23 November 2012

Kenya: Narok Holds Its First Graduation

NAROK University College will today hold its first graduation ceremony at the institution graduation square.

The university, which was established in year 2007, is a constituent college of Moi University.

More than 400 graduands are expected to be awarded with Degree and Diploma certificates. Higher Education minister Margaret Kamar, Moi University chancellor Prof Bethwell Ogot, his vice-chancellor Prof Richard Mibey, Institution chairman of the council Prof K ole Karei and the principal Prof David Serem will preside over the graduation.

Serem said the ceremony is a milestone for the university because the graduands are expected to take the acquired knowledge to the job market.

He added that even though the job market is competitive but the skills they acquired from the institution will give them levelage market in the market. Serem challenged the graduands to go out and subdue the world by being job creators rather job seekers.

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