IPRC Musanze gains five modern laboratories to advance quality knowledge and research
IPRC Musanze has received five new laboratories, which are expected to sharpen knowledge and improve research-based knowledge in key areas like; electrical automation technology, E-Commerce, Construction and Agriculture.
The fully-fledged laboratories are consisted of specialized machines expected to equip the students with acquired knowledge that they could utilize in their enthusiasms.
IPRC Musanze received the facilities from the Chinese University of Science, Jinhua Polytechnic.
Jinhua Polytechnic and IPRC Musanze entered in cooperation in 2013. The cooperation has dedicated the improvement of Rwanda’s education sector by ensuring the quality provision.
Ange Uwera, a Student at IPRC Musanze who spoke to Rwanda Sun acknowledged that the gaps that have been appearing in education, including lack of modern equipments are going to be bridged.
” Since we have got these machines, now we are going to study appropriately. In addition , we will get to apply the knowledge. This will undoubtedly expand our knowledge as well as increasing the quality of researches”. Said Uwera.
Director General of the Rwanda Polytechnic, Dr Sylvie Mucyo assures that the laboratories are equipped with the most advanced equipment and are expected to improve the quality of education.
“Meanwhile , this is an important stride towards improving the quality of education. We expect good results in promoting innovation and finding solutions for the labor market”. Dr Mucyo said.
The Ambassador of China to Rwanda, Wang Xuekun, said that the relationship between his country and Rwanda, which is turning 50 years has been very important to both countries .
According to the ambassador, the relationship has been characterized by many initiatives aimed at promoting developments, advancements and transformations in critical areas including Education.
He said that the People’s Republic of China is committed to putting more efforts to increase the impact of the cooperation .
“These laboratories are a sign of dedication and efforts in impacting the beneficiaries. Everything is possible with the cooperation “. Said the Ambassador.
The laboratories were officially lauched on Saturday, November 18. The facility approximately costed Rwf 800 million.
THE RWANDA SUN