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Byline: Stephen Otage
The Nnaabagereka of Buganda, Lady Sylvia Nagginda has urged schools to make career guidance a core part of their education system. This, she said, will help train graduates who choose courses they planned to undertake all their school life.
In a speech read for her by the Buganda Education Minister Dr Fred Masagazi during the closing of the Rainbow International School Career Fair at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel last week, she said focused learning is a must.
"Career guidance enables students to focus on a specific area acquiring knowledge and build a profession while reflecting on their abilities and interests," she said.