Federal University of Technology Minna promises improved academic curriculum
Abdul Mohammed Isa, Niger State
Management of the Federal University of Technology (FUT) Minna, in Niger State North Central Nigeria, have promised to continuously improve on a standard academic curriculum for its students.
Vice chancellor of the university,y Professor Abdullahi Bala stated this during the matriculation ceremony of students of Federal University of Technology Minna in affiliation with the Federal Polytechnic Bida, both in Niger State.
The Vice Chancellor who was represented by Director, Directorate of Collaboration and Linkages, said the university has over the years set integrity, excellence, resilience, diversity inclusiveness, entrepreneurship and innovation as mechanism in achieving its values and mission.
While advising the new intakes, the vice chancellor admonished them to prioritize their academic activities with utmost seriousness so as to achieve their objectives of being in school.
The V.C also advised them to shun any form of misconduct or act that are detrimental or constitute a threat to their fellow students or the Polytechnic community.
“The university in conjunction with the Federal Polytechnic Bida is committed to providing a safe, secure and multi-cultural environment devoid of an atmosphere of hate, rancor or intimidation which in turn create a good atmosphere for learning where the students would develop new and long lasting relationships”.
The Rector of the Federal Polytechnic Bida, Dr Abubakar Abdul Dzukogi who was represented at the event by the Deputy Rector Academics, Chief Maurison Nwanawaezi lauded the management of the Federal University of Technology, Minna for providing an opportunity for the students to easily acquire quality education.