Niger Delta University

Bayelsa varsity promotes 188 lecturers, enrols 7,600 students

The Bayelsa state-owned Niger Delta University, Amassoma, has promoted a good number of its academic staff and increased its intake of students, within the last four years.

The university has witnessed over 188 promotions of lecturers and augmented student enrolment from 3,500 to 7,600.

The institution also received a 100 per cent accreditation status for its academic programmes presented to the National University Commission, NUC, and professional accreditation from 2017 to date.

Prof. Femi Shaka, the former Dean, Faculty of Humanities, University of Port Harcourt, revealed that “The outstanding leadership trait of Prof. Edoumiekumo is that approved projects for the university big or small are constantly supervised personally and seen to the end.”

“The tradition of monitoring projects from commencement to completion in the institution is highly commendable. As a good leader, he believes that every building project on the soil of the Niger Delta adds value to the visibility and well-being of the region.”

He added: “The current administration in the Niger Delta University has adopted the use of technology to counter-cult activities and ease the conduct of businesses of school fees payment, course registration, allocation of hostel accommodation and clearance.

“ICT has a strong foothold in Niger Delta University. The institution also established an entrepreneur centre and two radio stations on campus.”

The Informant247 – Naija News

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