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CHINA EYES YABATECH ON VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

The fore- running of Yaba College of Technology as a provider of technical education in Nigeria reached its crescendo as a Chinese Polytechnic, Guangzhou Panyu, eyes the institution on vocational technical education. The Chinese Polytechnic in partnership with a Chinese construction company based in Nigeria, China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation, (CCEC) has the required manpower capacity to provide technical assistance to the College graduates especially in the area of rail and road transportation development. “China and Nigeria have a long standing socio- economic relationship and it is expected that CCEC will take advantage of this relationship by keying into Nigeria’s transportation development via rail transportation”, said the Guangzhou Panyu Polytechnic Vice President, Liu Jiahuan. Mr Jiahuan who defined the proposed technical assistance as a corporate social responsibility to Nigerians, noted that Nigeria’s achievements in the area of technical education were made known through the Nigerian Railway Corporation. “Through the Railway Corporation, we know that YABATECH, the cradle of higher learning is one of the best institutions in Nigeria and as a first class polytechnic, we are desirable to cooperate with her in the field of technical and vocational training”. The two institutions will cooperative and share academic ideas in mechanical, civil, architecture and construction engineering technology respectively. In attendance were the management team of Yaba College of Technology led by the Rector, Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe who was unavoidably absent, but was represented by the Deputy Rector Academics, Dr. Taye Oyelola, representatives of Guangzhou Panyu Polytechnic led by its Vice President and a representative of the Nigerian Railway Corporation, Lagos District Manager, Engr. Jerey Oche.

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C.K. GEORGE DONATES BOOKS TO YABATECH.

The former Head of Department (HOD) Urban & Regional Planning Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech), Tpl. (Mrs.) Catherine Kayode George recently donated two publications authored by her to six departments in the College. During her courtesy visit to the newly appointed Rector, Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe, she specifically came to appreciate the College that gave her enabling environment to work between 1986-2000, as a lecturer in which she eventually rose to the post of HOD before retirement. “I am pleased to announce to you about my publication “BASIC PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF URBAN & REGIONAL PLANNING 4TH EDITION” which was launched at the Annual General Meeting of Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Lagos State chapter Nigeria on September 29, 2016”. “The book has been edited by Nigerian academia and Professionals and is a recommended text for Environmental Science students in tertiary institutions. The book discusses on more principles of Urban and Regional Planning with examples from the country’s situation; also on some urban environmental problems in Lagos Mega-City. It is a useful reference material for governmental offices, consultants in the construction industry, lecturer and students in local and foreign tertiary institutions. It covers syllabus for examination by Town Planners Registration Council of Nigeria for Urban & Regional Planning.” Her second publication titled “URBANISATION AND THE LAGOS MEGA-CITY” captures the phenomenal growth of Lagos, the attendant environmental challenges and efforts made to address the issues. It highlights the potential of investment tourism in Lagos Mega-City. She reveals that it will be an asset to private and public libraries and for multi-national corporate bodies, Town Planning Professionals, allied disciplines and for government offices as references. Foreign based readers can learn more from this book about the challenges of urbanization of cities in developing countries such as Lagos the most urbanized city in West Africa. “Having lived in Lagos from 1965-till date, I have witnessed a greater part of the phenomenal growth of Lagos in my 45 years of Town Planning professional experience. My education at the University of Melbourne, Australia (1971-1972) has also exposed me to international norms in planning theory and practice. I am a fellow of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) England, and keep in touch with the RTPI by maintaining my membership”. “In writing both books, I have spared no cost or expense for best professional practice. Both books also feature some projects I worked on as a foundation staff in Lagos State Civil Service at Ikeja Area Planning Authority/LSDPC (1965-1979); as a lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning at Lagos State Polytechnic (December 1985-June 1986), at Yabatech as HOD, Urban & Regional Planning (July 1986-2000), at Lagos State University (2011-2013), and as a Town Planning Consultants (1980-1985, 2000-2017). I have been external examiner and moderator to University of Lagos, Yabatech and other tertiary institutions on their Urban & Regional Planning programmes.” “The research and production of the two publications were self motivated and entirely self financed. It is my humble contribution to national human resources development and I believe that the College community (lectures and students) will find both books very useful. I hereby donate a copy of each of the two books to the library of the following departments: Urban & Regional Planning, Architecture, Building Technology, Estate Management, Surveying & Geo-informatics and Quantity Surveying”. The Rector thanked her for remembering the College 18 years after retirement, also for the kind gesture of presenting inestimable valuable materials to the College; and commended her resilient spirit of still writing even though she has retired. He encouraged her not to relent because the books will remain a lasting legacy that people will refer to in years to come. He thereby on behalf of the Management bought 10 copies each of the two publications to the College Library with substantial amount.

