The government has been lauded for its continuous support to make tertiary education viable in the country.
Principals drawn from Western Kenya say the support has seen tremendous growth in terms of enrollment of students taking different courses in the institutions.
Kisii National Polytechnic Principal Afalas Mokaya says there have been massive reforms in the technical institutions in the recent years.
Mokaya says polytechnics will churn out competent work force in the coming years due to the ongoing reforms.
Speaking in Kisumu during a capacity building on Kenya Education for Employment Programme, a project funded by the Canadian Government, Mokaya says polytechnics will churn out competent work force in the coming years due to the ongoing reforms.
His counterpart at the Kisumu National Polytechnic, Principal Joyce Nyajong says the government has managed to equip the institutions with learning materials.
Nyajong says students now have the opportunity to use the equipments like in the past when they were scrambling for the equipments during learning sessions.
She says the gesture by the government is in the right direction to uplift the status of the institutions in the country.