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Enugu State University of Science And Technology - Enugu

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The University was established as a non residential multi-campus institution.   On establishment, the University which was conceived on a Presidential model after Harvard University made impressive landmarks and stamped its name as the first University of Technology and first State University in Nigeria with her main campus at Enugu.  Other campuses that were created later were located at Abakiliki, Awka and Nnewi.  At inception, only three faculties namely, Engineering, Science and Technology were established at the two functional campuses at Enugu and Awka.
In 1985, there were major re-organisations and policies resulting in the introduction of new programmes and the merging of the University with its sister polytechnic – IMT.  The new faculties created then were faculties of Education, Environmental Sciences, Health Sciences, Law, Social Sciences, Management Sciences and Agric Sciences etc.
The two merged institutions operated unsuccessfully under one Interim Joint Council (IJC) with Prof. Onwumechili as the President and Proc. J.C. Ene of IMT as Deputy until December 1986 when it was demerged.
By 1987 the four campuses had kicked off in earnest with Abakaliki campus housing Agric Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, while Awka campus was for students of Basic Applied Sciences, Law and Social Sciences, Nnewi campus catered for Health Sciences comprising Medicine and Dentistry while the main campus in Enugu housed Engineering, Technology, Management Sciences and the rest.  Each of the campuses had a Deputy Vice-Chancellor as the administrative head.
In 1991, following the creation of Enugu State from the old Anambra State the new Government changed name from ASUTECH to ESUT.
At that time, the two former campuses of ASUTECH at Awka and Nnewi became the State University for Anambra State which today has been taken over by the Federal Government and renamed Nnamdi Azikiwe University, while the Enugu and Abakiliki campuses on the other hand formed ESUT.
ESUT however retained and adopted all the identities of the old ASUTECH including its main campus, the logo, colour, anthem, philosophy, aims and objectives among others.
This re-packaged University, ESUT, established a new campus at Adada Nkpologwu in Uzo-Uwani Local Government Area where students of Applied Natural Sciences and Social Sciences were located.
These three campuses at Enugu, Abakailiki and Nsukka Zones  of the State had four colleges, each headed by a Provost.
College of Engineering at Enugu
College of Agriculture at Abakaliki
College of Applied Natural Sciences at Adada –Nsukka
College of Health Sciences at Abakaliki
The creation of Ebonyi State from the old Enugu and Abia States in 1996 saw ESUT forfeiting its campus at Abakaliki which houses its Colleges of Medicine and Agriculture.  The new State (Ebonyi) understandably converted the campuses to a State University known today as (EBSU) Ebonyi State University.  ESUT on the other hand   re-established its College of Health Sciences at Nsukka until 2005 when it was relocated to Parklane Enugu and named ESUT College of Medicine/Teaching Hospital.
On February 14, 2006, the University under the Vice Chancellorship of Professor Ikechukwu Chidobem was moved from its temporary site at Independence Layout Enugu to a befitting permanent structure built in Nkanu West L.G.A. and named Ebeano City.
VICE CHANCELLORS (1980 - 2010)
REGISTRARS (1980 - 2010)
To date the University has nine (9) Faculties with forty-seven (47) departments and a College of Medicine.
The Faculties are
Agriculture with 4 Departments
Applied Natural Sciences with 7 Departments
Environmental Sciences with 6 Departments
Education with 4 Departments
Engineering with 7 Departments
Management Sciences with 8 Departments
Law with four Departments
Social Sciences with 4 Departments
Medicine with 3 Departments
The University equally has a School of Post-Graduate Studies that offers P.G.D., MBA, M.Sc., and Ph.D degrees in various courses.
In the NUC ranking of May 2005, ESUT was adjudged the number one State University with the highest number of fully accredited programmes. In a similar rating thereafter, ESUT ranked the second best carrying capacity compliant State University behind Niger Delta University which came first.
Chief (Dr.) Chilo Offiah was born on the 26th February, 1946 in Abor, Udi Local Government of Enugu State.  He attended Abbot Secondary Grammar School, Ihiala (1960 – 1964); St. Theresa’s High School, Nsukka (1965-1966) where he did his HSC. He did the Diploma of the Institute of Bankers, London, for his Associateship, AIB (1974).  He attended the Southern New Hampshire University, (SNHU) Manchester, New Hampshire, USA for his B.Sc and graduated as the best Student of the University in 1975 (valedictorian).  He was awarded the University Academic Gold key.  He did his MBA with Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA (1975-1977).  Attended Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA for studies in France for Business Executive & Change Management in (1996 & 2000).  He attended International Institute for Management Development in Lausanne – Switzerland.  He was decorated with Doctorate Degree in Business Administration (DBA) by the Enugu State University of Science & Technology in 1997.
