From Ibrahim Sidi Muh’d Gusau
The Federal Polytechnic Kaura Namoda in Zamfara state has warned the 3,931 2018 matriculated students against any form of social vices comprising cultism, examination malpractice, prostitution and other acts of sexual immorality which are inimical to human progress throughout their stay in the campus.
This was pronounced in a speech by the Acting Rector, Alhaji Sanusi Umar Kofar Sauri on Saturday while marking the 30th matriculation ceremony of the institution, saying, the matriculants have to work harder as they are faced with more challenges than the previous times when education was not all that expensive and competitive.
He further informed that, the institution has earned respect of other Polytechnics across the country in some critical areas involving manpower development, staff and student welfare, sports development, in addition to peaceful learning and teaching environment.
“At the moment, there are 17 National Diploma and 14 Higher National Diploma regular programs in the institution. We have made advanced arrangements towards ensuring that we secure full accreditation for all the programs.
“In support of these programs, we also have Center for Research and Entrepreneurship Development (CRED) with the responsibility to prepare our students for self-employment through the acquisition of additional vocational skills,” the Rector added.