Engineers have advised that they wanted to contribute sensibly, shape and redirect certain aspects of Zimbabwe’s educational system. ENGINEERING professionals have resolved to tighten standards and enforce compliance within the industry as part of a raft of measures to protect both the profession and public interest. The Engineering Council of Zimbabwe (ECZ) and the Zimbabwe Institution of Engineering (ZIE) resolved at their biannual congress held in Kariba this month to take measures to improve standards by weeding out bogus practitioners, strictly vetting foreign engineers as well as requiring lecturers from universities and colleges to get regular industrial attachments to keep them abreast of developments in the field. In a statement issued after the congress, the bodies…