Brahman High School in Bundi of Madang has been elevated to an Agricultural Technical College and will be receiving its first intakes come 2022.
Brahman High School history goes back to Bundi LLG during the mid 1950s.
Max David and three other missionaries who arrived in Bundi developed the high school to be an agriculture-oriented project that will one day become an agricultural college.
Brahman was also developed to provide education and health services in the remote Bundi while sharing the gospel.
On Friday Education Minister, Jimmy Uguro announced Brahman High School will elevate its status to an Agriculture Technical College.
It will be known as “Max David Agriculture Technical College” in honor of Max David’s contribution to the people of Usino Bundi District.
The Minister also gave K20 000 to the school to build its school library, another K50 grand towards supporting the school’s operation.
He also made a commitment to purchase an ambulance and a funding support towards the construction of a market facility for the community.
The Minister also signed an MOA for K38million road construction to link the people of Bundi.