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DEADLINE FOR COMPLETION OF SCHOOL FEES PAYMENTS AND REGISTRATION FOR 2ND SEMESTER 2017/2018 ACADEMIC SESSION.

This is to inform all PARTTIME students of the college that the deadline for completion of payment of school fees and registration is Friday September 14, 2018. In view of the above, all Part time students are expected to have paid their school fees, completed their registration and submit to their Respective School/Admin officers (CCS) before expiration of the above deadline. Further to the above, the center for continuous Studies (CCS) is reminding students who are writing carry over courses for the 2nd semester that they are required to pay their full School fees for the session.

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR APPLICATION FOR 2018/2019 ADMISSIONS

This is to inform the general public that the application form for 2018/2019 admissions into Hnd(full/parttime) Nd parttime, B.sc Edu. and Certificate programmes is now available. Please click on the ONLINE APPLICATION under PROSPECTIVE STUDENT section to apply.

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SENSITIZATION SEMINAR AND TRAINING OF TRAINERS WORKSHOP.

The Centre for Applied research and Technology Innovation (ARTI) is organising a sensitization seminar year for final year students (B.ED &HND) and Training of Trainers (TOT) workshop for research project Supervisor in the college. The details of the programmes are as follows: Morning Session: TRAINING OF THE TRAINERS (TOT) FOR RESEARCH PROJECT SUPERVISORS. Topic: Achieving Excellence in Research Project Supervision in the College. Date: Tuesday 4th September, 2018. Venue: Multipurpose Hall Time: 9:00am Afternoon Session: SENSITIZATION SEMINAR FOR FINAL YEAR STUDENTS (B.ED&HND) Topic: Combating Plagiarism Syndrome in Student’s Project Date: Tuesday 4th September,2018 Venue: Multipurpose Hall Time: 12:00 noon.

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BSC / HND DISPARITY: YABATECH RECTOR SEEKS FULL IMPLEMENTATION ON REMOVAL.

The Rector of Yaba college of Technology, Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe has appealed for the removal of the disparities between the university and polytechnic graduates in the Civil Service. He made this appeal while receiving a three - man delegations from the Office of the Head of Civil Service (OHCSF) and the National Board of Technical Education (NBTE) led by the Deputy Director, OHCSF, Mrs. Modupe Odubare, who were visiting the College as part of the benchmarking exercise for approval of the revised scheme of service and conditions of service for polytechnics and similar tertiary institutions. According to him, while government has made known its decision on the abolition of the disparity, its paperwork still does not support the Higher National Diploma graduates. Engr. Omokungbe however appealed the federal government to harmonize the BSc/ HND graduates by removing the disparities between the two certificates stressing that strict compliance of this, will help promote industrial harmony in the Nigerian Civil Service.

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YCT INAUGURAL ALUMNI LECTURE HOLDS SEPTEMBER 5

Yabatech Alumni and the college community are invited to the YCT Inaugural Alumni Lecture Series on the 5th of September 2018 at Yabatech Multipurpose Hall by 11am. Topic: Technical Education and National Development: Current and Future Trend. Distinguished Award of Excellence shall be given to : 1. Pastor Femi Martins, President, YCT Alumni Association 2. Mrs. Bunmi Lawson, immediate past & Pioneer Managing Director/CEO, Accion Microfinance Bank Limited,Director, EFIn A. 3. Engr Pa John Ediale - 1947 SET 4. Senator Akinyelure Patrick Ayo, Founder, All Over Polytechnic - 1986 Set 5. Mr. Nnamdi Ezeigbo, MD/CEO; Slot Systems Limited 6. Arc. Babatunde Ojo, Chief Executive Officer, Arckonsult

