Facilitators at the Knowledge Sharing Workshop on Automotive Engineering Curriculum Development recently hosted by Covenant University have encouraged institutions of higher learning and industrial organisations to place a priority on collaboration for their mutual benefits.
Organisers of the recently held 4th edition of the Covenant-International Conference on African Development Issues (C-ICADI 2018) have declared that Africans need to take their destiny in their hands to achieve meaningful development (http://bit.ly/4th-cicadi-communique).
A team from the Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON), on an accreditation visit to Covenant for the University’s Architecture programme, has expressed satisfaction with provisions made by the University for running the programme.
Professor AAA. Atayero, the Vice-Chancellor of Covenant, has been honoured with the Distinguished Leadership Award at the 1st African International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management (IEOM).
A Lubrication Field Engineer with 11 Plc (formerly Mobil Oil Nigeria Plc), Engr. Mayowa Bankale, has enlightened chemical engineering students of Covenant that successful operation of any machine would only be determined by whether the equipment was designed to the job it was being used for, whether it was made of the correct materials, and well installed in terms of alignment, piping and loads among others.
It was encomiums galore on Friday, October 26, 2018, as members of Management of Covenant rejoiced with the amiable and award-winning Vice- Chancellor of the University, Professor AAA. Atayero, on the occasion of his birthday.
The Chancellor and Chairman, Board of Regents, Covenant, Dr. David O. Oyedepo, has tasked parents on child discipline and role modeling, which serve as foundation to national development.
A former President of the Republic of Malawi, Dr. (Mrs) Joyce Banda, has said that Africa would be able to tackle its socio-political and economic development challenges if majority of leaders on the continent had the will to fight corruption.
The responsibility of preventing fraudulent financial reporting cannot be left alone to those charged with organisational governance, if the mechanism for identification and monitoring of risks that threaten an organisation’s ability to provide value to its stakeholders must be maintained.
Covenant Faculty, staff and students in the Department of Accounting have been urged to have a comprehension of the business model that gives a clear definition of roles and responsibilities, so that each group of risk and control professionals understands the boundaries of their responsibilities and how their positions fit into the organisation’s overall risk and control structure.