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Strategic Plan Presentations

The Harare Institute of Technology has held a Strategic Planning Workshop where the four Schools presented their plans which include the concepts of Education 5.0, Industry 4.0. and realignment to the country’s VISION 2030 that aims to make Zimbabwe a middle-income economy by 2030.

The workshop was attended by Senior Management Staff, Deans of the four Schools, Heads of the various Centres of Excellency and Departmental chairpersons.

Speaking after his installation as the Chancellor of HIT during Institute's 9th Graduation Ceremony in November 2018, President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, and Chancellor of the Harare Institute of Technology, Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa charged HIT to lead Industry 4.0, and advance Zimbabwe's entry into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, while pledging his support to making the University the citadel of inventions and a critical strategic institution for technological skills development. President Mnangagwa said HIT had established an enviable base of the requisite human intellectual capital to champion this cause.

In his official address at the Strategic Planning Workshop, HIT Vice Chancellor Eng. Q.C Kanhukamwe said Education 5.0 is now a reality having been adopted by the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development headed by Professor Amos Murwira. "HIT should be seized with the practicalities of this exciting development which involves innovation and industrialisation, in addition to teaching, researching and community service. Under Education 5.0, HIT must focus on outcomes and outputs that steer the country's national development towards a competitive, modern and industrialized Zimbabwe. It is now all about problem-solving for value-creation.

"HIT must champion Zimbabwe's modernization and industrialization by combining disruptive and creative thinking, innovation and an entrepreneurial mindset to lead the country's industrialisation by exploiting the available economic opportunities in our communities to realize university-linked start-ups and ultimately companies that contribute to the national purse. " he said.

The Deans from all the four Schools presented their Strategic Plans which were discussed during a panel facilitated by Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. M. Chanakira.

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