ANGOP - Angola Press News AgencyANGOP - Angola Press News Agency

Go to homepage
Luanda

Max:

Min:

Home » News » Education

Wed, 29 Nov 2017 15:06 - Updated Wed, 29 Nov 2017 15:06

State Secretary assesses school infrastructure in Moxico

Luena - The State Secretary of Education for Technical and Vocational Training, Jesus Joaquim Baptista, will visit the school infrastructure in the municipalities of Luau and Moxico (headquarters).

Send by email

To share this news by email, fill out the information below and click Send

Correct

To report errors in the texts of articles published, fill out the information below and click Send

Angop learnt that Jesus Baptista will evaluate the works of the Polytechnic Institute of Luau, a border municipality located 334 kilometers east of Luena city, the capital of the eastern Moxico province.

Thursday agenda includes visits to the Polytechnic Institute Nº 36, Administration and Management (IMAG) Institute and Polytechnic Vocational Training College.

The programme also covers visits to the works of the Polytechnic Institute No. 253 and the pavilion of arts and crafts attached to the National Institute of Employment and Professional Training (INEFOP).

Read also
  • 20/07/2018 18:14:40

    Governor discourages children from fishing

    Lago Dilolo - The involvement of children in fishing activities in Lake Dilolo commune, Luacano municipality, Moxico province, was discouraged Friday by the local governor, Gonçalves Muandumba, for harming the academic performance of the children.

  • 30/04/2018 13:35:52

    Higher Education Ministry focused on programmes

    Luena - The Ministry of Higher Education, Sciences, Technology and Innovation is focusing more on its programmes turned to the growth of its various departments, aimed at improving the quality of academic training in Angola.

  • 18/12/2017 18:32:27

    Governor urges young people to continue academic training

    Malanje - After completing the high education in the various fields at the High Agrarian Institute of Malanje, the 181 finalists were asked to enroll in higher institutions in order to increase their knowledge and prepare themselves for social challenges.