The Copperbelt University-CBU has called on industry to heighten collaboration with the country’s education sector and enhance the quality of graduates that are incorporated into various institutions.
CBU Vice Chancellor Professor Naison Ngoma says while the education sector strives to produce skilled human resource into various sectors, industry must ensure close collaboration to avoid re-training graduates.
Speaking when he received two truckloads of Desktop Computers, Monitors, Laptops, Printers and HD Screens from the Vehicle Centre Zambia of the CFAO groups, professor Ngoma noted the impact of gains by CBU students as interns at the company.
And CBU Dean in the school of Information Communication Technology –ICT, Dr. Josephat Kalezhyi says the University has in the past had computer challenges to cater for it’s over 600 students which will now be averted.
Meanwhile, vehicle Centre Zambia branch manager, Alex Mulenga flanked by his principle dealer Peter Mash, explained that the two track loads of computers are meant to help the school of ICT to effectively deliver lessons to students