Showing posts with the label PRO. VICTOR MBARIKA

ICT University Graduates Shine At National Pitch Competition, Heading For International Contest

By Raymond Dingana Thursday 29th February 2024 would for ever remain a memorable day for Anzia Juvis, Abdoul Azis, Baimam Boukar Jean Jacques and Chendjou Honore, all graduates of Information and Communication Technology ICT University Cameroon. This was when they flew the flag of ICT University high during the Cameroon National Pitch Competition organized by Aim Congress, and Accelerate Africa that held in Yaounde. Contestants At The Cameroon National Pitch Competition  More than 20 candidates with innovative solutions who answered present at the competition defended their start-up projects to see who represents Cameroon at the global competition in Abu Dhabi come May this year. Fortunately for one of the ICT student by name Juvis Anzia, her Tech Solution to Cancer caught the attention of the jury, and that was how she emerged winners. "The turning point is simple a breast cancer detection application, and IT detection device that detect cancer even at it's earliest stages wi

Combating Sexual Abuse: ICT University VC, Beauty Queens Urge Students To Condemn Act

ICT University VC In A Family Photo With Beauty Queens After The Anti- Sexual Abuse Seminar  By Raymond Dingana Students of the ICT University in Yaounde Cameroon have been urged to join the fight against sexual harassment, by denouncing cases of  sexual exploitations and other forms of inappropriate behaviors in the school environment. The call was echoed during a seminar organised by the ICT University to educate students and staff on what sexual abuse is all about and its consequences. The workshop was also an opportunity to inform the public that the phenomenon of sexual misuse is prohibited at ICT University and must be strongly condemned in all its facets. The sensitisation that was to prepare students and staff for a harmless teaching-learning environment, comes ahead of the start of Fall Semester (October 2023) at the ICT University wherein admissions are ongoing to end on September 29, 2023. Discussions during the training seminar that held under the theme:" Sexual Harass

ICT University Graduates Over 500 Prospective Job Creators At Historic Ceremony

Graduating Students Of ICT University During Graduation By Raymond Dingana Famous advanced institution of learning, the ICT University has graduated over 500 professionals in different fields with a potential for job creation to stimulate nationwide growth. This was during a flamboyant graduation ceremony that took place Saturday July 29, 2023 in the nation’s political capital Yaounde. Government ministers present included Elung Paul Che, Deputy Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic; Minette Libom Li Likeng of Post and Telecommunications: ISSA Tchiroma Bakary of Employment and Vocational Training: Pauline Irene Nguene of Social Affairs and Gregoire Owona of Labour and Social Security. Well-fortified with the know how to be job creators, the new professionals were encouraged to put into practice what they have learned in school. They were tasked to address the unemployment situation in Cameroon. For the founder of ICT University, Prof Victor Mbarika, sending out pr

At Introduction of Journalism Program, Media Gurus Tell ICT University Students To Lead Transformation

From (L) Prof. Victor Barika, Erick Chinje And Charles Ndongo By Raymond Dingana The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) University has added a new program on its menu. The new baby is the Journalism and Mass Communication Program of the institution poised to take the profession to another level. The launching ceremony of the package coincided with the ICT University Africa Digital Forum with the theme: ‘’The place of ICTs in modern journalism,’’ Wednesday July 26 in Yaounde. Media experts, Erick Nchinje and Charles Ndongo invited the learners to be crucial agents of change as they obtain knowledge at the prestigious institution of learning. Veteran journalist, Eric Chinje told the students that:    “ I have seen what technology can do in countries like Rwanda, Botswana. I tell you Kigali is the second cleanest city in the world thanks its evolution in technology. This generation has the future in their hands and they must take it because they are the soldiers in

PM Dion Ngute Requests ICT University Boss To Continue Shining Cameroon’s Image Abroad

PM Dion Ngute[R], Prof. Victor Mbarika[L] By Raymond Dingana Cameroon’s Prime Minister, Joseph Dion Ngute has urged Prof. Victor Mbarika of the Information and Communication Technology [ICT] University to multiply efforts on beaming the country’s image overseas. The PM made the declaration July 26 th in Yaounde during an audience granted Prof Victor Mbarika at the Star Building after the Professor’s return to the country from London where he won the African Achievers Award. The PM also used the occasion to acknowledge the distinguished professor on his fresh recognition as winner of the African Achievers Award. Prof Mbarika is a celebrated scholar with refined trappings in the promotion of education and ICTs.  The prestigious award was conferred on Prof Mbarika during a ceremony at the British House of Lords on July 14th.  The distinction came on the endorsement of the Advisory Board and under the authorization granted by Board of Trustees. In the spirit of President Paul Bi

PPRD Follow Up Committee Meeting: National Coordinator Invites Local Authorities To Get On Board

PPRD  Tamanjong Motuba Obese Talking At The Follow Up Committee Meeting Raymond Dingana  The National Coordinator of the Presidential Plan for the Reconstruction and Development of the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon has invited local development partners especially mayors to get on board and ensure that projects under the PPRD are executed in record time. Tamanjong Motuba Obese was speaking at the first ever Follow Up Committee Meeting for the PPRD recently in Bamenda chaired by North West Governor Adolphe Lele Lafrique. He said one of the challenges faced by the PPRD is poor collaboration coming from some administrators like mayors. I am Calling on mayors and other local development partners to provide maximum support to the United Nation Development Programmed UNDP so that all the projects are finished on time,   said Tamanjong. Tamanjong Motuba also disclosed that 3.2 billion CFAF will be used in the domain of Social Cohesion, over 14 billion on infrastructure rehabil