It was on the 11th July 2018, the feast of St. Benedictine, that the management of Benedictine Vocation and Production Centre organised the first graduation ceremony since the school was opened in 1984. The number of graduates was 379 which is expected to increase in the next years’ graduation Ceremony since the date has been approved for every years’ graduation.
St. Kizito- Hospital- Matany, with a big number of Students, 75% from BVTPC –Tororo now Professional engineers, Mechanics, Plumbers, Builders, Electricians among others had Six Representatives Sent due to the tight working schedule that could not enable all to attend
Among them included:
- Mubakwe Patrick
- Pulukol Emmanuel
- Lajul Robert
- Akurut Sylvia
- Maruk Augustine Aleper
- Okidi Martin Acellam ( Plumbing in East Africa)
The representatives had a lot of experience; they met the OBs and OGs, shared their past and current working experiences, Creativity. The school started in 1984 as a farm by the White Father under the Patron Saint Benedictine and now produced many professionals.
The team therefore extends a vote of thanks to the Administration of St. Kizito Hospital –Matany for the support rendered to those who attended both Financially and giving them time to attend
The three Masons: Pulukol Emmanuel, Lajul Robert, Mubakwe Patrick and Okidi Martin Acellam the plumber after Graduating
The Six Representatives from Matany Hospital with their Relatives during the Graduation Ceremony- Tororo
The Cutting of the Graduation Cake by the Academic Principals, Lecturers and students’representatives