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YABATECH MANAGEMENT TO SUPPORT NACON ON NURSING EDUCATION

In a bid to promote higher learning in Nigeria, The Rector, Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech) Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe, has said the institution will provide accreditation support to the Nigerian Army College of Nursing, NACON on its nursing education programme. Nursing education is a certificate program run by NACON in nursing and mid- wifery to all and sundry in the Nigerian Forces, paramilitaries and by extension, non- military personnel. According to the Rector, the institution with vast and array of experiences in tertiary education have met global best practice and it has become necessary to provide guidelines as well as interpret the requirements of National Board of Technical Education (NBTE) on the program. He made this known when a three - man delegation of NACON, led by the commandant, Brig. Gen. Agata Onovo paid him a courtesy visit on his appointment as the Rector of the institution. The commandant stated that the institute came to establish an official relationship with Yabatech and also seek areas of partnership with the College. Onovo explained the partnership is necessary because the Nigerian Army has approved the intake of qualified personnel from all walks of life for its nursing and mid- wifery programme and that the institute awaits NBTE accreditation. ‘Yabatech is an NBTE approved institution and experienced in the business of higher education. We do not want to stumble as NACON prepares for take-off, hence, the need to seek Yabatech for assistance, she said.

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YABATECH BUSINESS CENTRE

This is to inform all applicants that the Yaba College of Technology Business Centre is opened for the purchase and filling of the POSTUTME FORM, please note that the Yabatech Business Centre is located behind the School Library, close to the second gate of the college between 8:00am - 4:00pm, Monday-Friday. Yaba College of Technology is not liable to any fradulent transaction with third parties. Thanks

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POSTUTME SCREENING FORM FOR 2018/2019

kindly read through for comprehensive details. Also please be informed that Management has given an approval that a sum of ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED NAIRA (N1500) be charged for the verification of the 0'level results of prospective candidates applying for admission into various College programmes.

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YABATECH MANAGEMENT PROCURES NEW MATTRESSES FOR HOSTELS.

In her bid to make hostel accommodation convenient and comfortable for students; the Management of Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech) has purchased 3,000 mattresses to be supplied in various hostels across the College. Since the emergence of the new Rector, Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe has been making the necessary effort that hall of residence is habitable and second home for the students. He assigned Public Relations Unit to tour the whole hostels and gives him the situation report; after the assignment was successfully executed, the first bold step of the Rector was to acquire new mattresses to replace the bad ones in the hostels. The Dean, Student Affairs Mrs. A.O. Shobande who took delivery of the mattresses in batches, explained that it is a welcome development; she noted that Management is determined in ensuring that all the hostels in the College wear a new good look. Shobande assured that henceforth there will be regular water and electricity supply in the hostels coupled with conducive environment for learning. “After the completion of hostel fumigation that is on- going; the admission to the hall of residence will now be by e-balloting for specific bed allocation and the lucky student will check into the hostels immediately”.

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IT IS TIME FOR YABATECH TO BECOME A UNIVERSITY – ALAKIJA

The founder of Rose of Sharon foundation, Dr. (Mrs.) Folorunsho Alakija has declared that the 70th year old institution, Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech), ought to have become University by now. During the courtesy visit of Yabatech Management to Alakija in her Rose of Sharon Towers Victoria Island recently, she noted that Yabatech is the premier tertiary institutions in Nigeria which has been in existence for a long period; and the College is ripe to become University. The richest woman in Africa encouraged the Management to surmount whatever the challenges before the College; and put more effort in ensuring that the status of the institution changes as soon as possible. The Rector of Yabatech, Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe in his opening speech explained that the courtesy visit is to appreciate Mrs. Alakija for her numerous kind gesture to the College; and to familiarize with College’s illustrious fellow to intimate them of our plans. “We are planning to inaugurate Board of Fellows made up of distinguished Nigerians who are recipients of the College Fellowship award that will be partners in progress; we will tell them our needs and the areas that they can be of help to us individually and collectively. Endowment fund will be launched to take active part for development project especially Epe campus which is begging for infrastructural development.” Alakija is an illustrious fellow of Yabatech, she is one of the biggest individual donor to the College; her latest gesture was the donation of Skill Acquisition Centre, she has promised to equip the centre with necessary facilities.

