"The university has proven expertise in these areas and it is the responsibility of teachers to work to guide students in developing new technologies, digitization, artificial intelligence and the knowledge-based economy," the prime minister said at the inauguration and naming of the National School of Renewable Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development of Batna University 2.
The university was named after the former minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Abdelhak Rafik Berarhi.
Djerad called for "opening up to foreign languages in order to better master science and new technologies."
He noted that "this can only be achieved through support and backing of students from the beginning of training."
The National School of Renewable Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development provides higher education, scientific research and technological development in the fields of renewable energies, environment and sustainable development, including electrical engineering, metrology for smart grids, new and renewable energies, environment, public health and the green economy.
The prime minister was accompanied in his working visit to Batna by the minister of the Interior, Local Authorities and Planning, Kamel Beldjoud, the minister of Health, Population and Hospital Reform, Abderrahmane Benbouzid, the minister of National Education, Mohamed Ouadjaout, the minister of National Solidarity, Family and Women's Affairs, Kaoutar Krikou, the minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Abdelbaki Benziane, the minister of Public Works, Farouk Chiali, and the minister of Parliamentary Relations, Basma Azouar.