Nduom School of Business And Technology Awards First Graduants $1,000

Nduom School of Business And Technology

The Nduom school of business and technology Ghana recently fulfills her promise to support brilliant graduates of the institute financially to set up in business.

In a ceremony which marks the first ever graduation of students of the institution, a total of twenty five (25) students comprising eight (8) females and seventeen (17) males were successfully graduated with varied academic honours.

Among these were eight (8) brilliant students who were awarded a cash amount of $1,000 each as start-up Seed-income to enable them initiate their own businesses.

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This goodwill gesture demonstrated by the leadership of the school serves a good example for all business owners and cooperate institutions to give back to society by supporting their clients financially to flourish.

This event took place at the Ayensudo campus of the school during the first graduation and also the third matriculation ceremony of students of the institute

In addressing the gathering, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, founder of the school stressed the need for all graduates and school leavers to venture into entrepreneurship as it is a wise means of investment in order to eradicate poverty and liberate themselves from lack.

He continued to say that, NBST is an institution that is aimed at societal impact through partnership and member commitments to the graduate’s success.

He therefore admonished the beneficiaries of the money to invest wisely, manage their businesses well, and multiply the funds for their own success.

On his part, Rev. Prof. Daniel Adjapong Nyarko, rector of NSBT added that, the school believes in partnership, and therefore has made conscious moves to establish partnership with some international Universities, particularly in the US.

Again, he revealed that, the school is in collaboration with the Ivorian Ministry of Technical and Vocational Education to help train their students in the English language in enhancing their proficiency of speech.