June 28, 2012

Over 100 students graduate in certificate from Hagaz Agricultural and Technical School

Over 100 students graduate in certificate from Hagaz Agricultural and Technical School

Hagaz, 28 June 2012 – A total of 101 students graduated in certificate on June 26 from Hagaz Agricultural and Technical School in Animal Science, Agro-mechanics, Plant Science, as well as Soil and Water Conservation.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Brother Aron Eyob, director of the school, called on the graduating batch to make due contribution towards ensuring food security.

Indicating that the role of well-equipped professional youths is a prerequisite to the nation-building process, Mr. Tesfai Sium, director general of technical and professional education department in the Education Ministry, stressed that the Government has made substantial investment in this regard. He also voiced appreciation for the quality service being rendered by the school, and called on the graduates to supplement the knowledge they have acquired through experience in their respective careers.

The representative of the graduating batch said that they would work hard to translate into deeds their pledge to back up national endeavors of realizing sustainable food security.
Reports indicate that a total of 700 students have graduated so far from Hagaz Agricultural and Technical School, and that the latest commencement is the 12th round.

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