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YABATECH NOW OFFERS CERTIFICATION IN SKILL ACQUISITION COURSES.

Yaba College Of Technology , Now offers certification in various skill acquisition courses as contained in the flier above. for further details please contact Dr. Awoh Stella Mofunanya- 07013901162. For Registration, Pick up form at Mrs Folorunsho Alakija Skill Acquisition Centre. Yaba college Of Technology ,Yaba-Lagos.

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YABATECH RECTOR GIVES PRIORITY TO STAFF WELFARE

The Rector, Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech), Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe is leaving no stone unturned concerning his promise to give priority to staff welfare during his inaugural speech. In fulfilling the promise, the College staff buses that ply Ikorodu and Mowe routes that had been faulty during the tenure of last administration; have been refurbished and put back on the road. This latest development will definitely ease the transportation problem that the staff in Mowe and Ikorodu had been facing since the breakdown of the vehicles. The era of paying cash to purchasing daily ticket is gone, as payment for transportation will henceforth be deducted from staff salary on monthly basis. This initiative will eradicate the stress of securing daily ticket with physical cash, which will be of great advantage to the staff.

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NSE HONOURS YABATECH RECTOR

The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) Lagos branch freshly honoured the Rector of Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech), Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe during the 2018 Annual Public Lecture, Awards and Induction Ceremony. Omokungbe is a prolific Engineer and the first alumnus of the College to be appointed as the Rector of Yabatech. He has attended and presented papers in several workshops, seminar and conferences both locally and internationally, also published numerous research projects. He has undertaken several construction projects around South West Nigeria both private and public structures; he is recipient of several commendations for his outstanding impact professionally and in the community. He became a member of NSE in 1999; a member of Nigeria Institution of Civil Engineers (MNICE), Nigeria Institution of Structural Engineers (FNIStructE), Nigeria Institute of Management (MNIM), America Society of Civil Engineers (MASSCE). He is a fellow of (FNIStructE) and registered with Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN). In his speech, the NSE Chairman Lagos Branch Engr. Johnson Akinwande revealed that NSE was honouring those who have contributed immensely to the growth of Engineering profession and supported NSE Lagos branch over the years. “The lecture of today is termed “From Engineering to Entrepreneurship, The Rainoil Story” to be delivered by our own Engr. Ogbechie the MD/CEO of Rainoil Nigeria limited an oil and gas conglomerate. The topic is specially chosen to emphasize the fact that Engineers can also be successfully as entrepreneurs. We engineers are seriously concerned by the hopelessness of our youth especially young engineers. They are losing hope in themselves and in our country so the lecturer is one of us and he has experienced all and has succeeded. We want him to share with us his experience”. Five other Engineers were also honoured; Managing Director of SLOT Systems Limited, Engr. Nnamdi Ezeigbo, Managing Director Plant Project Limited, Engr. Abiodun Adebayo, Group Managing Director Rainoil Limited, Engr. Gabriel Ogbechie, Executive Director Operation of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Engr. Oluwarotimi Fashakin, Chief Executive Officer Kenol Nigeria Limited, Engr. Olaolu Ogunduyile. Likewise 77 corporate members were inducted into the NSE, Akinwande congratulated them and requested that they should participate actively in all the programmes of the branch. He advised them to strive to become entrepreneurs and start their own business, thereby creating employment for the teeming unemployed youths in Nigeria.

