Upgrading of Modules is a National Duty-says Dalhatu, Director Quality Assurance & ICT Dept

Upgrading of Modules is a National Duty-says Dalhatu, Director Quality Assurance & ICT Dept

Mal. Shehu Dalhatu, Director Quality Assurance and ICT

Mal. Shehu Dalhatu, the Institute’s Director of Quality Assurance and ICT , said the upgrading of the Institute’s manuals is a pride to the Institute and a national duty.

Dalhatu disclosed this while opening the “Demystification Implementation and Writing Workshop, ’’on behalf of Prof. Garba Dahuwa Azare, the Institute’s DG/CE on September 9, at the SMASE Hall.

He said 21th Century demands that there should be options in the modules performance.

“We must have enough standardised contents before the action can be taken,” he said.

He said that students’ projects should form part of the issues for consideration during the upgrading exercise.

Haj. Fatima Balgore, a Deputy Director in the Institute’s Department of Quality Assurance and ICT, who spoke on behalf of Dalhatu, said that the exercise was sequel to a survey conducted by the Institute and which led to the discovery that the Institute’s students face problem with understanding the modules.

“That informed the assembling of these experts to translate difficult areas in locals languages, such as Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo,” she said.

According to her, the Institute is committed to interpreting its modules in those languages and subsequently transferring same into the students’ phones for better understanding.

Present at the workshop, were the Institute’s retired Directors and staff, such as Prince Ademola Olude, former Director Academic Services and Dr. Lanre Maja, former Director, Quality Assurance and ICT.

Others included  Mal. Salmanu  Gwarzo, Mal. Ibrahim Liman, Dr. E.N Ekpunobi and Mr. Nwakolo Emmanuel.

 

Source: NTI News Bulletin Bi-Monthly Edition, August September 2019 Vol. 1 No. 020, Page 4

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