HIPDET President Salutes School Performance At HND National Level, offers scholarship to some students


During the graduation of the second batch of the Higher Institute of Professional Development and Training, HIPDET, the President Jean Vingala Atangche,  saluted the school management and the students for very excellent performance at the Higher National Diploma, HND examination for 2020.



            President of HIPDET


The President  revealed that of the first ten top students at the HND at the national level, eight were from HIPDET. He said despite the challenging period students from his institution braved the odds and took more lectures online because of the Covid-19, and still made it in flying colours which to him is thanks to the cream of lecturers both home and abroad.

To him, studying within this period of technological advancement, he can see that some of graduands would in the near future be flying in space stations and finding a cure for cancer while others find solution to global warming, preservation of natural resources, solution of environmental concerns and development of alternative energy sources.

According to the vision bearer of the Institution, Dr Troy Richardson, who is the Vice President, HIPDET is into partnership with some universities in Europe and America. HIPDET he said is being built on a solution based education and many students in the nearest future shall not envy going to Europe or America for education because HIPDET would be a reference in Cameroon and neighbouring countries.


          HIPDET Members 


With a student population of over 500, HIPDET has 10 Professors, 20 PhD and 45 Masters lecturers to give students all what they envy in schools overseas right here given its national and international standard. Another aspect is HIPDET which is classified under not for profit, shall be sourcing for grants from abroad to subsidize activities of the school which includes scholarships to outstanding students.

On his part the 1st deputy Mayor of the Bamenda III Council, Joseph Koti, who represented the Mayor applauded the resilience of the graduands and wondered aloud how they surmounted all the hurdles to make it. He said education is the key and he would prefer to die preaching the need for children to go to school because it is the bedrock of every society.

Caroline Wirkwa, HND class coordinator thanked the lecturers for mentoring them to come out in flying colours. To her HND is only the first step they shall all be back in the next academic year to pursue the degree program. The degree class coordinator thanked the founder and President of the Institution saying it is because of this laudable initiative that they graduands were opportune to drink from its fountain of wisdom. To him this degree obtained after imbibing the rich programs of the school, has just open the flood gates for them to explore other horizons in preparation for 2035 emergence either as lecturers or inventors.

The graduation ceremony of both degree and HND took place in Bamenda on Saturday September 27, in the presence of Divisional Officer and the Mayor of Bamenda III.

The graduation ceremony of both degree and HND took place in Bamenda on Saturday September 27, in the presence of Divisional Officer and the Mayor of Bamenda III.

By

 Nji Nelson Chefor

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