Oyo State Government and the Technical University (Tech-U), Ibadan, have initiated a partnership that will see the outside community benefiting from some of the institution’s technological facilities.
Some of the facilities are the varsity’s high-capacity server, biometric machines and its entrepreneurship and vocational centre located at Ajoda.
This is one of the highlights of an official visit of the Commissioner for Education and Technology, Prof. Daud Sangodoyin. He visited the university last Thursday.
Sangodoyin, who also studied Computer Science, was received by the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ayobami Salami and other principal officers that included the Registrar, Mrs. Olayinka Balogun and the Bursar, Mr. Kehinde Olatokun.
Sangodoyin was conducted round facilities on the main campus on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, hostel and the varsity’s Academy (primary and secondary schools) as well as the entrepreneurship and vocational centre at Ajoda, on Ibadan-Ife…