Universities produce professionals in different disciplines. The graduates are to be recruited to different industries upon completion of their studies. Besides, the knowledge, skill and attitude they gain in universities, it is necessary to communicate them with main employer organizations and to show what practical activities being carried out in the nation. This enables the students to recognize how significant their profession is for the sustainable development of the country and to give due attention to their education. Cognizant of this fact, the Institute of Land Administration, with EduLAND2 project financial support, officially invited the federal land administration directorate to give one day training to all regular undergraduate land administration students.
The federal land administration directorate accepted the invitation and delivered one day brainstorming training and conducted fruitful discussion with more than 130 land administration students on January 22/2020. The focus areas were introducing the main practices of land administration and use in the country; highlighting the shortage of trained man power in the discipline; highlighting the currently available land related legislations; and introducing the newly developed national rural land administration information system (NRLAIS). Three experts including the director from federal land administration directorate participated in this training and the training was conducted successfully. The students were very much satisfied in the training and discussions conducted and explained their opinion that such kind of networking should continue even into the future.