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Pedro Manuel Toledo heads the new Student Council of the UPCT (01/03/2018)

He is accompanied by María del Rosario López, Gonzalo Aguirre, Alejandro Peña, Jorge Zapata and Manuel Paredes to defend and inform the students

The Student Council of the Polytechnic University of Cartagena (UPCT) has a new president, Pedro Manuel Toledo, elected late yesterday.

Natural de Alcantarilla, 23 years old and student of the master's degree in Industrial Engineering, Toledo is a member of the Government Council and the Cloister of the Polytechnic and has previously been a delegate of the Industrial School and responsible for the Fiestas de San José.

Assumes the position with the purpose of "defending and informing the students" of their rights and obligations, such as those that will be included in the new evaluation regulations, "which improves the conditions of progress and permanence thanks to the work of the previous Student Council" , he says.

His predecessor at the head of the student representation of the Polytechnic of Cartagena, Francisco Joaquín Jiménez, has been president of the Council for the last two years and previously was vice president.

"It has been a very intense stage and a lot of teamwork.

The time has come to make way for new people with new ideas and to focus on finishing Architecture, "he says.

Pedro Manuel Toledo is accompanied in the new Student Council by the student of the Master of Industrial Engineering María del Rosario López, as secretary;

the student of ADE Gonzalo Aguirre, as treasurer;

Alejandro Peña, from the Escuela de Navales, as first vice president;

and Telematics students Jorge Zapata, vice president of activities, and Manuel Paredes, who remains on the Board, now as vice president of infrastructure.

Source: UPCT

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