The National Universities Commission (NUC) which is responsible for the regulation of universities in Nigeria on April 14th, 2022 has announced the accreditation of five courses in the Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE).
The five courses are Accounting, Business Administration, Education Mathematics, Library and Information Science as well as Criminology and Security Studies.
The great feat was made known to the school management in a letter entitled: “Results of October/November Accreditation of Academic Programmes in Nigerian Universities,” addressed by the National Universities Commission to the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Abayomi Sunday Fasina.
The accreditation became successful after the National Universities Commission (NUC) conducted a statutory accreditation process for the five courses in the month of October/November in the year 2021.
“Pursuant to this mandate and in consonance with the provisions of government’s approved guidelines, the initial accreditation of a programme is held after the programme has run for two academic sessions following approval for the establishment of the programme,” part of the letter reads.
The letter which was signed on behalf of the Commission’s Director of Accreditation, Maryam Salli announced the results of the Accreditation exercise, Accounting and Business Administration (Full), Education Mathematics and Library and Information Science (Full) and Criminology and Security Studies (Full).
In regards to the great achievement, the Acting Director of Academic Planning, Dr Chika Asogwa gave commendable remarks about the success of the accreditation exercise. She attributed the success to the excellent and significant role played by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Abayomi Sunday Fasina.
While speaking in an interview with Wole Balogun, the Special Adviser on Media matters to the Vice-Chancellor, Dr Chika Asogwa said the Vice-Chancellor has been doing great ever since the commencement of his tenure.
“Since the Vice-Chancellor’s assumption of duty on February 11, 2021, he has worked assiduously to raise the standard of infrastructure in terms of providing a very conducive teaching and learning environment for both the staff and students,” she said.
She concluded by saying more is to be expected from the Vice-Chancellor in terms of growth and development.
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