Originally established on 12th January 1964 as “The Working People’s Daily”, the New Light of Myanmar is Myanmar’s oldest English daily. The Working People’s Daily changed its name into The New Light of Myanmar on 17th April 1993. The paper started printing 12 black and white pages in broadsheet siz
Myanmar Business Today (MBT) is Myanmar’s largest circulating business publication. It is Myanmar's first and the only bilingual (English-Myanmar) business newspaper, and is distributed in Myanmar and Thailand.
The Confucius Institute at the University of Sierra Leone has once again entered the local primary and secondary school classes, giving local teenagers more opportunities to experience Chinese language and understand China.
A university that demonstrates its commitment to generating and transmitting knowledge through quality teaching and research for sustained development and whose products are nationally competitive.
A friendly word-class centre of excellence responsive to the needs of society.
Njala University College (now Njala University) was established in 1964. Since then, it has served as a major centre for training middle level agricultural extension workers and teachers at secondary school level. The Government of Sierra Leone and the United States Agency for International Developm
The Milton Margai College of Education and Technology (MMCET) started as a Teacher Training Department (TTD) at Fourah Bay College, Mount Aureol. The Programme of the TTD was to train teachers for primary schools. The qualification gained by the trainees was the Teachers Certificate (TC).