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903 Technical Pedagogy and Technology Students Graduated
AKP:Phnom Penh October 24, 2005
903 Cambodian students from Technical Pedagogy and National Institute of Technology received their Degrees at a ceremony October 24, 2005 presided over by Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen.
Most of the graduates are civil servants , from various institutions of the government, who have worked for between 10 and 17 years, according to a report delivered at the ceremony organized to confer Degrees to the graduates.
"Government's civil servants have since 2000 been allowed to take higher education", said Pok Pan, director of the National Institute of Technology. He attributed the opportunity to higher education to the decision made by head of the Cambodian government.
Speaking at the function, Samdech Hun Sen said the government has recognized and highly valued the important role played by teachers in transferring knowledge and skills to school children and youth and the improvement of educational quality.
"Knowledge, experience and personality represents a 3-angle point that would be indispensable from one another ", he said and added " We must strengthen partnership on education. If we fail to do that we will not be able to make fruitful achievements ". (ends)
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