UOG assures Report recommendations will be addressed

The University of Goroka has assured that all recommendations in the Report presented by the UOG Investigation Committee will be implemented.

UOG Vice Chancellor Professor Musawe Sinebare assured that the university management will do its best to address the problems identified and implement the solutions recommended in the report.

The report highlights about eight recommendations to take into consideration.

These include addressing and improving security, student conduct and discipline, dialogue between OHE and university, student admissions, regional groups, student welfare, Campus relocation, dealings with landowners and police intervention.    

Sinebare assures the people of PNG, the Government, parents and students that with the problems identified in the report, they’ll now come up with strategies to address these problems.

He said they’ll need the support of all stakeholders including students, the university council, the Government and community.

“We will pursue with the knowledge that it is now our duty to implement the recommendations but it will require the collective effort of everybody.

“With this report, the management is now in a better position to identify how best the problems can be addressed,” Sinebare said.

He added that many of the recommendations put forward fall under the administration therefore they’ll be pursued and implemented.

Sinebare was pleased with the type of investigative work which enables the university to perform its mandated duty of producing quality teachers.

Quintina Naime