The Minister of Technology announced recently that, since April 1964, when the Industrial Liaison Scheme was first started, 18 technical colleges had appointed industrial liaison officers and 18 others were in the process of making appointments. Four further colleges had the matter under review, and it was proposed very shortly to invite another 20 to 30 colleges to take part in the scheme. The prime aim of this liaison, however, is to serve as an aid to the greater dissemination of technical information and scientific and technological resources. Way down in the list of these officers' duties comes the matter of furthering relations and information about the nature and scope of the courses and facilities available at their colleges.
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