NTU Architecture Subject Group

The R.I.C.A Center : Research, Innovation, Cultivation, Agriculture

The proposal calls for creating a research and educational facility to advance and promote agriculture facility. With the increase in taxes and the upcoming reassertion, a modern-day age urban research and innovation agriculture centre can bring more Education, agriculture advancements, tourists, and jobs within the local area. This will also demonstrate the beauty and incredible things that can occur in our ecosystem, how people perceive it, how it should change to benefit our country, the damage to our ecosystem and wildlife, and how we can improve and enhance it. As a result, the following will take place:

Specialist research laboratories for professionals and university students to advance agriculture research. Undergraduate and postgraduate teaching facilities, Building education connections, and industry growth for the future. Furthermore, it fosters enthusiasm in the public to learn more about agriculture and why it's so important and vital to our ecosystem.

Msuthu Sibanda
Student name
Msuthu Sibanda
Course
Architectural Technology
Contact
LinkedIn
@msuthu-sibanda-610245199

Architectural Technology

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