This was contained in a statement signed by the Public Relations Officer of the Polytechnic, Abdulkadir Yunus.
The statement said the Director of Polytechnic programmes of the NBTE, Ngbede Ogoh, while speaking at the exit briefing of the accreditation exercise expressed satisfactions with the provisions on ground, noting that the Polytechnic was known for her productive graduates all over the world.
According to him, “We will only advise you not to relent on the standard known with the Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin, and also make sure you rectify all the grey areas observed by the resource persons.
arlier, the Director of North Central Zone of the NBTE, Dr Hatim Koko, called on the management not to rest on her oars by introducing more courses that would keep the teaming admission seekers from roaming the streets.
In his remarks, the Polytechnic Rector, Dr Jimoh Abdul, pledged to rectify all the grey areas observed by the resource persons, he applauded them for engaging in a thorough job.
Abdul, therefore, expressed appreciation to the NBTE for maintaining standards in the polytechnic sector, promising that the Kwara State Polytechnic would not shy away from her responsibilities as a technologically oriented school.