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BACHELOR of NURSING SCIENCE (BNSc) NOT ACCREDITED AT N.O.U.N - Prof Julius Okojie
Date Posted: 26/Jun/2012

The executive secretary of the National Universities Commission, Prof Julius Okojie has announced the results of the accreditation visit of the National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN.

According to Okojie, NUC has accredited 30 out of the 31 programmes run by the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).
Announcing the result of the accreditation visit which was conducted in March this year, Prof Okojie said only NURSING SCIENCE was denied accreditation for using a 10 YEARS OLD CURRICULUM.
26 programmes representing 83.9% was given Interim accreditation while 4 courses representing 12.9% of the programme was given full accreditation.
NOUN was first established in July, 1983, during Alhaji Shehu Shagari’s regime not scrapped. In 1984, because of various defects and some reasons advanced by the Federal Government, the Act of 1983, which established the University, was suspended by General Muhammad Buhari's regime. NOUN was then resuscitated by Chief Olusegun, Obansanjo’s regime on 1st October, 2002.
NOUN was first established in July, 1983, during Alhaji Shehu Shagari’s regime. In 1984, because of various defects and some reasons advanced by the Federal Government, the Act of 1983, which established the University, was suspended by General Muhammad Buhari's regime. NOUN was then resuscitated by Chief Olusegun, Obansanjo’s regime on 1st October, 2002. 
 

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