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FUT Minna 2014/2015 1st Semester Examination Time-Table



The authorities of Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUTMINNA) have released and published the first semester 2014/2015 academic session examination time-table for students. The examination is scheduled to commence on Monday, 20th April, 2015. FUT Minna students are to check the electronic time table from the PDF document below: FUT Minna 2014/2015 1st Semester Examination Time-Table ... Continue Reading

The authorities of Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUTMINNA) have released and published the first semester 2014/2015 academic session examination time-table for students.

FUTMINNA Updates

The examination is scheduled to commence on Monday, 20th April, 2015. FUT Minna students are to check the electronic time table from the PDF document below:

FUT Minna 2014/2015 1st Semester Examination Time-Table

Good luck from Nigerian Scholars Team.

About FUTMINNA:

History of FUTMINNA:

The Federal University of Technology, Minna is a Federal Government owned University in Nigeria. It was established on 1st February, 1983. The objective for its establishment is to give effect to the Nation’s drive for the much-needed self-reliance in Science, Engineering and especially Technology. It is a specialized University of Technology.

The pioneer Vice-Chancellor was Professor J.O. Ndagi who served from 1983 to 1990. He was succeeded by Professor S.O. Adeyemi from 1990 and 1994. Between 1994 and 1997 Professor I.H. Umar served as Sole Administrator. Professor S.A. Garba was briefly acting Vice-Chancellor between 26 th June and 6th August, 1997. On 7th August, 1997 Prof. M.A. Daniyan became the third substantive Vice Chancellor of the University till 6th August, 2002. Prof. J.O. Adeniyi served from 7th August to 2nd October, 2002 as acting Vice Chancellor. Prof. H. Tukur Sa’ad was appointed Vice-Chancellor on 3rd October, 2002 and he served till 27th October, 2007. He was succeeded by Prof. M.S. Audu appointed on 26th November, 2007 and served till 26th November, 2012. The current Vice-Chancellor Prof. Musbau Adewumi Akanji, the 6th substantive Vice-Chancellor of the University was appointed on 3rd of December, 2012.

The pioneer Registrar was late Dr. B.P. Sawa who served from 1983 to 1986. Dr Bawa Salka was acting Registrar between 1986 and 1988. Then Mrs. L.S.J. Ahmed became the Registrar of the University between 1988 and 1993. She was succeeded by Alhaji U.A. Sadiq who served as the Registrar from October, 1998 – 2003, having acted in that position since 1993. Mallam M.D. Usman was appointed on 1st October, 2007. Having acted in that capacity since 2003. The current Registrar Mrs V. N Kolo was appointed on 11th June, 2012.

At inception, the University acquired on a permanent basis, the facilities of the former Government Teachers’ College Bosso which now serves as the Bosso Campus of the University. It has undergone a tremendous. face-lift and wears a beautiful outlook befitting a modern University. The University acquired 10,650 hectares of land at Gidan-Kwano along the Minna – Kataeregi – Bida Road as its permanent site, to carter for the necessary inevitable expansion envisaged.

On Tuesday, June, 2nd 1992 the former President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida GCFR, fss, mni (rtd), performed the Sod Turning Ceremony to mark the commencement of projects on the main campus site. And since then work had started in earnest for the physical development of the Main Campus which in phase I consists of the School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology (SAAT), School of Environmental Technology (SET), School of Engineering and Engineering Technology (SEET) Buildings, Students Hostels, Students Center, University Library, Senate Building, Staff houses, Computer Centre as well as the Industrial Development Centre.

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