References in periodicals archive ?
'We are happy that NBTE team is here in Kogi for inspection and collaboration; we are excited and we would like to make the best of it,' she said.
In the case of Nigerian higher education, some of the developments in the external environment that would warrant the revision of an existing master plan include failure to pass the NBTE accreditation test due to major infrastructure and/or facility deficiencies; increasing demand for polytechnic education and the need to increase carrying capacity to widen access; demand for new academic programs/courses because of increased demand by industry for new skills; and reduction in the capital subvention due to a cut in the budgetary allocation by the proprietor or funding body.
In the said motion dated May 31, 2007, counsel to NBTE and former Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), Abdullahi Ibrahim (SAN), had informed the court that his client 'never instructed or consented to the institution/initiation and /or continuation of this suit.'
'In keeping with its mandate, NBTE has continued to ensure that quality assurance is maintained in the delivery of programmes of institutions by undertaking accreditation visitations to institutions and programmes that are due.
Iyiola reiterated that n600 million was proposed by the faculty of engineering for the procurement and upgrading of engineering materials so that the NBTE can come to inspect and accredit the courses.
Adewale revealed that the College forwarded it's application to TETFund following the the approval received from the National Board for Technical Education ( NBTE ) on the conversion of the College from Monotechnic to Polytechnic Status on 4th October, 2018.
Even though he acknowledged that Nigeria needs more of maritime institutions, he called for a well regulated and monitoring system by NIMASA and NBTE in order not to allow mushroom academies hijack training of cadets.
Nwafulugo said efforts would be made to create a one-off accreditation process for courses offered in the institution with the help of the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE).
Participants at the one day workshop include NYSC management team, Student Affairs Officers (SAOs) from Corps producing institutions nationwide, representatives of National Universities Commission (NUC), National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), and the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) among others.
For over a year, there had been intense disagreement between the State Government, Mapoly Academic Staffs and leadership of NBTE at large which had led to several measures including strike action, protests, the imposition of new laws and change in the management.
The union was informed that NBTE had been directed to cease further regulatory activities in such institutions.