2 July 2018

Eritrea: Asmara Technical School Graduates 200 Students

Asmara — The Asmara Technical School has graduated 200 students including 80 females with certificate on 1 July.

The graduates include 30 in auto mechanics, 24 in engineering, 29 in drafting, 29 in electricity, 25 in electronics, 10 in steel works, 27 in surveying, and 16 in wood works.

The director of the school, Mr. Kebede Tedla called on the graduates to apply the training they received practically on the ground and play due part in the nation building process.

Congratulating the students on their graduation day, the D. G. of Technical and Vocational training at the Ministry of Education, Mr. Tesfai Seyum on his part called on the graduates to live up to expectations of the people that provided them the opportunity of training.

The Asmara Technical School which is graduating for its 58th commencement has so far graduated over 10 thousand students.


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