PM SADDEND BY SUSPENSION OF UPNG ACADEMIC YEAR

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Government officials’ in-talk with UPNG to save academic year: PM

for Release: Tuesday 5th July 2016

Prime Minister, Hon Peter O’Neill, CMG MP, has expressed sadness over the suspension of 2016 Academic Year for the University of Papua New Guinea.

PM said it is the decision of the UPNG Council, which the Government could not interfere with but it is doing all it can to ensure the academic year is saved so students can continue on with their studies.

“Government officials are now negotiating with the UPNG Council to find an amicable way to save the academic year and if it means schooling until December, we will do everything possible for the students to continue,” said PM.

He said that education is the top priority of the government and it cannot see it being jeopardised.

Government has invested tremendously on education every year to ensure students are well educated to become good citizens and contribute meaningfully towards the development of the country.

PM said Government is working tirelessly to save the Academic year but the honour is on the students to think seriously about their education and the amount of effort the Government and their parents have put in for them to have a better education and a successful life in the future.

Mr O’Neill urges the students of UPNG to stay calm while the responsible authorities find a way to save the Academic Year

 

 

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5 thoughts on “PM SADDEND BY SUSPENSION OF UPNG ACADEMIC YEAR

  1. This afternoon the university councils, Senate and minister for education Mr.Tabar have officially suspended the 2016 academic year already. The decision has already made and that was spearheaded by names mentioned above plus the ruling government Prime minister Peter O’Neil.
    Now pm is looking for something else to provide evidence not to charge by the court.

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  2. If education was your top priority, why didn’t you make an attempt to cool down the situations back then when students were protesting?

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