He started his working career as a Banking Clerk with National Bank of Nigeria Limited, and left after six months in 1972 for Higher Education in United States.  He worked for Merchant National Bank, Manchester, New Hampshire as Internal Auditor.  Roxbury Action Program Inc. Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA (a non profit organization) as a Controller of Finance.  First National Bank of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, as a Loan Officer & Consultant in Middleast        & Africa Affairs.  It was from there that Chief Offiah was recruited by First Bank of Nigeria Plc. (then Standard Bank Nigeria Ltd) as a Deputy Term Lending Manager.  He was there-after promoted to Term Lending/Corporate Finance Manager.  He passed through various grades to become Principal Area Manager in 1983 – 1985 and there-after became Assistant General Manager (1985-1989).  In the year 1990 he rose to the post of a Deputy General Manager (Treasury) and supervised the take-off of FBN Merchant Bank where he became the General Manager/Chief Executive Officer, before he was promoted to the first Managing Director/CEO of FBN Merchant Bank Ltd.  He was the Managing Director/Chief Executive for 11 years before he retired from the Bank in Dec. 31st, 2000.  The same year the Financial Times rated FBN Merchant Bank Ltd as the best managed/solid Bank in Nigeria out of the 57 Banks that were in operation.  The Bank has now merged with the parent Bank, First Bank of Nigeria Plc.  He is presently the Chairman/CEO of Inter Trust Limited – A finance, Investment and Consultancy company.               Chief Offiah is presently the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the Governing Council of Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT).
Chief Offiah at various time served as:
Chairman - Enugu State Special Advisory Committee on Finance (1992-1993)
Chairman- Nigerian Mineral Water Industries Limited, Onitsha (1988-1991)
V/President- Council of the Nigerian Institute of Management (Elected on 22/8/90)    
Chairman- Premium Securities & Finance Co. Ltd. (1992-2000)
Chairman- Eastern Bottling Company Limited        
Director- Kakawa Discount House Limited (1994-2000)
Director- Nigerian Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) Limited (1998-2000)
Patron- Nigerian Red Cross Society, Lagos State Branch, Eti-Osa Division.
Member- Board of ESUT Business School, Executive MBA Programme (1992-Date)
Member- Governing Council of Financial Institutions Training Centre (FITC)        (1995-1999)
Member- Editorial Board of Nigerian Banking Annual (Incorporation Who’s Who in Banking.(1987-1989)
Patron - Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria.
Member- Enugu State Council of Elders (2008-Date)
Chief Offiah has been given many Awards and recognition:
-  Southern New Hampshire University, (Academic Gold Cup Award), 1975.
-  Hesser College, U.S.A. (Valedictorian) 1974.
-  Southwestern Company, Nashville, U.S.A. 1975 Best sales man Award.
-  R.A.P. Insight Award for his contribution to the Boston black Community 1975.
-  Corporate Excellence Award 1974.
-  The Role Model Entrepreneurial Award – Ofomedia 1994.
-  Fifty Notable Leaders in Corporate Nigeria – Newswatch Communications 1995.
-  Member of the Order of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (MFR), 2001.
-  The 30 Leading Economists in Nigeria – This Day Newspapers 1999.
-  Certificate of Merit for Patriotic Service to Anambra State – Gov. Col. R. O. Akonobi 2001.
-  Corporate Awards for Excellency by Maritime Authority 1996.
-  He was elected as one of the Outstanding people of the 20th Century by International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Oct. 2000.
-  Awarded Officer of the Order of Niger by the President and Government of  Nigeria. November 14th, 2011. 
-  And so many to be mention.
Dr. Offiah is a:-
Fellow – Nigerian Institute of Management (FNIM).
Fellow – The British Institute of Bankers, London (FCIB).
Fellow – The British Institute of Management (FBIM) 1982.
Fellow – Chartered Institute of Bankers, Nigeria (FCIB).
Fellow – Institute of Credit Management, Britain (FICM).
