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The agreement was signed at the QITS premises at Abu Hamour by Erhama Al Kaabi, RasGas Employee Development and Welfare Group Manager and Abdulla Shams, Manager, QITS.
Al Kaabi said the project is aligned to the Qatar National Vision 2030, which recognises education as a key component of Qatar's path to sustainability and in particular its human development pillar as the "development of all people to enable them to sustain a prosperous society."
He said the agreement between QITS and RasGas is also part of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of the company as it is an integral part of its business to implement a strong proactive CSR programme.
"We have been in touch with the QITS for long time now, as the students of the school have visited RasGas plant in Ras Laffan and also participated in interactive sessions with RasGas officials during the Qatar National Career Fair," he said, adding that many students of QITS have joined RasGas before.
Al Kaabi said the programme strengthens the company's connection with Qatari society and provides a structured framework for its corporate citizenship activities. RasGas' approach is to provide practical support for a range of worthy causes.
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