[General] Is it right to say "practical practice methodology "?

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At the beginning of the meeting, the deputy Vice-Chancellor for Scientific and Cultural Affairs welcomed Prof. ............. and his accompanying delegation, giving a brief presentation on the university background, faculties, number of students and latest development, referring to the practical practice methodology pursued in the various training facilities.


I feel there is something wrong in this statement, or more!!. As an ESL student I wish I can get your help and thanks.
 

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What is the source of the quoted text?
 

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What is the source and who was the author (of the original)?
 
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This statement was written in Arabic, in the Arabic page of our university website, and its clear that this is just a report of a meeting we usually post in our website, although I am eager to know how knowing the author or the source of the text will help you to know if this statement I asked about is wrong or right!!
Author: Hassan (editor of the Arabic page). Source: (iua.edu.sd), The source of the English text above: Me: editor of the English page (en.iua.edu.sd).
 

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We ask for the source and author of quoted text in all cases, whether or not you consider those details germane to your question.

The word 'practice' appears to be redundant.
 
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