Mon, 01 Dec 2014 10:40 - Updated Mon, 01 Dec 2014 10:42
Kangonjo Higher Polytechinque Institute gets more classrooms
Luanda - The Kangonjo Higher Polytechnic Institute (ISKA) situated in the Luanda?s high density municipality of Cacuaco will gain 40 new classrooms, management offices, libraries, laboratories and other facilities.
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Director general of the Kangonjo Higher Education Institute, António Ngola
Photo: Pedro Simão
This was said on Sunday in Luanda by the institution’s director general, António Ngola.
Speaking to Angop, António Ngola added that only a small part of the main infrastructure is to be built for the completion of the enlargement project.
The official said the construction of such infrastructures is part of a programme designed to improve the accommodation of the students and reduce the shortage of education facilities in Cacuaco.
ISKA emerged under a Government programme of expansion of higher education in Angola. It is set to release its first graduates, out of a list of more than three thousand finalists.
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