H E Dr Mohammed bin Saleh Al Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry and Chairman and Managing Director of Qatar Petroleum, congratulating one of the graduates.
Doha: Qatar Petroleum (QP) recognised yesterday 207 QP-sponsored Qatari students who have successfully completed their scholarships and training programmes in Qatar and abroad in various disciplines from January until August last year.
The QP Graduates Recognition Ceremony 2013, organised by QP’s Corporate Training Department, honoured the following graduates: Three Master’s degree holders, 126 Bachelor’s degree, eight Higher National Diploma, 16 Diploma, 18 Office Practice Certificates, 25 Technician certificates from TAFE (Technical and Further Education) and 11 Fireman certificate from Ras Laffan Safety and Emergency College.
H E Dr Mohammed bin Saleh Al Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry and Chairman and Managing Director of QP, congratulated the graduates and presented them with certificates of appreciation for their dedication in their studies and in recognition of their academic achievements.
He said that QP’s scholarship programme is fully aligned with human development as articulated in Qatar National Vision 2030. He expressed confidence that this batch of graduates would contribute significantly not only to the efficiency of the corporation’s extensive operations but also to the continued development of the Qatar.
QP Director of Administration Ahmad Ali Abdulla Al Mawlawi also praised the graduates. Many graduates completed their studies in Qatar, while others were enrolled in universities and academic institutions in Australia, France, the UK and the US. The Peninsula