NUC OKAYS NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES FOR FUOYE

The National Universities Commission has approved the commencement of eighteen (18) new academic programmes in the Federal University Oye- Ekiti. In a letter dated November 14, 2016 to the Vice Chancellor Professor Kayode Soremekun, signed by the NUC Director of Academic Standards, Dr. G.B Kumo said the approval followed the successful evaluation visit carried out by panels of experts to the university with a view to assessing the human and material resources available for the establishment of the new programmes.

The letter further said “I am directed to inform you that the management committee during the 504th meeting held on Saturday 12 November, 2016 considered and approved the establishment of the full time mode of the following programmes to be run in the campus of the university only, effective from 2016/2017 session:

The programmes include Public Administration (BSc.) Business Administration, (BSc.) Peace and Conflict Resolution (BSc).Others include Library and Information Science (BSc.), Hospitality and Tourism Management (BSc.), Mass Communication (BSc.), Banking and Finance (BSc.), Agricultural Science Education (BSc. Ed), Biology Education, (BSc Ed)as well as  Chemistry Education (BSc. Ed), Mathematics Education( BSc. Ed). Also approved are English Education( B.A Ed), Criminology and Security studies (BSc.), Political Science (BSc.)and History and International Studies, (B.A).

The University management on its part has taken urgent steps aimed at providing more human and material resources for the development and growth of the approved programmes

This development brings to forty six (46) total numbers of academic programmes and seven (7) faculties.  

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STUDENT AFFAIRS DIVISION

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL PROSPECTIVE CORPS MEMBERS OF 2015/2016 ACADEMIC SESSION

Due to the approved quota given to our Institution by the NYSC for 2016 Batch ‘B’ service year. All prospective corps members are advised to visit the University website in order to register online for their mobilization exercise on or before 2pm, Friday, 8th October, 2016.

Note: This is strictly for students who graduated 2015/2016 Academic Session.

 

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Signed

Olowookere O. A.

Student Affairs Officer

 

The vice chancellor of the Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Professor Kayode Soremekun, has called on the citizens of Oye community to assist the university even as they expect benefits from the institution. Professor Soremekun was responding to speeches during a reception organized in his honour during the weekend at the Oye Civic Center.

According to the vice chancellor, in as much as the university is willing to consider the host community in admissions, employment opportunities and contract award, the citizens should equally strive to assist the young institution in surmounting its ever-increasing challenges so it can grow to give back to the host community.

The vice chancellor applauded the contributions of the Oye community to the university and said that his administration will ensure that Oye citizens enjoy all accruable benefits, hinting that the contract for the renovation of the block for the new faculty of Education was awarded to an Oye indigene.

He expressed appreciation for the reception saying, “I am overwhelmed by what I saw here today, this event is beyond my imagination, I thank you so very much.” He maintained that his administration is favorably disposed toward any community that will help to move FUOYE forward, and will, therefore, welcome any advice or contributions to that effect.

Speaking, the paramount ruler of Oye kingdom, the Oloye of Oye, Sir Michael Oluwole Ademolaju, said the occasion was a special one. “Today’s event is unique in that, for the first time since the establishment of the university, we are welcoming as the vice chancellor of FUOYE a man of our descent, a Yoruba man who understands our cultural particularities,” he said.

The Monarch commended Professor Soremekun for starting well, “Your approach to the administration of the university since your arrival so far reveal that you are actually conscious of the need for the uprightness and openness in serving one’s people; you have pursued the introduction of new faculties and departments with utmost sincerity of purpose.”

The traditional ruler climaxed his remarks by declaring Professor Soremekun a bona fide citizen of Oye and christening him “OMODELE” of Oye Kingdom, in fulfillment of his earlier promise of giving the vice chancellor the Oye city key. Oba Ademulaju prayed that Professor Soremekun’s name be written in an indelible mark in the history of the university at its developmental stage.

President of Oye Progressive Union (OPU), Hon. Barr. Akinbowale Omole had informed the vice chancellor that Oye people received the news of his appointment with joy in the hope that it would further strengthen the relationship between the university and her host community.

The OPU president applauded Professor Soremekun for starting on the right footing adding, “We want to note that you are taking off well, particularly in the areas of new faculties and departments which is the desired expansion. It is our wish that in no distant time the university will be able to compete with other top universities in the country and abroad.”

Barrister Omole also hinted that the occasion was not for any other purpose than to welcome the vice chancellor and create an opportunity for interaction between him and the community in order to foster good and lasting relationship now and beyond his tenure.

The vice chancellor was accompanied to the event by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Raphael Ajayi, the Head of Ikole campus, Professor Olugbenga Amu, management and other staff.

 

DECISION EXTRACT FROM PRINCIPAL OFFICERS MEETING WITH THE EXECUTIVE OF THE ASUU FOUYE, ON MONDAY, 6TH JUNE, 2016.

Consequent on the Principal Officers meeting of 6th June, 2016 with Executive of ASUU, the following as stated below were reached and hereby communicated.

  1. Intellectual Prosperities: Management has approved payment. A committee is set up to determine sharing formular. The committee will consist of the following.

  1. Chairman – Deputy Vice Chancellor.

  2. Representatives, Bursar, Member.

  3. Representative, Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Member.

  4. Olanrewaju Raphael, Secretary (SAR V.C).

 

  1. Promotion:

  1. 2014/2015- The management has initiated and concluded the promotion exercise, the letters of those promoted will be out this week.

  2. And also initiated the commencement of 2015/2016 promotion exercise.

 

  1. Hazard Allowance: We are currently on a monthly wage bill of 171 Million Naira per month; we only receive 167 Million Naira per month from the government. To rush into the payment therefore mean to cut down on our wage bill which by implication means retrenchment. Management in the light of the above is studying the situation and searching for a pragmatic solution that will be fair to all.

 

  1. Examination Allowance: Management has carefully reviewed and has approved payment commence 31st of July, 2016 and the backlog is on the radar of management to accommodate same as soon as IGR improves.

  1. Issue on moratorium on predatory journals: We will be very pragmatic with Predatory Journals. The content and contribution to knowledge will be determine the rating of such journals and not the Emblematic states of the Journal.

 

                Signed.

Professor Kayode Soremekun

      Vice- Chancellor.