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Education Commissioner tasks ANAMPOLY on innovative teaching



By Obiageli Nwankwo

COMMISSIONER for Education, Ngozi Chuma-Udeh has urged the council members of Anambra State Polytechnic, Mgbakwu, to adopt proactive and innovative methods of teaching.

  Prof. Chuma-Udeh said this while addressing the council members at the ministry’s conference Hall, Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka.

  She said that the traditional method of teaching has been overtaken by innovative methods.

  Teachers are becoming proactive and are thinking outside the box.

  Be proactive, be innovative and move away from the confines of tradition civil service work when it comes to teaching and graduate the right kind of students.

  “The present administration is expecting much from you; we are looking to see graduands who will contribute to the development of the state.

  “We want innovated and skilled students; students who are rich in practical skills than theories.”

  The commissioner also charged the management to find other avenues of sourcing funds for the institution, saying that it was no more practicable to leave such responsibility for government alone.

  She urged them to use the large expanse of land at their disposal for agricultural purposes and generate revenue from it for the institution, assuring the board of the present administration’s commitment to the welfare of the institution.

  Acting Chairman of the council, Prof. Eugene-Mary Ifedioranma Nwana solicited the state government’s help to get the institution fully accredited for Higher National Diploma (HND) programmes.

  The provost of the institution, Dr. Nneka Mefor assured the commissioner of the council’s readiness to work with the government to raise the polytechnic up to the required standard.

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