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Students Request Improved Education Quality in Kutaisi

28.01.2013
Students of Kutaisi Akaki Tsereteli State University request improvement of education quality. They have already sent their requests to the rector of the University Giorgi Gavtadze. Students said education quality does not meet the education fee they pay at the University.

“Our parents pay huge sums for our education and hope we receive relevant education. However, we do not have chance to receive proper education at the University. The administration shall pay more attention to these problems,” a student said.

At the meeting with the Rector, students also spoke about the lecturers, who were sacked from the University in 2012 and they inquired whether they were fired on political grounds.

Giorgi Gavtadze denied information about politically motivated dismissal of the lecturers; as for the education quality, he said this problem will be eventually resolved.

“I want to assure you that if a student is motivated to learn, he will definitely get proper education here. However, unfortunately majority of them goes to the university to get diploma and not education,” said Gavtadze.

Shorena Kakabadze, Kutaisi 

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