alshallal@paaet.edu.kw
Hani S. Alsharrah Trainer A 2130 204 22314836 hs.alsharah@paaet.edu.kw
Fahad A A A Alshatti Trainer A 2097 204 22314834 fa.alshatti@paaet.edu.kw
Faisal A H Shamsaldeen Trainer A 2107 204 22314831 fa.shamsaldeen@paaet.edu.kw
Fahad S Sh Althalab Trainer A 2111 204 22314862 fs.althalab@paaet.edu.kw
Mohamed Ghazi Hilal Mechanical Engineer 2122 204 22314871 mg.hilal@paaet.edu.kw
Ahmed M. Shahata Mechanical Engineer 2120 204 22314823 am.shehata@paaet.edu.kw
Mohamed Alkandary Technician 2144 204 22314842 ma.alkandary@paaet.edu.kw
Suaad Alojaiman Department Secretary 2133 204 22314800/1 sa.alojaiman@paaet.edu.kw
Overview

The main objective of this department is to perform a qualifying technical and applied program for higher education students taking into account the quantity and quality of the manufacturing processes and their required maintenance and replacement processes. Additionally, departmental duties also include performing applied researches related to a wide spectrum of technological topics and, the arrangement of many short courses, lectures and seminars that are directed to environmental needs, market requirements and continuous educational programs. The Department is divided into two main academic divisions: Production Mechanics and Welding. The first division covers a wide domain of technological topics in different branches such as metrology and accuracy, material technology, conventional and advanced manufacturing techniques and maintenance processes. The other division, welding, covers a wide area of different conventional and advanced welding processes

Majors

The department offers two areas of specialization:

  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology

    Program Educational Objectives


    1. 1. To handle and to optimize the available resources in order to produce a required specific product using conventional and advanced manufacturing techniques bearing in mind attaining local, regional, and global quality standards and codes.
    2. 2. To communicate effectively in oral, written, and graphical forms considering the ability to perform effectively in a team environment either as a prime member, a supervisor, or a subordinate.
    3. 3. To gain a basic knowledge of the engineering maintenance and design aspects of manufacturing tools, materials, and machines with the capability to solve the emerging problems in the workplace.
    4. 4. To maintain high professional and ethical standards within the production plant and its organization polices and strategies (decision making, implementation, management, and optimization of systems and processes).
    5. 5. To continue their professional advancement through life-long learning opportunities and in-service training.

    Student Outcomes


    1. a. An ability to apply the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of the discipline to narrowly defined engineering technology activities.
    2. b. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems that require limited application of principles but extensive practical knowledge.
    3. c. An ability to conduct standard tests and measurements, and to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments
    4. d. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.
    5. e. An ability to identify, analyze, and solve narrowly defined engineering technology problems.
    6. f. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
    7. g. An understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.
    8. h. An understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities, including a respect for diversity
    9. i. A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.

    Program Criteria


    1. (a) materials and manufacturing processes.
    2. (b) product design process, tooling, and assembly.
    3. (c) manufacturing systems, automation, and operations.
    4. (d) statistics, quality and continuous improvement, and industrial organization and management.
  • Welding Technology
Laboratories

Manufacturing Engineering Technology Department has a variety of workshops and laboratories necessary to meet its requirements and to achieve its applied educational philosophy through the integration between theoretical study and practice.

  • Central College Workshops and theses include machines, welding processes, casting and formation of metals.
  • Materials Laboratory
  • Numerical Control Laboratories CNC
  • Ferrous and Heat Treatment Laboratories
  • Metrology Laboratories
Courses Offered

The department offers the following courses:


