The first presentation was given by Mr Jonathan Josephs from Civil Engineering. He gave tips on how to be an influential engineer which include: Leadership, Creativity, Critical thinking and communication. He also encouraged the students to improve their Chinese and associate in Belt and Road enterprise events.
Mr Emmanuel Baoteng from Mechanical Engineering gave the second presentation and emphasized that an Engineer should have basic knowledge of every other Engineering field and urged the students to excel in their reading and interpretation of drawings.
The third presentation was addressed by Mr Ernest Bonnah from Computer Science. He enlightened the audience that the reason why developed countries continue to develop is that whatever is being employed in industries is being taught in schools and he urged the students to take time to develop themselves.
Dr Haroon from field of Chemistry gave the fourth presentation and he elaborated on why Chemical engineering is one of the most important field there is and attested that all engineering fields belong to Chemical Engineering.
Mr Eric Mwanandiye from the field of Mathematics tried to make the audience understand that mathematics is the basics for all Engineers
The engineering seminar concluded with award giving to the debaters and the closing remarks were given by the new AIES president Samuel Soko.
Overall it was a successful event and we hope that there will be more of its kind
Reason Why My Engineering is the best engineer
My Engineering is the best engineering field because it is something of a jack of all trade –Beria Kasongo from Mechanical Engineering
Linus Pauling said “Only when I began studying chemical engineering at Oregon Agricultural College did I realize that I myself might discover something new about the nature of the world”- Samuel Selase Nyinaku from Chemical Engineering
My Engineering is the best engineering field because it allows me to work in any industry – Mvula Kiyambu Paul from Computer Science
Civil Engineering facilitates and sustains the growth of some of the world’s most developed metros by making possible the design and construction of structures that can accommodate a large population over a small area making success to a large workforce easy – Adibaku Raymond from Civil Engineering
Photos: Peter Kaba, Olive Media