Fellow – Institute of Management Consultants, Nigeria 1997.
Fellow – Direct Marketing Association of Nigeria 2006 (FDMA).
He holds the traditional titles of:-
The Ezedike I of Abor.
Ekerin Balogun Babagunwa of Ibadan Land.
The Otun Are Bobajiro of Ikirun Land.
Akuzuluora of Ebe.
Oka-ome of Eke, among others.
a.    Merit Award Certificate:  For patriotic and services to the Government and people of Anambra State – Gov. R. O. Akonobi – 1989.
b.    Distinguished Society Service Award – Enugu State Development Foundation – 2000.
c.    Commander of the Udi Local Government by the Chairman & People of Udi Local Government – 1988.
a.    Member of the Order of Federal Republic of Nigeria (MFR) -by President & Government of Nigeria. – Nov. 2000.
b.    Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON) -by President & Government of Nigeria. – Nov. 2011.
He is married with children.
Vice Chancellor's Welcome Message
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Prof. Ogbonna Cyprain Onyeji
It is with delight that I welcome you to the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, a top-ranking University of Technology in Nigeria and indeed the nation's technological pride.
Established in 1981 as the very first state University, the University has grown tremendously, stretching its academic disciplines and research across six different Schools and thirty academic departments. ESUT is located at Agbani in Enugu State, Nigeria and its vision and mission are not only clearly stated, but very vigorously pursued.
The Governing Council consists of members appointed by the Visitor. The members are erudite scholars and well seasoned in their fields of endeavour. The members of the Council are drawn from varied sections of the society and are experienced persons of untainted integrity, courage and stature. The Governing is responsible to the Visitor.
Functions of the University Council
The University Council shall have the power and overall responsibility to:
Make statutes for the organisation, policy, structure, powers, development, financing, responsibilities and general management of the university.
Acquire landed and other forms of property for the use of the university.
Control and superintend the affairs of the university.
Determine the procedure for financing the university.
Determine the terms and conditions of appointment of the Vice Chancellor; and other staff of the university.
Appoint, promote and discipline the staff of the university on the advice of appropriate committees.
Consider and approve annual budgets, short-term, medium- and long-term development proposals of the university.
Consider and approve the annual report.
Consider and approve Auditors’ reports at the end of each academic year.
Conduct a visitation to the university at least once in every five years when new colleges/departments/programmes will come in.
Major Committees of Council
The Council normally operates through the committee system. The following shall be the main Committees of Council:
Finance and General Purposes Committee
Appointments and Promotions Committee
Tenders Board
Academic Development Committee
Other committees may be established as the Council may deem fit.
The Council shall therefore carry out its functions through the following major committees:
Finance and GeneThe Council shall therefore carry out its functions through the following major committees
1. Purposes Committee
The functions of the Finance and General Purposes Committee shall be the scrutiny of the university’s budget and other financial transactions before they are presented to the Governing Council. The Chairman of Council shall also be the Chairman of the Finance and General Purposes Committee while the other members will be the Vice-Chancellor and five representatives of the Council.
2. The Tenders Committee
The main function of the Tenders Committee shall be the consideration of tenders submitted by contractors wishing to execute all major projects of the University. The Chairman of Council shall also be Chairman of the Tenders Committee. Other members will include the Vice-Chancellor, four other Council members, four representatives of Senate, one representative of the Committee of Provosts, Directors and Deans and the Registrar.
3. Appointments and Promotions Committee
The Appointments and Promotions Committee shall deal with the issues of the interview and appointment of staff of the University and present these to the Governing Council for its consideration. The Appointments and Promotions Committee will also consider staff of the University for confirmation of appointment and promotion. The Vice-Chancellor shall be the Chairman of the Appointments and Promotions Committee. Other members of the Committee will include the Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Registrar, Bursar, Librarian, Provosts of Colleges/Deans of Faculties, two representatives of Senate, Head of the Department concerned, if not already a member, and five other Council members.
4. The Fundraising Committee
The main function of the Fundraising Committee shall be to undertake fund-raising activities for the University. Although the Chairman of the Fund-Raising Committee shall be the Vice-Chancellor, the Chairman of Council shall render support as may be required from time to time. Other members of the Committee are three representatives of Council, three representatives of Senate, three representatives of Alumni Associations, the Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Registrar, Bursar and Librarian.
