The Rector of Kaduna
Ibrahim said that commercialising the research projects would provide the students with the technical and vocational know-how required for the nation’s technological advancement and industrialisation.
The rector said that rather than dump such research studies, their commercialisation would also go a long way to encourage the students to be self-reliant, a development with the capacity to create jobs.
He said the polytechnic’s Entrepreneurship Action in Us (ENACTUS) team, which emerged winner of the national students’ entrepreneurship competition, would represent the country at a global entrepreneurship event in South Africa in October.
According to him, the initiative challenges students to think of how to proffer solutions to the socio-economic problems in their communities. (NAN)
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