Bill and Melinda Gate College of Health Technology Ningi has inducted its second set of 40 Pharmacy Technicians students
Hassan Haruna, Director, School of Pharmacy Technicians of the college explained that 40 out of 42 students successfully graduated with impressive performance.
He challenged the inductees to be guided by the ethics of the profession as they were equipped with the requisite knowledge and skills to effectively tackle challenges they may encounter in the course of their practice.
Haruna commended the chairman of the governing council of the college Alh Sule Abdulkadir Doguwa and the Provost Malam Garba Hussaini for their efforts in developing the college.
Presenting a paper during the induction ceremony, Pharm. Abdulkadir Ahmed admonished the students to venture into entrepreneurship in view of inadequate jobs availability.
He said entrepreneurship will help the students to be self-reliant even in their chosen profession.
Ahmed opined that entrepreneurship should be made compulsory in higher institutions in order to address evolving challenges related to unemployment.
In a remark, the Registrar, Pharmacy Technicians Council of Nigeria Bauchi State chapter Dr. Paul U.K, congratulated the graduands for their success in the last National Pre-Certification Examination (NPCE) held between August 31 to September 2, 2021.
Represented by Pharm. Nelpe Bakwa, the Registrar appreciated the Provost and heads of Pharmacy Technicians programmes of the institution for their commitment and support in training and mentoring the promising students.