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NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES COMMISSION (NUC) RESOURCE VERIFICATION AT CIVIC CENTER CAMPUS

RESOURCE VERIFICATION VISIT TO THE ACADEMIC UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN THE COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES BY THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES COMMISSION (NUC) AT CAPITAL CITY UNIVERSITY, KANO

In ensuring that CCUK complies with NUC standards for mounting new Academic Programs, the University invited the regulatory body to asses its preparation to establish the College of Management and Social Sciences, 6 Academic Departments, and 13 Academic Programmes. NUC accepted the invitation of CCU and constituted a visitation team of Five Professors and Experts to conduct the resource verification exercise.

The team successfully conducted the visitation on Thursday, 4th – Friday 5th August 2022. The Assessment was successfully carried out with both parties excited and confident that the expected outcome of the exercise would allow CCU to mount the Additional 13 Academic Programmes in the new college at Civic Center Campus. These Programmes include:

B.Sc. AccountingB.Sc. Insurance

B.Sc. Islamic Banking and Finance

B.Sc. Entrepreneurship

B.Sc. Banking and Finance

B.Sc. Business Management

B.Sc. Procurement Management

B.Sc. Economics

B.Sc. Criminology and Security Studies 

B.Sc. International Relations

B.Sc. Political Science

B.Sc. Film Production

B.Sc. Hospitality & Tourism Management

The University hopes to admits students into these Programmes and commence Academic activities by November, 2022.

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COURTESY VISIT

The Vice Chancellor of Capital City University Prof. Sadiq Z. Abubakar receives Gen. Halliru Akilu (Rtd) who paid a courtesy visit to the University.

During the tour of the University, Gen. Akilu commended the management on the provision of the State of Art facilities in the University and their effort in using Advance technology in running the Academic activities of the University.

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Through Communication Networking at CCUK, University World News Offers Solutions to Global Development Challenges.

Professor Sadiq Zubair Abubakar, Vice Chancellor, Capital City University, Kano believed that the Nigerian universities stand a good chance of improving their visibility through regular packaging of their activities in order to attract more knowledge sharing for world class research, exchange programmes and collaborative projects through critical communication and Networking. The Don made this known at the interaction on communication and Networking.

The Don made this known at the Interaction on Communication and Networking Strategies meeting between University World News (UWN) and some universities in Nigeria held on Wednesday 17th of May 2022 at Dawaki Road Campus, Kano.

As the world continues to face development challenges, leaders, change agents, sponsors and policy makers are increasingly hoping to get reliable solutions to human and resources development from the numerous universities around the world. However, information about the activities of many universities, including research, inventions as well as projects are rarely in the news. And when they do, the channel or reporting systems are often inappropriate. Thus, information about what universities, especially in developing countries can do, have done, or will be doing to initiate, activate, resolve and improve challenges are very difficult to come on a single platform. 

Therefore, “it is important and expedient for universities to vigorously explore collaborative platforms such as the one offered by the University World News,” said Mr. Richard Griffith, the Global Sales and Marketing Director who participated in the meeting virtually. Richard explained that UWN bridges the gaps of information sharing for the transboundary and sustainable development of higher education.  He said that thirty percent of the UWN audience is in Africa and Nigeria is the second-largest country for potential academic education information in Africa. 

The University World News offers information-sharing platforms in podcasts, videos, hub sponsorship, and combined packages for regular information at reasonable prices. While presenting her paper, the representative of UWN at the meeting, Ms. Dulce Sliveria Lewcok who is the project manager for Africa, stressed that Nigerian universities have great potential to explore information sharing to give them the necessary and important spotlight to develop virile scientific linkages, partnership, exchange programs, etc to enhance their fortunes, visibility and output. This is more important now that the number of universities (private and public) continues to grow with the increasing number of prospective students.

In his own address, another speaker at the meeting professor Ibrahim Garba (immediate former Vice Chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University Zaria), identified that Nigerian universities must take extra ordinary steps to meet the modern challenges of higher education to be able to produce employable graduates with relevant skills to be competitive. Professor Garba gave a testimony on the outcome of effective information sharing and networking with Ahmadu Bello University as a case of example where ABU Zaria collaborated with central China University Changsha to address a National need for Nigeria- operation and maintenance of the new railway network. As a result, a 3 plus 2 double joint degree is civil, transports and railway engineering was agreed open between the institutions and the two countries where a total of Ninety students and fifteen lecturers were trained. The participants at the meeting agreed that Nigerian universities must seek accessibility and improve their quality of information about their activities in order to gain more global relevance and continuously provide insights to solve human development requests.

More than ten vice-chancellors attended the meeting which ended on the 19th of May, 2022 with a courtesy visit to the palace of the Emir of Kano, His Highness, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero.

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CONSTITUTION OF TECHNICAL COMMITTEE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF CURRICULUM FOR MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES PROGRAMMES AND ESTABLISHMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES COLLEGE

The management of Capital City University, led by Vice-Chancellor Sadiq Z. Abubakar, attended the constitution of the Technical Committee on the establishment of Capital City University College of Management and Social Sciences, Chaired by Prof. Badayi M. Sani on 12th April 2022.

The College will Commence activities with 13 Academic programs under the departments of Accounting and Finance, Business Management, Criminology and Security Studies, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Mass Communication and Political Sciences.

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Capital City University Kano plans to take off with the Faculty of Science & Computing. There will be six (6) Departments that will collectively offer twelve (12) degree programmes. In designing the take off programmes, the University has prioritized addressing national skills gap, employability, and programmes attractiveness.

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