Commemorating its 91st National Day, Saudi Arabia held dozens of celebrations across the Kingdom to mark the annual event on September 23.
Employees of the Secondary Industrial Institute held their celebrations on September 22 during the technical carnival that was inaugurated at Jeddah’s centrally-located Al Salaam Mall marking the 91st National Day. The event began with a speech by the Director of the Institute, Dr. Yasser Shams Al-Haq Miyagi, who on behalf of his colleagues, employees, and trainees, extended his congratulations to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud and His Highness the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al-Saud, and to the Saudi nationals on the occasion.
Dr. Miyagi spoke on the great national achievements, supported by prominent personalities who assumed enormous responsibilities in building and unifying the country, beginning in 1932 with King Abdulaziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud, the founding father and the first king who united the two kingdoms of Hejaz and Nejd into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The event included many technical and professional disciplines and dissemination of the culture of technical and vocational training. Some of the most prominent ones were the development of automatic control systems by programming electronic robots in the Department of Electronics; the identification of printing, thermal printing, and laser engraving in the Automatic Printing Department; the operation of CNC machines in the Department of General Mechanics; the exhibition of one hundred products for the institute’s trainees under the slogan “Made in the Industrial Institute of Jeddah”; and the children’s entertainment corner to colour professional drawings and the logo of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation.