Nausori students to benefit from new technical college

Hon. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama officially opened the new Anjuman Hidayat-ul-Islam Campus of the Technical College of Fiji at Vuci South Road in Nausori yesterday.


January 24, 2017 8:56 am

The campus is the third Technical College Campus opened on Viti Levu, adding to the three opened on Vanua Levu over the past two years.

“This campus stands as a realisation of a promise. A promise I made that our young people would have access to a far-reaching network of technical college campuses,” PM Bainimarama said.

“Institutions where they could take on the skills and expertise they needed to find success, launch themselves into meaningful and fulfilling careers and begin helping shape our nation’s future development.”

The Nausori campus allows students to enrol in coursework relating to automotive mechanical and electrical engineering, carpentry, cabinet making and joinery, cookery, and agriculture.

A total of 255 full-time students and 559 part-time students from communities all across Tailevu, Rewa and Naitasiri enrolled at the campus last year. Classes for 2017 will resume on 6th February.

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