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    #MP2013 Presentation of the Acting Executive Secretary of TETFund #MP2013 Presentation of the Acting Executive Secretary of TETFund Presentation Transcript

    • Transforming the Education Sector:The Role of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund(TETFund)Presentation to Commemorate the Mid-Term Anniversaryof President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s Administration –2011-2013ByMallam Aliyu Na’iyaAg. Executive SecretaryTETFund1Mission Statement
    • - Complement the Presentation of ProfessorRuqayyatu Ahmed Rufa’i, OON, theHonourable Minister of Education on June 13,2013 on the achievements in the EducationSector at the mid-term of the Administration ofPresident Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR- Highlight the roles and key achievements of theTertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) in theactualization of the Transformation Agenda2Objectives
    •  The Transformation Agenda of the Administrationunder President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR: Based on set of priorities and programmes ofgovernment Aims at transforming the Nigerian economy tomeet future needs of the Nigerian people Emphasis: the 3 ‘C’s – Continuity, Consistency andCommitment Key Component: Education and Human CapitalDevelopmentThe Transformation Agenda
    • A co-ordinated approach adopted byIdentifying major challenges andAddressing the challengesActualizing the Education Component ofthe Transformation Agenda
    • Development of the 4-Year StrategicPlan
    •  The Plan supports the actualization of the TransformationAgenda Has six (6) focal areas: The 2 Strategic goals of Nigeria Education:1. Access 2. Quality And the 4 other issues to be addressed to achieve the goals:3. Strengthening the Institutional Management of Education4. Teacher Education and Development5. Technical and Vocational Education & Training and6. Funding, Partnerships, Resource Mobilization & UtilizationThe 4-Year Strategic Plan for the Development ofthe Education Sector: 2011-2015
    •  Parastatal of the Federal Ministry of EducationOriginally set up to intervene in all sectors ofEducationAct amended in 2011 to focus TETFUnd on thedevelopment and rehabilitation of infrastructure inpublic tertiary institutions in line with the originalconceptSource of funding is through a 2% Education Tax leviedon assessable profit of all registered companies inNigeria7TETFund – A Background
    •  In addressing challenges of Access and Quality, theobjectives of the Nigeria Education System is to Develop world class institutions with World class infrastructure Learning resources and World class teachers To ensure that the institutions are able to produce Highly skilled world-class manpower and Individuals with entrepreneurial flair• The availability of funds is critical to the success of these8Role of TETFund in TransformingEducation in Nigeria
    •  TETFund is the key agency for actualizing the 4-YearStrategic Plan Focal Area on Funding, Partnerships,Resource Mobilization and Utilization. Its roles include Receives funds through the Federal Inland RevenueService as provided in the Education Tax Act, 2011 Manages the funds Disburses the funds to beneficiary institutions Monitors the utilization of funds Assess utilization to ensure value for money9The Role of TETFund in TransformingEducation in Nigeria
    •  Received N574.47 billion since inception Intervention currently limited, in line withenabling Act, as mended, to support 201publicly owned tertiary educationalinstitutions: 78 Federal and State Universities 60 Federal and State Polytechnics and 63 Federal and State Colleges of Education10Scope of Intervention
    •  The enabling Act provides a ratio ofallocation to beneficiaries The ratio on the basis of 2.1.1 coversUniversities, Polytechnics and Colleges ofEducation: 50% - Universities 25% - Polytechnics 25% - Colleges of Education11Sharing Formula
    • Funds are allocated tobeneficiaries in line with theenabling ActAllocated on the basis ofequality of institutions12Conditions for Interventions
