THE Balob Teachers College will offer a three-year diploma programme next year and introduce degree programmes for primary school teachers in 2106, according to principal Jerry Hendingao.
The college is run by the Lutheran church.
Hendingao received a cheque for K100,0000 from Bulolo MP Sam Basil, the chairman of the joint district planning and budget priority committee, for the 30 students from Bulolo studying at the college.
The students had signed an agreement with the district administration to serve their first five years in the district.
Basil said the district was committed to helping its students.
“Next year, 50% to 80% of the students sponsored will be from the Waria local level government,” Basil said.
Hendingao said development was in the hands of the people and if more people were trained like the teachers, more development would eventuate.
He said Basil supported development and it was a pity that the Government delayed the payment of development funds for the district last year.
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