URACCAN authorities conduct working session for the preparation of law minimums
Dr. Alta Hooker, rector of the University of the Autonomous Regions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast.
Judith Robleto

URACCAN campus New Guinea hosts the working session for the preparation of minimums of Law to be carried out from 27 to 30 April, which is led by the rector of this house of intercultural higher education, Dr. Alta Hooker, with the participation of area management, vice-chancellors of enclosures, rectory and vice-rectory general, as well as the Secretary General.

Since the arrival and opening of the working session of the team of interdisciplinary professors, they have taken the measures to prevent COVID-19, following the protocol installed in this study house to protect life

The work agenda focuses on topics such as reviewing the law minimums, reflecting on the results of planning for the first quarter of 2020, creating perspectives on second-quarter planning and what follows 2020, and discussing URACCAN's new intercultural life plan: progress and perspectives.

Work that ensures the educational quality of the intercultural community university

The agenda also includes knowing the state of the art of the minimums of Law in the university, for the verification provided for in the coming months.

In this context, the regulatory framework governing URACCAN as a house of knowledge and a member of the National Council of Universities of the country, notes that the National Council for Evaluation and Accreditation is the governing body and highest authority of the National System for the Assurance of the Quality of Education, created by Law 704 published in The Official Journal Gazette number 172 of September 12, 2011; it emerges as a need to achieve the quality of Nicaraguan education and to recognize the institutions of the system that strive to achieve it," he said through the process of planning outreach activities.