Envoy presents computers to uni language laboratory

Youth & Careers

MORE than 80 students studying Bahasa Indonesia at the University of Goroka have been provided computers by the Indonesian embassy.
University pro–vice chancellor academic, research and innovation Dr Teng Waninga said the students would improve their language competency with the new computers.
The computers will be used for advanced learning processes such as language transcription.
Indonesian Ambassador to PNG Andriana Supandy said education and cultural cooperation were important in bilateral relations because they encouraged people-to-people relationship.
He said language was at the heart of this relationship as people needed to effectively communicate with each other to build friendships.
The students gave Supandy bilums and Goroka coffee.
The university began the study of Bahasa Indonesia in the language and literature department earlier this year.
The Indonesian embassy in Port Moresby is also running Bahasa Indonesia classes.

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