5. Disciplinary Committee
The terms of reference of the Disciplinary Committee shall be:
To investigate, consider and determine all disciplinary cases involving senior members of staff of the University except the Vice-Chancellor, the Deputy Vice-Chancellors or any other member of staff as the Council may direct, provided always that any member of staff aggrieved by a decision of the Committee may appeal to Council for reconsideration within twenty-one days of the decision of the Committee;
a.To make recommendations to Council on any other matter that will be in the interest of proper discipline of members of staff of the University; and
To report to Council from time to time.
6. Academic Development Committee
The Academic Development Committee will receive and consider submissions from the Senate on all issues relating to academic development in the University including establishment of new academic programmes and units. The Committee will also advise Council on matters connected to academic development of the University in addition to reporting to Council from time to time.
The Present Members Of the Governing Council are listed below:
Barr. David Ogbodo               Pro-Chancellor
Prof. Ogbonna Onyeji            Vice-Chancellor
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The Library at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology is a combination of physical and electronic resources. It supports learning at all levels for staff and students and ensures access to current and up-to-date educational content. Access to the virtual library is restricted to staff and students of the University but visitors can use the links below to view open source electronic content. As the custodian of knowledge, our library serves as a repository for Enugu state government publications and laws. 
Access is automatically given upon registration of new and continuing students on the Academia Higher Institution Management System. Staff access is also generated from the information in the Personnel section of Academia.
Here is a list of the electronic resources available
ABC Chemistry
ABC Chemistry - is a compilation of free full text peer reviewed journals in Chemistry in English language. The archive is divided into 2 sections, one with journals that are permanently available full text on the web, and another section with trials and journals that are temporarily for free. There is a separate list with journals in Russian.
African Index Medicus
African Index Medicus - attempts to make health literature produced in Africa more visible worldwide. The World Health Organization, in partnership with the Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA), has created an international index to Africa literature and information sources in Health disciplines. All medical journals in Africa are eligible to join the initiative in order to promote African publishing. An important number of journals articles are not only indexed but freely available in full text.
This contains thousands of free e-books, poems, articles, short stories and plays, study guides, dictionaries, biographies, religious texts, and popular non-fiction.
Bioline International
Features 30 peer-reviewed journals from Brazil, Cuba, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe etc. Subjects included are health, biodiversity, environment, conservation and international development.
British Library For Development Studies
This is Europe's largest research collection on economic and social change in developing countries. The E-library contains full-text electronic resources. This includes journals, reports and working papers from NGOs and International Organisations.
British Library for Development Studies at IDS – Institute of Development Studies
This is Europe’s largest research collection on economic and social change in developing countries.
Chemistry Central
This collection of peer-reviewed open access research and journals in chemical sciences.
Provides access to online resources for CommsDesign engineers
Development and Gender
A searchable database of gender and development materials from across the wild. The collection includes tools, case studies, policy papers and research.
Digital Book Index
Digital Books Index is a fairly new site which offers simple, swift and direct access to online digitalbooks. Extensive subject headings used to classify more than 73,000 titles records.
Directory of Open Access Journals
This provides access to 2,565 quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals.
Electronic Journal of Biotechnology
Launched in 1998, Electronic Journal of Biotechnology is an online international journal covering all areas of biotechnology research, including molecular biology and the chemistry of biological process to aquatic and earth environmental aspects, as well as computational applications, policy and ethical issues directly related to Biotechnology. It is hosted by the Universidad Católica de Valparaíso in Chile. Publishing in EJB is free, as is access to all of its content. Articles are reviewed by a scientific committee. They may be reproduced, with the editor's permission.
Electronic Journals and Magazines on the Middle East
Provides a list of journals related to the Middle East, some of which include access to full texts or abstracts of articles.
Electronic Literature Directory
An e-resource for intensive search of literature works including books, poems e.t.c
Electronic Medical Resources
This provides Free Access to Medical Journals, Medical books, Medical information and lots more with full-text.
Environmental Health Perspectives
Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) is a monthly journal of peer-reviewed research and news on the impact of the environment on human health
Escholarship Editions
Access to electronic editions of academic books published by scholarship editions, mainly in the humanities, religion, history, literature, arts and social sciences. - provides direct links to over 7000 scholarly periodicals which allow some or all of their online content to be viewed by anyone with Internet access for free (though some may require free registration). The issue(s) which are available for free are indicated for each title on the alphabetical periodical lists.
