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Timely event

Ana Madigibuli
Friday, May 16, 2014

THE Fiji National University Engineering, Science and Technology exhibition charts the best way forward for children's future career, says Works, Transport and Public Utilities Minister Captain Timoci Natuva.

Captain Natuva who launched the week-long exhibition at the FNU Samabula Campus said the exhibition was a timely event to offer secondary school students and the workforce the opportunity to consider career options and enhancement of individual skills and professional aptitude.

"This exhibition also enables the university and industry to consider working in tandem to ensure that you continue to produce and develop a professional and competent national workforce," Captain Natuva said.

"The FNU is a strategic partner in this government's vision and this exhibition helps stimulate the education sector and industry alike to ensure that all Fijians can pursue career options of their choice."








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