FG Seeks Funding Option for Inter-university Centres

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The Federal Government has on Wednesday said it was exploring funding options for the country’s four Inter-university centres with a view to enhancing their training and research capabilities.

The Minister of Education, Tahir Mamman made this known at an interactive session with Chief Executive Officers of the Centers.

According to a statement by the Federal Ministry of Education which was signed by the Director of Press of the ministry, Ben Goong, the minister said that he will open a line of dialogue between the Ministry, the Centers and the Tertiary Education TrustFund with a view to bringing the inter-varsity centers within the funding envelope of TETFUND.

The minister also appealed to public and private universities across the country to patronize the centers for their training programs.

Written by: Helen Obih

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