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“WE WANT YOU TO BE CREATIVE”…PROVOST TELLS NEWLY INAUGUTATED 53 COMMITTEES IN THE COLLEGE.

Sequel to the expiration of the tenure of College Committees set up during the year 2014/2016 session, the College Management has inaugurated another Members of 53 Committees that would partner with it to steer the affairs of the College till the year 2019.

The Provost, Dr A. A Ajayi, addressing the Chairmen and Members of the various Committees on Tuesday 13th June, 2017 at the Kunle Filani Academic Theatre Hall, congratulated them on the new appointments and made it known that their selection was not based on gender, ethnic, religion but was on their ability and capability as well as their relevant academic activities and records of reputable service. He revealed further that the Committee system embraced by the College was to entrench the culture of democracy.

While admonishing the Committee member to be innovative in the task ahead of them, the Provost declared that many of the decisions and recommendations made by the Management were gotten from the College Committees. He then added that they should desist from doing things the old ways.

Dr Ajayi, urged them to see their appointments as a call to service. “It is known that while we labour, there would be little wages. There is no committee that is of bone or flesh, what is more important is that you assist the College Management” he said.

NASU DAY CELEBRATION 2017

It was celebration galore on Thursday 30th March, 2017 at the NASU hall, FCE Abeokuta, as members of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions celebrated their day with the theme: “Labour and Management Relationship”.

Speaking on the theme, the Keynote presenter, Comrade Emmanuel Sunday Adeegbe (JP) stressed the need for labour and management relationship adding that the relationship between labour and management would not harm the organization but add value to the growth and development of the organization.

The Provost, Dr A. A Ajayi, represented by, Dr (Mrs) B. A Adeniji, felicitated with Chairman and members of the Union for the wonderful and colourful event. She urged members to live within their incomes and abide by all College regulations.

Also speaking at the occasion, the Chairman of the occasion, Alhaji N. O Sodipe, while declaring the ceremony opened urged Union leaders to relate harmoniously with the College Management.

Earlier In his welcome address, the Union Chairman, Comrade Waheed Adewuyi expressed joy for the success of the 2017 NASU day with numerous achievements to point at within the first two years of his tenure. He further stated that the awardees who were carefully selected deserved the awards for their outstanding contributions to the Union.

Highlights of the events were the conferment of awards, donations towards face-lifting of NASU Secretariat as well as issuance of certificate of recognition to the retiring NASU members.

CSO ALERTS COLLEGE COMMUNITY ON UNLOCKED OFFICES

The College’s Chief Security Officer, Mr J. A Adeyemi, has again warned the College Community on the habits of leaving their offices’ doors unlocked or partially locked as well as not ensuring that all electrical appliances were properly switched off after office work.

The warning as contained in a release signed by the CSO, noted that any unpleasant incident that may occur as a result of the negligence would be shouldered by the staff assigned to carry out the duty in the office and that such person would be held responsible and treated as the number one suspect.

The release further implored College Community to take necessary steps in replacing all offices’ keys that were in bad conditions adding that security was a collective responsibility.

NASU DAY CELEBRATION 2017

It was celebration galore on Thursday 30th March, 2017 at the NASU hall, FCE Abeokuta, as members of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions celebrated their day with the theme: “Labour and Management Relationship”.

Speaking on the theme, the Keynote presenter, Comrade Emmanuel Sunday Adeegbe (JP) stressed the need for labour and management relationship adding that the relationship between labour and management would not harm the organization but add value to the growth and development of the organization.

The Provost, Dr A. A Ajayi, represented by, Dr (Mrs) B. A Adeniji, felicitated with Chairman and members of the Union for the wonderful and colourful event. She urged members to live within their incomes and abide by all College regulations.

Also speaking at the occasion, the Chairman of the occasion, Alhaji N. O Sodipe, while declaring the ceremony opened urged Union leaders to relate harmoniously with the College Management.

Earlier In his welcome address, the Union Chairman, Comrade Waheed Adewuyi expressed joy for the success of the 2017 NASU day with numerous achievements to point at within the first two years of his tenure. He further stated that the awardees who were carefully selected deserved the awards for their outstanding contributions to the Union.

Highlights of the events were the conferment of awards, donations towards face-lifting of NASU Secretariat as well as issuance of certificate of recognition to the retiring NASU members.

RECORDS AND SCHOLARSHIP DIVISION REVISED GUIDELINES FOR ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES, STATEMENT OF RESULTS

The Records and Scholarship Division of the College Registry has stated that it would as from Monday, 19th June, 2017, begin the implementation of the new policy as regards issuance of Certificates and Statements of Result in Colleges of Education.

Subsequently, the guidelines for issuing Certificates and Statement of results to applicants in the College have been reviewed. For further details, please contact the Division.