Niger Poly Spends N300m on Renovation

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Aug 26th, 2014

In a bid to create a conducive learning atmosphere for training of Students on skills of science education,Niger State Polytechnic has spent over N300m to renovate the institution.

The Rector of the school, Dr. Umar Ahmed Egbako disclosed this on Tuesday in Minna, said that was possible due to the interest of the governor Babangida’s administration that insisted on seeing to the well being of Students.

He said the Polytechnic which had six schools , had accredited 32 programmes, among them 15 were at National level,while 17 at Higher Diploma level.

Dr Egbako said the institution charges the lowest compared to its counterpart in other parts of the country without any discrimination between the indigene and non-indigene that gains admission.

He said the institution has resorted to three semesters in its part time Diploma programmes, adding that will maintain the quality of the programme hence the syllabus will be covered.

The Rector also said that the school management has set aside a revolving loan for immediate needs of the Staff and will soon start a micro finance institution to better to enhance their working conditions.

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