Academic area holds 2021 screening session
Expanded meeting of the academic secretariat area
Expanded meeting of the academic secretariat area

URACCAN venue New Guinea

With the main objective of working the projection of the academic year 2021, the academic secretariat area of URACCAN campus New Guinea, under the coordination of the teacher Consuelo Blandón, developed the first area session, where dates of annual activities were also consolidated.

The activity began with the reflection of the institutional mission and vision, in the light of the number of pre-triculated students who wish to professionalize at this intercultural community university.

According to Professor Blandón, "after the recruitment process, and all the work that is done to have the prestige that we have as a university, we have come up with an avalanche of students, wanting to study a career in our campus and in all the careers we offer," he said

Early and safe planning

In addition, as part of the dialogue and planning process, the first training of the year was reported, to be carried out between 18 and 21 February of the current; while a time replenishment review meeting is scheduled for the 22nd of this month.

In this sense, one of the events scheduled and close to confirming, is the graduation of professionals, scheduled for march 2021, with the presence of the University Council of URACCAN (CUU), as standard by this house of study.

Working from commitment and quality

According to Master Elder González, head of the science lab, in URACCAN campus New Guinea, "these spaces are important where the activities that are carried out are important, allowing joint planning, which makes us part of those so many processes lived in URACCAN, because it is also done with pleasure, with commitment," the official said.

This expanded meeting was also attended by accounting and human resources managers, who invited further work in accordance with institutional regulations and guidelines, using established communication channels.

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Judith Robleto