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THE JOURNEY SO FAR : MINISTRY OFEDUCATION SCIENCE ANDTECHNOLOGYEKITI STATE   Dr. Eniola Ajayi   Honourable Commissioner
8 - POINT AGENDA OF THE DR. KAYODEFAYEMI ADMINISTRATION GIIG-HEAT G – Governance I – Infrastructural development I – I...
AGENDA 4 – EDUCATION AND HUMANCAPITAL DEVELOPMENT                   By 2014, a computer on                    every stude...
VISION AND MISSION STATEMENT VISION – to provide affordable, qualitative, functional and sustainable education for enligh...
WHO ARE WE IN THE MOEST?                                  PARASTATALS, AGENCIES &   DEPARTMENTS:                   TERTI...
ONGOING PLANS AND REFORMS POST TASKFORCE /VISITATION PANEL & EDUCATION SUMMIT  CONSOLIDATION OF EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY (E...
PLANS, POLICIES & REFORMS CONTINUED:   EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF TEACHERS   EMPLOYMENT WILL BE BASED ON NEED AND MERIT (...
WHAT HAVE WE ACHIEVED SINCE OCTOBER 15, 2010 ?MINISTRY  OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY – 9 DEPARTMENTS8 AGENCIES A...
DEPARTMENT OF FINANACE AND ACCOUNTS                 ANDDEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION ANDSUPPLIES   These two departments a...
DEPARTMENT OF EVALUATION AND STANDARD   Purchase of 30,659 Longman AND 25,637 Macmillan    dictionaries at the cost of N7...
DELIVERY OF 30,659 LONGMAN DICTIONARIES
INSPECTORATE DEPARTMENT   At the 2011 World Teachers Day best teacher in Primary was    rewarded with a brand new Kia Pic...
BEST TEACHER SECONDARY SCHOOL IN 2011WITH HIS CAR
BEST TEACHER PRIMARY SCHOOL 2011 WITHHER CAR
MONITORING OF SCHOOLS
   Land had been acquired from the Bureau of Lands for the    construction of the building for Ekiti State Agency for Qua...
DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING RESEARCH AND    STATISTICS   Contract awarded for the renovation of a block of 4 classrooms at Gov...
   Contract awarded for the rehabilitation of Library with SSII    Block of Baptist Comprehensive H/S, Ado – Ekiti   Con...
ORASE – OPERATION RENOVATE ALL SCHOOLSIN EKITI The  first phase accomplished the  renovation of 100 Schools across Ekiti ...
RENOVATED OLAOLUWA MUSLIM GRAMMARSCHOOL, ADO EKITI
SCHOOLS DEPARTMENT   Re-articulation of Secondary Schools to ensure adequate funding and    encourage seamless transition...
DELIVERY OF SCHOOL BAGS
SOME STUDENTS WITH THEIR SCHOOL BAGS
SCHOOL SPORTS DEPARTMENT   N1,739,500.00 was approved for Nestle Milo Championship in Ogun    State and the state came 3r...
SPORTS EQUIPMENT BEING DISTRIBUTED TOSCHOOLS
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY    AND MATHEMATICS   Procurement of solar powered netbook computers with Microsoft profe...
GOVERNMENT SCIENCE COLLEGE AYEDE WHENIT GOT BURNT AND AFTER CONSTRUCTION
TERTIARY DEPARTMENT Seamless merger of USTI, UNAD and TUNEDIK into  EKSU. Re-enacting the Law that established the Colle...
AGENCY FOR ADULT AND NON-FORMAL    EDUCATION (AANFE)   Payment of 7 months’ outstanding honoraria, airing of radio lesson...
ADULT LEARNERS   AANFE
   Printing of Ekiti State branded exercise books with for the adult    learners.   82 apprentices graduated from PAAM l...
   Sensitization visits were carried out on the establishment of    Early Child Care Development Education in the State. ...
BOARD FOR TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONALEDUCATION (BTVE)   A sum of N5m was made available by the State Government in August   ...
MOU – SAMSUNG ENGINEERING ACADEMY   Mr Gov and Mr. Seong      The Team in Seoul    Woo Nam
   Government approved a variety of staff capacity building programmes to    enhance the service delivery of members of s...
   Government approved and released a total of N13,594.400.00    running grants to the six technical colleges in the Stat...
   N7.49m was released to BTVE for the registration and    conduct of the 2012 final year examinations respectively of al...
EKITI STATE EDUCATION TRUST FUND (EKS-ETF) Funding generated from contracts allocated at  the Local and State Government...
LIBRARY BOARD (LB)   Acquisition of 20,000 copies of books worth Forty Million    (N40,000,000.00) Naira donated by the B...
SCHOOLS ENTERPRISE PROJECT &    WEALTH CREATION AGENCY (SEPWECA) Installed 100KVA Mikano Generator at Govt  Science Colle...
SCHOLARSHIP BOARD (SB)   A total sum of N27,600,000.00 was approved and disbursed for payment of year 2010    law school ...
STATE UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION BOARD    (SUBEB)   Capacity Building - 4,160 teachers trained in the modern methods of ha...
ENROLMENT DRIVE FOR PUPILS IN PRY SCHLS
400 MOTOR CYCLES DISTRIBUTED TOTEACHERS IN RURAL AREAS
A BLOCK OF 6 CLASSROOMS
(ii) Village Meetings: Village meeting was initiated to mobilize and    sensitize the communities on the need to improve e...
