On this day 21st August 2017, the office of Academics and Training convenes in a 5 days internal workshop to harmonize the gaps identified in the Advanced Diploma Program training Curricula.

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The Ag. Director of Academic Services (2nd Left) on behalf of the Vice Principal Academics & Training officially opening the workshop and there after following the harmonization presentation together with Heads of Department.

This workshop mainly aims at harmonizing gaps identified during the trainings conducted in the Academic year 2016-2017.

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The Ag.Director of Academic Quality Assurance and ToT (Mr. Amon KWESIGA) introduces the workshop scope to the participants.

Some of the gaps identified as explained by the Quality Assurance Director are:

  • Inconsistencies in Module Codes
  • Module credits & Module learning hours
  • Module Chronology (Prerequisite modules to be considered)
  • Program and Module learning objectives and outcomes

At the end of this workshop, the school expects to own cohesive AD Curricula.

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.

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         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.

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       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”

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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

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IGP Sirro touring the workshop of Mechanical Engineering

 

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IGP Sirro touring Civil Engineering workshop

In this workshop, the IGP was shown details on the different components of the building

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IGP Sirro on the project of Manual Water Pump

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The IGP Sirro handing over the gift to the CP Nshimiyimana, the Commandant of Gishari Police Training School  

 

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                      The IGP Sirro signing in the visitors’ book

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                                  Souvenir photo with IGP Sirro

 

On Tuesday 30th May 2017 Gishari Integrated Polytechnic (GIP) in partnership with Rwanda National Police (RNP) and Mugold International Ltd opened the Training of Trainers (ToT) on Firefighting and Rescue. The training was officially opened by Eng. Theodore HABIMANA, the Vice Principal in charge of Academics and Training (VPAT) at GIP.

This ToT session is a following of 2 batches basic training offered to 98 trainees. It is a complement so that they will be able to train others.

It is organized by GIP in collaboration with Police Training School (PTS) and Mugold International Ltd which provides trainers, equipment and consumables.

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CSP E. Mushayija,Training Coordinator; Eng. T. Habimana; VPAT and P. Mugabo; Mugold International Managing Director

 

A number of 30 participants from Rwanda National Police, Rwanda Correctional Services (RCS) and various Private Security Companies will benefit skills to be imparted in this ToT. This training aims to provide complementary package on previous training on fire fighting and rescue carried out at GIP.

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     Trainees during the opening ceremony

 

The training is expected to be carried out in four weeks. The Vice Principal in charge of Academics and Training urged the trainers to work hard so that the content should be covered within the above-mentioned period.

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Trainers from Mugold International during opening ceremony.

Conclusively, the Vice Principal in charge of Academics and Training of Gishari Integrated Polytechnic thanks, on the behalf of the Principal; Gishari Police Training School (PTS), Mugold International Ltd Management, and the trainers for their efforts toward the sustainability of our country. He particularly reminded the trainees to provide the acquired skills to the community for effective management and fight against fire disasters.  

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Memorial photo on the Firefighting and Rescue opening ceremony

 

The Minister of Education Dr.Papias Musafiri Malimba inaugurated, on this Wednesday 7th June 2017, the MOBISOL solar system installation of 166 houses worth 7,972,000 frw to citizens in Agatare village, Gishari Sector, Rwamagana District, Eastern Province.

These houses were lighted by Gishari Integrated Polytechnic (GIP) in partnership with Rwanda National Police through Gishari Police Training School during the Police Week activities. The guest of honor accompanied by the Mayor of Rwamagana District Mbonyumuvunyi Radjab, the RNP Representative & Commandant of Gishari Police Training School CP Vianney Nshimiyimana, and The Deputy Director General of Workforce Development Authority (WDA) Irenee  Nsengiyumva officiated the event.

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   The Minister Dr. Musafiri cuts the ribbon while inaugurating the solar system

 

Among the 166 houses lightened, involves 10 houses in the neighboring  village of Umunanira for the Genocide survivors.

In his remarks, the guest of honor reminded the citizens of Agatare village that the installation done is in line with government’s broad compaign named “Bye Bye Agatadowa”

The event we are celebrating today is in line with the government’s broad vision  to reach  70% power installation country wide by 2018.”  the guest of honor remarked

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The guest of Honor addressing the Agatare village citizens and participants

 

The guest of honor emphasized that the energy donated to 166 families will significantly improve the academic performance of students in the village. Additionally, he urged the adult people to follow the education programmes dedicated for them to improve their reading and writing skills linking this to the current service delivery through online systems, “Illiteracy is the greatest evil of all.”  he added.

As the light chases the darkness, the Minister urged the population of the village to fight against the genocide ideology, use of drug, violence by providing the accurate information in a right time.

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Minister Dr. Musafiri in community work before inaugurating the solar power system installation

After the community work, the Minister visited 3 beneficiary families in the village. Among them, Ngendahimana Aloys, 50 years old; Nyirabanzi Sperancie, 58 years old; and Mukansinga Liberee, 53 years old;  benefited from the solar installation system.

