The SU Technical, Educational, Vocational Entrepreneurial Center held face-to-face graduation rites, honoring 39 scholars of the government’s Technical Education & Skills Development Authority in a simple but meaningful ceremony at the Audio Visual Theater.
In his message, TESDA Negros Oriental Provincial Director Joel Villagracia challenged the graduates to give meaning to their learnings in understanding the food production situation of the Province and of the country.
“Be productive and give value to the Certificate that you received,” Villagracia said.
The 20 scholars who earned their NC II Certificate for Animal Production in Swine, and another 19 scholars in Poultry-Chicken are “100 percent competent” after passing the assessment held on July 23 and 24.
The SU TEV Entrepreneurial Center used to be the School of Agro-Industrial & Technical Education. (Jameela Antoniette Mendoza)