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KCGI and KCG 2010 Enrollment Ceremony: 20% Increase in Enrollment; Highly Motivated Students Joining KCGI and KCG to "Lead the Information Society

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.The representative of the new students also made a strong pledge: "Each one of us will work hard to achieve high goals.

This year's enrollment was approximately 20% higher than the previous year, and the main hall was filled with new students, their parents, and others involved in the ceremony.At the beginning of the ceremony, Wataru Hasegawa, KCGI and KCG General Director, gave a speech.He introduced the words of Dr. Toshihide Maskawa, Nobel Prize winner in physics, "Thinking" is to develop and process memory," and emphasized that "the ability to think innovatively and creatively, to process and create by oneself using knowledge and technology as materials, is important and most valued in the real world.Solution creativity is enhanced by activating the right brain, which is responsible for artistic creativity, through music appreciation and interacting with many people, especially those from different worlds, while enhancing the left brain's capacity as a logical thinking center," he said.He also introduced the 39,000 graduates (alumni) who are highly regarded by the IT industry, and offered words of farewell and encouragement, saying, "I hope you will take pride in being a student of KCGI and KCG, and work hard to acquire knowledge and skills in IT-related subjects and to develop your abilities.

In his address, KCGI President Toshihide Ibaraki called on the students, "I hope that you will not only memorize the superficial knowledge you will learn at KCGI, but also discover and acquire the fundamental and essential things that lie within it.I hope you will enjoy this important time of your life, make friends, absorb knowledge, and make it fruitful.

In response, Mr. Maki Kawashita (Kansai University graduate, KCGI), a representative of the new students, said, "In this age when society cannot develop without information technology, advanced information engineers are in demand.We will strive for the development of the school, carrying on the mission of realizing an ideal information society and carrying on the traditions of the prestigious KCGI and KCG," he pledged.

This was followed by an orientation and parent-teacher conference, where the students took their first steps as members of the group.