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Honduras Defense University Offers Students a Quality Education

first_img“The advantage of these devices will be that a control tower will be able to record the information provided, and even if the buoys are destroyed, the evidence will remain secure in the tower’s virtual storage,” said Colonel Manuel Antonio Peraza Rivera, UDH’s vice rector for academics. This year, Honduras Defense University celebrates 10 years of providing members of the Honduran Armed Forces access to a top-notch Military university education for undergraduate and graduate students. This year, Honduras Defense University celebrates 10 years of providing members of the Honduran Armed Forces access to a top-notch Military university education for undergraduate and graduate students. For instance, one such project involves the development of an automated buoy that will allow users to establish control points with more rigorous technological support throughout Honduran waters. The prototype will include cameras and a radar system, and will offer the ability to verify whether a ship or underwater vessel is inside Honduran waters. In addition, the cameras will identify the type of ship that has entered Honduran waters, and will obtain real-time information about the vessel. Providing higher education to young Cadet candidates “The advantage of these devices will be that a control tower will be able to record the information provided, and even if the buoys are destroyed, the evidence will remain secure in the tower’s virtual storage,” said Colonel Manuel Antonio Peraza Rivera, UDH’s vice rector for academics. By Dialogo March 24, 2015 “Mechatronic engineering has arisen from the need for high technology that the military air, ground, and sea forces now have,” according to Rear Adm. Romero. “The requirements are greater and greater, and we need qualified people.” Students at each of these schools have the opportunity to study a wide array of courses related to the Armed Forces. The College of Military Sciences offers majors in Communications, War Materials, Intelligence, Artillery, and Engineering. Aeronautical Sciences offers majors in Military Piloting, Air Defense, and Logistics. And Naval Sciences offers Communications, General Studies, and Maritime Engineering. In addition, Cadet candidates from any of the academies may pursue a bachelor’s degree in Military Mechatronic Engineering or Military Nursing. For instance, one such project involves the development of an automated buoy that will allow users to establish control points with more rigorous technological support throughout Honduran waters. The prototype will include cameras and a radar system, and will offer the ability to verify whether a ship or underwater vessel is inside Honduran waters. In addition, the cameras will identify the type of ship that has entered Honduran waters, and will obtain real-time information about the vessel. “Before UDH was created, people who began a Military career found themselves in a difficult situation where the studies they had completed were not recognized at the university level, or they had to attend domestic or foreign universities to complete a university degree that normally had nothing to do with their Military careers.” Providing higher education to young Cadet candidates All of these courses help the Armed Forces prepare students to meet the Military’s technological challenges. For instance, every five years, UDH graduates a group of Cadets in Mechatronic Engineering who will be responsible for developing various projects. In 2016, UDH is expected to graduate 22 mechatronics students from the three academies. The education offered by UDH is one of the reasons that a high percentage of the officers in the Honduran Armed Forces has a college degree. Currently, 99 percent of the officers in the Honduran Military have at least an undergraduate degree; of those, 60 percent also have a master’s degree, according to Rear Adm. Romero. In the near future, UDH plans to create a doctorate program in Defense and Security, which would be a requirement for service members’ promotion to general officers. In addition to providing post-graduate courses, UDH also allows young people who are joining the Military the opportunity to pursue a college education. Every October, the latter take UDH’s admissions exam for a place in its classes, and hundreds are admitted every year. For example, on January 11, the university admitted 412 young Cadets between the ages of 16 and 22; of these, 156 were accepted at the College of Military Sciences; 146 at the College of Naval Sciences; and 110 at the College of Aeronautical Sciences. Education helps the Military improve its technology “For parents, UDH (Universidad de Defensa de Honduras) offers their children the best levels of education, with zero failures in class,” according to Rear Adm. Romero Burgos. “Our youth receives quality education and the assurance that they are immersed in a process to be educated with a view to serving their country, and this service will be