MTC Board of Trustees Holds Annual Meeting

Muscat: The Board of Trustees of the Military Technological College (MTC) held its annual meeting for 2023 at the College’s premises today.

The meeting was chaired by Dr. Mohammed Nasser Al Zaabi, Secretary General at the Ministry of Defence and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the College. During the meeting, several topics on the agenda were reviewed.

The MTC aims to achieve excellence in academic and technical education and training by providing specialized and accredited vocational programmes for the military and security units, as well as civil society.

The College seeks to be among the best academic military institutions in fields of research and internationally accredited in providing technical academic education.

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