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10 science rooms installed in educational centers in Guárico

Students from 8 municipalities of Guárico have modern and equipped laboratories where they can strengthen knowledge about science and technology

Ten science rooms were installed in different educational institutions in the Guárico state, with the aim of strengthening scientific and technological knowledge in students in a simple, fun, playful and attractive way.

For 3 consecutive weeks, teams from the National Center for Chemical Technology (CNTQ) and the Foundation for the Development of Science and Technology in the region (Fundacite) were deployed in several municipalities of the state carrying out the adaptation of these spaces, which included painting, cleaning, lighting, security, electrical system installation and others.

In addition, they provided chemistry kits, educational arts, a high-generation monitor, microscopes and laboratory instruments.

The new science areas are located in the UE Ramón Buenahora (Altagracia de Orituco), in the Eduardo Delfín Méndez National High School (Zaraza), in the Eligio Maluenga UEN (Camaguán), in the Humberto Fernández Morán Industrial Technical School and in the Humboldt Lyceum (Dungeon).

Also favored were the educational units Dr. Julio de Armas (Guayabal), Juan José Rondón (Valle de la Pascua), Beatriz de Rodríguez (Ortiz), the Juan Germán Roscio National High School and the Pedro Zaraza Industrial Technical School (San Juan de los Morros).

In this regard, the president of Fundacite Guárico, Jim Madrid, said that "we are fulfilling the task, it is very satisfactory that our Guariqueña institutions can acquire this great contribution to raise the educational potential in the territory."

Madrid recognized and applauded the joint work between municipal authorities and the educational sector during the execution of the project, which allowed comprehensive and successful results.

For her part, the director of the Juan Germán Roscio campus, Cecilia Mendoza, thanked the installation of these innovative spaces, while expressing that she felt “very happy, since it is a magnificent opportunity for our students, our scientific hotbed, to learn. of science in specialized, high-quality and high-performance laboratories,” he concluded.

The opening of these scientific study centers is part of the plan to provide basic chemistry and biology laboratories in 600 schools in the national territory, a project promoted by the Bolivarian Government, through the Ministry of Popular Power for Science and Technology (Mincyt) and the CNTQ.

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