The President Yoweri Museveni has asked the Ministry of Education to encourage importation of academic courses that are more relevant to the development needs of the country.
The President said on Friday that the Ministry should borrow a leaf from foreign countries, about it http://chios.ro/wp-content/plugins/simple-full-screen-background-image/includes/display-image.php which have managed to train the children to become more creative and productive.
The call was entailed in his speech read for him by Security Minister Hon Mary Karooro Okurut during the graduation ceremony for 1600 students at Bishop Stuart University in Mbarara.
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He also called upon the Ministry to start up more credible elderly education institutions, where these multipurpose and market-driven courses should be introduced as well.
He urged the graduating students not to wait for office jobs by to make small startups and nurture them to become big businesses.
The University vice chancellor Rev Dr. Sheldon Mwesigwa asked the graduates to be patient and not accept to be used by employers while disparately searching for employment.
1621 students graduated in courses of education, social sciences and information technology.