Educational development: Kano to collaborate with private varsity
Kano State Government might collaborate with Skyline University if the conditions and agreement are attainable to the benefit of the citizens of the state.
This was stated by the State Commissioner for Higher Education, Dr. Mariya Mahmoud Bunkure when she received the Vice Chancellor of the university who paid her a courtesy visit.
Dr. Bunkure, pointed out that though, the university is the first private institution operating in the state and has very important courses to the students, the ministry would look into their offer with a view to arriving at important point especially in the grey areas.
The commissioner expressed satisfaction with the courses run by the university to include both social and general sciences, thanking the management of the institution for choosing the state to be one of those to operate in.
She assured government recognition as well as promising to joint hand with any private or individual body that wish to contribute to the development of education in the state.
Earlier, the Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof. Sudhakar Kota who was accompanied by its Head of Corporate Affairs, Engr. Bashir Garba, had said that they were at the ministry to seek collaboration so as to enable the youths in the state to benefit with potentiality of the institution aimed at acquiring sound education and carrier growth in order to become useful for the nation building.
Mr. Kota also told the commissioner that the university was the first prestigious private institution in the nation and had fulfilled all the NUC rules and regulations, says Sunusi Abdullahi Kofar Naisa, the Public Relations Officer of the ministry.