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DMI graduates challenged to make impact on labour market

Deputy Minister of Education, Nancy Chaola Mdooko, has urged fresh graduates from DMI St. John the Baptist University to utilise their knowledge to transform the country.

Mdooko, who was in Lilongwe at the University’s ninth graduation ceremony on Friday, said this can help the nation meet the Malawi 2063 Agenda.

“The Ministry of Education is implementing ‘Human Capital Development’ an enabler number five in the Malawi 2063 which, among others, ensures that we impart and develop new skills in the youthful generation to have a skilled labour force,” Mdooko said.

She then urged all higher learning institutions to get registered with the National Council for Higher Education and align their programmes to the development vision.

Benedicto Okomaatani Malunga, the University’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor, called for the graduates’ quick adaptation to working environments, to prove the school’s worth in local and international labour markets.

The institution was founded in 2011 by the missionaries of MMI & DMI with the approval of the Malawi Government and the National Council for Higher Education.


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  • Mayeso Chikhadzula joined MBC in 2006, he's an Investigative Journalist and Principal Reporter. He's also a News Anchor, Presenter, and producer.

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