- "In terms of research output that are ripe for commercialisation and coming up with startups and impacting industry, we are leading again courtesy of the same skills," HIT vice-chancellor Quinton Kanhukamwe told Standardbusiness on the sidelines of an Indian embassy media engagement recently.
- He said the government had expanded the education strategy to a five-point plan to include innovation and industrialisation on top of teaching, research and service.
- "We integrate (students coming from Indian universities) into our schools and departments, academic departments, to teach and research," Kanhukamwe said.
- "Its main mandate is to create sustainable methods in terms of administration work for our rural district councils," Garikayi said.
India inspires Zim’s startups - The Standard
6 April 2019 10:30 PM GMT
THE Harare Institute of Technology (HIT) has produced a dozen startups as a result of its partnership with several Indian universities and the initiative has seen locals benefit from skills [?]