Don Bosco Technical Institute graduates urged to uphold school values

Youth & Careers

Don Bosco Technical Institute (DBTI) graduates have been urged to uphold the school’s value when they leave.
Acting Rector Clifford Morais told the 90 students who graduated with technical skills last week, to follow in the path while upholding values and goals set by the school’s founder, St John Bosco.
The schools’s 17th graduation was held in its gymnasium.
DBTI is a higher tertiary institution that enrols Grade 12 school leavers.
Campus is at Taurama in Port Moresby.
Morais congratulated the graduands for choosing a technical career path and encouraged them to take up the challenge to teach their specialised trades.
He said the students were taught to follow Christian values and attitudes which, he hoped, would be taken with them wherever they went.
Acting deputy secretary for technical vocational education training (TVET), Wini Leka, asked the students to teach their trades.
“I commend the school for its contributions in training technical work needed to meet the country’s increasing shortfalls,” he said.
“I ask the students to teach what they learnt.” The DBTI, under the Divine Word University’s programme, awarded 10 students with a diploma in technical and 80 with a bachelor of education-technical in computer, electrical, electronics, machine fitting, and machining and motor vehicle technologies.

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