with great dignity, knowing that there is sacrifice, but there is much more honor in serving one’s country.” In addition to providing post-graduate courses, UDH also allows young people who are joining the Military the opportunity to pursue a college education. Every October, the latter take UDH’s admissions exam for a place in its classes, and hundreds are admitted every year. For example, on January 11, the university admitted 412 young Cadets between the ages of 16 and 22; of these, 156 were accepted at the College of Military Sciences; 146 at the College of Naval Sciences; and 110 at the College of Aeronautical Sciences. Students at each of these schools have the opportunity to study a wide array of courses related to the Armed Forces. The College of Military Sciences offers majors in Communications, War Materials, Intelligence, Artillery, and Engineering. Aeronautical Sciences offers majors in Military Piloting, Air Defense, and Logistics. And Naval Sciences offers Communications, General Studies, and Maritime Engineering. In addition, Cadet candidates from any of the academies may pursue a bachelor’s degree in Military Mechatronic Engineering or Military Nursing. UDH is a pioneer in university-level Military education in Central America, according to UDH rector Rear Admiral Ramón Cristóbal Romero Burgos; it’s also part of the country’s university system, which consists of 20 universities, including 14 private and six public institutions. The university is public, and civilians are allowed to attend the university for graduate work. UDH is a pioneer in university-level Military education in Central America, according to UDH rector Rear Admiral Ramón Cristóbal Romero Burgos; it’s also part of the country’s university system, which consists of 20 universities, including 14 private and six public institutions. The university is public, and civilians are allowed to attend the university for graduate work. All of these courses help the Armed Forces prepare students to meet the Military’s technological challenges. For instance, every five years, UDH graduates a group of Cadets in Mechatronic Engineering who will be responsible for developing various projects. In 2016, UDH is expected to graduate 22 mechatronics students from the three academies. “For parents, UDH (Universidad de Defensa de Honduras) offers their children the best levels of education, with zero failures in class,” according to Rear Adm. Romero Burgos. “Our youth receives quality education and the assurance that they are immersed in a process to be educated with a view to serving their country, and this service will be with great dignity, knowing that there is sacrifice, but there is much more honor in serving one’s country.” After graduation, these students will join the Armed Forces Research and Development Institute to work on a variety of automation projects, including efforts to produce ammunition, buoys, and security systems. “Mechatronic engineering has arisen from the need for high technology that the military air, ground, and sea forces now have,” according to Rear Adm. Romero. “The requirements are greater and greater, and we need qualified people.” “Before UDH was created, people who began a Military career found themselves in a difficult situation where the studies they had completed were not recognized at the university level, or they had to attend domestic or foreign universities to complete a university degree that normally had nothing to do with their Military careers.” After graduation, these students will join the Armed Forces Research and Development Institute to work on a variety of automation projects, including efforts to produce ammunition, buoys, and security systems. Education helps the Military improve its technology The education offered by UDH is one of the reasons that a high percentage of the officers in the Honduran Armed Forces has a college degree. Currently, 99 percent of the officers in the Honduran Military have at least an undergraduate degree; of those, 60 percent also have a master’s degree, according to Rear Adm. Romero. In the near future, UDH plans to create a doctorate program in Defense and Security, which would be a requirement for service members’ promotion to general officers. THE DEATHS APRIL 17, 18, 19, 2015 Hi, the information is very interesting, but I just want to know is it for cadets? Or what do I have to do to be able to get into the UDH. I am currently study nursing at the UNAH, but because of financially issues, I would like to find a place I could serve and continue to study. I await information from you. Thank you very much When are the entrance exams and what are the requirements or where is there more information. Hi, I would like to know what the requirements are to be able to join and when are the exams. Good afternoon, I would like to know if there are distance learning or virtual courses for the staff in other countries. I appreciate any information that could be provided. Hi I would like to study for a nursing license but as a civilian where can I go for informationlast_img read more