    •  Normal Intervention High Impact Intervention Special Intervention Library Development Academic Staff Training and Development Conference Attendance Institutional Academic Journal Publication Book Development Research Grant Institution-Based Research National Research Fund13Types of Interventions
    •  Special Interventions are carried out in responseto identified urgent needs. Recent specialinterventions include: E-Library Development in Federal Unity Colleges Teaching Practice for Teachers in Colleges ofEducation Provision of Multimedia Micro-TeachingLaboratories for 58 Federal and State Collegesof Education14Special Interventions
    •  Funding the take-off of the 12 new FederalUniversities Support for the Establishment of Almajiri ModelSchools under the Tsangaya System of Education Funding of the Committee on Needs Assessment ofNigerian Universities (CNANU) Development and Rehabilitation of laboratories inall 51 Federal and State Polytechnics15Special Interventions
    • S/N Sub-sector 2010 2011 20121. Universities N303.14 N395.00 N595.002. Polytechnics N216.56 N240.00 N337.003. Colleges of Education N157.17 N190.00 N319.0016Intervention Allocation Trend from 2010 – 2012 forUniversities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Educationin millionsThe already approved allocations for year 2013which has also increased will soon beannounced by the Honourable Minister ofEducation
    •  Institutions make submissions in accordance with projectsdetermined by them Provide necessary documents including drawings, Bills ofquantities, where necessary to support the submission Applications vetted by TETFund If application is in line with the core mandate of theinstitution, it is required to Engage its own contractors, vendors and suppliers in line withPublic Procurement Act, 2007 Open Dedicated Bank Account for the Intervention Pay Contractors, vendors and suppliers from the funds released• Proposals must fall within the allocated fund• Institutions are to account for previous allocations beforeaccessing new ones17Procedure for Disbursement of Funds
    •  Release of funds is in installment based on the type ofintervention Intervention for Construction Released in three installments 50% 35% 15% Intervention for Procurement Released in two installments 85% 15%18Release of Funds
    • THE FOLLOWING SECTIONSDETAIL SOME OF THE KEYACHIEVEMENTS OF TETFund INTHE SUPPORT OF EDUCATIONALTRANSFORMATION IN NIGERIA19KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
    • Needs Assessment Needs Assessment carried out in PublicUniversities (Federal and State) Assessed staff and studentpopulation in relation to facilities Identified areas of pressure Explored use of resources Provided Inventory of physicalfacilities and learning resources Recommendations for InterventionBased on the Report approved forimplementation by Mr President.Will involve commitment of overN100 billion to further developmentin our Universities
    •  To support Access and Quality, TETFund is activelyinvolved in the development and rehabilitation ofinfrastructure at all levels of education including Buildings Lecture theatres Laboratories Classrooms Libraries Workshops and Integration of ICT into Teaching and Learning and Capacity Development of Academic and Non-Academicstaff21Development of Infrastructure
    • CONSTRUCTION OF 28ALMAJIRI SCHOOLSUNDER THE ALMAJIRIEDUCATION PROGRAMME22
    • Mr President Registering pupils to flag-off the Almajiri EducationProgramme in in one of the schools constructed by TETFund in Sokoto
    • Almajiri School, Kano
    • Construction of Libraries inthe Federal Unity Colleges25 Construction of e-library in Federal UnityColleges Ensures the availabilityof informationmaterials to supportthe Teaching-Learningprocess Encourages life-longlearning amongstudentsNew Library Building – FGC,KanoNew Library Building – FGGC,Kazaure
    •  Provided N4.7 billion for initial take-off andprovision of infrastructure for each of the newFederal Universities Enabled all the initial 9 new FederalUniversities to commence full academicactivities Remaining 3 new Universities to commenceacademic activities in 20142612 New Federal Universities
