Following the inauguration of the newly elected Deans and appointed D rectors, the Provost of the College, Dr. Umar Hassan and his Management team have embarked on a visit of some Directorates in the College.
According to the Provost, the idea is to help identify some of the challenges faced by the Directorates, and to proffer possible ways of ameliorating them for the growth and development of the College. He maintained further that it is with the desire that all sectors of the College would work together as a team that informed the decision to embark on the tour.
In the main time, areas visited by the Provost and his team include;
Directorate of Management and Information System (MIS), Directorate of Examination, Exams and Records unit, Academic Planning Directorate, Centre for Literacy and Continuing Education (CLCE).
Others are; Directorate of Research and Publication, and Directorate of SERVICOM respectively.
The Provost and his entourage were warmly received at all the Directorates visited. However, the Provost was briefed of some pending challenges which were peculiar to most of the Directorates visited, these include; Accommodation, Inadequate Office working tools, Lack of Furniture. Others were; inadequate Power, mobility (operational vehicle), among others.
While responding to the avalanche of issues raised, the Provost of the College, Dr. Umar Hassan, in his usual way as a dynamic leader appreciated the Directors for identifying the challenges confronted by their Directorates. He extolled their uprightness and commitment to serve, adding that they have planned to succeed.
Reacting to the most pressing issues affecting all Directorates which is accommodation, the Provost assured all Directorates involved to be calm, as it would be a thing of the past at the completion of the new Administrative building.
Similarly, the Provost also assured the Directors that everything possible would be done to help curb all the problems confronting most Directorates of the College, adding that, “the Management have seen and will act”. He equally called on all Directorates to take issues of maintenance culture with top priority. On their part, the Directors assured the Management of turning around the Directorates for optimal results.