City dwellers chasing peace prepared for long drives to work

first_imgVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:53Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:53 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p216p216pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenAustralia’s regional real estate hot spots01:54CAIRNS and national city dwellers are increasingly becoming more open to longer drives to work as acreage properties outside the city rapidly rise in popularity. Cairns Property Office manager Peter Hanrahan said he’d noticed an increase in inquires for properties from Feluga, south of Innisfail to Cooktown, west to Milla Milla and anything in between that was about 0.5ha or greater. “It’s been a long time coming with the smaller land releases from developers (in recent years),” Mr Hanrahan said. Cairns Property Office manager Peter Hanrahan said acreage properties were rapidly rising in popularity as city dwellers chased their own slice of peace and quiet. Picture: ISTOCK.“People have always wanted the space, the peace and quiet and this virus has just given them the time to think about what’s important and we’re seeing that push. There’s been inquires from (southern capital cities), where buyers are picking up these large land-only properties and just holding on to them to use in 15 years maybe.“I think we’ve all known for a long time that people have been wanting to get out of the cities and now we’re seeing it happen.” He said Cairns residents were happy to move further away from their place of work in the CBD, drive the extra distance each day, but enjoy the lifestyle of an acreage property. “Anything at Edmonton or Kuranda where they might have to drive 20 or 30 minutes is fine. A lot of these people are in their 40s-60s, good financial positions and they’re thinking they don’t need to be in tight neighbourhoods anymore. We’ve even had interest in people wanting to move to Babinda (while working in Cairns).” More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days agoCairns Property Office manager Peter Hanrahan said acreage properties outside of Cairns were becoming increasingly popular such as Lot 348, Whiting Rd, Milla MillaHe said the demand for the larger blocks, such as lot 348 Whiting Rd, Millaa Millaa (pictured), was being fairly reflected by their price tags. “Most suburban homes we’re selling are going for the mid $200,000s to the $400,000s, but buyers are willing to pay a premium price for an acreage lot. “It’s important to remember when buying one of these, to look for a “front row” property – something with the river, ocean, a creek or the rainforest right in front. That’s a true acreage property and where you’ll find the most value down the track.”last_img read more

Nostalgic Rohit Sharma Walks Down Memory Lane After Mumbai Indians Win Title

first_imgNew Delhi : Behind every successful journey, there is a lot of struggle and heartbreak that goes unnoticed. Done with the celebration and the post-match presentation at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Sunday, Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma took a trip down the memory lane as he walked back into the dressing room after lifting the IPL trophy for a record fourth time.With the noise settling down and the feeling of being the champions sinking in, Rohit took the boys down to May 20, 2018. A loss to Delhi Capitals (then Daredevils) at the Feroz Shah Kotla saw the Mumbai Indians’ journey end as they failed to qualify for the playoffs. This very team, which on Sunday was the cynosure of all eyes, had people questioning their ability and prowess. But the skipper had the back of the boys when things went downhill and the boys repaid the faith with the title this season.IANS has learnt that Rohit, after Sunday’s summit clash, in his speech inside the dressing room mentioned how he believed in the boys even when the chips were down and he was extremely proud of how they came back with a bang this season.“Last year after we couldn’t qualify for the playoffs in Delhi, I told you all that this is a damn good team we have. Our run (2018 season) didn’t go as expected, but I believed that this team can do wonders. Today we have shown our character. This is the hallmark of our team. We believed in each other till the last minute. Each one of you was exceptional this season and I am just the lucky guy who gets to lift the trophy. So, thank you to all the boys, support staff, management and everyone for being a part of this wonderful and historic journey,” Rohit said in his victory speech to the boys.In fact, sources in the know of developments said that this year too, Nita Ambani and Akash had a word with the boys after their loss to Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens on April 28. Speaking to the team in a huddle after the game, both the owners had told the boys to believe in themselves and their abilities. In fact, Akash had told the boys to avenge the defeat when the two teams would meet again at the Wankhede Stadium in a week. Not only did the boys avenge the loss with a resounding nine-wicket win, but they also went on to win the remaining two games of the season to be crowned champions. IANSAlso Read: SPORTS NEWSlast_img read more

State Competition in Table Tennis Begins This Weekend in BiH

first_imgThe table-tennis national championship in the senior competition of BiH will be held in the Sarajevo sports center in Skenderija on Saturday and Sunday (2-3 March).There will be 62 competitors in the male division, and 31 in the female division.The favorites to win the title in the male division are Admir Duranspahić, who plays in France, Srđan Miličević and Adnan Šehić, while Emina Hadžiahmetović and Dragana Kerkez are the favorites in the female division.last_img