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17th Competition for CAMES Aggregation: 34 Senegalese succeeded over 35 candidates

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One more successful candidate and Senegal would have obtained 100 % of success rate in the 17th Competition for Aggregation of Medicine, pharmacy, odontology and Veterinary of the African and Malagasy Council for Higher Education (CAMES).

Started last 3rd November, the aforementioned competition will end on Wednesday, 12th November in Yaoundé, Cameroon.

Over 35 candidates presented, the country of Macky Sall registered 34 successful who were admitted with excellent results.

These satisfactory results show again the quality of training offerred at the Cheikh Anta DIOP University of Dakar (UCAD) that always distinguished itself during the previous editions of this competition.

The new qualified teachers have found themselves in the specialities such as gynecology obstetrics, cardiovascular surgery, orthopedics-traumatology, oral surgery, neurology, genetics, and public health among others.

The prize-winners will be very honored soon at UCAD through a ceremony during which the University will offer them their gowns of teachers who have passed aggregation in front of their masters and respective families.

The leadership of UCAD was also confirmed with 28 teachers, chairmen of jury.

UCAD also supervised candidates from universities Gaston Berger of Saint-Louis and Thiès who are in the numbers.
 

Original textby: Blaise AKAME

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