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Katsina technology institute matriculates 400 students – Peoples Gazette

The Katsina State Institute of Technology and Management (KSITM) has matriculated 400 students for the 2021/2022 academic session.
The Katsina State Institute of Technology and Management (KSITM) has matriculated 400 students for the 2021/2022 academic session.
Babangida Abubakar-Albaba, KSITM’s rector, disclosed this on Sunday.
According to him, KSITM will soon commence an additional four National Innovation Diploma (NID) programmes in its next academic session.
Mr Abubakar-Albaba said the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) had already approved the commencement of the new NID programmes effective from the 2022/2023 academic session.
The programmes are to award NID certificates in Business Informatics, Computer Hardware Engineering Technology, Security Management Technology and Islamic Finance.
“The new programmes are in addition to the four we already have, which include networking and system security, computer software engineering, multimedia technology and banking operation,” he explained. 
Mr Abubakar-Albaba added, “The institute is also waiting for the NBTE resource visitation team for National Diploma programmes on Accounting, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering as well as Library and Information Science.”
The programmes, if approved, would give KSITM a dual status of polytechnic and innovation enterprise institute, which will pave its way to qualify for TETFUND intervention, stressed Mr Abubakar-Albaba. 
The KSITM rector said in 2022 alone, the management approved the sponsorship of three staff to undergo PhD and two other staff for MSc programmes.
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