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As a member of the KCG family, the power of “Reviving Japan”-2011 entrance ceremony 

The 2011 entrance ceremony of Kyoto Information Graduate University (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) was held at the Kyoto Information Graduate University Kyoto Station Satellite on April 9 (Saturday), and many highly motivated students joined.Although there were some new students who could not attend due to the Great East Japan Earthquake, the new student representative said, “Many people are working hard in the affected areas.There was also a strong oath that I would like to acquire technology and knowledge and make an effort to contribute to society to revive Japan.We will hold an entrance ceremony again for new students from the affected areas.

The large hall at the entrance ceremony hall was filled with new students, guardians, and related parties.First, Mr. Hiroshi Hasegawa, President of KCGI / KCG, gave a ceremony.After expressing his condolences to the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake, he stressed that new students became members of the “KCG family” from that day.“Japan's oldest KCG has a large network of alumni (graduates).“I hope that you will cherish these vertical connections when you enter KCG, and expand your horizontal connections while making many good friends.“Put your thoughts on the future and work hard to learn computer skills and open up your own path.”

Subsequently, Toshihide Ibaraki, President of KCGI called out, “I want to find my goals hard when I was a student and want me to move toward realization,” and then, “This disaster revealed that the communication network is still vulnerable. "“KCGI and KCG are professional training sites.I hope that students will contribute to the reconstruction of Japan as a professional with the knowledge and skills they have cultivated here, ”he said.

In response, Shinma Yoshimoto (Department of Information Engineering), a new student representative, stated his determination to make efforts for Japan's reconstruction and social contribution. “Staying with our colleagues and becoming an information engineer who supports society. I will continue my efforts. "

After this, there were orientation and parental gatherings, and students took a new step as members of the KCG family.