The Tanzanian Inspector General of Police Simon N. Sirro visited, this afternoon on 7th August 2017, Gishari Integrated Polytechnic. He was welcomed by the Principal ACP Damas GATARE and staff. He expressed his pleasure for the opportunity to meet the Management and staff of GIP and his role in development of the school as TVET institution.
Tanzanian IGP Simon N. Sirro (C)
The Principal of GIP briefs the IGP of Tanzania on the current situation of the institution from its creation, through a Memorandum of Understanding between RNP and Workforce Development Authority (WDA), in 2013.
He also highlighted the challenges the school faces such as location (being in 4 kilometers far away from the main road). This prevents the school from introducing the evening programme.
After the briefs by the Principal, the IGP Sirro made a tour in different workshops and other facilities of the school and experience the progress.
The Principal ACP Damas Gatare briefs the visitors
The teaching staff also demonstrated different innovative projects invented by both GIP teaching staff and students.
These projects made the institution competitive and well-known in our region as far as TVET policy is concerned. Here below, the trainers are explaining to the IGP Sirro the concept of the innovative project named “Automatic Irrigation System based on Moisture Level of Soil”
GIP teaching staff demonstrating one of the experiments in the field of Electronics
In his remarks, the IGP appreciated the professional roles being played by Rwanda National Police in providing technical skills to its personnel and the community in general.He also appreciated the development of the school since its creation and urged the management to step ahead
IGP Sirro touring the workshop of Mechanical Engineering
IGP Sirro touring Civil Engineering workshop
In this workshop, the IGP was shown details on the different components of the building
IGP Sirro on the project of Manual Water Pump
The IGP Sirro handing over the gift to the CP Nshimiyimana, the Commandant of Gishari Police Training School
The IGP Sirro signing in the visitors’ book
Souvenir photo with IGP Sirro
Head of Civil Engineering department
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"People who are pursuing their education at different levels need to be taught technical skills and get internships to become competitive on job market. Young people should have a positive attitude towards TVET.”
H.E. Paul KAGAME