the Government of Canada through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) to develop the NRC. The first enrolment of students under NRC was in 1983.In 1999 the Malawi Government directed that the NRC should be turned into a semi-autonomous institution. On 8th August 2001, the NRC was registered as a Public Trust under the Trustees Incorporation Act of 1962.
Under the new legal framework, the NRC broadened its training spectrum to embrace agricultural, environmental and Natural Resources Management.
On 14th December, 2014, the NRC was integrated into LUANAR, following the dissolution of the Public Trust, to become the second university campus. slot 5000 pgsoft