   UBECThe breakdowns are as follows:    Construction:    ECCDE          -     10 blocks of 2 classrooms    PRIMARY      ...
   Child Friendly Initiative (CFI): Child-friendly initiatives have been introduced    to make academic activities more i...
   Regular and Effective Monitoring Of Schools:    The Board has initiated a regular and aggressive monitoring of schools...
TEACHING SERVICE COMMISSION (TSC)   Appointment of Tutors General in the 3 Education districts   Appointment of permanen...
HANDING OUT OF CAR/HOUSING LOAN CHEQUE
32 MONITORING VEHICLE DISTRIBUTED BY MRGOVERNOR TO AEOS AND ESS
   Collation and analysis of Teachers on Subject basis;   Collaboration on Campaign against Examination malpractices    ...
TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN EKITI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IKERE EKITI* EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY, ADO EKITI* COLLEGE OF HEALTH ...
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION IKERE EKITI   Appointment of a Provost for College of Education, Ikere   Re-enactment of the law th...
   Quality of Publications for Promotion - Management has set up an Accreditation    Committee to review and assess all b...
   Student Welfare - The Management enjoys cordial relationship with students of the    College   Parents’ Forum - Paren...
EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY (EKSU)   Appointment of a substantive Vice Chancellor   Arrears of Promotion for Academic and Non...
EKSU   EKSU has been connected to the electrical grid with the    procurement of N85m worth of gear switch.   EKSU has i...
AWARDS AND LAURELS   Participation in the 2012 edition of “ La Francophone” at CFTD    Ibadan where Ekiti State secured 2...
YEAR 2011 TEACHERS PRESIDENTIAL AWARD(i)       Best Administrator Junior School          Mr Fayode Elijah Omotayo         ...
YEAR 2012 TEACHERS PRESIDENTIAL AWARD(1)     Best Administrator Secondary School        Mr Oluwafemi Julius               ...
EDUCATION AS A WEALTH CREATION TOOL IN    EKITI Our plan is to provide functional and sustainable  Education We believe ...
EDUCATION TOURISM EDUCATION = WEALTH   Education increases the earning capacity of individuals   A compelling body of re...
EDUCATION = WEALTH Lifelong learning has literally become the new  infrastructure of our knowledge-based economy. Educat...
According   to Thomas L. Freidman in his essay on: “Pass the books, Hold the Oil”, we intend to mine the brains of our pe...
“A GREATER EKITI IS POSSIBLE” – JFK(JUST KEEP FAITH)
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  1. 1. THE JOURNEY SO FAR : MINISTRY OFEDUCATION SCIENCE ANDTECHNOLOGYEKITI STATE Dr. Eniola Ajayi Honourable Commissioner
  2. 2. 8 - POINT AGENDA OF THE DR. KAYODEFAYEMI ADMINISTRATION GIIG-HEAT G – Governance I – Infrastructural development I – Industrial development G – Gender equality and empowerment H – Health care systemsE – Education and human capital development A – modernization of Agriculture T - Tourism
  3. 3. AGENDA 4 – EDUCATION AND HUMANCAPITAL DEVELOPMENT  By 2014, a computer on every student’s desk; free and compulsory education up to senior secondary school; special initiatives for physically challenged students; establishment of institute of Science and Technology; creation of State Sports Academy for gifted youth.
  4. 4. VISION AND MISSION STATEMENT VISION – to provide affordable, qualitative, functional and sustainable education for enlightenment and enterprise. MISSION – to ensure quality and functional education through sound policy formulation and implementation, whole school monitoring, provision of conducive environment and regular capacity building of personnel.
  5. 5. WHO ARE WE IN THE MOEST?  PARASTATALS, AGENCIES & DEPARTMENTS: TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS:  AGENCY FOR ADULT & NON- FINANCE & ACCOUNTS FORMAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION &SUPPLIES  BOARD FOR TECHNICAL & PLANNING, RESEARCH & VOCATIONAL EDUC STATISTICS  EKS – EDUCATION TRUST FUND EVALUATION & STANDARD  LIBRARY BOARD SCHOOLS  SCHOOLS ENTERPRISE & SCHOOL SPORTS WEALTH CREATION TERTIARY  SCHOLARSHIP BOARD INSPECTORATE  SUBEB SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY &  TEACHING SERVICE MATHEMATICS COMMISSION  COLLEGE OF EDUCATION IKERE  EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY ADO
  6. 6. ONGOING PLANS AND REFORMS POST TASKFORCE /VISITATION PANEL & EDUCATION SUMMIT  CONSOLIDATION OF EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY (EKSU), ADO EKITI  REINSTATED COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IKERE EKITI  RE-ARTICULATION OF JSS-SSS IN EKITI  GROUPING SCHOOLS INTO GRD I – III BASED ON POPULATION / REDUCTION OF CLASS SIZES  REDUCTION OF TECHNICAL COLLEGES FROM 6 TO 3  ESTABLISHMENT OF LIFE ACADEMIES  ESTABLISHMENT OF A QUALITY ASSURANCE AGENCY  RETURNING OF SCHOOLS TO MISSIONS  PROGRMAMMATIC INVESTMENT LENDING (PIL) FROM WORLD BANK  RURAL POSTING INCENTIVES FOR TEACHERS  ESTABLISHING POSITIONS OF TUTORS GENERAL  POSTING OF PERMANENT SECRETARIES TO SUBEB AND TEACHING SERVICE COMMISSION  ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY.
