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THE POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN ALUMNUS AND CHAIRMAN OLUYOLE BRANCH OF THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS POISED TO TRAIN 100 STUDENTS OF THE POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN.

The chairman of the Oluyole branch of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Engr Ademola Agoro has said that his company will train 100 students of The Polytechnic, Ibadan on installation of pre-paid meters.

Engr Agoro gave the assurance when he paid a courtesy call on the management of the institution on Monday.

Engr Agoro who is also an alumnus of the institution said those that would be trained would be selected through a competitive examination for engineering students of the institution.

He also assured the management that he would assist in installing solar powered electricity using the students of the institution as part of efforts to ensure regular electricity supply to the institution.

In the area of fabrication of equipment, Engr Agoro promised to assist in bringing such equipment before the 100 days in office of the institution's management.

He also promised to rally round his colleagues to support the institution which produced them.

Responding, the Rector of the institution, Professor Kazeem Adekunle Adebiyi, commended Engr Agoro for his thoughtfulness adding that the institution is also moving away from knowledged based training to outcome based training which Engr Agoro was championing.

Professor Adebiyi assured the NSE chairman that the management was putting in place an arrangement to reach out to the products of the institution in every corner of the world to give support to the institution and employ fresh graduates of the institution.

 

Left to Right: Registrar,The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Mrs Modupe Theresa Fawale; Chairman NSE(Oluyole branch)

 Engr.Ademola Agoro;Rector,The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Prof.(Engr)Kazeem Adekunle Adebiyi; Dean Faculty of Engineering, Engr. Billiamin Tijani ;

and Bursar, mr Olawale Adebayo Ojetola during the NSE Chairman's visit to the Polytechnic.