In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 02nd, October, 2020

Imo, Kano Reveal When Colleges Ought to Reopen

Imo, Kano Reveal When Schools Should Reopen

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Imo State Authorities has ordered colleges within the state to reopen on the fifth of October, that’s subsequent Monday.

 

The resumption is, nevertheless, topic to the adherence to the suggestions by the committee chargeable for guaranteeing that COVID-19 security protocols headed by the Deputy Governor, Prof. Placid Njoku.

 

The choice to reopen the colleges was reached on the State Govt Council assembly on Wednesday, which was presided over by Governor Hope Uzodimma.

 

Commissioner for Data and Technique Declan Emelumba, who briefed reporters,  additionally mentioned the council gave approval for the college system to be totally automated and digitalised to seize pupils and college students enrollment; lecturers, pupils and college students private information; cost of college charges; examination particulars and different related data regarding colleges.

 

The rationale for automation, the commissioner mentioned, is to make it simple for presidency, dad and mom, lecturers, college students, pupils and the general public to entry data on colleges in addition to information of anybody who handed by such colleges.

 

Emelumba mentioned that the Commissioner for Training will head the automation course of.

 

He, nevertheless, knowledgeable, regrettably, that the State Govt Council had obtained data that the deliberate warning strike by docs is politically-motivated and an intention to blackmail the federal government.

 

The Kano State Authorities additionally yesterday launched a time-table for re-opening of private and non-private colleges for the third time period educational 12 months.

 

Commissioner for Training Muhammad Sanusi-Kiru launched the time-table at a information convention yesterday in Kano.

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Sanusi-Kiru revealed that the colleges could be re-opened in phases and that exit class college students in private and non-private colleges would resume between Oct. 11 and Oct. 12.

 

He mentioned that major I and II pupils would attend courses on Mondays and Tuesdays and first three, four and 5 would attend courses on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

 

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