  7. 7. PLANS, POLICIES & REFORMS CONTINUED: EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF TEACHERS EMPLOYMENT WILL BE BASED ON NEED AND MERIT (NOT ON PATRONAGE) APPROVED CLASS SIZE IN EKITI STATE (40 BY 5/6)/ PEGGING ENROLMENT IN SCHOOLS PROMOTION OF STUDENTS / TEACHERS WILL BE BY EXAMINATION / NO AUTOMATIC PROMOTIONS SANCTIONS FOR EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT WILL BE PRIORITIZED BY NEED ASSESSMENT (ORASE–OPERATION RENOVATE ALL SCHLS IN EKITI) TEACHERS DEVELOPMENT NEEDS ASSESSMENT (TDNA) WHOLE SCHOOL MONITORING UNIFIED EXAMINATIONS (PRY 3-6, JSS III, SSS II, MOCK) FOR BENCHMARKING WITHIN THE STATE and OUTSIDE.
  8. 8. WHAT HAVE WE ACHIEVED SINCE OCTOBER 15, 2010 ?MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY – 9 DEPARTMENTS8 AGENCIES AND PARASTATALS2 TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS: College of Education, Ikere Ekiti and Ekiti State University. Ado - Ekiti
  9. 9. DEPARTMENT OF FINANACE AND ACCOUNTS ANDDEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION ANDSUPPLIES These two departments are service providers and they perform routine activities and keep the Ministry running. We have achieved better efficiency and accountability in these areas of operation
  10. 10. DEPARTMENT OF EVALUATION AND STANDARD Purchase of 30,659 Longman AND 25,637 Macmillan dictionaries at the cost of N74, 646, 650.00 for Public Senior Secondary Schools & Secondary Schl Curriculum from NERDC Compilation of list of books evaluated for 2012/ 2013 academic session Joint Mock had been conducted, marked and computerization of results is on-going. 2nd Term Examination had been completed, marked and the results were released to pupils in Primary Schools. Primary School Leaving Certificate/ Placement Examination has been conducted in the state. Conduct of Junior Secondary School Certificate Examination Conduct of Common Promotion Examination for pupils in primaries 3-5 in public schools is on course and is scheduled to hold on the 11th- 13th July, 2012. All approvals obtained. Printing of Guidance Counselor’s schedule of work and the distribution to various secondary schools in the State
  11. 11. DELIVERY OF 30,659 LONGMAN DICTIONARIES
  12. 12. INSPECTORATE DEPARTMENT At the 2011 World Teachers Day best teacher in Primary was rewarded with a brand new Kia Picanto and best Teacher Secondary was also given a brand new Toyota Yaris Regular and Sustained Inspection/Visits to 516 Public and Private Schools out of 783 Public and 129 approved private schools Operational Inspection/Visit to schools was carried out in April for the third term 2011/2012 academic Session The Ministry was represented at Joint consultative Committee on Education (JCCE) meeting at Lokoja in June, 2012. The Bill for the establishment of a Quality Assurance Agency is ready for presentation by the Governor to the House of Assembly for passage into Law.
  13. 13. BEST TEACHER SECONDARY SCHOOL IN 2011WITH HIS CAR
  14. 14. BEST TEACHER PRIMARY SCHOOL 2011 WITHHER CAR
  15. 15. MONITORING OF SCHOOLS
  16. 16.  Land had been acquired from the Bureau of Lands for the construction of the building for Ekiti State Agency for Quality Assurance in Education. The bill for the agency is in process at EKHA. Stakeholders meeting in the three Education Districts in the State. Meetings held on May 5th, 10th and 17th, 2012; Approval was given by Mr. Governor for the Department and FMOE to hold a Quality Assurance workshop for Education Officers and Principals of Schools to intimate them with the new Quality Assurance instruments. The schedule for Whole School Evaluation (WSE)/Monitoring of Schools for 2nd and 3rd Terms were drawn and dispatched to the Parastatals. The schedule was meticulously followed by the Inspectorate Department, Tutors-General and Teaching Service Commission and Area Education Officers. Approval of ₦16,000,000 for 2012 world teachers day and preparations for the 2012 World Teachers Day (WTD) Celebrations had begun in earnest. The celebration date to be announced.
  17. 17. DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING RESEARCH AND STATISTICS Contract awarded for the renovation of a block of 4 classrooms at Govt. College, Usi Ekiti Contract awarded for the renovation of a block of 3 classrooms at Govt. Coll. Ikere –Ekiti Contract awarded for the construction of Headmaster’s Quarters at the school for the deaf in Ikoro –Ekiti. Contract awarded for the construction of Principal’s Quarter’s at the new site of G.S College, Iyin . Contract awarded for the construction of 3 classroom block at the new site of the G.S. College, Iyin. Contract awarded for the construction of fence with Gate & burglary proof of Christ Girl School, Ado Ekiti Contract awarded for the rehabilitation of Library with SSII Block of Baptist Comprehensive H/S, Ado – Ekiti Contract awarded for the rehabilitation of Principal’s Office with SSIII Block at Baptist Comp. H/S, Ado-Ekiti
  18. 18.  Contract awarded for the rehabilitation of Library with SSII Block of Baptist Comprehensive H/S, Ado – Ekiti Contract awarded for the rehabilitation of Principal’s Office with SSIII Block at Baptist Comp. H/S, Ado-Ekiti Contract awarded for the rehabilitation of Exam/Assembly Hall at Usi H/S, Usi – Ekiti. Contract awarded for the contract awarded for the rehabilitation Examination Hall at Orun Comm. H/S, Orun- Ekiti Contract awarded for the rehabilitation of 5 classrooms Block at Comm. Comp. H/S, Itapa/Osin, Itapa Ekiti Contract awarded for the renovation of Dilapidated Laboratory Building at G.C. Efon Alaaye Contract awarded for the renovation of Dilapidated Laboratory Building of G.C. Ado-Ekiti
  19. 19. ORASE – OPERATION RENOVATE ALL SCHOOLSIN EKITI The first phase accomplished the renovation of 100 Schools across Ekiti State to the tune of N1.9b including purchase of……… School furniture worth N600m. The target is a total of 40,000 units to be delivered by 2013.