    • Lafia
    • Otuoke
    • Kashere
    • Oye-Ekiti
    • Lokoja
    • Dutse
    • Dutsin-ma
    • Ndufu-Alike
    • Wukari
    •  Supporting Tertiary Institutions in theDevelopment of Infrastructure Infrastructure helping to expandfacilities and improving Access to HigherEducation It is helping to improve Quality ofEducation Delivery36Development of Infrastructure inTertiary Institutions
    • 2010 2011 2012N157.17 N190.00 N319.0037COLLEGES OF EDUCATIONIntervention Allocation Trend from 2010 – 2012 (in millions)
    • 38Federal College of Education(Technical), Potiskum
    • Federal College of Education(Technical), Akoka
    • FCE (Special) Oyo
    • FCE, Bichi
    • FCE Abeokuta
    • College of Education, Ditsin-ma, Katsina State43
    • NIGER STATE COLL. OF EDUCATION, MINNA44CONSTRUCTION OF LECTURE THEATRE,ETF PROJECT 2009/2010) CONSTRUCTION OF ACADEMIC STAFF OFFICESCONSTRUCTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCKS,ETF PROJECTS 2009/2010PROCUREMENT OF SCHOOL BUSETF PROJECT 2009/2010PROCUREMENT OF LIBRARY MATERIALSETF PROJECT 2009/2010
    • COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Azare, BauchiConstruction of School Auditorium, College of Educ.,Azare, Bauchi State, ETF SP BOT 200945Procurement of Lab Equipment ,College of Educ., Azare, Bauchi State,ETF BOT SP 2009Purchase of 56-Seater Bus, College ofEduc., Azare, Bauchi State,ETF BOT SP 2010Construction of Twin Laboratory Block,Azare, Bauchi State, ETF SP BOT 2009Purchase of Tanker, College of Educ.,Azare, Bauchi State, ETF BOT SP 2010
    • NIGERIAN ARMY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, SOBI CANTONMENT ILORIN46CONSTRUCTION OF LECTURE HALL(ETF 2009 NORMAL INTERVENTION PROJECT)FURNISHING OF CLASSROOM,ETF 2010 NORMAL INTERVENTIONPROCURED BOOK SHELVES (ETF 2010LIBRARY INTERVENTION)FURNISHING OF LECTURE THEATRE(ETF 2009 NORMAL INTERVENTION)CONSTRUCTION OF ICT CENTER(ETF 2010 NORMAL INTERVENTION)
    • 2010 2011 2012N216.56 N240.00 N337.0047POLYTECHNICSIntervention Allocation Trend from 2010 – 2012 (in millions)
    • Yaba College of Technology
    • YABA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY49
    • Auchi Polytechnic
    • Auchi Polytechnic
    • Federal Polytechnic, Nasarawa
    • Federal Polytechnic, Bali
    • Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu
    • Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi
    • Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro
    • Federal Polytechnic, Oko
    • 2010 2011 2012N303.14 N395.00 N595.0058UNIVERSITIESIntervention Allocation Trend from 2010 – 2012 (in millions)
    • Lecture Theatre at the Gombe State University, Gombe59
    • Kano State University of Science and Technology, Wudil60
    • ABU, Zaria
    • Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria62
    • Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University,Bauchi
    • Federal University of Technology, Owerri64
    • Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta65
    • NEW FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES IN PICTURESFederal University, Dutse, Jigawa State66
    • Niger Delta University, Amasoma, Bayelsa67
    • University of Port Harcourt68
    • Federal University of Technology,Akure
    • Federal University of Technology, Akure.70
    • Modibbo Adama University ofTechnology, Yola
    • Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
    • Federal University of Technology,Minna
    • Federal University of Agriculture,Makurdi
    • University of Calabar
    • Federal University of Petroleum, Effurun76
    • University of Abuja
    • KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY, MALETE78
    • Benue State University Benue.79
    • CROSS RIVER UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, CALABARCONSTRUCTION OF GRADUATE SCHOOL BLOCK,ETF 2007-2009 INTERVENTIONPROCUREMENT OF SHELF FOR LIBRARY,ETF 2007-2009 INTERVENTIONPROCUREMENT OF LIBRARY ASORTED BOOKS,ETF 2007-2009 INTERVENTIONPROCUREMENT OF 1No 30 SEATER BUS,ETF 2007-2009 INTERVENTIONCONSTRUCTION OF 1 NO. LECTURE OFFICE BLOCK, ETFPROJECT 2007-2009 FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE,80
