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The University of Bamenda signs Memoranda of Understanding with some Corporate Institutions

On Wednesday, 21 July 2021, The University of Bamenda officially signed Memoranda of Understanding with nine (9) corporate Institutions.

The University of Bamenda signs Memoranda of Understanding with some Corporate Institutions

On Wednesday, 21 July 2021, The University of Bamenda officially signed Memoranda of Understanding with nine (9) corporate Institutions.

Speaking for the Vice-Chancellor and The UBa community, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor in charge of Teaching, Professionalisation and Development of Information and Communication Technologies (DVC/TIC), Prof. Suh Cheo Emmanuel, welcomed all guests to the Ceremony. In his address, he mentioned that these institutions have been informal partners of The UBa and following discussions both parties saw the need to formalise the cooperation ties. The Institutions are as follows:

  1. Afranta’s Cabinetry, a contemporary enterprise that offers civil engineering and woodwork services in particular;
  2. Aurora Building Materials Company LTD, which specialises in the production of local building materials;
  3. Community Credit Company (CCC) PLC, a micro finance institution that offers a wide range of financial services;
  4. Government Technical High School Bamenda, a high school that trains students in industrial and tertiary sciences;
  5. Nazareth Agro-pastoral Training and Production Centre, an institution that trains young professional farmers and helps them in their socio-economic insertion;
  6. North West Cooperative Association, the biggest arabica coffee producing cooperative in Cameroon;
  7. The National Employment Fund, an agency aimed at boosting employment through job orientation and job seeking techniques to job seekers all over the national territory;
  8. The North West Development Authority (MIDENO), which oversees, coordinates and supports agro-pastoral and rural development in the North West Region;
  9. Strategic Humanitarian Services (SHUMAS), a non-profit organisation that focuses on integrated sustainable rural and urban poor development;

All of these institutions which have as social responsibility to contribute to the overall progress and development of youths, pledged to assist The University of Bamenda to prepare students for the job market through professional internships in their respective domains.

Closing this event which was duly organised by the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor/RCB, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor/TIC promised a continuous collaboration based on mutual benefit and respect of each of the Parties.

 

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