- It was joy on Monday, October 7, as a new private university was launched in Kano state
- The university, the first in the state, was established in 1990 in United Emirates
- It will also offer courses in community services apart from research and entrepreneurship
It was a new cap for education in Kano state as a new private university focusing on research, creativity and entrepreneurship studies was on Monday, October 7, inaugurated, Punch reports.
Legit.ng gathers that the private university, named Skyline University, will be driven by modern technology.
It also records that the institution has commenced its maiden orientation on Monday, October 8, for the new set of students totaling about 160 in number.
The vice-chancellor of the university, Prana Krishna, while speaking with the journalist, said the university was established in 1990 in the United Arab Emirate, adding that it's the first private university in the state.
He also added that the the university would create rooms for other community services as part of its social corporate responsibilities to enable students learn how to contribute to the society after graduating.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola, Adamawa state, had re-written history by appointing Hajiya Halima Mohammed as its first female registrar, breaking a long existing jinx in the male dominated system.
Sa’ad Aliyu, the acting information officer of the university, in a statement, announced this development in the state's capital on Wednesday, September 5.
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