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Skyline University Nigeria (SUN) Receives Members of Federal Ministry of Education on Skills Gap Assessment

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Skyline University Nigeria has continued to be the preferred destination for individuals seeking an institution that adequately prepares graduates for employment during their studentship as all the programmes run by the university are fully focused on bridging the gap in skills development. This was in part of an assessment of the programmes by the members of the Federal Ministry of Education, who paid a courtesy visit to the university management on 28th, September 2020.

The assessment will help to identify the skills gaps of individuals who make up the university community. It is also a critical and effective programme that includes determining desired skills, assessing student’s skills and identifying gaps. According to the ministry’s team lead, Mrs. Obaje C. M. The programme was a confirmation that the university’s plan meets national quality assurance requirement in enterprise, education, and community needs that provides appropriate competency outcome.

Skyline University Nigeria has ensured that all her programmes from inception, meets the entrepreneurial needs of the community and professional bodies governing accreditation like the National Universities Commission (NUC). This is in conformity to the university’s drive for excellent delivery of knowledge, skills and value-based education.

While receiving the guest, the Vice-Chancellor of Skyline University Nigeria, Professor Sudhakar Kota stated that he is pleased to receive the members of the Federal Ministry of Education. “Skills gap assessment will ensure that the educational programmes offered in the university have attained a level that meets or exceeds standards” Prof. Kota stated.

Other members of the Federal Ministry of Education present at the meeting includes Mr. Aleshe, A. N. and Mrs. Benjamin Lydia.