Holding governments accountable for implementing anti-discrimination legislation, legal mandates for inclusion and policies to remove barriers have been identified as the means to advance inclusive education, the Vice-Chancellor, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof. Olufemi Peters, has said.
Top personnel of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) currently on examination monitoring tour of study centres in the South-south geopolitical zone of the country have expressed satisfaction on the administration and conduct of the ongoing 2021_2 Pen-On-Paper (POP) examination as they observe it in the region.
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof. Uduma Oji Uduma, has described as satisfactorily the administration and conduct of the on-going 2021_2 Pen-On-Paper (POP) examination.
He disclosed this when he monitored the exercise, on Friday, 19 November 2021, at Enugu Study Centre.
While acknowledging the highly competent staff at the centre, he also commended them for their commitment, cooperation and their synergy, stressing that the staff know what to do at any given time.
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof. Uduma Oji Uduma, has, on Tuesday, 16th November 2021, visited Abakaliki Study Centre, Ebonyi State, to monitor the on-going 2021_2 Pen-On-Paper (POP) examination.
He was taken round by the centre director, Dr. Udu Ama Aka and other senior staff for inspection of the facilities and the examination venue for proper supervision and assessment of the exercise.
Two external examination monitoring officers, Prof. Gregory Okagbare and Dr. Kahar Wahab Sarumi, have separately visited the Jalingo, Wukari, Bauchi, Azare and Bogoro Study Centres, where they commended the process and the orderly conduct of the ongoing 2021_2 POP examination.
While at Jalingo Study Centre, Okagbare was given a tour of the centre by the director, Dr. Bala Waziri Kwata, which afforded the visitor the opportunity to inspect facilities at the study centre.