Natia Zedgenidze, the Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia got familiarized with the ongoing educational infrastructure projects in Kaspi municipality.
Construction of college intended for 200 students in Kaspi will be completed this year and will facilitate access to various vocational fields in the region.
Veterinary, mechanization and gardening specialists will be provided by the school as well as other related fields important for the region’s development. The college will also provide vocational courses in the following disciplines: electric welding, high voltage electricity, electrical installation, camera operations and etc. The college will be focused on the use of new technologies and modern appliances.
Construction of new educational buildings in the village of Khovlesi, Kaspi Municipality will be completed this year, the building will be in full compliance with the modern standards and will be equipped with the latest technologies. Additionally, the school will have a resource center, a doctor's office, an art room, a dining room, a library and a computer class. The school will also operate a laboratory chemistry, physics and biology laboratories. The spacious hall will also be constructed on the territory of the school.
For objective reasons, the construction of the school has been delayed for some time but will be resumed in the near future. Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport Natia Zedginidze mentioned at the meeting with school teachers and population.