Mon, 12 Sep 2016 10:17 - Updated Mon, 12 Sep 2016 10:23
Huambo: Higher Education Ministry committed to teachers training
Huambo - The Ministry of Higher Education has been giving priority to the training of university lecturers, with a view to securing good teaching quality, informed last Sunday, in the central Huambo Province, the incumbent minister of Higher Education, Adão do Nascimento.
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minister of Higher Education, Adão do Nascimento.
Speaking to the press, in the end of a two-day visit to Huambo, the minister revealed that his institution has been working to select the best university students to attend teacher’s training programmes (Master’s and PhD degrees courses).
He explained that the process is intended to overcome shortcomings in the teaching quality of university lecturers and is also part of the implementation of the National Cadres Training Programme.
In view of this, he appealed to students to show greater commitment to their studies and to teachers he recommended seriousness and rigour in implementing the curricula of the educational institutions, specially the scientific contents.
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