Chancellor College (Chanco) principal Richard Tambulasi has said the college is constructing new infrastructure as well as putting new furniture to boost service delivery.
He said this on Thursday during a tour at the college aimed at appreciating a number of developments the institution is undertaking.
Tambulasi said with funding from the World Bank, the constituent college of the University of Malawi (Unima) has constructed new lecture theatres and with support from the African Development Bank (AfDB), they are building laboratories and an information communication and technology (ICT) centre.
Government has also provided money to construct a school of economics and sewage tank.
Among other developments, Chanco has rehabilitated its road network, migrated from chalkboards to electronic projector power-point, progressive post graduate programmes as well as establishment of Chanco Community Radio and Chanco Television (TV).
Bachelor of humanities third year student, Steve Lomoliwa, described the upgrading of the college, especially resource centre for students with disabilities as crucial in the advancement of education.
“The provision of disability friendly computers such as talking computers, high font magnifying screens and braille have helped,” he said. n