By WAIMIN WASIA
MANY brilliant students in the country are missing out every year because of the school fee problem.
It is very sad to see thousands of brilliant students, especially from poor families, leaving universities and colleges every year with tears streaming down from their eyes.
Is that how PNG will improve its human resource and move forward?
The Government must subsidise some of the school fees because human resource is vital for the development of this nation.
The Government is not allocating enough money to education, particularly OHE.
As a result, many tertiary students were missing out on HECAS although they met the requirements.
The Government must strive to produce marketable intellectuals instead of sending young talented Papua New Guineans as cheap labour to neighbouring countries.
PNG must be competent with the rest of the world.
Because of its negligence in education, PNG is far behind in world education standard.