Achievements


The Directorate of Academic Planning and Monitoring has made some modest and encouraging achievements these past years. Some of these achievements are hereby highlighted:
  1. Through its Academic Planning Committee was able to facilitate and ensure the creation of new additional Departments, new programmes and renaming of several others to reflect contemporary needs and demands.
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  3. The Unit successfully presented the programmes for regular accreditation exercise by the National Universities Commission.
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  5. In consultation with Faculties and Departments produced a draft academic brief to be incorporated into the reviewed University Master Plan.
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  7. Through the University Board of research, the Unit promotes research activities in the University through disbursement of grant to support research activities of staff and Departments. Similarly, it serves as the desk office of Tetfund and coordinate Tetfund support for research, training, conference attendance, book publishing and upgrading of teaching/research facilities and also monitors the Federal Government World Bank Step-B Research Projects in the University; with four independent research projects on-going, and research grant to support some 57 staff-in-training to acquire their higher degrees.
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  9. The Unit oversees and monitors academic programmes of all affiliate Institutions to ensure quality teaching/learning.
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  11. The Unit through its Accreditation Committee recently prepared and presented the University for Institutional Accreditation Exercise by the National Universities Commission, and by the Europe-Africa Quality Connect Evaluation Team.
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  13. Directorate of Academic Planning and Monitoring regularly conducts workshop for academic staff to improve their quality of teaching. It houses the Academic Monitoring Committee that oversees the conduct of academic activities across the Faculties and Departments.
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