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Training to Civil Engineering Students at URACCAN Bilwi Campus
Training to Civil Engineering Students at URACCAN Bilwi Campus
Neylin Calderon

Complying with the regulations of completion of studies

Complying with URACCAN's completion regulations, the Research and Postgraduate area of the Bilwi campus trained graduate students of the Civil Engineering career in the realization of the technical articles, taken up from the writing guide of the same.

According to the teacher Rosa Palacios, there are six innovative projects that were presented by the graduates and that will now continue with the drafting of technical articles, for the respective degree.

"We have a generation that has concluded with its innovative projects, it is the first experience that you have in the enclosure with that form of completion of studies; so, to fulfill and do their titlework, they have to make a technical report, we are inducing them for the drafting of these articles," Palacios explained.

Among the topics that students chose for their projects are: "Design of rigid pavement from the urban sub section to the main retainer to the Bilwi Regional Hospital"; "Design and construction of an area of Health Sciences URACCAN Bilwi Enclosure"; "Technical study and semi-rigid pavement design of the stretch of road via El Retén-comunidad Kamla" and the "Design and construction of the Feliciano White School Center".