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Batch 4 Dualtech Scholars to Leave for Laguna Next Week

WATCH: Seventeen scholarship grantees who belong to the Batch 4 of the Provincial Government’s Dualtech Scholarship Program will leave the province next week, to study a two-year Electro Mechanics Technology at Dualtech Training Center in Laguna.

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Seventeen scholarship grantees who belong to the Batch 4 of the Provincial Government’s Dualtech Scholarship Program will leave the province next week, to study a two-year Electro Mechanics Technology at Dualtech Training Center in Laguna.

The scholars are out-of-school youth from the different cities and municipalities of the province who qualified for the said scholarship.

Under the program, students will be taught basic skills, industrial skills, personal development, along with lessons on digital electronics and basic automation.

The technical-vocational scholarship program seeks to produce high quality electromechanic technicians in response to a growing demand both domestically and abroad.

The group had their final orientation held at the Negros Residences in Bacolod City, yesterday (Feb. 15) with Gov. Bong Lacson, Roger Sarmiento of Buglas Foundation, Inc., and Negros Occ. Scholarship Program Head, Karen Dinsay.

Gov. Lacson said that the training will provide the scholars with good livelihood opportunities that will improve the qualities of their life.

He advised the scholars to be diligent in their studies and to help their fellow Negrense-scholars in times of need.

At present, there are already 72 Negrense Dualtech scholars who are in Laguna, and the first three batches will be graduating this year.

Dualtech is a technical school with more than a thousand scholars from different provinces in the country whose main program focuses on electro mechanics technology that teaches basic skills, industrial skills, personal development, and further knowledge that include digital electronics and basic automation.

The school has 140 partner companies and has produced more than 12,000 graduates since 1982.*

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