The Administration of Kogi State College (KSU), Anyigba, on the weekend mentioned the establishment had attained one hundred pc accreditation of its programmes with 24 new ones by the Nationwide Universities Fee (NUC).
Prof. Marietu Tenuche, vice chancellor of the college, disclosed this throughout her maiden press briefing on the college’s Senate Constructing on Friday in Anyigba.
Tenuche mentioned the programmes have been accredited barely one yr after she assumed workplace because the fifth vice chancellor of the college, established in 1999.
The accredited programmes in accordance with her, are 19 undergraduate and 5 post-graduate programmes along with the present 29.
The vice chancellor mentioned the feat was a departure from a situation in 2005 when 21 programs of the establishment have been denied institutional accreditation by the NUC.
She mentioned the best downside the college had ever confronted since institution was the accreditation debacle in 2005.
“The college offered all of the 30 programmes it was operating then to the NUC for accreditation and solely 9 of such programmes have been granted accreditation, all on interim foundation.
“The remaining 21 have been denied accreditation. The establishment was to later make historical past because it had 29 programmes accredited by the NUC inside 29 months.
She mentioned in 2008, the fee carried out an institutional accreditation train that affected not solely the programmes within the certified establishments but in addition all of the services in place for instructing analysis and studying.
“On the finish of the, train Kogi State College emerged because the main state college in Nigeria. Since then all of the vice chancellors of the college, together with my humble self, haven’t taken this laudable recognition with no consideration.” (NAN)
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