Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has banned Ardhi University from hiring other Companies to do work on its behalf as these other companies tend to do sub standard work in some cases saying that the act can spoil the work and reputation of the university.
The Prime Minister issued the statement today (Thursday, November 23, 2017) at the opening of the 10th anniversary of Ardhi University.
“If there is a need to work with the company it is best to establish a well-functioned company that will work well to avoid problems,” he said and ordered the college to conduct studies that brought answers to the issues and challenges faced by the Nation and the World. is climate change, artificial construction, environmental damage and natural disasters like flooding.
He said the Government believes that the results of the work done by the college include studies as a leaven of development of higher education institutions.
At the same point, the Prime Minister said the National Development Strategy has emphasized making Tanzania a middle-income economy by 2025, so there is a need for qualified and skilled professionals.
“So the University of the State as a government institution is responding to a great deal of preparations for various construction professionals, designers and environmental engineering,” said the Prime Minister and demanding that the college use the opportunity to celebrate 10 years of the college to meditate on it and to how can they invest more in order to increase the productivity of the institution in society and the nation as a whole.
“Establish strict strategies that will enable the college to take a further step over the next 10 years. You always should be based on the finding that with more quality time ago, “he said.
Earlier, the Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Professor Joyce Ndalichako said Government depends on the campus in achieving its agenda of reaching the industrial economy as the university shall provide access to many experts.
These celebrations were attended by Chancellor of the University, Retired Prime Minister Cleopa David Msuya, Chairman of the University Board Mrs. Tabitha Siwale, Vice-Chancellor of the University Professor Evaristo Liwa and various government officials, students and staff of the college.