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Jigawa State Govt to partner Skyline Varsity for improved education delivery

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By Abdullahi Idris, Dutse

Skyline private university in her efforts to ensure smooth development and sustainable growth in the education industry across Nigeria has organized one-day capacity building training in Dutse the capital of Jigawa state.

The beneficiaries of the said capacity building training are Bauchi, Jigawa and Kano states which was part of the university’s corporate social responsibilities in Nigeria to ensure effective productivity and results oriented outcomes in the education industry.

This was disclosed to journalists at NUT Center in Dutse by the Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Ajith Kumar.

The Vice Chancellor however, noted that the essence of the training was to inculcate new diffusion of global ideas in the aspects of scientific research and technology innovations among the private schools in their respective breeding process in producing new generations of future leaders to compete on the global of education industry.

He equally said more are coming in terms of collaborative efforts towards ensuring sound education among the states not only in the areas of students training but also in the aspects of knowledge acquiring processes in the nation-building via effective skills, morality and wisdom.

On the part of exchanging views with university team, Director General, Dr Ahmad Sara pointed out that Jigawa State Government is ever ready to partner with Skyline University to improve the quality of education across state.

The Director General also urged the private schools proprietors to focus on mentorship initiatives among other notable factors to enhanced learning skills, disciplined and excellence and commended the skyline private university for chosen Jigawa state among the very few selected beneficiaries of the capacity building training.

Meanwhile the Director of the academic support services of the university, Sarada Maganti said that the team was in Jigawa State to create effective partnership, synergy with the state government as university celebrates five years of existence in academic, research and development initiatives

Mr Sarada, however advocated for impacting good characters and disciplined among the students and urge the private schools to focus in producing future leaders full of patriotism,vision and integrity

In his remarks, the Chairman Association of private schools owners of Jigawa State Chapter, Mr Ojo Felix commended the initiatives of Skyline University and call on Governor Umar Namadi to incorporate more private schools teachers in government capacity building training or workshops

The Chairman concluded by appealing to Jigawa State Government to allocate more lands for private schools expansion and conducive atmospheric environment.

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