• More than 450 staff of Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu, have benefitted from Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund)-sponsored training in the last four years, according to the registrar of the institution, Mr Leonard Khama.

    Khama, who made the disclosure while conducting newsmen round TETFund projects in the institution on Thursday, said that TETFund’s intervention in the school had widened its carrying capacity and impacted on academic and infrastructural development of ESUT.

    However, he said the institution still needs more computers, classrooms and hostels in order to overcome various challenges.

    On his part, Mr Emeka Ojiogu, TETFund Desk Officer in the institution, said that the fund had committed N3 billion on projects in the school between 2011 and 2014.

    Ojiogu, however, said that the institution had yet to access the second tranche of the Needs Assessment intervention which had been transferred to the Federal Ministry of Education.

    It was reported that some of TETFund’s projects in ESUT include a seminar chamber, hostels, faculty buildings, main library complex and post-graduate building, among others. (NAN)

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    1. Nnedimma 9 years ago

      Why are those aspirants whose choice of school is not esut but wrote the screening exam not given admission

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