GDN Journal Services
This provides a comprehensive listing of the different initiatives which provide researchers with access to academic journals This list also provides links to databases that provide access to online journals or documents. Some databases link to both journals that provide full text access and those that provide access to abstracts or table of contents.
The new HighWire Press - site contains more than 1000 peer reviewed, high impact journals and other scholarly content publicly available.
International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications, Directory of Free and Open Access Online Resources.
Index Data
The searchable indexes below expose public domain ebooks, open access digital repositories.
INDIACLEN - is a directory of Health Sciences journals that are freely accessible on the web, either in full text or abstracts. The journals listed belong in different regions, and cover English, Spanish and Portuguese languages.
INFOMINE is a large virtual library of Internet resources relevant to faculty, students, and research staff at the university level. It contains useful Internet resources such as databases, electronic journals, electronic books, bulletin boards, mailing lists, online library card catalogs, articles, directories of researchers, preprints and working papers and many other types of information. Built by librarians from the University of California, Wake Forest University, California State University, the University of Detroit - Mercy, and other universities and colleges, the site makes searches of scholarly e-resources in scientific and humanities/social sciences disciplines, in terms of record origin, resource access (free or fee based) and resource type. Much content displayed is for free.
Internet Archive
The Internet Archive is a non-profit that was founded to build an "Internet library", with the purpose of offering permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format.
On-line Russian language Encyclopedia, Krugosvet.
Law Nigeria online
Is the first website in Nigeria, giving Nigerian Law students and Lawyers a platform to exhibit their services. It also gives them access to important links and events. Individual registration is necessary for full access.
Los Alamos ePrint Archive
Open access to more than 400,000 e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science and Quantitative Biology.
National Academies Press
Provides access to thousands of entire books and reports on a wide range of topics in science, engineering, and the health sciences.
Nigeria Medicinal Plants
A complete guide to research on plants, containing a Medicinal Plants Gallery of Nigerian Plants by Prof. Tolu Odugbemi, the current Vice Chancellor of University Of Lagos, Nigeria. First of its kind in Nigeria.
Open J-Gate
Open J-Gate - is an electronic gateway to global journal literature in open access domain. Launched in 2006, Open J-Gate is the contribution of Informatics (India) Ltd to promote OAI by providing seamless access to millions of journal articles available online. Open J-Gate is also a database of journal literature, indexed from 3000+ open access journals, with links to full text at Publisher sites.
Launched in late 2006 by the UK-based Open University, OpenLearn provides free open educational resources for learners and educators around the world under a Creative Commons licence (this means that users can download and reuse the materials, amending them to suit their purpose and context). The site can boast in excess of 2500 hours of free study materials across nine subject areas: Arts & History, Business & Management, Education, IT & Computing, Mathematics & Statistics, Science & Nature, Society and Study Skills & Language Learning.
Pandora, Australia's Web Archive
The PANDORA Project (Preserving and Accessing Networked DOcumentary Resources of Australia) was set up in June 1996 in an attempt to develop an archive with Australian Internet publications for preservation purposes by the National Library. The PANDORA Archive contains an ever growing number of selected Australian online publications such as electronic journals, organisational sites, government publications and ephemera in a broad range of topics from Agriculture to Sports.
This is World’s largest bibliographic database on population, family planning, and related health issues. POPLINE provides citations with abstracts for 300,000 records. 
N.B: You can request full-text copies of most documents cited in POPLINE. Requests are processed during business hours of 8:00 am-5:00 pm EST (0800-1700). POPLINE documents are free of charge by Sending your document request to: POPLINE® INFO Project Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs. Email: 
Limit your request to 15 documents or fewer. Requests for more than 15 documents must be split into multiple requests. POPLINE will process one document request for a maximum of 15 documents per customer per day. POPLINE cannot provide rush service.
Database of working papers and journal articles on economics. The website links to IDEAS, the largest bibliographic database on Economics available on the internet.
