IBS graduates in Wabag challenged to be competitive in workplace


THRITY-three students graduated with a certificate in accounting and information communication technology during the at the Institute of Business Studies in Wabag, Enga.
A total of 20 students graduated with Bachelor of Business majoring in accounting and 12 Bachelor of Information Technology at the Iryla open campus, outside Wabag town.
The vice-chancellor of the Institute of Business Studies, Edward Silva, challenged the graduates to be competitive.
He urged the graduates to be role models to others and utilise what they had learnt in school to become productive member of the organisations they would be working with.
Enga provincial deputy administrator for social service, John Iso encouraged the graduates to go out and find a job.
Iso said that there were not many job opportunities in the province.
He urged them to go out and not sit back in Enga and wait for an opportunity to come.
“IBS offers quality course but not much job employment opportunities are available in the province or even the country,” he said.
Iso said Enga government is trying its best to look for jobs for the graduates wherever possible. He thanked Governor, Sir Peter Ipatas for helping establish IBS.

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