  20. 20. RENOVATED OLAOLUWA MUSLIM GRAMMARSCHOOL, ADO EKITI
  21. 21. SCHOOLS DEPARTMENT Re-articulation of Secondary Schools to ensure adequate funding and encourage seamless transition of students from Junior secondary to senior secondary Payment of WAEC registration fee of candidates in public senior secondary schools in 2011 and 2012 Prompt Payment of grants to public secondary schools across the state Registration of 29 candidates with special needs for 2011 NECO/SSCE and 28 in 2012 We have also successfully pegged enrolment in schools to 40 students per arm and a maximum of 200 per class in all areas in Ekiti except for Ado and Ikere Township who can admit up to 240 Students’ in view of the population Purchase of Braille Computers and instructional materials for the 3 special schools Procurement of 100,000 school bags for Public Secondary School Students Upgrading of the 3 Special schools at Ikoro, Ikere & Ido-Ekiti
  22. 22. DELIVERY OF SCHOOL BAGS
  23. 23. SOME STUDENTS WITH THEIR SCHOOL BAGS
  24. 24. SCHOOL SPORTS DEPARTMENT N1,739,500.00 was approved for Nestle Milo Championship in Ogun State and the state came 3rd N1,165,000 was approved and released for Airtel football competition held at Ibadan, Oyo State. 2011 Annual Kiddies Olympic festival for primary school pupils was held N5m was approved and released for National Schools Sport Festival (NSSF) “Calabar 2011” The state won 56 medals Procurement of sports equipment worth N7,522,100 to schools in the state Ekiti State came first in U-15 girls category at the NASCOM Table Tennis competition held at Ibadan Approval for purchase of Chess and Scrabble board games for all public secondary schools in Ekiti worth N1,710,000 N1.5m was expended on Airtel Rising football tournament and the boys category came second in the Southwest zone Nestle Milo Basketball championship for secondary schools. The state came fifth (5th) in both boys and girls category out of the ten states zoned to the western conference N9,070,332 was approved and released for handball under-15 world cup “partille cup 2012” in Sweden. The team travelled out two days ago.
  25. 25. SPORTS EQUIPMENT BEING DISTRIBUTED TOSCHOOLS
  26. 26. DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND MATHEMATICS Procurement of solar powered netbook computers with Microsoft professional and Dualsoft education software for public secondary school students. Computers are currently being received in tranches. By the end of 2012, we should have received 33000 for students and the entire 18000 for Teachers. Laptop acquisition scheme for public school teachers Computer Training for some selected teachers in Ekiti Central Senatorial District. Computer Training for Area Education officers and Directors. Commencement of Science and Technology Incubation Centre Re-Construction of 250 Capacity bed Space Hostel for students of Ekiti State Government Science College, Ayede –Ekiti Received a donation of the state of the art Physics, Chemistry and Biology laboratories from STARDEEP waters Nigeria Limited and its partners in the AGBAMI Oil field project for Ode High School, Ode-Ekiti Donation of 90 desktop computers from Murtala Mohammed Foundation for six (6) schools
  27. 27. GOVERNMENT SCIENCE COLLEGE AYEDE WHENIT GOT BURNT AND AFTER CONSTRUCTION
  28. 28. TERTIARY DEPARTMENT Seamless merger of USTI, UNAD and TUNEDIK into EKSU. Re-enacting the Law that established the College of Education, Ikere Ekiti Education Summit was held on 4th -5th May 2011 Illegal Tertiary Institutions are not allowed to operate freely in the state anymore. Federal University of Oye/Ikole took off JAMB was successfully monitored Facilitating of two students for postgraduate studies in China. Provision of Luxurious buses for all the Tertiary Institutions in the state.
  29. 29. AGENCY FOR ADULT AND NON-FORMAL EDUCATION (AANFE) Payment of 7 months’ outstanding honoraria, airing of radio lesson (N2.41 million) to the 50 facilitators of 2010 Literacy session of Literacy by Radio programme. Successful airing of Literacy by Radio Programme in the 2011 Literacy session with N2.0 million – 1496 learners participated. The literacy level in the State is now 72.2% as against 67% in 2009. 2000 candidates of Ekiti State benefited from the State JAMB/UTME programme in 2011 while in 2012, 1900 candidates benefited – N11.32 million in 2011 and N8.96 million 2012 were expended. Development of Ekiti State Basic and Post Literacy Primers that take care of the immediate environment and the interest of the adult learners. Mr. Governor’s approval to commence Ekiti State Remedial Colleges in the 16 Local Government Areas.