 

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Ngendahimana Aloys (one of the beneficiaries)  demonstrating the activeness of the solar system.

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Nyirabanzi Sperancie(one of the beneficiaries)  testifies about the solar system to the guest of honor.

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         The guest of honor entertained by the happy and celebrating citizens of Agatare Village.

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RNP Representative & Commandant PTS (Left) and GIP Principal (Right) welcomes the guest of Honor on his arrival

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GIP Staff in community work before inaugurating the solar power system installation

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Minister of Education Dr.Papias Musafiri Malimba inaugurated, on this Wednesday 7th June 2017, the MOBISOL solar system installation of 166 houses in Agatare village, Gishari Sector, Rwamagana District, Eastern Province.

These houses were lighted by Gishari Integrated Polytechnic (GIP) in partnership with Rwanda National Police through Gishari Police Training School during the Police Week activities. The guest of honor accompanied by the Mayor of Rwamagana District Mbonyumuvunyi Radjab, the RNP Representative & Commandant of Gishari Police Training School CP Vianney Nshimiyimana, and The Deputy Director General of Workforce Development Authority (WDA) Irenee  Nsengiyumva officiated the event.

 

The Minister Dr. Musafiri cuts the ribbon while inaugurating the solar system.

Among the 166 houses lightened, involves 10 houses in the neighboring  village of Umunanira for the Genocide survivors.

In his remarks, the guest of honor reminded the citizens of Agatare village that the installation done is in line with government’s broad compaign named “Bye Bye Agatadowa”

The event we are celebrating today is in line with the government’s broad vision  to reach  70% power installation country wide by 2018.”  the guest of honor rematked

 

The guest of Honor addressing the Agatare village citizens and participants

The guest of honor emphasized that the energy donated to 166 families will significantly improve the academic performance of students in the village. Additionally, he urged the adult people to follow the education programmes dedicated for them to improve their reading and writing skills linking this to the current service delivery through online systems, “Illiteracy is the greatest evil of all.”  he added.

As the light chases the darkness, the Minister urged the population of the village to fight against the genocide ideology, use of drug, violence by providing the accurate information in a right time.

 

Minister Dr. Musafiri in community work before inaugurating the solar power system installation

After the community work, the Minister visited 3 beneficiary families in the village. Among them, Ngendahimana Aloys, 50 years old; Nyirabanzi Sperancie, 58 years old; and Mukansinga Liberee, 53 years old;  benefited from the solar installation system.

Ngendahimana Aloys (one of the beneficiaries)  demonstrating the activeness of the solar system.

 

Nyirabanzi Sperancie(one of the beneficiaries)  testifies about the solar system to the guest of honor.

 

The guest of honor entertained by the happy and celebrating citizens of Agatare Village.

 

RNP Representative & Commandant PTS (Left) and GIP Principal (Right) welcomes the guest of Honor on his arrival

 

GIP Staff in community work before inaugurating the solar power system installation

 

 

The gathering in Agatare Village during the inauguration ceremony

 

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This 24th May, 2017, Gishari Integrated Polytechnic (GIP) students receive positivo laptops on loan. These laptops are given to 180 government sponsored students in year one .The Positivo laptops are distributed to students in public universities and higher learning institutions in Rwanda in the program dubbed “One laptop per student”. This is a program put in place by the government of Rwanda as a supplement to the already existing “One laptop per child” that distributes laptops to primary pupils in Rwanda. The two programs aim at improving the quality of Education in Rwanda, to help the country move from an agricultural to knowledge based economy as stipulated in the vision 2020.

The programs that distribute the laptops to learners are implemented by the Ministry of Education through Rwanda Education Board (REB). In the public universities and higher learning institutions in Rwanda, the students get the laptops made in Rwanda as a way to boost the

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                  Brand new Positivo laptops before distribution.

local firms in Made in Rwanda campaign. The students who receive the Positivo laptops sign a contract with REB. Each laptop is a loan worth 264 US dollars. The loan will be recovered through an additional contract that will be signed between the recipient and the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD). The loan will be paid basing on the exchange rates of the time of the payment as published by the National Bank of Rwanda.

This program is not compulsory as it concerns students who don’t have their own laptops and have the will of owning one.

Mrs. Beata MUREBWAYIRE RUTABANA, the Director of student Affairs at GIP, expresses her gratitude towards the program and calls on students to use the properly so that they can help increase their performance in class. She also advises them to take advantage of those laptops in order to become competitive in this globalised world.

The recipients thank the good spearheaded by his excellency Paul Kagame, the president of the Republic of Rwanda, who tirelessly works for the wellbeing of all Rwandans. The recipients also pledged to use them in order to get skills that will help them contribute to finding the solutions to the problems faced by the country.

Mrs. Immaculee BENIMANA, REB representative reminds the students to take care of the laptops and use them adequately as it is a loan that they will pay back in the future.

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          Students enjoying the wireless connection after getting the laptops

 

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Students following the lecturing videos online.

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KAGAME

"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


 

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