Yobe State University (YSU) 2014/2015 Lecture Time Table
Yobe State University (YSU) lectures time table for the 2014/2015 academic session has been released by the school authorities. This is coming as the university has resumed full academic activities today 4th of May 2015. All students of the school are hereby informed. The management of Yobe State University (YSU) have announced earlier that the ... Continue Reading
Yobe State University (YSU) lectures time table for the 2014/2015 academic session has been released by the school authorities. This is coming as the university has resumed full academic activities today 4th of May 2015. All students of the school are hereby informed.
The management of Yobe State University (YSU) have announced earlier that the school will resume academic activities today 4th May 2015. Academic activities are expected to resume immediately. Hence, the school has released the complete lecture time table for the information of all students and members of academic staff. The time table is on the YSU official website and we have reproduced it here for the benefit of our readers. Find the timetable below.
YSU 2014/2015 lecture Time Table
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MOUAU Targets N800m Returns In Catfish Production
The Vice-Chancellor of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike (MOUAU), Prof. Hillary Edeoga, says the school is targeting N800 million annually from catfish production. Edeoga said on Sunday in Umuahia, that a substantial part of the revenue generated internally by the institution, was from fish farming.
He said that the Fishery/Aquaculture and Poultry departments had been rehabilitated to ensure their viability and productivity.
Edeoga said that on assumption of duty as vice-chancellor, the university poultry buildings had no birds, adding that “there are thousands of birds now.’’
“On assumption of duty as the vice-chancellor, l met a Fishery/Aquaculture department without a single tadpole, but today one of the sources of our internally generated revenue, is our fish pond.
“We have a project called operation produce one million catfish in a year. If you produce one million catfishes in a year, each weighing minimum of 1kg, we have gotten N800m because one catfish of 1kg cost N800.
“We rehabilitated the hatchery project. Today, the West African Agricultural Productivity Programme of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture has recognised this institution in terms of fingerling research and production. We now supply to fish farmers in the South –East,’’ he said.
The vice-chancellor said that in recognition of the university’s efforts in fish farming, the Federal Ministry of Agriculture donated two vehicles to the institution.
He said that from internally-generated revenue, he had tarred all the roads in the school, adding that more projects would be implemented.
He said that MOUAU was in collaboration with more than five foreign universities on research development.
“In September 2014, we renewed our collaboration with the Kentucky State University over a broad range of programmes in Fisheries and Aquaculture, forest food resources, extension-farmer outreach programme and general exchange programmes, involving staff and students, in various disciplines,’’ Edeoga said.