CLASSES at the University of Natural Resources and Environment (UNRE) Oro campus will resume with police on the ground to give security, a senior officer says.
Northern police commander Chief Insp Ewai Segi said the provincial government and university administration had decided on this action following an attack on the students and school property recently.
“UNRE incident was addressed by the provincial government and the UNRE director while I was away,” he said.
ALL remote schools in the education system will receive a special payment of K10 million as an additional grant in the fourth term, Education secretary Dr Uke Kombra says.
Kombra said the additional grant would be paid in the last term with the Government Tuition Fee Subsidy (GTFS) for 2022.
“Remote schools will receive their K10 million special grants together with the K158 million budgeted for the final quarter payment,” he said.
“Remote schools face higher costs of services.
“This is a subsidy on top of their normal grants to support schools.”
Meanwhile, Kombra said all subsidies for term three would be paid soon.
The Grade 12 Written Expression Examination for this year 2022 is on Monday 15th of August.
The Papua New Guinea National Examination Dates for the 2022 academic year are outlined below.
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THE Caritas Business College will look into expanding its classroom space with funds raised from a recent annual cultural show held on Saturday at the school in Port Moresby.
The cultural show coordinator, Esther Mwayemwana, said they needed more room due to the increasing number of students since the college was formed last year.
“Our recently established business college caters for both males and females and the numbers that have come in to register have increased so much.
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Howarig Traders, locally registered SME, held a two-days seminar at the Lamana hotel in Port Moresby over the weekend to help people learn about how to do investment in the Global Forex Trading. Online.
The seminar was presented by Howarig Trader’s director Mr. Peter Kinjap and is purposely to help people avoid being subject to online scammers and also have a fair knowledge and understanding about Global Forex Trade including the Bitcoin, Crypto currency and CashFX.
TEN pioneer students of Pacific Training Institute graduated with national certificate one (NC1) in heavy equipment fitting on Thursday after six months of training at 11-Mile, outside Lae.
Director of Pacific Cranes and Engineering and Pacific Training Institute Sam Ale said the all-male class started training earlier this year.
Ale said the institute was established by the Pacific Crane and Engineering Limited which designed the programme.
The programme was aimed at training and equipping students with skills used in the industry.
ENGA students attending tertiary institutions in the country have promised to work with re-elected Governor Sir Peter Ipatas to restore peace following General Election 2022 violence in the province.
University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) Enga students association president Liapson John said Enga students from tertiary institutions including UPNG School of Medicine and Health Sciences would unite with Sir Peter to ensure the return of peace.
SCHOOLS in Port Moresby suspended classes yesterday morning following a citywide outbreak of street fighting sparked by disgruntled supporters of General Election 2022 (GE22) candidates over the counting of ballots.
“After watching a few video clips on social media (Facebook) on the street fighting featuring bush-wielding assailants in the city, we have directed school principals and head teachers in the vicinity of the city to suspend classes and send school girls and boys home,” National Capital District (NCD) education assistant secretary Sam Lora told The National.
He said the safety of the students was paramount so “we have advised school administrations to assess the situation closely and carefully before releasing the students home”.
“We have been monitoring live updates on social media and also keep up with the news to assess the situation to help us reach a decision on the next step to take from today on.
The Department of Education has deferred the Grade 12 Written Expression Examination by two weeks.
The Grade 12 written expression was scheduled to be conducted on Monday 1st of August which is next week. This examination is now deferred to Monday 15th Monday, August, 2022.
The deferral of the examination is due to election related issues the country is facing now.
Education Secretary Dr. Uke Kombra said most students around the country did not turn up to their schools and receive their examination reading materials yesterday (25the Monday, July).
"We would like to provide conducive enrolment for our children'. We have now deferred the Grade 12 Examinations by two weeks"
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