Services


SERVICES

Registry’s Routine Administrative Services

The Registry as the “Heartbeat” of the University’s Administrative services performs the following routine functions:

  • Provision of guidance for appropriate decision-making.
  • Provisions of requisite support services to enable the University achieve its goals maximally with the limited resources available.
  • Provision of professional expertise for the efficient functioning of the University/Administrative system.
  • Initiation of changes in existing regulations and procedures for improved results.
  • Identification of faults and suggestion of probable solutions

    Conducting research in the area of administration with emphasis on Open and Distance Learning.
  • Keeping custody of rules and regulations, laws and statutes and making them available for the benefit of the system.
  • Ensuring regular existence of a conducive atmosphere for effective teaching, learning and research.
  • Provision of guidance and counseling services for staff.
  • Implementing policy decisions promptly.
  • In liaison with CNS, keep and up-date staff and students records and other statistics.
  • Admission of students and in liaison with the Directors of Computer and Networking Service and Examinations and Assessment, keep records of examinations and other related records.
  • Provision of secretarial services to Council, Senate standing and Ad hoc Committees, boards and panels.
  • Enhancement for performance In order to achieve the goals of the Department and the University in general, a number of measures have been taken to enhance the performance of Staff which include; Seminars, Workshops and Training as follows:

A. In-house Workshops:

  • Induction Workshop for newly recruited staff members.
  • Workshops on Minutes/Report Writing for Administrative Officers and Secretaries.
  • Workshops on Skills Upgrading for Clerical Officers.

B. External Workshops/Seminars

  • Registry’s Routine Administrative Services
  • The Registry as the “Heartbeat” of the University’s Administrative services performs the following routine functions:
  • Provision of guidance for appropriate decision-making.
  • Provisions of requisite support services to enable the University achieve its goals maximally with the limited resources available.
  • Provision of professional expertise for the efficient functioning of the University/Administrative system.
  • Initiation of changes in existing regulations and procedures for improved results.
  • Identification of faults and suggestion of probable solutions
  • Conducting research in the area of administration with emphasis on Open and Distance Learning.
  • Keeping custody of rules and regulations, laws and statutes and making them available for the benefit of the system.
  • Ensuring regular existence of a conducive atmosphere for effective teaching, learning and research.
  • Provision of guidance and counseling services for staff.

    Implementing policy decisions promptly.
  • In liaison with CNS, keep and up-date staff and students records and other statistics.
  • Admission of students and in liaison with the Directors of Computer and Networking Service and Examinations and Assessment, keep records of examinations and other related records.

    Provision of secretarial services to Council, Senate standing and Ad hoc Committees, boards and panels.

Enhancement for performance

In order to achieve the goals of the Department and the University in general, a number of measures have been taken to enhance the performance of Staff which include; Seminars, Workshops and Training as follows:

A. In-house Workshops:

  • Induction Workshop for newly recruited staff members.
  • Workshops on Minutes/Report Writing for Administrative Officers and Secretaries.
  • Workshops on Skills Upgrading for Clerical Officers.

B. External Workshops/Seminars

(i) The National Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA) organized workshops to which the University had succeeded in sending a total of 320 Senior staff.

(ii) In pursuance of the desire to encourage professional development for Administrative Staff, the Registry sponsors

its Staff to attend Annual Conferences such as;

  • Association of Nigerian University Professional Administrators [ANUPA]
  • Association of University Administrators [AUA], in the United Kingdom

(iii) Recognising the inevitable fact that Staff must retire from Government Service one day, the University

through the Registry and the Industrial Training Fund [ITF] organise regular workshops on “Life In

Retirement” for all categories of Staff.