ICDE member, Mahatma Gandhi University Rwanda Unveils Series of Programs including FREE training, open forums, panel discussions, seminars and workshop at its Center for Training and Research

 
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MGU Chancellor and Founder/Owner, Dr. Rajan Chopra said “MGU endeavors to provide an environment for quality education at affordable rates to all sections of society for the students from diverse backgrounds, ethnicity, caste, creed and geographical areas. We are working towards accomplishing our mission through additional training, seminars, workshops, and special discussions provided “free of charge” to our students, as well as members of our community who want to become partners in growth and success of the University". 

Dr. Sinining, Vice Chancellor/Provost at Rwanda campus remarked, “the Center is a place where ideas come to life; where open discussion on social issues and global affairs that affect Rwanda are encouraged; where underprivileged but talented young men and women are provided FREE skills-based training programs; where young professionals connect, collaborate, and create innovative ideas through research; and where experienced professionals, local and national officials, and distinguished ambassadors share their views and transfer their knowledge and expertise to the next generation of leaders in Rwanda.”

In its series of events, the Center launches an Open Forum on “Empowering Women through ICT.” MGU Rwanda Director Dr. Varun Gupta said, “We honor women in Rwanda who are working hard in advancing the vision of President Kagame for Rwanda and the active engagement of women in ICT and in Politics.

A series of free training programs will soon be posted at Mahatma Gandhi University Rwanda website at www.mgu.ac.rw where the public can register online. Seats are limited so programs are on a first-come, first-served basis.

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