Sports and culture are valued activities at IPRC Ngoma. The staff members and students are engaged in such activities with active participation.
IPRC Ngoma staff and students practice sports using the existing playgrounds.The students enter different competitions and friendly matches.Those competitions are mainly Inter-university competitions and Inter school’s competitions
Sports is practiced on daily basis by staff or students depending on their availability. However, all staff members attend the regular sport every Friday afternoon designated for all public servants in their respective institutions.
At IPRC Ngoma , the students have a traditional troupe and modern dance clubs.
Another cultural activity at IPRC Ngoma is Itorero, a national civic education program .
Itorero creates opportunities for IPRC Ngoma staff and students to build a sense of responsibility through patriotism and respect or enhance Rwandan cultural values including dignity, mutual respect, hard work, unity , integrity , solidarity, among other cultural values.
Traditional dance by the students of IPRC Ngoma/College of Technology.
Traditionally , Itorero was a cultural school where Rwandans would learn language, patriotism, social relations, sports, dancing, songs , defence, and young people there could grow with an understanding of their culture.
Itorero was reintroduced in Rwanda, as a way to rebuild the nation’s social fabric and mobilise Rwandans to uphold important cultural values.