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2.5m students enroll in TETFund digital platform

The executive secretary of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), Sonny Echono, an architect, said over 2.5 million students had been enrolled in the Tertiary…

The executive secretary of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), Sonny Echono, an architect, said over 2.5 million students had been enrolled in the Tertiary Education, Research, Applications and Services (TERAS) platform.

TERAS, a digital services platform, was launched by TETFund in 2023 to provide a “centralised hub for tertiary education services, which comprises IT infrastructure and services offering computing, storage and networking to participating institutions and meant to support the publication and learning needs of students through institutional libraries.

Echono disclosed that the platform had excess capacity but public institutions were given the preference of on-boarding before it is extended to private universities.

He spoke in Abuja at the 2nd Registrars’ Workshop and 75th Business Meeting of the Association of Registrars of Nigerian Universities (ARNU), with the theme: “Sustainable Legal Framework as Panacea for Industrial Harmony in the Nigerian University System: Challenges and Remedies.”

He said the Fund had enlisted the support of registrars of tertiary institutions and other stakeholders to ensure maximum utilisation of the ICT infrastructure for administrative, research and other purposes by students and staff of their institutions.

 

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