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NITDA Funds Digital Library Project In University of Jos

NITDA Office. Photo: Pulse
NITDA Office. Photo: Pulse

Prof. Sebastian Maimako, Vice Chancellor, University of Jos (UNIJOS) has applauded the National Information Technology Agency (NITDA) for sponsoring the development of a Virtual Project in the university.

According to the statement issued by Abdullahi Abdullahi, Deputy Registrar of the university, the VC described the project as transformational act that would add value to the institution’s library as repository of academic resources and knowledge generation.

The VC disclosed this when the Director-General of NITDA, Dr. Isa Pantami, visited the university to ascertain the level of work so far carried out on the project by the contractor.

According to the NITDA boss, the Virtual Library Project was awarded to Microban Standard Investment Limited to install virtual library software with inverters for steady power supply to service the institution’s library complex.

In his remarks, the NITDA boss explained that his team came on an unscheduled visit to the university to monitor and ascertain the level of work being carried out on the Virtual Library project.

Pantami commended the university’s authorities for the great transformation taking place in the institution and challenged them not to relent in doing their best to development the university.

The NITDA delegation, led by the VC, went round the Library Complex to inspect the level of job done so far on the project.

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