    • Nigeria Defence Academy, Kaduna81
    • SPECIALINTERVENTIONS82
    • HIGH IMPACT INTERVENTION PROJECTS- Targeted at progressively upgrading institutions- Enhance development of institutions as centres ofexcellence in diverse subject areas- N84.4 billion allocated in Phases 1-4 between 2009-2012- N25 billion earmarked for 2013- Universities receive N3b, Polytechnics N1b, andColleges of Education, N1b83
    • Zone Institution AmountNorth Central University of Ilorin N3 billionFCE, Kontagora, Niger State N1 billionNorth East University of Maiduguri N3 billionFCE (Technical) Gombe N1 billionNorth West Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria N3 billionKaduna Polytechnic N1 billionNigeria Defence Academy (NDA) Kaduna N1.5 billionSouth East University of Nigeria, Nsukka N3 billionAkanuIbiam Polytechnic, Uwana N1 billionSouth South University of Benin N3 billionFCE (Technical), Omoku, Rivers State N1 billionSouth West University of Ibadan N3 billionYaba College of Technology, Lagos N1 billionTotal N25.5billion84Phase One: 2009
    • Phase Two: 2010Zone Institution AmountNorthCentralUniversity of Jos N3billionKogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja N1billionNorth East AbubakarTafawaBalewaUniversity, Bauchi N3billionFederal Polytechnic, Mubi, Adamawa State N1billionNorth West Bayero University, Kano N3billionJigawa State College of Education, Gumel N1billionSouth East Federal University of Technology, Owerri N3billionInstitute of Management and Technology,(IMT) EnuguN1billionSouthSouthUniversity of Port Harcourt N3billionAkwaIbom State College of Education, Afaha-NsitN1billionSouth West ObafemiAwolowo University, (OAU), Ile-Ife N3billionAdeyemi College of Education, Ondo State N1billionTotal N24billion85
    • Phase Three: 2011Zone Institution AmountNorthCentralBenue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo N1billionNorth East Umar Suleiman College of Education,Gashua,Yobe StateN1billionNorth West UsmanuDanfodiyo University, Sokoto N3billionSouth East Abia State Polytechnic, Aba N1billionSouthSouthNiger Delta University, Amassoma N3billionSouth West Federal College of Education, Abeokuta N1billionTotal N10billion86
    • Phase Four: 2012Zone Institution AmountNorth Central Benue State University, Makurdi N3. billionFederal Polytechnic, Nasarawa N1. billionNorth East Modibbo Adama University, Yola N3 billionBauchi State College of Education, Azare N1 billionNorth West Kebbi State University of Science & Technology,AlieroN3 billionFederal Polytechnic, Kaura Namoda N1 billionSouth East Anambra State University, Uli N3 billionAlvan Ikoku College of Education, Owerri N1 billionSouth South University of Calabar N3 billionCollege of Education, Agbor N1 billionSouth West University of Lagos, Lagos N3 billionFederal Polytechnic, Ibadan N1 billionTotal N24billion87
    • Selection of photographs of projectscarried out under the High Impact SpecialIntervention:88
    • Gombe State University, Gombe89
    • 90
    • 91
    • 92
    • 93
    • 94
    • 95
    • 96Federal Polytechnic, Mubi
    •  N15 billion grant All 51 Federal and State Polytechnics benefittedfrom Provision of new state-of-the art laboratories Refurbishing of existing laboratory facilities Staff from all the Polytechnics trained on theuse of new equipment97DEVELOPMENT/REHABILITATION OFLABORATORIES OF 51 FEDERAL AND STATEPOLYTECHNICS
    •  Supporting institutions to increase number oflecturers with Doctoral Degrees Discouraging in-breeding by providingopportunities for study outside Nigeria Encourage research and development in diversesubject areas Total of 6,840 benefitted from Staff Training andDevelopment 1,700 of these studied outside Nigeria102Academic Staff Training andDevelopment
    • S/N Type ofTraining/SponsorshipLocation Number ofBeneficiaries1 PhD Training Foreign 8532 PhD Training Local 2,1033 Masters Training Foreign 7814 Masters Training Local 3,0065 Bench Work Foreign 97TOTAL 6,840103
