International Conference on Technical Sciences kicks off to explore sustainable ways in Libya
The 4th International Conference on Technical Sciences organised by the Ministry of Technical Education under the auspices of the Libyan Postal, Telecommunications and Information Technology Holding Company kicked off on Monday.
The opening of the conference was attended by Minister of Technical Education Yekhlef Seifao, Minister of Youth Fathallah Al-Zini, and Minister of State for Immigration Affairs and a number of undersecretaries and those interested in the education sector.
On the sidelines of the opening of the conference, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Ministry of Youth and the Ministry of Technical Education to implement the technical literacy project.
Under this memorandum, the two sides agreed to prepare a technical literacy project for Libyan youth who want to develop their capabilities in basic information technology and work independently and with others to use technical tools responsibly, appropriately and effectively to access, manage, integrate, evaluate information technology.
The project is run by a management committee consisting of the first party, the Ministry of Technical Education and the second party, the Ministry of Youth, which deals with the three-party conference.
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