  30. 30. ADULT LEARNERS AANFE
  31. 31.  Printing of Ekiti State branded exercise books with for the adult learners. 82 apprentices graduated from PAAM literacy/vocational centre in 2011 while 21 graduated in 2012 in various trades. At Osi Vocational centre 26 learners graduated in different vocations on 26th December, 2011. Items of vocational equipment were distributed to the various women vocational centres in the State – Osi, Erimope, Ijero and Aramoko. Capacity building for 33 senior members of staff and Board members on the techniques for implementation of Non Formal Education programmes in the State. Graduation ceremonies were also organized at Ipao and Aramoko for adult learners in Basic and Post Literacy Programmes 33 learners at Ipao and 27 at Aramoko.
  32. 32.  Sensitization visits were carried out on the establishment of Early Child Care Development Education in the State. All the 16 Local Government Areas were visited. 14 ECCDE centres were established in collaboration with State Planning Commission (SPC). Agency/UNICEF organized workshop on ECCDE for parents/stakeholders took place in the State. N569,000.00 was approved and released for the procurement of instructional materials in 2011 and 2012 literacy sessions. Provision of new Hilux pick-up van. Identification of facilities in all the 16 LGAs for the take-off of Remedial Colleges in September, 2012. Monitoring of NFE programmes by Board Members
  33. 33. BOARD FOR TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONALEDUCATION (BTVE) A sum of N5m was made available by the State Government in August 2011, for a summer camp where 612 youths were trained in various areas of trade. This is a pet project aimed at inculcating in our youths the culture of creativity with a view to reducing unemployment among our youths in secondary school and also to make them employers of labour later in life. The state Government released the sum of N5.23m in September 2011 for the accreditation of three courses in Government Technical Colleges Ado- Ekiti and Ikole-Ekiti where a workshop, one of the 17 on-going projects, was completed to facilitate accreditation of Bricklaying and concreting. This has boosted the morale of the staff and students of the colleges. Government approved and released the sum of N3.33m in September 2011 for the construction of 420 pairs of student’s lockers and chairs by direct labour. This was handled by the Production Unit of the Colleges. This ameliorated the sitting problem of the students on completion and commissioning, it also gave the students added advantage of practical experience.
  34. 34. MOU – SAMSUNG ENGINEERING ACADEMY Mr Gov and Mr. Seong  The Team in Seoul Woo Nam
  35. 35.  Government approved a variety of staff capacity building programmes to enhance the service delivery of members of staff of the BTVE:- N3.9m was expended in August 2011 on 38 members of the technical teaching staff by the State Government. The sum of N261,600.00 for one day seminar for all members of teaching staff was released and spent in April 2012. This was aimed at increasing staff productivity. Government in June 2012, approved study visits to National Board for Technical and Vocational Education (NBTE) Kaduna and Education Resource Centre/Technical College Osogbo, by Board Members and Management team of the BTVE with a view to finding out possible ways of expanding the coast of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Ekiti state for economic emancipation at a cost of N318,500.00k. The state Government also sponsored the BTVE Board Chairman and Permanent Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to Canada on study tour to enhance Technical and Vocational Education in the State. Contract for the Purchase and supply of tools and equipment worth N22m have been awarded under 2012 budget.
  36. 36.  Government approved and released a total of N13,594.400.00 running grants to the six technical colleges in the State for effective running of the colleges and the training of students during the past one year, including the last term of 2010/2011 session. Rehabilitation of the Administrative Block at the Government Technical college Otun-Ekiti at the cost of N3,152,511.12 was carried out between July and November 2011. This is with the view to making administration of the college more convenient. Government approved the renovation of the electrical Installation workshop at Government Technical College Ado-Ekiti though direct labour by students of the Technical Colleges at total cost of N1.24m giving the students the opportunity for improved practical know how apart from the necessary due maintenance of the building. Foundation Laying Ceremony of the Samsung Engineering Academy at Government Technical College, Ado – Ekiti and Ekiti Life Academy at Government Technical College, Ilumoba – Ekiti
  37. 37.  N7.49m was released to BTVE for the registration and conduct of the 2012 final year examinations respectively of all the students of the Technical Colleges in the State. Government, in May 2012, approved the construction of additional 283 pairs of students chairs and lockers at a cost of N3m for the use of students of the Government Technical Colleges in the State. Government in June 2012 approved the sum of N1.5m for the purchase of relevant text books for the use of students of the Government Technical Colleges in Ekiti. Government also approved the sum of N124,000.00, in June, 2012, for publicity to facilitate better turn-out of candidates for supplementary admission into Government Technical Colleges in the State. This is because NABTEB which is charged with the responsibly to admit students into Technical Colleges Nationwide has not been proactive in this direction.
  38. 38. EKITI STATE EDUCATION TRUST FUND (EKS-ETF) Funding generated from contracts allocated at the Local and State Government The refurbishment of the project vehicle i.e Toyota Corrolla had been completed thereby making it easy for the office to visit all its revenue bases without much problems Approval given for purchase of vehicles to enhance revenue mobilization from corporate organizations up to the tune of N24m. Currently planning a N2.0b fund raising event to assist with revamping Education infrastructure.
