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Ashour calls for more attention to the industrial higher education
Ashour calls for more attention to the industrial higher education
Magdy Ashour, member of the MB Parliamentary bloc, submitted an urgent request to Dr. Hany Helal, Minister of Higher Education regarding the lack of attention paid to the Industrial Higher Education at a time in which the state is calling for improved industrial education.
Wednesday, December 23,2009 19:36
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Magdy Ashour, member of the MB Parliamentary bloc, submitted an urgent request to Dr. Hany Helal, Minister of Higher Education regarding the lack of attention paid to the Industrial Higher Education at a time in which the state is calling for improved industrial education.

 

 

 

 

The MP denounced the way in which many departments taught at different stages of the industrial education did comply with the needs of the labour market. He stressed that some foreign countries requested expertise in specific departments however the Ministry of Labour Force was incapable of acquiring the required number of laborers because of the lack of knowledge of the laborers in these specific fields.

 

 

 

 

 The education policy makers  should be concerned with trying to develop and reform  the level of the industrial schools in order to attract larger numbers , especially as most people are affected by  the manners and behaviour of students who join these institutions." the MP added

 

tags: Magdy Ashour / MB Parliamentary Bloc / Higher Education / Labour Force / laborers
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