The Third Graduation Ceremony of DMI took place on Saturday the 9th November in Lusaka, Zambia. The invitation was sent by the Very Rev. Fr. J.E. Arul Raj, the Chancellor of DMI-St. Eugene University. The new Catholic Campus looks impressive right from arrival. The University is offering various programmes ranging from Diploma to Bachelor in Engineering in Computer Science, Science in Information Technology or Electronics and Communication, Business Administration and Commerce or Social Work, Arts or Education. About 85 enthusiastic young women and men got their Degrees on this Third Graduation Ceremony. Among other guests of honour, the Honourable Professor Nkandu Luo, Minister for Chiefs & Traditional affairs gave and outstanding speech encouraging all new graduates to pursue their studies even further. In his inaugural speech, The Chancellor explained that the first mission of the University is to support the capacity building of the youth and the nation by offering employable education. To achieve this, DMI emphasizes on the value of discipline, family values, work ethics and good practices. DMI wants to become the best destination for science and technology studies in Zambia. Moreover, DMI has embarked on a virtual education initiative in Zambia, the first in this kind in Africa, to bring education in towns and villages aiming more specifically on girl’s education. DMI St. Eugene University will also offer scholarship for women. Top two student’s girls from every school in Zambia will be given 50% scholarship on the tuition fee for the whole period of their study in DMI starting from the next academic year. Under a scorching sun tempered by white tents, the Third Graduation Ceremony ended with the National Anthem conducted by the Police Band and a meal for everyone. Note: DMI has University Campus in Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, South Sudan and Ethiopia. DMI Group of Institutions in India amount to seventeen Campus from which financial assistance is collected for opening new Campus in Africa. DMI is also present in Brazil.