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How to tackle graduates’ unemployability – VC

The vice chancellor of Hensard University, Prof Dileep Kumar, said one of the ways to tackle unemployability of graduates in Nigeria was to equip students…

The vice chancellor of Hensard University, Prof Dileep Kumar, said one of the ways to tackle unemployability of graduates in Nigeria was to equip students with industry-oriented skills in line with international standards.

He noted in a statement issued in Abuja yesterday that the university was ready to give unique training to its students, with a view to making them entrepreneurs and wealth creators.

He said the university would foster collaborations and partnerships with reputable institutions and industries in ensuring the students draw from sources of knowledge from several points.

He said the institution’s Global Students Exchange Programme would give them the opportunity to attend lectures in universities abroad as part of the dual certification process.

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“The worldwide scholars’ programme with rigorous academic experience intertwined and unique opportunities that tap into global academic resources and expertise will avail Hensard students the exposure to best international resources,” he said.

He disclosed that the global academic network of lecturers and researchers, including the Diaspora Scholars Group, would use cutting-edge technology to deliver lectures in Hensard’s smart lecture halls.

“The Hensard Institute and Centre of Excellence will ensure constant exposure of students to national and international seminars and conferences that will keep students abreast of the latest developments in the international knowledge space,” he said.

 

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