Polytech Administration has announced new developments that include an expansion to facilitate more intakes of girls.
Overthe last ten yearsthe Lae Polytech has become one ofthe most important training institutions inthe Papua New Guinea
This weekthe Administration announced futher improverments; new dormitories for female students’ staff housing andthe reclaiming of land nearthe Bembu River.
The Polytech has additional land that currently has settlers living on it. Some displaced by ethnic clashes last year have been living here for nearly a year.
The acting director says new staff housing will be placed on existing land while sporting facilities will be relocated tothe new land allocations.
Additional funding will be provided bythe Lae district.
The good news comes after students’raised security concerns after a student was beaten.