Graduates need to be disciplined and well-mannered – Vice President
24 August 2017, Ref: 2017-253

Vice President Abdulla Jihad has stated that students graduating tertiary studies need to be disciplined and well-mannered. He made this statement while addressing the Graduation Ceremony of the Maldives National University that was held in Dharubaaruge this evening.

In his speech, the Vice President highlighted the importance of finding a job after completing their studies to become self-reliant individuals. In addition, Vice President Jihad highlighted President Yameen’s emphasis on creating 95,000 job opportunities during his term.

The Vice President also highlighted the important role of the University in producing individuals who can contribute to nation building by working collaboratively with different institutions. Speaking along these lines Vice President Jihad highlighted some of the ongoing programmes with the partnership of different institutions; training of 3,000 teachers by the Ministry of Education and training 3,000 nurses by the Ministry of Health.

Before concluding his speech, the Vice President expressed his hopes that the graduates would fulfill their national responsibility of serving the Nation and appealed to the graduates to put into good use what they have learnt by finding creative solutions for National issues and take initiative in activities that are beneficial for the society.
 

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