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Faisal bin Bandar appreciates the patriotism of “Ajlan and Bros.” for supporting the localization of human resources

14 April 2016

The Governor of Riyadh Region, His Royal Highness Prince Faisal bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz, appreciated the patriotic sense of the Ajlan & Bros Group and its financial support for the celebration, on the occasion of the Graduate and Job Day and its continuous support for the localization of jobs and the development of Saudi human resources tools. The ceremony organized by the Institute of Management yesterday for the opening of the activities of the graduate and the twentieth job at the King Salman Conference Center at the main center of the Institute and presented him with a memorial shield on the occasion.

Ajlan Al Ajlan expressed his thanks and appreciation to the Prince of Riyadh region, and said there is no doubt that his highness’s moral appreciation is commendable to us, indicating that his group has consistently interacted with programs supporting the enrichment of national competencies and the investment of human resources capabilities to activate their role in enhancing the capabilities of the national economy and effective communication with employers and applicants Jobs according to the latest methods.

He added that the support of the group and its interaction comes in response to and in response to the directives of our wise government led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz - may Allah protect him - and his trustworthy Crown Prince and Crown Prince - may Allah protect them - all of them, as the state pays great attention to developing the capabilities of the Saudi citizen as the center of development And development in our bright countries.

And he added, “The numbers are testimony to the integrity of the path of developing capabilities with high professionalism on the part of the Institute of Public Administration and confidence in its outputs, where 5028 jobs compete to win and win 1,006 graduates in 17 majors for those holding a university degree and hold a high school diploma, that is, an average of five jobs for each graduate of the institute.