Systems Engineering Students take hands-on class in the subject Technological Projects
One of the students of Systems Engineering, applying his knowledge of structural wiring.
Jindriska Mayorga Polanco

As part of the subject Technological Projects, taught by the teacher Elkis Ortega, coordinator of Educational Technology of the Las Minas campus, young fourth-year students of Systems Engineering are carrying out structured wiring practices.

"At the request of the UNEN area, wiring is being done to leave 8 Internet outlets. Taking advantage of the that I am giving them the subject, we organize so that students could do the practice in this area," she explained.

He also indicated that it was a very good experience for students, because they combined theory with practice, because "it is not every day in college that this type of work is done, this will allow them to expand their learning".

Student Faruc Chavarría said that the work they are doing is very important, because they are facing daily work. "I am satisfied because we see a lot of theory in classrooms and this is a way to complement the knowledge we have acquired," the young man added.

The student stated that "right now we are embarking on a path, we have been working in conjunction with the teacher and she gave us the guidelines and standards that should be applied in this type of wiring".

It should be mentioned that practices develop skills and attitudes in the face of a specific job or job, showing everything you know and expanding your knowledge of your sector.