Mechanical Production Technology


Course Number Course Name Pre-req Credits hours Type
64/103 Engineering Drawing   2 4 General core course
64/105 Workshop Technology   1 3 General core course
76/105 Mathematics (1)   3 3 General core course
76/106 Mathematics (2) 76/105 3 3 General core course
56/113 Basic Physics   3 4 General core course
30/123 English Language (1)   3 5 General core course
30/160 English Language (2) 30/123 3 5 General core course
69/181 Computers   3 5 General core course
01/101 Islamic Culture   2 2 Genneral complementry course
64/252 Industrial Management   2 2 Genneral complementry course
81/298 Industrial Safety   2 2 Genneral complementry course
15/114 Industrial Psychology   2 2 General elective course
08/110 Physical Education   1 2 General elective course
07/141 Art Education (1)   1 2 General elective course
07/142 Art Education (2)   1 2 General elective course
13/151 Music Education   1 2 General elective course
21/164 Accounting   2 2 General elective course
27/166 Industrial Economics   2 2 General elective course
10/104 Library and Research   1 2 General elective course
22/104 Small Business Management   1 2 General elective course
03/112 Work Ethics and Loyalty   3 3 General elective course
64/104 Computer Aided Mech. Drawing 64/103 3 5 Major compulsory
64/114 Foundry and Welding Processes 64/105 3 5 Major compulsory
64/130 Machining Processes (1) 64/105 3 5 Major compulsory
64/141 Metrology & Measurements   3 4 Major compulsory
64/162 Engineering Materials   3 4 Major compulsory
64/170 Electricity for machinery   3 4 Major compulsory
64/215 Metal Forming 64/114 or 64/115 3 5 Major compulsory
64/231 Machining Processes (2) 64/130 3 5 Major compulsory
64/233 Machining Processes (3) 64/130 3 5 Major compulsory
64/235 Comp. Numerical Control [CNC] 64/130 3 5 Major compulsory
64/253 Material Handling & Inventory   3 4 Major compulsory
64/254 Quality Control 76/106 3 4 Major compulsory
64/260 Engineering Mechanics   3 4 Major compulsory
64/263 Physical Metallurgy 64/162 3 4 Major compulsory
64/323 Machines & Equip. Maint. 64/130 or 64/115 3 5 Major compulsory
64/200 Field Training (1) [Summer] 29 Cr. 2 10 Major compulsory
64/300 Field Training (2) 64/200 4 20 Major compulsory
64/257 Production Planning & Control   3 4 Major elective course
67/266 Non-Destructive Testing 64/162 3 4 Major elective course
64/273 Mechatronics 64/170 3 4 Major elective course
64/280 Thermodynamics 76/105 3 4 Major elective course
64/281 Fluid Mechanics 76/105 3 4 Major elective course
64/316 Non-Conv. Manuf. Processes 64/231 3 4 Major elective course
64/332 CAD/CAM 64/235 3 5 Major elective course
64/356 Operations Research 76/105&30/123 3 4 Major elective course
64/364 Non-Metallic Eng. Materials 64/162 3 4 Major elective course
64/399 Production Projects 64/215&64/130 3 5 Major elective course



Welding


Course Number Course Name Pre-req Credits hours Type
64/103 Engineering Drawing   2 4 General core course
64/105 Workshop Technology   1 3 General core course
76/105 Mathematics (1)   3 3 General core course
76/106 Mathematics (2) 76/105 3 3 General core course
56/113 Basic Physics   3 4 General core course
30/123 English Language (1)   3 5 General core course
30/160 English Language (2) 30/123 3 5 General core course
69/181 Computers   3 5 General core course
01/101 Islamic Culture   2 2 Genneral complementry course
64/252 Industrial Management   2 2 Genneral complementry course
81/298 Industrial Safety   2 2 Genneral complementry course
15/114 Industrial Psychology   2 2 General elective course
08/110 Physical Education   1 2 General elective course
07/141 Art Education (1)   1 2 General elective course
07/142 Art Education (2)   1 2 General elective course
13/151 Music Education   1 2 General elective course
21/164 Accounting   2 2 General elective course
27/166 Industrial Economics   2 2 General elective course
10/104 Library and Research   1 2 General elective course
22/104 Small Business Management   1 2 General elective course
03/112 Work Ethics and Loyalty   3 3 General elective course
64/104 Computer Aided Mech. Drawing 64/103 3 5 Major compulsory
64/115 Manufacturing Processes 64/105 3 5 Major compulsory
67/132 Welding Technology (1) 64/105 3 5 Major compulsory
64/141 Metrology & Measurements   3 4 Major compulsory
64/162 Engineering Materials   3 4 Major compulsory
64/170 Electricity for machinery   3 4 Major compulsory
67/233 Welding Tecnology (2) 67/132 3 5 Major compulsory
67/234 Welding Tecnology (3) 67/132 3 5 Major compulsory
64/254 Quality Control 64/141 3 4 Major compulsory
64/260 Engineering Mechanics   3 4 Major compulsory
64/263 Physical Metallurgy 64/162 3 4 Major compulsory
67/265 Welding Metallurgy 64/263 3 4 Major compulsory
67/266 Non-Destructive Testing 64/162 3 4 Major compulsory
67/335 Special Welding Processes 67/233 3 5 Major compulsory
67/381 Welding Specifications & Costing   3 4 Major compulsory
67/200 Field Training (1) [Summer] 29 Cr. 2 10 Major compulsory
67/300 Field Training (2) 67/200 4 20 Major compulsory
64/215 Metal Forming 64/114 0r 64/115 3 5 Major elective course
64/253 Material Handling & Inventory   3 4 Major elective course
64/257 Production Planning & Control   3 4 Major elective course
64/273 Mechatronics 64/170 3 4 Major elective course
64/280 Thermodynamics 76/105 3 4 Major elective course
64/281 Fluid Mechanics 76/105 3 4 Major elective course
64/323 Machines & Equip. Maintenance 64/130 or 64/115 3 5 Major elective course
64/364 Non-Metallic Eng. Materials 64/162 3 4 Major elective course
67/336 Polymer Joining 64/162 3 4 Major elective course
67/399 Welding Projects 64/115 & 67/132 3 5 Major elective course
Faculty Members

