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Yabatech TETFund centre to sponsor research

Yabatech TETFund centre to sponsor research
The Rector of Yaba College of Technology, Mr Obafemi Omokungbe, has said the N1bnTertiary Education Fund Centre of Excellence on Research and Skill Development is instituted to sponsor staff research works.

A statement made available to The PUNCH by the institution on Tuesday quoted Omokungbe as disclosing this at the opening of the college’s maiden Inter-School Research Fair, Exhibition and Awards held at its College Hall.“The research fair will afford the participants to share innovations, knowledge and also present their works to the world for recognition, promotion and subscription for both public and private sectors,” he said.” The Chairman, College Research Fair, Exhibition and Award, Dr Ibraheem Abdul, applauded the management for the approval to start the fair in the college.3rd August 2022 YABATECH 3rd August 2022 The Rector of Yaba College of Technology, Mr Obafemi Omokungbe, has said the N1bnTertiary Education Fund Centre of Excellence on Research and Skill Development is instituted to sponsor staff research works.

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