  39. 39. LIBRARY BOARD (LB) Acquisition of 20,000 copies of books worth Forty Million (N40,000,000.00) Naira donated by the Books For International Goodwill (BIG) and distributed to School Libraries in the State (photograph attached). Purchase of books worth Five Million, Seven Hundred Thousand (N5,700,000.00) Naira to the State Library Board (photograph attached). Binding of Newspapers/Magazines from January, 2007 – June, 2011 (photograph attached). Approval to purchase additional books worth N1,000,000.00 Approval to construct an Ultra modern State Library in Ado
  40. 40. SCHOOLS ENTERPRISE PROJECT & WEALTH CREATION AGENCY (SEPWECA) Installed 100KVA Mikano Generator at Govt Science College for the Palm Kernel Oil Processing equipment. Production and sale of bread in our bakeries Production and sale of poultry feeds Production and sale of interlock paving stone Production and sale of Adire clothes
  41. 41. SCHOLARSHIP BOARD (SB) A total sum of N27,600,000.00 was approved and disbursed for payment of year 2010 law school bursary award for 184 Law School Students in the four Campuses of the Nigeria Law School at the rate of N150,000.00 per student. Payment of the sum of N7,296,000.00 as the tuition fees of the Maritime students studying in Maritime institute Alexandra, Egypt . Disbursement of N27,060,000.00 to the first batch undergraduate beneficiaries of year 2010/2011 scholarship award. Two undergraduate students who were nominated for the Brazilian BEA Scholarship Award have traveled to Brazil at a cost of N3,148,950.00 with the help of the State Government. Approval of N5000 bursary for every Ekiti State student in Tertiary institutions In January, 2012 the board was involved in the Federal Scholarship award interview which was conducted for undergraduate students in the state between 23rd and 25fh January 2012 and 28 students were awarded. Distribution of 24 Laptops to winners of 2010/2011 Challenger series competition in Ekiti State secondary schools. The outstanding payments for year 2011 scholarships and 2012 Law School students bursary are now ready for disbursement.
  42. 42. STATE UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION BOARD (SUBEB) Capacity Building - 4,160 teachers trained in the modern methods of handling the newly introduced primary schools curricula . A total of over 9000 teachers trained over the long vacation. Promotion of Teachers: The Board promoted 1,953 primary school teachers to various grades under the 2010 promotion year and the letters of promotion were distributed to the affected teachers on February 15, this year as approved by the State Government. Official Vehicles for Newly Appointed Education Secretaries: Official vehicles were for the first time, presented by Mr. Governor to the Education Secretaries for effective and regular monitoring of schools. Teachers’ Welfare a. Procurement and distribution of 400 motorcycles to rural teachers to ease their transportation problems. b. The Ekiti State House of Assembly passed an enabling law for the introduction of Housing and Car loans for primary school staff. Establishment of New School: Nineteen new primary schools were established in the State at the beginning of the current academic session to increase accessibility.
  43. 43. ENROLMENT DRIVE FOR PUPILS IN PRY SCHLS
  44. 44. 400 MOTOR CYCLES DISTRIBUTED TOTEACHERS IN RURAL AREAS
  45. 45. A BLOCK OF 6 CLASSROOMS
  46. 46. (ii) Village Meetings: Village meeting was initiated to mobilize and sensitize the communities on the need to improve enrolment in rural areas. (iii) Road Walk: For the first time, road walk was initiated where towns and villages were visited by the Board members on school enrolment and support of communities on UBE programme. It was done in conjunction with Glo Mobile Communications, handbills, jingles and campaign vehicles were used to drive home our points. Independent Projects Committee – (IPC): The team was put in place to monitor and supervise projects to ensure quality jobs, monitor contractors to improve completion rates and compliance on standards. Subtle Learning: (a) Drama competition: The Board organized Inter-Primary Schools Drama competition and trophies were donated to the best 3 schools. (b) Literary and Debating society: Every school has been directed to set up literary and debating society to sharpen their spoken ability and confidence in public speaking, and also organized debate and quiz competitions. A quiz competition was organized by PTA with the support of the Board for primary schools. The best schools were rewarded. Furthermore, arrangement has been concluded by the Board with the State owned Television to sponsor Inter-Schools Debate Competition on Air.
  47. 47.  UBECThe breakdowns are as follows: Construction: ECCDE - 10 blocks of 2 classrooms PRIMARY (a) 12 blocks of 6 classrooms (b) 41 blocks of 3 classrooms JSS: 29 blocks of 4 Classrooms RENOVATION: Primary: 50 blocks of Classroom JSS: 28 blocks of classrooms FURNITURE: ECCDE - 250 Units of Furniture Primary - 2,700 Units of pupils desk and benches JSS - 2,050 units of double seater students lockers & chairs ETF Projects: The renovation and upliftment of the entire Methodist Primary School, Orin-Ekiti is ongoing and nearing completion. Social Mobilisation: The Board embarked on the following: (i) Advocacy Visits: Advocacy visits were made to various stakeholders on their roles and responsibilities towards educational development in the state. Such stakeholders include UNDP, UNESCO, World Bank, UBEC, ETF and Law Enforcement Agents. Also traditional and faith based institutions in Ekiti State were visited to canvass for their support.
  48. 48.  Child Friendly Initiative (CFI): Child-friendly initiatives have been introduced to make academic activities more interesting. They are: (i) Open-Day: Open Day programme was organized for schools to enable parents visit their children and wards in Schools and interact with their teachers to access their performances. The visit took place between 14th May and 23rd May 2012. It was highly successful and applauded by parents/guardians. (ii) School Sports: Inter-House School Sports Competitions in all the schools is being encouraged and mandated, while participation in both state and national sports competitions have been enhanced. The Board is also mobilizing Multinational Corporations and other stakeholders in this task of developing sports in the state. For example, the Board has organized Inter- Primary Schools Table Tennis Competition in partnership with private individuals. (iii) Tree Planting: Old students and communities are being mobilized in planting of trees and flowers to beautify primary schools environment and make it more conducive for learning and teaching. This will be flagged off as soon as schools resume. (iv) Graduation Gown: Branded graduation gowns have been produced for school use to make school graduation ceremonies more academic and child friendly.
