UR-CAVM awards top 10 best performers and recognizes its partners

29 Dec 2022

Following the 8th University of Rwanda graduation ceremony held in NYAGATARE District, the College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (CAVM), Busogo campus in collaboration with UR- CAVM partners has organized the awarding ceremony of top 10 CAVM best performers and networking with its partners by offering them excited prizes as sign of recognition of their best performance during this academic year.

The best performers in their beautiful gown waiting to be rewarded
Among the key partners who attended this event, there were SINA GERARD the owner of URWIBUTSO ( NYIRANGARAMA ), Holland Green Tech, catholic Relief Service, Alpha Milk Company LTD, Veterinary Without Borders, Rwandan mountain tea, INYANGE factory and other more.
In his welcome remarks, Dr. Guillaume NYAGATARE, Principal of the College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Veterinary medicine (CAVM) welcomed all invites including UR-CAVM partners, staff and all students in general and the best performers in particular. He also took this opportunity to thank UR- CAVM partners for this good partnership by providing different awards such as laptops, smart phones and professional internships offered to the UR-CAVM best performers.

Best performers receiving their prizes from UR-CAVM Partners

For congratulating and in recognition of their efforts, students who performed better, received different prizes including laptop computers, cell phones and internship offered by Rwanda mountain tea, INYANGE factory and others companies from Rwanda private sector attended this event.

Partners awarded certificates of appreciation by the College
During this event UR- CAVM partners also received various prizes including UR branding materials and Grafted avocadoes HASI variety from the Management of the college in recognition of the usual collaboration and good partnership which will continue for the year ahead, to make the agriculture sector more productive.
Mr. SINA Gerard who represented the private sector encouraged students to become more entrepreneurs than job seekers.


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