Graduation of 90 students will boost the number of Tvet teachers

Education

By JOY TOROME
Ninety students graduated on Thursday from Don Bosco Technological Institute in Port Moresby.
The students graduated in computer technology, electrical technology, electronics technology, maintenance and fitting/machining technology and motor vehicle technology.
Ten of them graduated with a diploma and 80 of them graduated with a bachelor in education in various courses.
Their admission to the PNG Teaching Service Commission (TSC) was witnessed by TSC acting Commissioner Samson Wangihomie.
These 80 graduands are now eligible to teach in technical schools in the country.
Graduands’ representative Tabitha Tiopili urged her fellow graduates to keep and spread the Bosconian spirit wherever their career took them to and to be upright Papuan New Guineans always.
She thanked all teachers for their tireless efforts, service, care and love they had bestowed upon them in their four years in school.
Tiopili also thanked parents for the sacrifices that they made for them so they could have a good life.
She is from a mixed parentage of Madang and Morobe and graduated with a bachelors in education – technical in electrical technology.
Tiopili received an award for being the best student in arts and music.
She said she was overwhelmed to get such an award.

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