Kaduna State University has received two teams simultaneously from the Federal Ministry of Education on staff/student ratio verification and the National Universities Commission (NUC) resource verification for the Logistics and supply chain management programme on Tuesday, 12th December 2023 in his office.
The NUC team leader, Prof. Callistus Chukudi Ibe said he was impressed with the effort of the university despite being a state-owned institution. He commended the relevant up-to-date materials in the library for the logistics and supply chain management programme and gave an approval rating.
In his remarks, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Abdullahi Ibrahim Musa, assured the team that the university has taken the recommendations seriously to achieve excellence in teaching. He said talent and resources were invested in the journey with the cardinal principle of building talent.
Also, the Vice-Chancellor sought partnership with the team in the form of a sabbatical or visitation for staff.
Earlier, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Strategy, Innovation and Service Delivery, Prof. Helen Afang Andow thanked the staff and student ratio verification team. She said the academic staff are keen on the need assessment.
With regards to the resource verification, Prof. Andow said the university is open to their eagle-eye comment and observation, assuring them of implementing it.
In attendance from the Federal Ministry of Education were Deputy Director, Hannu Simon, and Assistant Director, Mrs. Shaka, and Ekojie Yetunde.
While, Hayatu Umar and Musa Alkali Usman came from the Directorate of Academic Planning, NUC.
Attendees from the university included the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of administration, Prof. Muhammad Bashir Ali, Director of Academic Planning, Dr Auwal Farouk Abdulsalam, Staff of Academic Planning, the Honourable Commissioner of Sports Development, Kaduna State, Prof. Benjamin K. Gugong, Dr Nuraddeen Miko and other staff of the Department of Procurement and Supply Chain Management.
Usman Ilyasu Ladan
For: Public Relations Officer