The agrarian sector of Georgia experiences a lack of specialists in rare fields. As experts say, re-qualified employees are few while there are no qualified specialists at all.
Doctor of Economy Paata Aroshidze says that regional universities should intensify the teaching role, but the role of vocational colleges is also critical.
According to Aroshidze, there were no courses of agrarian professions in 2000, as there was no demand.
''Agrarian and veterinary institutes prepare a few specialists, but regional universities should also bear the load,'' he said, adding that Telavi and Zugdidi Universities should take the particular role.
He says a veterinary, winemaker, Georgian traditional clay pot maker, bio-engineer, and others are few.
In Aroshidze's words, the lack of specialists represents a social problem.