Unitech students will start school tomorrow. This afternoon, Dr. Albert Schram, finally walked into Unitech’s front gate as Vice Chancellor.
SRC President, Eddie Nagual says, today, their boycott officially ends.
It followed on from the Lae’s Nadzab airport; the gates were ready for him to open, when Unitech’s Vice Chancellor, Dr. Albert Schram, arrived at the front entrance.
The crowd of over 1000 students, staff and parents, were waiting.
For students, sponsors and stakeholders, it has been a long sacrifice that ended today, the student leaders have called, it quits, after achieving what they set out to achieve.
“Boycott officially ends today,” says Unitech Student Representative Council, Eddie Nagual.
Dr. Albert Schram is back as the Papua New Guinea University of Technology’s, Vice Chancellor, a post he always had. A court order had stopped him to take it up. But, its all over, the students have got what they want, and the University will open tomorrow.
“We are very happy to be back, with the united effort by Unitech, we can open a new chapter,” says Vice Chancellor, Dr. Albert Schram.
The administration building has been opened, and management will finally start, what has been a five-week halt of their institutes core business of educating.
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