Abraham Adesanya Poly Seeks NBTE Acreditation Of More Courses - EDU-BIZNEWS


Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Abraham Adesanya Poly Seeks NBTE Acreditation Of More Courses

Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, Ijebu-Igbo has earmarked N4.9million for accreditation of its new academic programmes at both the National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND) levels by the National Board For Technical Education(NBTE)
 in 2021 fiscal year .

The Ogun State owned ICT Institution also set-aside N984,318 for procurement of equipments for courses in its school of Entrepreneurial, Mass Communication Department and School of Science, in order to meet up with the accreditation requirement 

Rector of the institution, Prof.Jumoke Bilesanmi-Awoderu  made this known on Tuesday in Abeokuta, during her defence of the polytechnic's budgetary provision in the state's 2021 Appropriation Bill before the State House of Assembly.

She said another N726,924.50 (would be needed to procure equipment (UPS/Inverter) for courses in the school of. Engineering and School of Science.

"This is to gain acreditation of new courses mostly at HND level from NBTE , this will invariably improve Students enrollment and by extension the internally Generated Revenue of the Polytechnic in the year 2021 and  beyond",she  stated

She expressed confidence that the projected revenue of  N348.32million for the incoming fiscal year, would be achieved, given the proposed plan for accreditation of more courses aimed at increasing the students' population. 

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