Aptech Harps On IT Education Among Youth

Following the lingering strike embarked by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Computer professionals around the world have advised Nigerian youths to seize other options such as enrolling in Aptech computer programs that will better equip them in gaining Admission effortlessly into Middle sex University.

Speaking in a career quest organized recently by Aptech computer Education in partner with Middle sex University in Lagos, the executive vice president of Aptech Computer Education worldwide Pravir Arora admonished Nigerian youths to join over 6million youths all over the world to acquire the knowledge of computer programs that will give them better advantage in gaining Admission into Middle sex University.

“ we have the capacity of impacting Nigerians youths with skills of Advance Diploma in Software engineering ADSE, which in return will cut the high rate of unemployment facing Nigerians and by using the skills to improve the economy, the country in the process will have no need for expatriate because the youths have been fully engaged in a profitable enterprise” he stated.

Also speaking at the seminal is the Pro vice-Chancellor of Middle sex University Prof. Raj Gil, he further encouraged Nigerian youths to see Aptech and Middle sex partnership as a window opportunity to better their selves within a short while.

His words: “Sincerely, there are problems all over the world and the cost of education everywhere in the world is going higher by the day.”

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