Giving uncommon content to its students which is very rare across Africa has become the hallmark of National Broadcast Academy, NBA,over the year towards the quest for knowledge impartation.
Director General, DG, Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, FRCN, Dr Mansur Lima, made the remark while addressing new students of ,NBC, during the welcome ceremony organized by the Institution for the batch B 2022 courses.
Represented by the NBC Director, Mr Ike Okere, Dr Liman charged the students to be up and doing in an increasingly knowledge searching world to make themselves the best anywhere in the world.
”The students must take their skills acquisition very serious while they are here so that they can be the best and showcase this to the world outside there”.
Dr Liman hinted that the academy founded in 1957 had redesigned curriculum in line with the international standard to give the best for its students.
In an interview with Radio Nigeria, a student of Basic Journalism class Mr Kayode Mafolasere urged the stakeholders to always make learning a seamless process to each category of learners, noting that issues around strike embarked upon by the Association of University Union, ASUU, could be solved with good understanding by the parties at the forefront of the lingering dispute.
”The federal government can leverage on public private partnership to get Universities running and provide facilities that will help the students to study well in their different campuses”.
The Batch B opening ceremony courses for 2022 that was officially inaugurated today was witnessed by dignitaries including, NBA registrar, Mrs Bukola Adedeji, HOD Basic Journalism Department, Mr Olowu Abiodun, Director of Academy and planning, Mr Ayodele Aliu among others.