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“Be good managers of facilities,” Ogun charges principals of tech. colleges      

Look beyond students’ fees to generate fund, Gov Abiodun urges Technical Colleges

 

The Special Adviser to the Ogun State Governor on Technical Education, Prof. Joseph Odemuyiwa, has charged principals of technical colleges to be good managers of their facilities.

Prof. Odemuyiwa gave the charge during a meeting with Principals of Government Science and Technical Colleges across the State, held at Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.

He told them that technical and vocational education is aimed at providing knowledge and skills for employment, using formal and informal learning methods, which, he said, are crucial for social equity, inclusion and sustainable development.

He urged them to be good managers of facilities at their disposal and be committed to imparting standard training to their students.

Odemuyiwa noted that the State was committed to self-sufficiency in agriculture and production of raw materials for homes, industries and food security, calling on the Principals to use the viable trades in their colleges to alleviate poverty, improve socio-economic growth of the State, thereby boosting the Internally Generated Revenues (IGR) for the sustainability of the Colleges, as entrenched in the National Policy on Education.

“Be good managers of facilities” Ogun charges principals of tech. colleges
Prof Odemuyiwa inspects technical college

The Director, Technical and Vocational Education and Training, Mrs. Oluwatosin Oloko, in her remarks, urged the Principals to rise up to the development of technical education in the State, encouraging them to enlighten their communities on the importance of learning valuable trades, with the aim of improving the society.

In his response, Principal of Government Science and Technical College, Idi-Aba, Abeokuta, Mr. Joseph Oyepo, thanked Government for being passionate in advancing the cause of Technical and Vocational Education in the State, promising they would transfer skills and knowledge to the students.

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