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NUC grants Labour Institute accreditation to run degree programmes

The acting head of the department of Special Duties, Mrs R.O Solomon, announced this achievement in a statement made available to newsmen in Ilorin.

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NUC grants Labour Institute accreditation to run degree programmes

The Michael Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies (MINILS) Ilorin, Kwara State, has received accreditation from the Nigeria Universities Commission (NUC) to run degree programmes in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management.

The acting head of the department of Special Duties, Mrs R.O Solomon, announced this achievement in a statement made available to newsmen in Ilorin.

The statement said, ”This development marks another historic milestone in the life of the institute since its establishment about 40 years and a decade ago with the mandate of building the capacity of workers, government officials and employers of labour to achieve industrial harmony and sustainable development in Nigeria.

“Recall that the institute recently matriculated 84 students enrolled into the programme which commenced in 2020.

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“Consequently, mobilisation into the Youth Service Corps Scheme will be granted to all MINILS’ B.Sc. students.

”The management of the institute wishes to also reaffirm its commitment to achieving its vision of becoming a Regional Centre of Excellence in Labour Studies and a globally renowned labour institution.

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“We are grateful to our team of hardworking staff for their efforts towards the achievement of this great feat,” the statement said.

 

Proofreading, editing by Gift Luckson and Hafsat Aleeyu Muye, Journalist and Editor at Neptune Prime.

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