Blank NEWS Online (NIGERIA) –Compiled By Michael EKOKORUWE:

Bellarks Polytechnic Kwale, Ndokwa West local government area of Delta State, is set to commence academic session as the institution has been accredited by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE).

The statement signed by the registrar, Mr. Ayeni Ayotade indicates that the polytechnic is now opened and admission is in progress, just as 5 courses have been approved by the National Board for Technical Education.

According to Ayeni, the 5 courses available are ND Computer Engineering Technology, ND Electrical and Electronic Engineering, ND Business Administration and Management, ND Statistics and ND Computer Science.

The statement added that Bellarks Polytechnic has modern library, workshops and laboratories, 24hrs electricity, lecture halls and fully equipped I.C.T hall, comparable to world class educational institutes.

Maintaining that, research efforts, creative innovations directed towards skill acquisition for self reliance to address increasing unemployment, through quality teaching, learning to produce diplomats and entrepreneurs have been provided.

The institution located in a serene environment is set to provide sound character formation and self discipline of the students, just as entrepreneurial skills needed by the students to become employers of labour will be learned.

The statement added that talents and skills of students in various sporting activities that will enable them participate effectively both locally and international will equally be developed.

According to Ayeni, Bellarks Polytechnic is set to engage in international collaboration with educational institutions for excellence, integrity, self-control and discipline, pace-setting, leadership by example, good stewardship and institutional patriotism.

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Blank NEWS Online founding Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Albert Eruorhe Ograka, is a Graduate of Mass Communication. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ).

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