  49. 49.  Regular and Effective Monitoring Of Schools: The Board has initiated a regular and aggressive monitoring of schools to check indiscipline, truancy, laziness and other vices that are militating against an enhanced basic education programme. It is also compulsory for all the management staff of the board to monitor at least two schools in a week. Re-Designing Of Report Cards: The Board noted some lapses in the report cards being used for the pupils of primary schools and therefore re-designed the cards to make evaluation more effective and also to reflect the laid down rules of quality assurance. Capacity Building for Contractors: For the first time in the history of the State, the Ekiti SUBEB organized a capacity building workshop for contractors handling SUBEB/UBEC projects to checkmate the contractors against performing shoddy and sub-standard jobs, and to ensure projects are executed in accordance with UBEC guidelines and regulations. Flag-Off of “Operation Renovate all Schools”: The Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi flagged-off the newly initiated “Operation Renovate All schools at AUD Nursery Primary School, Irona, Ado-Ekiti. The idea was conceived by the State Government to ensure complete transformation of all schools in the State through the provision of adequate infrastructures.
  50. 50. TEACHING SERVICE COMMISSION (TSC) Appointment of Tutors General in the 3 Education districts Appointment of permanent secretaries in Teaching Service Commission Procurement of 32 project and monitoring vehicles for 16 Area Education Officers and 16 newly appointed Education Secretaries in the State. Promotion arrears of 2009 and 2010 cleared Regular Payment of salaries of Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff; Promotion of Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff: About 4,620 staff of the Commission were promoted in Jan. and July 2010; Six Principals and twenty eight Vice – Principals who retired from service were replaced; Regular routine monitoring and Inspection of Schools; Induction Course for Tutors – General: A two day induction course was organised for the three newly appointed Tutors General; Designing the Templates for collation of student Data base and save Statistical Data for School;
  51. 51. HANDING OUT OF CAR/HOUSING LOAN CHEQUE
  52. 52. 32 MONITORING VEHICLE DISTRIBUTED BY MRGOVERNOR TO AEOS AND ESS
  53. 53.  Collation and analysis of Teachers on Subject basis; Collaboration on Campaign against Examination malpractices organised by the Ministry of Information and Civic Orientation/MoEST Re-articulation of Public Secondary Schools in Nov./December 2011 Re-orientation on Dress code of Teaching and Non- Teaching Staff – there had been drastic change in the dressing of teachers in Public School in the State. Principals and teachers’ dressing and comportment have impressively improved tremendously; Beautification of School Gates: - following the concerted efforts of the Commission, there had been noticeable changes in the Construction of Public Schools gates in the State. A befitting Change; Appointment of 100 watchmen to fill existing vacancies in the Public Secondary Schools; Disbursement of housing and vehicle loan advances to Teaching and Non – Teaching Staff as well as effectively monitoring the refund to ensure the revolving system to benefit many other
  54. 54. TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN EKITI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IKERE EKITI* EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY, ADO EKITI* COLLEGE OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY, IJERO SCHOOL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY, ADO THE FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, ADO EKITI THE FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OYE/IKOLE EKITI AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY, ADO EKITI AND SO ON……………..
  55. 55. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION IKERE EKITI Appointment of a Provost for College of Education, Ikere Re-enactment of the law that established the college of Education, Ikere Renovation of Guest House Chalets at the College of Education, Ikere Construction of Students’ Civic Centre at the College of Education, Ikere Procurement of an Ambulance Bus at the College of Education, Ikere Procurement of 16-seater Hiace bus at the college of education Ikere Quality Control - the College established a full-fledged Directorate of Quality Control and Assurance headed by a Director. Research –research activities have improved considerably as the College has set up research teams working with the Provost as the Principal Researcher
  56. 56.  Quality of Publications for Promotion - Management has set up an Accreditation Committee to review and assess all books and monographs to determine their acceptability Power sharing - appointment into various positions in the College is done on merit without consideration for mundane issues. Staff-Management Relationship -Good and harmonious relationship have been created and are now existing between Management, staff and the unions. Pensioners- Salaries of pensioners have been harmonized to put them on their proper salary status Upgrade of Library Facilities - Full automation of the Library has been carried out. Our students can access libraries on the web ICT Compliance - The College is presently constructing a Community Internet building with modern internet services (VSAT) wireless network, equipment, transmitter base station and computer systems New Programmes - The College has established a Postgraduates School to run the National Teachers Institute (NTI) Post-graduate Diploma in Education and Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife degree in Education courses
