CHIMBU may lack minerals but has the capacity to produce quality human resource for the country,
the province’s education adviser Essy Walkaima says.
He said this at the graduation of 44 teachers who had upgraded their qualification from certificate to diploma in primary teaching and Information Communication Technology (ICT).
“Chimbu may not have the resources but will have quality education to deliver through quality teachers,” Walkaima said.
He thanked the PNG Education Institute (PNGEI) for rolling out to the province the Diploma Education in Primary (DEPI) that presented better chances to the teachers in the province to study and upgrade their qualification.
Walkaima emphasised that quality education to students should be delivered by quality teachers.
Deputy Simbu provincial administrator corporate services Otto Sine reiterate that quality education should be maintained.
Yesterday’s graduation was the fourth since the DEPI programme was rolled out by PNGEI five years ago.
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