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President Goodluck Jonathan who spoke at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA, during its 23rd convocation over the weekend, said quality manpower and seasoned research were necessary ingredients to boost the nation's march towards economic growth and development and according to him, Nigerian schools are not doing well in that direction.
The president thus blamed the poor international rating of Nigerian universities on lack of proper attention to research by the authorities of the institutions.
Speaking through the Executive Secretary, Nigerian University Commission, NUC, Professor Julius Okojie, President Jonathan said "Our education administrators need to urgently address the importance of research, which is one reason our universities perform poorly in international ratings.
We must upgrade our curricula to ensure the provision of quality education. Learning at tertiary levels should produce graduates that are self-reliant. We must equip our students with knowledge that will make them active contributors to national development.
We also expect to see research products that will improve our lives. Nigerians want a total break from the grapple of diseases, poverty and hunger. Our farmers want improved seedlings and need storage technology for their yields, while our artisans want simple tools and implements to aid their work."
President Jonathan urged administrators of universities to focus attention to courses that could make graduates, creators of jobs rather than joining the pool of unemployed youths in the labour market, saying "We now need graduates who are problem-solvers and job creators, and whose characters will be enviable and unimpeachable at all times
On his part, Governor Mimiko stressed the need to encourage skill acquisition through the introduction of entrepreneurial courses, which would be of tremendous advantage in the diversification of employment possibilities after graduation.
He said "The Ondo State government is using both Agriculture and Information Communication Technology as intervention mediums to mop up a significant number of productive hands from the unemployment market."
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