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PLASU multiple projects to boost admission, employment opportunities – VC

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PLASU multiple projects to boost admission, employment opportunities – VC

Prof. Yohana Izam, the Vice Chancellor of Plateau State University (PLASU), Bokkos, says the execution  of multiple projects in the institution would boost admission and employment opportunities.


Izam said this on Wednesday when the national leadership of Mwaghavul Youth Movement (MYM) paid him a courtesy visits in his office.

A press Statement signed by the university’s Public Relation Officer (PRO), Mr John Agam, and made available to Nigeria News Agency , described the execution  of projects in the institution as “a welcome development.”

“We are of the belief that this latest development will translate into  the establishment of additional faculties in the university thus boosting both the admission quarter and employment opportunities for the teeming youth of the state and Nigeria.

“PLASU is currently executing projects which are at various stages of completion saying that when completed,the projects would enable new programmes to come on stream thus providing the university with the capacity to  compete favorably with other Universities in the world in terms of quality of programmes and products.

“The University is a Plateau project that must succeed. The successes recorded so far are impressive and assured all stakeholders of his determination and resolve to bequeath a university that would stand out both locally and internationally, ” he stated.

Izam further disclosed that the present management  of the institution was changing the narrative of the University for the better as it  would soon attract  individuals, philantropists and organizations to be part of the history by investing  in the University.

The VC commended a Jos-based Miner, Alhaji  Abdulahi Adamu, who is currently building the Advancement and Linkages office for the University.

He said that when he assumed office in 2018, only two out of the 17 programmes being run by the University had full accreditation but today the university can proudly say it had has achieved over ninety percent accreditation of it seventeen programmes.

Earlier, the President of Mwaghavul Youth Movement, Mr Dapul Elisha Gayus and President of the Parliament Crew, Mr David King commended the Vice Chancellor for the great transformation going on in the University.

Gayus admonished the VC to continue with the good work for the progress  of Plateau, Nigeria and the world.
TYC/AMY

Edited by Abdullahi Yusuf

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