NBTE Pleases With Ogundoyin Poly Teaching Facilities, To Approve New Programme

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The National Board for Technical Education ( NBTE) has expressed great satisfaction with Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic Eruwa Oyo State over the institution efforts to satisfy minimum standard of the NBTE requirements for Accreditation of Programmes.

The Board position on the assessment of the teaching facilities acquired for the accreditation of new Programmes by the institution was impressive according to the NBTE Team Leader,Mrs Anza Ndem.

According to Mrs Anza, the institution is on the fast track of becoming one of the most standard Polytechnics in Nigeria, with the level of commitment the present Management of the institution towards provision of the NBTE specified requirements for quality Polytechnic education in Nigeria especially in the area of provision of Students teaching facilities like; current Journal, Books, Curriculums, Computers, and Furniture.

Mrs Anza appreciated the efforts of the institution Governing Council and the Acting Management under the leadership of Mr Peter Adejumo and Staff , for not relenting in achieving quality assurance for the institution which will invariably enhance the quality of the institution graduates. ” If you can meet all the minimum required facilities as demanded by the National Board for Technical Education for Accreditation of new Programmes , and you were able to secure the Board visitation second time in two months, this school is not joking with standard” she remarked at the exercise Closing Session on Friday,19 th February,2021.

However, the Board charged the Council and Management of the institution to take corrections of the grey areas seriously as directed by the accreditation teams in the requirements for the newly approved Programmes and the fresh HND Programmes just considered for Accreditation.

The new HND Programmes are: HND Purchasing and Supply; HND Library and Information Science; and HND Fine and Applied Arts ( Graphics), and general Institution administration, that the authorities of the institution must not rest in their oars in meeting up with the NBTE Standard at all times.

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