Along with that, Eshraqa commemorated Omani Environment Day by producing a generous contribution to Environmental Society of Oman the funds will be allocated towards capacity creating programmes that permit young Omani graduates to be hired and educated in the field of atmosphere conservation.
Nailesh Khimji, director of Khimji Ramdas, stated, “I would like to congratulate all the teams for carrying out our nation proud by placing up such an remarkable efficiency that testified to their stellar speaking expertise and in-depth understanding of the atmosphere.
“We proud that the teams trained by Khimji Training Institute have consistently emerged victorious at the regionals, each year, thanks to the dedication to our professionals who impart their experience, expertise and knowledge. As a stalwart supporter of Oman’s youth and the environment, we take it upon ourselves to groom talented young Omanis to play significant roles in the country’s economic development and in the conservation of environment.”
“It is always fulfilling to be part of a larger goal that serves a noble cause such as that of environment protection and conservation. With each passing year, we can see participants fully engaged and enthusiastic about championing for the environment,” stated Nadeem Ahmed, head of Khimji Training Institute.
Teams educated by KTI have been winning the contest at the regional level more than the final 3 years, consecutively. Khimji Ramdas Social Development Arm, Eshraqa, sponsored the national speaking contest organised by the Environment Society of Oman, taking the 4 winning teams beneath its wing in preparation of the regionals that have been held towards the finish of November.
The initiative falls beneath Eshraqa’s important founding pillar of ‘Education’ that seeks to unlock and optimise studying possibilities for Omani youth in collaboration with the government.
The team from Higher College of Technology won second spot for the theme, ‘People and the Planet: Finding a Sustainable Balance’, and the team from Ibri College of Technology secured third spot for the theme ‘Quality Education: Roadmap to Sustainable Development’. Along with six other individuals, they competed against 69 other individuals from colleges and universities across the Middle East and North Africa.
Information Source: Muscat Daily