Thu, 03 Sep 2015 16:11 - Updated Thu, 03 Sep 2015 16:11
Polytechnic School puts 80 graduated in labor market
Cuito - At least eighty technicians trained at the Polytechnic School in Bié will be allocated this year in the labor market after completion of training, in order to contribute to improving the quality of services provided by state and private institutions in the province.
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Escola provincial Superior Politécnico do Bié
Photo: JILMAR ENOQUE
Gerson Palhares, Director - general of the Higher Polytechnic School of Bie
Photo: LEONARDO CASTRO
Speaking Thursday to Angop, the Director General of the Higher Polytechnic School of Bié, Gerson Palhares, stressed that among the graduated include technicians of the general nursing course and accounting and management.
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