MBEYA University of Science and Technology (MUST) has said it manages 23 projects worth 2.3bn/- in different sectors. MUST Vice-Councillor, Prof Joseph Msambichaka, revealed this during the fifth graduation ceremony held at the university where 774 students graduated.
They included 316 students who graduated with first degrees and 450 with diplomas. He said the university offers professional advice to the people, Government and organisations.
He added that the university manages 23 projects worth 2.3bn/- in different locations in the country. Prof Msambichaka said MUST is continuing to stimulate progress in different sectors especially the industrial sector.
“As we all know now the emphasis of our Government is laid on industrialisation. For the first time we have graduates in food science and technology, engineering minerals, electric engineering and communication engineering,” he said.
He asked the graduates to use their expertise in the establishment and promotion of industries in Tanzania, “we expect you graduates to continue in technology innovation and entrepreneurship. This nation needs industrial promotion and employment opportunities,” he said. Read more from dailynews.co.tz…
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