  57. 57.  Student Welfare - The Management enjoys cordial relationship with students of the College Parents’ Forum - Parents’ forum has been introduced to bring in parents to help in the maintenance peace and contribute to the development of the College. Staff Capacity Building Improving Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - The College is renovating its Guest House, Block Making Industry and the College Farm to boost its Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) Promotion of Sporting Activities - Participation of staff and students in sporting activities is being encouraged. External Linkages - The College has been able to establish links with external bodies with a view to attracting grants and sponsorship. Release of Examination Results Payment of Arrears to Staff Construction of block of 3 classrooms building with attached offices; Quality Assurance Building and College Community Internet Service Building
  58. 58. EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY (EKSU) Appointment of a substantive Vice Chancellor Arrears of Promotion for Academic and Non- Academic staff cleared Outstanding allowances to Staff paid up by June. Biometric Data Capture of Staff and Students Establishment of linkages with foreign Universities Cleared 4 outstanding convocations from 2006 to 2010 at EKSU EKSU has purchased engineering instruments worth ₦200 million Attracted corporate sponsorships from First Bank, GTBank and Google. Improvement of Internally Generated revenue – School fees & blocking of leakages
  59. 59. EKSU EKSU has been connected to the electrical grid with the procurement of N85m worth of gear switch. EKSU has installed solar street lights within the campus Contract awarded for the perimeter fencing of EKSU for ₦19 million / Completion of the main entrance gate with tarring of the approach. It has just awarded another phase of perimeter fencing. The goal is a complete fence. Construction of Medical Biochemistry and Pharmacology Building, Hostels for Medical Students and Library building in the College of Medicine Supply and Installation of Laboratory/Workshop Equipment in the Faculty of Engineering Construction of Industrial Borehole and complete reticulation of the campus
  60. 60. AWARDS AND LAURELS Participation in the 2012 edition of “ La Francophone” at CFTD Ibadan where Ekiti State secured 2nd and 3rd positions in two different competitions N50m award of 2nd best UBEC Performance in the South West The State won the 3rd position in the Mr. President’s Inter SUBEB Primary Schools Debate Competition (South West) Zone held on the 14th – 17th Feb. 2012. The competition was hosted by Ekiti State The Board also received an award for the Best Agency in Human Resources Management and Infrastructural Development in Nigeria by the Nigerian Institute of Building. Best science teacher’s project won by Mr. Eweje Olaonipekun of Government Science College, Ayede Ekiti representing Ekiti state, in the production of laboratory friendly bio-chemical dispenser. 1st in the South West Competition and overall 4th position in the National Competition for Young Talent Discovery Project award year 2011 for PTDF Debate Competition Third position in the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (M.A.N.) Award 2011 at the 48th MAN Conference Federal Poly, Ado-Ekiti
  61. 61. YEAR 2011 TEACHERS PRESIDENTIAL AWARD(i) Best Administrator Junior School Mr Fayode Elijah Omotayo - 2nd Mini Deep Freezer Principal Aramoko District Commer. Snr High School(ii) Best Senior Secondary School Teacher Mr Ajayi Michael Oni - 2nd Desktop Computer Community Snr High School, Osin(iii) Best Junior Secondary School Teacher Chief (Mrs) Ayeni Bolanle Lucy - 2nd Mini Deep Freezer AUD Junior High School, Ikere-Ekiti(iv) Best Primary School Teacher Agboola Olalekan Temitayo - 1st Mini Deep Freezer Methodist Pilot Pry School, Ilupeju-Ekiti(v) Best Junior Secondary School Aramoko District Commercial Junior Sec School, Aramoko - 1st Desktop Computer
  62. 62. YEAR 2012 TEACHERS PRESIDENTIAL AWARD(1) Best Administrator Secondary School Mr Oluwafemi Julius - 3rd Laptop Computer Ojugbaye Comp. H/S, Imesi-Ekiti(ii) Best Administrator Primary School Mr Adeoye Zaccheus Omotoye - 3rd Sharp Refrigerator The Apostolic Subject Teacher Pilot School, Ijero-Ekiti(iii) Best Secondary School Class Teacher Mr Ayeni Segun Emmanuel Ipoti High School, Ipoti-Ekiti - 2nd Plasma Sharp TV(iv) Best Primary School Class Teacher Mrs Rachael Olusola Oluwafemi St. John’s Ang. Primary School, Erinmope-Ekiti - 2nd Plasma Sharp TV(v) Best Primary School SUBEB Model Nursery/Primary School - 1st Desktop Computer and a printer
  63. 63. EDUCATION AS A WEALTH CREATION TOOL IN EKITI Our plan is to provide functional and sustainable Education We believe that Education will not just be for learning but for enlightenment and enterprise Entrepreneurship will be incorporated to our curriculum from Secondary Schools to Tertiary Institutions. Encourage our researchers to proactively seek for grants and scholarships to carry out research in their institutions To attract funding with laudable projects in Schools.
  64. 64. EDUCATION TOURISM EDUCATION = WEALTH Education increases the earning capacity of individuals A compelling body of research links primary and secondary education to economic development and growth. This research recognizes people as a type of economic asset – “human capital” – and shows that increased investment in health, skills, and knowledge provides future returns to the economy through: increases in labor productivity. Education increases workers’ average earnings and productivity, and it also reduces the incidence of social problems such as drug abuse, crime, welfare dependency, and lack of access to medical care, all of which can weigh heavily on the economy.
  65. 65. EDUCATION = WEALTH Lifelong learning has literally become the new infrastructure of our knowledge-based economy. Education, as infrastructure, means that we must be willing to see our schools, colleges and universities as key players in economic development—because of the talent they create, the research they conduct, and the new knowledge they produce. It is partly from research and innovation that new companies are born, new ideas are birthed and new jobs are created. Indeed, research and innovation help to drive economic expansion and the creation of new wealth.
  66. 66. According to Thomas L. Freidman in his essay on: “Pass the books, Hold the Oil”, we intend to mine the brains of our people even if we have no oil to drill.THANK YOU FOR LISTENING
  67. 67. “A GREATER EKITI IS POSSIBLE” – JFK(JUST KEEP FAITH)
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