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Yabatech Acquires Plagiarism Detecting Software

The Governing Council Chairman of Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech) Prince Lateef Fagbemi SAN, hinted that Yabatech has acquired state of the art security software that can detect any act of plagiarism in projects and thesis written by students and lecturers. Fagbemi stated this at the 11th International Science, Technology, Education, Arts, Management and Social Sciences (ISTEAMS) conference organized by the Research Nexus Africa Network (RNAN) in collaboration with the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic (ASUP) Yabatech chapter, where he spoke on the theme, “Plagiarism and its legal implications within academic environments: consequences on the institutions and offenders”. He said that the software could detect the slightest act of plagiarism and copyright fringes; with the software, the College was confident that products were now better secured and their final works, much more reassuring adding that the conference was apt as it brought to the front burner the unfortunate situation of plagiarism. “Educational institutions must step up the quality control mechanisms and academic papers submitted by writers must be thoroughly checked to detect a possibility of plagiarism. This is where the deployment of technology comes in. “Relevant software must be acquired by our institutions to detect any possible case of plagiarism so that it could be nipped in the bud”. He said. Fagbemi noted that plagiarism was prevalent not only in the higher institutions of learning but also in science, journalism, literature, film creation and other areas. The academic and intellectual industry, plagiarism was a serious ethical offence, therefore plagiarism cases could be detected even in works of famous writers, songs, filmmakers, philosopher, scientist, and public workers among others. “Plagiarism is not in itself a crime, but can constitute copyright infringement” He therefore recommended that institutions must step up the quality control mechanisms, while government must set up legislative intervention in curbing the problem of plagiarism. “Our laws must be re-jigged to cater for the menace as a specific problem which deserves a special and deliberate solution. “The legislature must promulgate laws that specifically and pointedly address plagiarism, and all its variance, taking it away from the adaptation of the copyright laws, under which it is currently treated. I am optimistic that with a specific law in place, apart from the current copyright laws on them would increase, thereby raising the awareness and acting as deterrence to further culprits”.

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YABATECH TO BEGIN OPEN DISTANCE LEARNING, TRAINS LECTURERS ON INITIATIVE

Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech) in collaboration with National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) organized Open Distance & Flexible Learning (ODFL) training, titled “train the trainer workshop” for her lecturers drawn from twelve departments approved for the take off of ODFL by NBTE. The vision of NBTE for all Polytechnics in Nigeria is to adopt Distance learning and make judicious use of it to the maximum. NBTE had trained lecturers from various Polytechnics and has mandated them to go into their respective schools to train others, in order to spread the knowledge of distance learning in all departments, so that ODFL will kick off in Nigerian Polytechnics. Speaking at the workshop, the Director of Flexible Skill Development (FSD) Dr. I.A. Abdul welcomed the participants and advised them to pay rapt attention to the facilitators and ask necessary question. The representative of NBTE, Elder Ayo Aroge commended the workshop and encouraged the participants to go back to their departments after the training to train other staff on how to use the platform. Aroge stated that he was happy because ODFL is not new in Yabatech because FSD has been planted in the College which has germinated and it is growing. “Tertiary Institution E- resource is a project to capture the former sector. NBTE is saying that student can stay at home to receive lecture; it is practicable all over the world and we are finding it difficult to plant it here, how can we capture the heart of student in this aspect? They are familiar with social media; let us transform it to learning because students are technology compliance. NBTE is initially planning for 70% to 30% i.e 70% for online learning while 30% is for face-to-face revision, practical and examination, it will move next to 90% to 10% and will eventually transform to 100% online. I therefore encourage the partakers to be active and at the end of the day they will be better for it”. Earlier in his speech, Yabatech Rector Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe explained that for over seventy years our education system has relied on face-to-face methods of classroom teaching, however, to be able to maintain our leading position in the future, Yabatech must develop and perfect her ODFL system to meet the demand of time. ODFL is one of the most rapidly growing fields of education and it will be an important element of future education and training systems. “In May 24, 2017, the NBTE approved the implementation of ODFL in 12 programmes for Yabatech and 29 for other Polytechnics. Prior to this approval, the College established the FSD centre in April 2016 with 3 departments, one of which is ODFL department. The ODFL department of the FSD centre came up with a draft ODL policy for the College in January 2017 but its implementation was suspended pending the launching of the NBTE/M8 FSD/TIER project. Yabatech has been an active participant in the FSD/TIER project since inception mainly because of our belief in potential of ODFL to increase access to quality Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in formal and non- formal sector”. “The promise of ODFL remains unfulfilled in many education institutions in spite of their good initiatives due to their failure to recognize key planning and implementing steps. At Yabatech we ensured a great deal of planning with careful and systematic implementation strategy to avoid pitfalls and unnecessary failures. Extensive capacity development is one of such strategies and that is the focus of this staff training.” He added.

