Mnangagwa confers degrees to Chinhoyi University students

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has conferred degrees to 1 583 graduands at the 14th graduation ceremony held at Chinhoyi University of Technology.

Tichawona Katsvamutima

Chinhoyi University of Technology Vie Chancellor Professor David Simbi says the university is in the process of completing an innovation hub where industrial innovations and business incubation activities will be undertaken as the university is geared meeting industrial and modernisation requirements for vision 2030.

"The university is in the process of completing an innovation hub where industrial innovations and business incubation activities will be undertaken.

While the initial focus will be directed towards the development of medical bioengineering and biotechnologies, innovations in material synthesis and characterization, will also be undertaken, this will be followed by intense application, adoption and adaption of appropriate technology and engineering innovations" said Professor Simbi

Graduands who spoke to zifmnews.com said they expect the new government to create jobs and a fund for entrepreneurs to easy the unemployment gap.

"From this new government I just wish to get a job and employment which pays to cover my educational costs,” said one graduand.

The 1 583 graduands were drawn from schools and institute of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Creative Art and Design, Engeenering Sciences and Technology, Entrepreneurship and Business Science, Hospitality and Tourism, Widlife Ecology and Conservation

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