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20% increase in enrollment, enthusiasm for “information society” joins KCGI, KCG 2010 entrance ceremony

With The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) The 2010 entrance ceremony was held on Saturday, April 10 at the Kyoto Station Graduate School Kyoto Station Satellite, and many motivated students who will play a role in the information-oriented society in the future joined the group.There was also a strong oath from the freshman representatives, "Everyone wants to work hard toward high goals."

This year, the number of students enrolled increased by about 20% compared to the previous year, and the large hall at the entrance ceremony venue was filled with new students, parents, and related parties.Introduction Wataru Hasegawa KCGI / KCG President Is a ceremony.Dr. Toshihide Maskawa, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics, introduced the word “Thinking” is the process of developing and processing memory. "Innovative thinking and creative thinking are important and are most appreciated in the real world."“Solution creativity is enhanced by enhancing the ability of the left brain as a logical thinking center while activating the right brain responsible for artistic creativity by listening to music and interacting with many, especially people from different worlds.” I said.In addition, he introduced that about 39,000 graduates (alumni) are highly regarded by the IT industry. I hope that you will be encouraged by me, "he said with words of encouragement and encouragement.

continue, Toshihide Ibaraki President, KCGI "I hope that you will not only be able to memorize the knowledge you will learn in the future, but also to find out and acquire the basic and essential things in it." The years you spend will be the brightest time in your life.Please enjoy this important time, make friends, absorb knowledge, and be fruitful. "

In response, Masaki Kawashita, a freshman representative (graduated from Kansai University and enrolled in KCGI), said, “In this era where there is no social development without computerization, advanced information engineers are required.I will take the mission of realizing an ideal information society and will continue to make efforts to develop the school while inheriting the prestigious KCGI and KCG traditions. "

After this, there were orientations and parent talks, and students took a new step as members of the group.