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MENAFN - Qatar News Agency - 14/01/2014
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(MENAFN - Qatar News Agency) HE Dr Mohammed bin Saleh Al Sada , the Minister of Energy and Industry ,who is also Chairman of Qatar Petroleum (QP) has asserted that Qatar Petroleum will further develop and support the Qatari youth through its strategic plans for education and training . In press remarks he made on the sidelines of a ceremony Qatar Petroleum held earlier Sunday night nto honour the 181 Qatari students and trainees on scholarships who have successfully completed their missions and study and training programs in a number of different disciplines , HE Dr. Al Sada said, " Qatar Petroleum's commitment to develop its human resources takes priority in all its strategies and this came in implementation of the pillars of the Qatar National Vision which was launched and sponsored by HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. HE further said ,"The government in its efforts for human development is acting with determination and persistence to build an state of the art educational system and unleash the potentials of its youth to build a modern society and a knowledge-based economy ." HE the minister also referred to the QP's plans for reactiviating and enhancing the skills and abilities of the Qatari youths noting however that the honouring of the new graduates is not only an honor for them , but we hope to be a milestone in their careers as they take their first professional steps and also marks the beginning of the relationship which will connect them and their families to such a leading national institution which believed in the ability of the Qataris young people and their abilities . HE Al Sada voiced happiness and pride to the efforts of the graduates who will join the crews of QP working in various locations and specialties . It is noted that among the 124 male students and 57 female students who were on scholarships , 10 male students have got master's degree , and 104 got the bachelor's degree , while the remaining graduates have got different scientific and technical certificates

 


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