Sandra Oblitas assures that high school graduates enrolled in the SNI exceed 80%

Sandra Oblitas, Minister of University Education, pointed out that 60% of enrolled high school graduates favor careers prioritized by the National Income System (SNI), such as education, health sciences, computing, engineering, among others.


The Minister of University Education, Sandra Oblitasreported this Wednesday, July 12, that in most of the states of Venezuela, the enrollment of high school graduates in the National Income System exceeds 80%.

Through an interview broadcast on Conatel Radio He highlighted that 45.19% belong to the male sex and 54.81% to the female sex.

In this sense, pointed out that 60% of the enrolled high school graduates favor the professions prioritized by the SNI.

“The academic offer of university studies is territorialized and tied to the Engines of Economic Development of Venezuela,” he said.

Oblitas said that before graduating, high school graduates will have job opportunities and internships.

Careers prioritized by the SNI

Basic sciences: physics, mathematics, geology, geochemistry, biology, chemistry, and all associated expressions.

Education: Initial, comprehensive basic, medium and technical.

Engineering, hydrocarbons, computing and informatics: maintenance, mechanics, materials, metallurgical, chemical, industrial, petroleum, electrical, electronic, environmental, natural resources, sanitary resources, hydraulic resources, automotive, petrochemical, telecommunications, information technology, among others.

Health Sciences: community integral medicine, pharmacy, nursing, physiatry, cytotechnology, bioanalysis and all expressions in this area.

Agricultural and marine sciences: fishing engineering, agricultural engineering, veterinary medicine, fishing and aquaculture, food technology, among others.

Through an interview broadcast on VPItv On June 22, the director of the Observatory of Universities, Carlos Meléndez denounced that university careers that have a direct impact on the political development of societies are excluded from the prioritization made by the National University Entrance System 2023.

“Only 19.5% of the careers prioritized in the Admission System are found in universities not controlled by the government, while 79.5% are located in universities where the national government exercises control,” he explained.

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