Nigeria Universities Are Not Producing Good And Quality Graduates-Says NUC

The Nigeria University Commission (NUC) Made A Remark That Nigeria Universities Are No Longer Producing Good And Quality Graduates.

The NUC official made the remark on Tuesday, March 20, 2018, while delivering an address at a one-day workshop on Proposed Higher Education Reform and Africa Centres of Excellence (ACE) Impact in Abuja.

According to Independent, the NUC official said the universities are failing in their mandate.
In a bid to support his remark about Nigerian universities, Rasheed cited late release of transcripts, student results and other academic documents necessary for admission seekers to further their education either in Nigeria or abroad as some of the lapses prevalent in the university system.
Rasheed said the NUC is facing criticisms from stakeholders because some Nigerian university graduates lack necessary skills to enable them to fit properly into the society.

The NUC official also said that the lapses in the Nigerian university are the reasons he designed some reform programmes to address the issue.

NUC approves Zamfara State University as 47th state-owned institution in Nigeria

Recall that on Monday, March 12, the NUC approved Zamfara State University as the 47th state-owned university and 162nd in Nigeria.
The agency's executive secretary while announcing the approval of the institution said NUC is looking at how it can be more effective in regulating Nigerian Universities.
The National Universities Commission is an agency charged to oversee the delivery of quality university education in Nigeria.
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