Hair beauty and beauty therapy profession could also be a leeway to economic emancipation to Tanzanians who are able able to pursue it, Managing Director of a Dar es salaam based Pure Academy of Hair and Aesthetics , Yasmim Shariff said in the city over the week-end.
Speaking this at the graduation ceremony of 23 students at the college, Shariff said Tanzanians must not make a mistake of putting al the eggs on one basket but instead acqure various kind of education which could be of use in the current competitive world.
She said time had gone when people used to think that it is only accedmic education which could be of befenefit to people attain them.
"It is vice-versa today when various sectors like beauty industry are a lucrative undertaking able to make people even rcher than those pursuing academic qualificications.
“Time has come when emphasis should be given to all sectors of education so that the country is to develop” she emphaszed.
Shariff also said for one to perform well in his or her job passion must be a driving force noting " in the world plagued by economic down turn and constant unrest it is only passion that can make the society stand together."
According to her the one year diploma course covered six months on hair beauty and another six months of beauty therapy.
Shariff also said her college is doing every thing possible so that their graduands are getting jobs in or outside the country.
The Pure Academy of Hair and Aesthetics college was opened last year and it’s the only beauty college in the country which issues diplomas.