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FG APPROVES INTERVENTIONS FOR TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS

The Federal Government has approved the 2022 intervention funds for public tertiary institutions across the country.

Executive Secretary, Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), Sonny Echono disclosed this during a meeting with the leadership of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities (CVCNU) at the headquarters of the agency in Abuja.

Echono said a meeting of all beneficiary institutions will hold on May 9, 2022. to discuss some of the proposed reforms approved for implementation.

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He assured the vice-chancellors of the agency’s commitment to sustain the ongoing reforms in the sector, with increased emphasis on the content of its interventions particularly in the areas of research, ICT and in the areas of encouraging a reading culture in our society through the publication of books.

Echono said: “On the issue of support, I’m pleased to inform you that His Excellency Mr President has just approved the 2022 disbursement proposals and guidelines and the meeting of all beneficiary institutions will be held by next week Monday to interact further and briefly, including some of the proposed reforms that have been approved for implementation.

“At the heart of this is the issue of journals. We are keen and determined to ensure that publications are useful, relevant and are also current that can be cited anywhere in the world.

 

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