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The computer based test software which was used to conduct examination for the Engineering students undergoing Student Work Experience Programme (SWEP) organized by the Students Work Experience Programme (SIWES) unit on the 17th November, 2016 at the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) Center in the University received commendations from staff as well as relevant stakeholders and observers.
Mr. Okeke averred that enhancement of the IMTC Unit will also be extended to various units and departments of the university with the provision of functioning Learning Management System (LMS) and E-learning multimedia teaching programs which will aid the advancement of teaching and learning process. One of the major administrative sectors (Bursary Department), he explained has been approved by University Management for computerization for seamless operations as well as to enhance the service delivery and growth of the university.
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Labode Popoola, appreciates the effort of the IMTC unit and promised to assist the unit in achieving its mandate for the university.