Faculty Member Name title Room Number Building office Phone Email
Slah Abdulla Alali Professor 2125 204   sa.ali@paaet.edu.kw
Yaqoup Alobaid Professor 2146 204 22314802 yf.alobaid@paaet.edu.kw
Ayman Alaskari Associate Professor 2119 204 22314856 am.alaskari@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulla Almazrouee Associate Professor 2113 204 22314858 ai.almazrouee@paaet.edu.kw
Ali Almudhaf Associate Professor 2117 204 22314805 af.almudhaf@paaet.edu.kw
Eissa Almushaiee Associate Professor 2145 204 22314806 ea.almeshaiee@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulkarem Aloraier Associate Professor 2121 204 22314857 as.aloraier@paaet.edu.kw
Samy Oraby Associate Professor 2123 204 22314846 se.oraby@paaet.edu.kw
Ali Almandeel Assistant Professor 2148 204 22314869 as.almandeel@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulaziz Aladwani Assistant Professor 2110 204 22314804 ae.aladwani@paaet.edu.kw
Abdullah Alajmi Assistant Professor 2137 204 22314812 ama.alajmi1@paaet.edu.kw
Awad Alasaimee Assistant Professor 2116 204 22314814 as.alasaimee@paaet.edu.kw
Fawzan Alfares Assistant Professor 2127 204 22314859 fs.alfares@paaet.edu.kw
Jasem Alqabandi Assistant Professor 2166 204 22314853 ja.alqabandi@paaet.edu.kw
Khaled Alrashdan Assistant Professor 2147 204 22314848 kr.alrashdan@paaet.edu.kw
Mahdi Alajmi Assistant Professor 2115 204 22314861 ms.alajmi@paaet.edu.kw
Mohammad Alrashidi Assistant Professor 2139 204 22314809 mf.alrashidi@paaet.edu.kw
Saleh Alhajri Assistant Professor 2114 204 22314849 sn.alhajeri@paaet.edu.kw
Talal Alsaeed Assistant Professor 2152 204 22314819 ts.alsaeed@paaet.edu.kw
Ahmad Makadi Lecturer 2102 204 22314818 am.makady@paaet.edu.kw
Bothaina Althaqeb Lecturer 2101 204   be.althaqeb@paaet.edu.kw
Hamad Alkhaled Lecturer 2143 204 22314817 hk.alkhaled@paaet.edu.kw
Hani Almubarak Lecturer 2154 204 22314847 hr.almubarak@paaet.edu.kw
Mohey Eldin Kheder Lecturer 2150 204 22314813 me.khedr@paaet.edu.kw
Adnan M Alsulaiman Instructor 2135 204 22314825 am.alsulaiman@paaet.edu.kw
Fouad Abduljabar Instructor 2096 204 22314855 fa.ali@paaet.edu.kw
Salah Almudhaf Instructor 2141 204   sa.almudhaf@paaet.edu.kw
Yousef Alfarsi Instructor 2160 204 22314854 ya.alfarsi@paaet.edu.kw
Meshal Alawadhi Assistant Instructor 2108 204 22314867 my.alawadhi@paaet.edu.kw
Hussain A Kh Alenezi Assistant Instructor 2100 204 22314852 ha.alenezi@paaet.edu.kw
Saad Alsubaie Assistant Instructor 2164 204 22314816 sa.alsubaie@paaet.edu.kw
Maather Faisal Al-Mershed Specialist Trainer C Drawing Lab 30 22314771 mf.almorshad@paaet.edu.kw
Samir M. M. Alrewayeh Specialist Trainer C 2094 204 22314838 sm.alrewayeh@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulaatif H Ashatti Specialist Trainer C 2162 204 22314864 ah.alshatti@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulaziz Albannai Trainer B   204 22314845  
Hamza S. Aljiran Trainer B   204 22314835  
Hameady H. Almutairi Trainer B 2118 204 22314832 hh.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
Athoob A. Al-Abdaly Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 aa.alabdaly@paaet.edu.kw
Niran A. Aladwani Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 na.aladwani@paaet.edu.kw
Munyah Albader Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 mba.albader@paaet.edu.kw
Heba A. AlOmar AlDerbas Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 ha.alomar@paaet.edu.kw
Munirah R. Al-Hamad Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 mr.alhamad@paaet.edu.kw
Wael Almutawa Trainer A 2140 204 22314837 wy.almutawa@paaet.edu.kw
Farah H. AlRoshoud Trainer A Drawing Lab 30 22314771 fh.alroshood@paaet.edu.kw
Naser AlShallal Trainer A 2126 204 22314868 nm.alshallal@paaet.edu.kw
Hani S. Alsharrah Trainer A 2130 204 22314836 hs.alsharah@paaet.edu.kw
Fahad A A A Alshatti Trainer A 2097 204 22314834 fa.alshatti@paaet.edu.kw
Faisal A H Shamsaldeen Trainer A 2107 204 22314831 fa.shamsaldeen@paaet.edu.kw
Fahad S Sh Althalab Trainer A 2111 204 22314862 fs.althalab@paaet.edu.kw
Mohamed Ghazi Hilal Mechanical Engineer 2122 204 22314871 mg.hilal@paaet.edu.kw
Ahmed M. Shahata Mechanical Engineer 2120 204 22314823 am.shehata@paaet.edu.kw
Mohamed Alkandary Technician 2144 204 22314842 ma.alkandary@paaet.edu.kw
Suaad Alojaiman Department Secretary 2133 204 22314800/1 sa.alojaiman@paaet.edu.kw
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