From David Hassan, Gombe
The Federal College of Education (Technical) Gombe in conjunction with the Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN) has organized an induction programme to sensitize students of the college on ITC compliance.
The induction programme also aimed at registering graduates of the College into the profession of information technology in the country as required by the law.
Declaring the programme open at the weekend in Gombe, the College Provost, Dr. Adamu Gimba Abbas, while congratulating the students for joining the professional body, urged them to exhibit good character and ethical conduct so as to be good ambassadors of the college.
He said the college which was establish in 1977 with 300 students has increased to 15,000 students, adding that the college has started enrolling degree programme and pledged that it would do it best to maintain quality of teaching.
Speaking at the event, the guest speaker, Dr. Abbas Fufore, advised the inductees to exhibit a high sense of professionalism, competence and accountability in the discharge of their responsibility.
In a goodwill message, Commissioner of Higher Education Gombe state, Dr. Isah Muhammed Wade, who was represented by the Director of Student Affairs, Mr. Maxwell Wakaye, lauded the management of the college for introducing programmes aimed at equipping the students with qualitative education and urged the students to put what they have learn into practice.