The Rector of Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa, Abdullahi Ahmed, has reiterated the commitment of his administration to reposition the polytechnic for enhanced academic excellence.
Ahmed gave the assurance while declaring open a One-day Retreat for the Registry Department of the polytechnic on Tuesday in Akwanga Local Government, Nasarawa State.
“Our renewed effort and determination to reposition our polytechnic remained sacrosanct, hence we must change the way we are doing things and device a better approach for us to succeed.
“Accordingly, we deemed it fit to organise this retreat for you, the Registry Department being an important Administrative organ of the Institution.
“I urge you all to take this retreat with all seriousness and I want to see changes in all your Units with immediate effect. I expect you all to go back and reorganise your units after this Retreat,” Ahmed said.
The rector said the aim of the retreat was to enhance the capacity of the polytechnic personnel and to boost productivity.
He decried the challenges in result and certificate processing, in addition to all other registry work, which affects all other work of the Institution.
The rector promised that the management of the institution would continue to do it best in providing a good working environment for enhanced productivity at all time.
Ahmed, who said the management would never condone nonchalant attitude to work, appealed to all members of staff to maintain good ethical conducts.