Ayede Poly: First batch of staff recruited as institution gets ready for take off  

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Ayede Poly: First batch of staff recruited as institution gets ready for take off

Enoch OYEDIBU

The Federal Polytechnic, Ayede, Ogo-Oluwa local government area of Oyo state is set to begin academic activities, over one and a half year after establishment. Barring any last minute hitch, the first set of students will resume in September for the 2022/2023 academic session. This is just as the first batch of staffs has been recruited to assist the management team in driving activities of the fledgling institution founded along with others last year.

Chairman Governing Council, Prof Dakas addressing the audience

The rector of the polytechnic, Dr. Taofeeq Adekunle, made these heartened disclosures Wednesday, during a town-hall meeting members of the institution’s Governing Council, who made their inaugural visitation to the institution, had with the people of Ogbomoso, held at the Ogbomoso Recreation Club, POAT area.

 

Dr Adekunle informed they had put necessary machineries in motion for takeoff, saying they only now are waiting for the approval of courses and subsequent accreditation by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE).

 

Expressing optimism these would come to pass before the commencement of the 2022/2023 academic session later in the year Adekunle further disclosed that the pioneer staff had been recruited and would soon be handed their letters of appointments.

 

ogbomosoinsightonline.com reported earlier that 150 staff would be recruited, however, the exercise was undertaken via windows of slots and not through the fairer advertisement of positions. Perhaps there were inexplicable constraints to treading that path necessitating its being done covertly. Subsequent recruitments hopefully would not follow that trend as many job seekers are in deep lamentations for missing out in the exercise. In addition, it is learnt that the institution plans to commence with 13 courses.

 

Meanwhile, the chairman of the Governing Council, Professor Dakas J Dakas SAN, assures the institution would operate on the platform of high moral and academic standards promising to eschew religious or ethnic issues capable of truncating peaceful coexistence in the school.

 

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