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BAMIGBOYE PARTNERS EKO CITY POLYTECHNIC FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT – SPONSORS STUDENTS FOR CERTIFICATE COURSES
He has always shown his passion for youths development in Mushin and today, he demonstrated it without hiding his feelings.
Hon. Emmanuel Bamigboye, the Executive of Mushin Local Government paid a scheduled visit to Eko City Polytechnic, Egbe where he had sponsored over 20 students who are currently on scholarship to study various courses in the Institution.
The day coincides with commencement day of the students week. The chairman while declaring the week open also used the opportunity to encourage the students to be focused on their studies and avoid any form of distraction that may prevent them from being instrumental to the development of their families, communities and the nation.
He took time to narrate part of his life experience from secondary to higher institution and his final journey into politics with zeal and determination which was finally crowned by God.
List of courses that have not been accredited in Nigerian universities have been released – A certificate issued for those courses will be considered void – The university of Abuja has the highest number of unaccredited courses The National Universities Commission (NUC) has released a list of some courses that have not been accredited. The unaccredited courses pose serious danger to students who study them as the certificates issued by these universities for the courses will not be officially recognised. Premium Times reports that 2016 accreditation status report indicated that these unaccredited courses were taught in 37 out of 143 universities in the country. The Quality Assurance Department of the NUC is in charge of accrediting courses in the universities. The NUC insists that for a course to be accredited, it must meet the Benchmark Minimum Academic Standards (BMAS) that has been stipulated by the commission. Some of the requirements include: “qualified faculty members, good learning environment and adequate teaching materials – equipment, books and journals”. According to the NUC, accreditation is necessary to ensure “employers and other members of the community that Nigerian graduates of all academic programmes have attained an acceptable level of competency in their areas of specialization.” It also says it is also important to certify courses to assure “the international community that the programmes offered in Nigerian Universities are of high standards and that graduates of the institutions are adequate for employment and further studies.” According to the commission, the pre-accreditation process include “drawing up a list of academic programmes to be certified, compilation of list of panel chairmen/members, time-tabling, budgeting and organizing the accreditation coordination meeting for panel chairmen and members in a simulation workshop.” The post-accreditation activities include “analyzing accreditation reports (technical and administrative), ranking of programmes and universities based on their accreditation status, publishing of accreditation status of programmes, issuance of certificates to programmes that earned Full and Interim accreditation results.” According to Premium Times, 13 federal universities, 16 state universities and eight private universities were running courses that had not been accredited. Some of the high profile institutions include University of Nigeria, Nsukka; University of Benin, University of Jos, University of Calabar. The biggest casualty seems to be the University of Abuja which has 15 of its courses, including Law, unaccredited. See full list of unaccredited courses and their universities in the table below: S/No School Course 1.University of Nigeria, Nsukka Russian Dentistry Statistics 2. University of Benin Anatomy Pharmacy 3. University of Calabar Business Management Theatre and Media Arts Public Health 4. University of Jos History and International Relations Medical Laboratory Science Biochemistry Science Laboratory Technology 5. Federal University of Technology, Owerri Architecture Microbiology 6. Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola Banking 7. Federal University of Technology, Minna Biology Education Chemistry Education Geography Education Industrial and Technical Education Mathematics Education Physics Education 8. University of Abuja Accounting English Language Linguistics Philosophy Agricultural Education Biology Education Chemistry Education Economics Education Education (Social Science) Geography Education Integrated Science Mathematics Education Law Chemistry Microbiology 9. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi Automobile Education Building Technology Education Business Education Electrical Electronics Technology Education Integrated Science Architecture Building Industrial Design Survey & Geo-informatics Applied Geophysics Engineering Physics Physics Electronics 10. University of Uyo Efik/ Ibibio 11. Nnamdi Azikiwe University Nursing Science Industrial/Production Engineering Mechanical Engineering 12. University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun Chemistry Environmental Management & Toxicology Geology Geophysics Mathematics 13. Federal University, Wukari English/Literary Studies 14. Rivers State University of Science & Technology Quantity Surveying 15. Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma Material & Production Engineering Architecture Building Biochemistry Botany Microbiology Political Science 16. Abia State University English Language Education French Education Igbo Education History Education Religious Studies Education Education (Library Studies/Igbo/English/Social Studies/Government) Biology Education Chemistry Education Economics Education Geography Education Guidance & Counselling Mass Communication 17. Enugu State University of Science & Technology Library & Information Science 18. Olabisi Onabanjo University Christian Religious Studies Education History Education Islamic Studies Education Electrical Electronics Engineering 19. Ekiti State University African Traditional Religion Religious Studies Civil Engineering 20. Lagos State University English Language French Philosophy Yoruba 21. Imo State University English & Literary Studies French Theatre Arts Medical Laboratory Science Nursing Law 22. Delta State University Accounting & Finance Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical & Electronic Engineering Mechanical & Metallurgical Engineering Petroleum Engineering Law 23. Kogi State University Medicine & Surgery 24. Niger Delta University Adult & Community Education Economics Education Geography Education Marketing Education Political Science Education Religious Studies Education Social Studies Botany Computer Science Mathematics Pure & Applied Chemistry Zoology 25. Anambra State University Early Childhood Education Human Kinetics Geology Microbiology 26. Ebonyi State University Building/Woodwork Education Physics Education Applied Biology Applied Microbiology Applied Statistics Biotechnology Geology Industrial Mathematics 27. Nasarawa State University English 28. Cross River University of Technology Physiology Wood Production Engineering Architecture 29. Kebbi State University of Science & Technology Information Technology 30. Babcock University rench 31. Benson Idahosa University Business Education 32. Ajayi Crowther University Actuarial Science & Insurance 33. Caritas University Bio-technology Microbiology 34. Kwararafa University, Wukari Public Administration computer Science Statistics Economics Mass Communication Sociology 35. Novena University Chemistry 36. Joseph Ayo Babalola University Building Quantity Surveying 37. Tansian University, Anambra Architecture Pls share to save our children wasting their precious time…..
The Rector and the Borad of Directors, Eko College of Management and Technology, Lagos, Mr Segun Oshundairo graced an Entrepreneurship Summit Event as a Guest Speaker organized by the Managment Students Association, UNILAG.
It was an Entrepreneurship Challenge Summit, an event which was featured as one of its programmer for the year 2019 by the association.
Mr, Segun Oshundairo hit the nail at the head highlightung the challenges one might face and how to get prepared for these challenges, thereby advising the upcoming entrepreneurs to be up and doing and get ready for the tasks ahead through hardworking, dedication, perseverance and persistence.