PNG Maritime College

PNG Maritime forge relationship with National Government

Captain Kiong thanked the government to recognize Maritime College and come onboard to support with the funding of staff houses, simulator and administration building.

Kiong said for so long the government has neglected Maritime College and this was the first time the government has come to support vital projects in the school.

He said Maritime College was the pride of this Nation and the Pacific and its one of the best college in the world having equipment’s like the Ship Engine set up on the ground to be found only in the Southern Hemisphere.

New staff houses for PNG Maritime College

Marus was accompanied by Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Malakai Tabar, Secretary for Higher Education Research Science and Technology Professor David Kavanamur, Secretary for Transport and Infrastructure Roy Mumu, Madang Provincial Administrator Daniel Aloi and other dignitaries.

Marus said the government will continue to support the infrastructure rehabilitation and recapitalization, public investment of all higher education in the country because over the past decade the country has experienced unprecedented economic growth driven by mining and economically boom.