Edo State Polytechnic receives accreditation for mass communication, pharmacy technology, and other programs

The Edo State Polytechnic, Usen, has received full accreditation from the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) to administer the National Diploma in Mass Communication, Pharmaceutical Technology, and two additional academic programs.

Omoruyi Sylvester, the Rector of the Polytechnic, told journalists that the board gave the school full accreditation during a recent quality assurance tour.

The two new programs are the National Diploma in Science Laboratory Technology and the Higher National Diploma (HND) in Public Administration.

The accreditation result, he added, was contained in a letter delivered to him by the NBTE’s Director of Polytechnic Programmes, Ngbede Ogoh, on behalf of the board’s Executive Secretary, Prof. Idris Bugage.

The rector thanked Edo State Governor Godwin Obaseki for his dedication to the advancement of tertiary education in the state and his support for the school.

He praised the government for ensuring that the Polytechnic provides high-quality education while also investing in research and development.

Sylvester stated that with the governor’s assistance, more programs would be brought to the NBTE for accreditation in order to guarantee that they satisfy the basic requirements and provide value the to students.

Omoruyi stated that the polytechnic takes pleasure in being a top academic excellence center and will continue to foster new research to solve societal concerns.

The rector commended the NBTE, Polytechnic personnel, and management for their cooperation and collaboration in guaranteeing the school’s outstanding education.

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