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PBS Alumni to the rescue!

News   Hazviperi Mbizi   May 11, 2021
PIC: Alumni representatives making the donation to PBS staff representatives
In an effort to help in enforcing hands-on experience in lecturing at the Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences laboratories, The Physics and Biochemical Sciences (PBS) Alumni on Friday, May 7th 2021 donated laboratory materials worth MK2Million to the department which they have purchased.

The items include; wash bottles, round bottom flasks, thermometers, soxhlet extractors and general laboratory glassware.

According to the Head of Department, Dr Chikumbusko Kaonga, this is an on-going program where the alumni created an account where they make contributions towards the upgrading of the PBS laboratories.

“I would like to thank the alumni for the kind gesture they have shown by donating these items which will assist in improving high learning to our students,” said Dr Kaonga.

Apart from this, the alumni network discusses other industrial, academic and business ideas in order to promote each other and to contribute to the development of the nation. 

Speaking on behalf of the Alumni, the Coordinator Associate Professor Ishmael Kosamu encouraged the other alumni who are not yet part of the group to join so that they should be able to contribute and make an impact to the students and the society.

Also present were the alumni representatives, Tawina Mlowa, PBS staff representatives; Albert Maliro, Michael Chikafa and Michael Adam.

The Alumni who are not yet part of the group are encouraged to join the network on Whatsapp forum by contacting Dr Kaonga on 0888 85 53 99 or Associate Professor Kosamu on 0888 65 45 52.

 


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