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YABATECH BIDS FIRST FEMALE RECTOR FAREWELL

The Management, staff and students of Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech) in collaboration with the Joint Christian Management Committee of the College recently organized a befitting farewell Service of Songs for the first female Rector in Nigeria and in Yabatech, late Chief (Mrs.) Felicia Abimbola Odugbesan. Odugbesan served as the Rector of Yabatech from 1993 to 2001 meritoriously and eventually retired from active service. She was born in November 20, 1946 and died in April 3, 2018 in the United State of America. Speaking at the Service of Songs, the Women in Technical Education (WITED) National Coordinator, Princess Regina Amadi noted that Odugbesan was the founder of WITED in Nigeria; and it has spread to 46 Polytechnics in Nigeria. She advised the attendee not to mourn her but rather emulate her. “There are a few people in life who cross your path and they leave indelible impression on your mind. Such impression does not come from just their status, wealth or lineage but from their uncommon individual with an uncommon approach and an uncommon trench. Chief Odugbesan lived a meritorious and courageous life; she positively touched many lives as a teacher, erudite scholar, a visionary, and an administrator per excellence. She is a woman of no little statute nationally and intentionally, a devoted Christian, a committed family woman, a leader, a great mentor to the younger generation, a builder of human capacity and a great contributor beyond WITED and Yabatech, but to the national development” she added. Amadi noted that there are numerous comments about our departed leader from different WITED chapters of Polytechnics in Nigeria; one can begin to understand that Odugbesan was indeed a rare gem who distinguished herself to the service of humanity and God. She had numerous laudable achievements to even keep accurate track of a great educationist and an accomplished leader; she touched and mentored many lives, and won many laurels. Now we all can understand that God the creator does not make mistake in such things, He takes the best. In his condolence message the Rector of Yabatech, Engr. Obafemi Omokungbe explained that the news of Odugbesan death was received with a deep sense of shock in the entire community but with gratitude to God for the trail blazing life that she lived; indeed a life of vision, tremendous courage and great achievements. “We at Yabatech are particularly grateful for her service to the College especially in different capacities of Head of Department of Town Regional Planning; Dean Student Affairs and First Female Rector of the College. We are proud of the many legacies she left behind and shall continue to cherish our fondest memories of her as a friend; a loving mother to many and an astute administrator” Omokungbe added. The Dean, School of Environmental Studies, Dr. J.O. Oke in his tribute stated that Odugbesan motivated and taught many students who are now making waves in various capacities nationally. She belonged to many professional bodies; as an administrator she scored a number of first in these areas which are: first female Head of Department of Urban and Regional Planning; first female Dean of School of Environmental Studies, first female Dean Student Affairs, first female Rector in Yabatech. Oke revealed that her administrative prowess went beyond Nigeria as she was the former Vice Chairman West African Region of Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa. She was a socialite and she held traditional titles such as Yeye Onigege Ara of Odoragushi Lagos state and Ajisetoba of Isiwo Ogun State.

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Yabatech Multidisciplinary Journal (YAMUJO) : Call for Papers

Yaba Multidisciplinary Journal (YAMUJO) is a bi-annual double-blind peer reviewed research journal published by the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics domiciled in Yaba College of Technology, Yaba Lagos, Nigeria. It is an international journal aimed at professional development of academics and professional in their respective fields for global impact. All papers will be subjected to plagiarism check.

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ASUP - International Conference of Science and Technology, Engineering and Humanity

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP), Yaba College of Technology Chapter holds her maiden edition of International Conference of Science and Technology, Engineering and Humanity (ICSTEH). Date: 18th - 20th September 2018 Venue: Multipurpose Hall, Yaba College of Technology, Lagos.

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