Unitech’s job training at risk

The National,Thursday June 30th, 2016

JOB training and academic exchange programmes at the University of Technology will be adversely affected by recent violence on the Taraka campus, pro vice-chancellor (academic) Dr Augustine Moshi says.
He said this during a staff meeting on Tuesday.
The meeting among the academic and non-academic staff members was to discuss a situation report about recent events at the Taraka campus.
“Parents are so concerned about their students and want to know about the future of the academic year,” Moshi said.
“Employers are also very much concerned about what is happening here on campus because they have programmes to come here and recruit our final year students.
“ExxonMobil is coming here to do their recruitment on Monday, July 4. I do not think this is possible anymore.
“Other larger groups of employers and the National Engineering and Science Advisory Board are schedule to come here on Tuesday.
“That visit is still on and I am not cancelling it.
“We hope that we can have enough peace on campus to accommodate them.”