MAPOLY Celebrates Locally Made CCTV,Solar Inverter System,Others - EDU-BIZNEWS


Wednesday, August 25, 2021

MAPOLY Celebrates Locally Made CCTV,Solar Inverter System,Others


The Ogun State Government owned Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY) Ojere,Abeokuta,has celebrated its locally made Closed Circuit Television Monitoring System(CCTV), Electronic Display Board, Solar Inverter System, New Artwork Wall Designs and other inventions by the students of the Institution 

Acting Rector of the polytechnic, Dr. Adeoye Odedeji commissioned the five professional entrepreneurship  projects at the Institution's Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (MAPCED)

Some of the projects commissioned include: Closed Circuit Television Monitoring System(CCTV), Electronic Display Board, Solar Inverter System, New Artwork Wall Designs, CSR based Repainting of the Centre courtesy of collaboration with Yalogs Paints Nigeria Limited as well as sundry Media Entrepreneurship projects.

The Director of the Centre, Dr.Taofeek Kasali while welcoming the Acting Rector and the Management team of the Polytechnic to the Centre, revealed that all the projects were undertaken and completed by students of the polytechnic from different departments under the supervision of the Centre Coordinators and Facilitators at the Centre.

According to him, the Closed Circuit Television(CCTV) System are now being used for Quality Assurance(QA) monitoring of the various production units at the Centre during and after practical sessions 

He disclosed that the Electronic Display Board were constructed by the students of Computer Engineering Department while the Solar Inverter System for alternative power was done by students of Electrical Electronics Engineering Department .

Kasali further revealed that the new official Entrepreneurship Wall Artworks/Designs at the Centre were proposed and implemented by two female students of the Department of Arts and Industrial Designs while many other Media Entrepreneurship works of arts were undertaken by students of the Department of Mass Communication of the institution.

The Acting Rector and the Management team were thereafter conducted to inspect various units at the Centre's workshop including: the Fashion Designing unit, Barbing Salon & Hairdressing units, Make Up Arena , Leather works Sewing unit and the Catering and Hospitality unit.

The Director of the centre later presented a portrait to the Acting Rector in  appreciation of his utmost attention to the affairs of the Entrepreneurship Development Centre

The portrait produced by the Media Entrepreneurship Photography frame, captured the acting Rector, dressing in his full academic regalia 

He assured that the Centre would continue to encourage more innovations  by discovering, developing and giving expressions to the entrepreneurial potentials of students across all disciplines in the institution 

Kasali promised that maiden edition of the Business Plan Competition initiated  by the Centre with the approval of Management, would be further used to support entrepreneurship innovations s

The Director also expressed the readiness of the Centre to conduct the forthcoming semester Entrepreneurship Examinations for both full time and part time students of the Polytechnic in the Computer Based Test (CBT) mode using the new ICT facilities at the institution.

Responding the Acting Rector, Dr. Odedeji expressed his utmost satisfaction with the performance of the entire members of the Centre and particularly, the new Management of the Directorate 

Odedeji lauded the team for its achievements within less than one year of their appointments to run the affairs of the Centre, despite limited available resources in the institution.

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