76th Conference of Registrars of Polytechnics and Colleges of Technologies in Nigeria (COREG).

Tuesday September 3, 2019 witnessed the convergence of academic registrars from different Polytechnics nationwide, here at Delta State Polytechnic, Ogwashi-Uku. The event kicked-off at 10am, visitations
were made around the immediate and extended geography of the host institute. 
On arrival of the participants, they were all ushered into the venue of the long-awaited conference. The conference attracted a host of dignitaries which included the Rector of the Institution, Prof. S.C Chiemeke, the Chairman of the Institute’s Governing Council, Chief Okubor and a representative of the National Board for Technical Education and a host of other well meaning personnel, both in academic and non-academic capacities.

It commenced with a welcome address by the Rector of this great institution, having delegated a staff of the institution to give an opening prayer, which preceded the recitation of the national anthem. Formal introductions were made by every registrar of the participating institutions at the conference, alongside the deans and heads of departments of every school operating in the host institution (DSPG).

Afterwards, the Registrar of the host institution for the conference, Mrs Nweke, gave an opening address to throw light on the essence of such conference, while the chairman of the parley of registrars supported with another address to shed more light on the wholesomeness and far-reaching effects of parleys like this. They gave room for a brief spectrum of other enlightening addresses by some top-notch dignitaries present at the event. The chairman of the host institutions’ Governing body gave an impromptu speech on the importance of implementation of such high-powered conferences in concerned institutions. 

Entertainment in the form of traditional dance parade was made possible by the staff cultural troupe which saw the host Registrar, Mrs Nweke, and some members of the parley coming on stage to liberate the general audience with some wonderful dancing skills, thereby adding some pomp and pageantry to spice it all up.

           

 

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