    • 104Some Nigerian Lecturers in University of Pretoria, South Africa, beneficiariesof the Academic Staff Training & Development
    • 105Some Nigerian Lecturers in University of Witwatersrand, South Africa,beneficiaries of the Academic Staff Training & Development
    • Supporting the Presidential Scholarship onInnovation and Development106101 Beneficiariesawarded thePresidentialScholarship forInnovation andDevelopment(PRESSID to studyin 25 topUniversities in theworld)1st set of PRESSIDBeneficiaries
    •  Completion and Take-off of the NUC VirtualLibrary Project enabling Universities acrossNigeria to have access to online databases• Procurement of print and non-print (e-books) for educational institutions• Supporting the development of printingfacilities across the institutions107DEVELOPMENT OF LIBRARY &INFORMATION SERVICES
    •  To enhance capacity and experience,introduced Conference AttendanceProgramme for Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff 5,999 Sponsored for Local ConferenceAttendance 2,869 Sponsored for InternationalConference Attendance108SPONSORSHIP OF CONFERENCE ATTENDANCEFOR ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF
    • Supporting academic and non-academic staff in research anddevelopment for publications84 Academic Journal Publications22 Manuscript development109SPONSORSHIP OF RESEARCH ANDACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS
    • 110Some Representatives of the Academic Researchand Journal Publication Beneficiaries with the HME
    • • Initiated to encourage scholarship throughproduction of books and journals• Encourage local production of informationmaterials by local authors• Encourage the publication of research outputs fromour institutions.• N2 billion seed grant dedicated to publication ofquality materials• Journals to be distributed free to libraries of tertiaryinstitutions• 200 PhD thesis reviewed• 75 manuscripts received111NATIONAL BOOK DEVELOPMENT
    • NATIONAL RESEARCH FUND TO ENCOURAGEINSTITUTION-BASED RESEARCH- Encourage cutting-edge Research- Explore areas of research relevant tosocietal needs- N3 billion seed grant set aside for the Fund- Experts from diverse sectors assess researchproposals from scholars- Over 200 applications received112
    • Nigerian Universities ElectronicTeaching and Learning Platform•  First phase implemented in 12Federal and State Universities Will enhance use of ICT in theeducation process Will enable remote learningand exchange of informationamong institutions Each University has access tolocal digitized content throughthe Virtual Library
    • Construction of micro-teachinglaboratories in all Federal Collegesof Education and one State Collegeof Education and FCT eachTotal of 58 institutionsTotal cost of N11.6 Billion114Construction of Micro-TeachingLaboratories in Colleges of Education
    •  TETFund continually engages withStakeholders such as the Tax Payersand beneficiary institutions Interactive workshops and capacitydevelopment of principal officers onutilization of funds Briefs Them on the Utilization of Fundsand the Impact it is making on theSector and the Society115STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENTS
    • 116TETFund Tax Payers Forum 2012 – Some Representatives ofthe Tax Payers at the Forum
    •  Inability of some beneficiary institutions to adoptsound project management principles Lack of connection between Projects and Institution’sobjectives None or partial compliance with requirements for dueprocess Frequent turnover of top management of some Statetertiary institutions117Challenges
    •  In line with its mandate, and the priorities of theGovernment of the Republic of Nigeria, TETFundwill continue to prioritize Support for the actualization of theTransformation Agenda through the 4-YearStrategic Plan Improving Access and Quality of education attertiary level Support institutions in ensuring that theyproduce individuals with the competence to drivediverse sectors of the economy and enhanceNigeria’s global competitiveness118Summary/Conclusion
    • THANK YOU119