The Electronic Journals Library
The Electronic Journals Library - is an initiative of the Regenburgs University in Germany that facilitates the access to full text articles online. The journals compiled cover many disciplines on both Humanities and Sciences in different languages and are divided into those that are fully accessible for all and those that are freely available from a group in institutions, normally University libraries in Germany
The Ptolemy project
The Ptolemy project, a Canada-based professional organization which seeks to foster scientifc partnership between Canadian and African researchers and facilitate access to health sciences related electronic information, has compiled an extensive list with Open Access material fully or partially dedicated to Health sciences, including journals, surgery and medical resources, injury control and public health, subject guides and recommended websites. The e-resources listed at "The Ptolemy project" have been produced in diverse regions in the world, thus covering several languages, mostly English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.
USAID Development Partner Resources
A searchable database listing USAID programme and technical documents, with many available to download.
The free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
World Bank Documents
Collection of World Bank reports, documents and working papers.
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The goal of the Software Development Laboratory is to provide tools and resources to the software engineer that enable rapid development of software applications. While Java is ideally suited for use in Web browsers running on a networked desktop computer, its potential is far greater and will continue to revolutionize the Internet. To expand and enhance software development, this laboratory seeks to apply and enhance the Java platform for a number of areas, including enterprise software, electronic commerce, embedded network-aware sensors and actuators, mobile information appliances, and set-top multimedia computers.
This state-of-the-art laboratory was funded by the Education Trust Fund (ETF) as a Special Intervention in 2006 and is used to support the teaching and research program in computer, electrical, and mechanical engineering. Specifically, the laboratory combines a lecture facility together with a combination of high-performance Windows and Unix workstations. This facility is used by the students and faculty in the courses on Software Engineering, VLSI design, and System on a Chip Design, Digital System Verification, and Hardware Design Methodologies. In addition, this laboratory contains the hardware and software necessary to provide for the analysis and simulation of new computer designs. Examples will include new proposed Internet security solutions, experimental wireless ad hoc networks and configurations, and schemes for the management of networked systems. The laboratory provides for the development of CAD design tools and the integration of these tools to support industrial strength design flows. Finally, this facility supports the many System-on-a-Chip and Mixed Technology Microsystems research projects currently in process in the school by providing the platform for the higher-performance CAD software tools.
This classroom contains a combination of 40 Windows workstations that accommodate 40 students in a classroom environment. It is networked to provide distributed learning together with students from other campuses of ESUT as well as other schools. In addition, this facility can be made available to students and faculty on a 24/7 basis through the use of a key card access system.
Information for the Engineering labs
The basic roles of undergraduate engineering laboratories are usually stated in terms of how the laboratory experience serves the student. To these roles another is added: the continuing professional development of the faculty members. This added role gives great emphasis to laboratories concerned with new and developing topics in the discipline and moving the laboratory towards the 'hands-on' type of curriculum. This eventually will lead to more practice-oriented graduates.
In the quest for excellence, the Enugu State University of Science and Technology has laboratories for all departments in the Engineering faculty. These laboratories are located in the departments and cover for the following:
Agricultural engineering laboratory;
Chemical engineering laboratory;
Civil engineering laboratory;
Computer engineering laboratory;
Electrical/Electronics engineering laboratory;
Mechanical and production engineering laboratory; and
Materials and metallurgical engineering laboratory.
Academia™ Higher Institution Management System (Academia™) is the very first and only end-to-end information management system for tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
The system manages all processes from admissions through registration and learning and to graduation. All information relating to staff and students is stored on the system and allows for a single report generation interface with all information on the University.
Designed and developed as a radical ICT project between introIT Consulting and the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, the Academia™ project will significantly enhance administration of learning and by extension improve the standard of education within the University and in other institutions who adopt the system.
The system automatically collates and computes results at the end of every semester while ensuring that only registered students receive results. Transcripts and other academic related information is available to all students at the end of every session.
Reports on students performance, staff performance, student – staff ratio and other information enable management take informed decisions on running the University.
The Academia™ system covers all processes including:
Information management
Student Affairs
SMS system
Online examinations
Polls and online voting
To have an active progressive, formidable virile, democratic union that will ensure justice domestic peace, provide common defense on rights of the students and stimulate growth geared towards progressive citizenship.
Aware of the role our students must play in the growth of Nigeria and sustenance of the institution philosophy, we become determined to engage our members in the national scheme of things to progress through knowledge skills in science and technology.
Obliged to speak without doubts against any breach of fundamental human rights of speech association, movement and religion and to champion the course of the oppressed people in the world as enshrined in Nigeria constitution.
The General assembly: -
The whole registered students of the university.
The congress consist of
The executive
The legislators
The senate
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