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Hensard varsity appoints pioneer VC

Hensard University, Toru-Orua, has appointed a Professor of Strategy and Organisational Behaviour, Prof. Dileep Kumar as its pioneer vice chancellor. The university announced this in…

Hensard University, Toru-Orua, has appointed a Professor of Strategy and Organisational Behaviour, Prof. Dileep Kumar as its pioneer vice chancellor.

The university announced this in a statement Sunday.

It also announced the appointment of Professor Prekeyi Tawari-Fufeyin as the Deputy Vice Chancellor.

“Hensard University finds in Professor Kumar, an internationally reputed scholar, teacher, researcher and mentor, whose works align with Hensard’s unique approaches to higher education.

“The thrust of researches, his precocious publications, patents, global experience and intellectual status match the benchmarks that Hensard University has set to produce global leaders whose relevance would be drawn from their commitment to improving communities and the larger society,” the statement read in part.

It said Kumar joined Hensard University from Nile University of Nigeria, Abuja, where he was the Deputy Vice Chancellor and Dean, Faculty of Management Sciences.

Kumar was quoted as saying the institution would be “at the forefront of seeking out new frontiers of knowledge in the search for answers to challenges humanity faces.

“Our research centres, institutes, international linkages, dual certifications and the dedication of my colleagues are available as we commit to serving our students and communities the Hensard advantage.”

 

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