By; JACOB ONJEWU DICKSON
The Board Chairman of the National Ear Care Center (NECC) Kaduna, Honourable Garba Dankani has tasked management of the centre to initiate a process that will make its various schools to begin awarding degrees.
Dankani gave the order, while speaking at the National Ear Care Center (NECC), Kaduna Joint Matriculation Ceremony For School of Post Basic ORL Nursing (SPBORL), School of Health Information Management (SHIM) and School of Audiology on Thursday June 3, 2021 at the institution’s Hall.
“As the board chair, I want the management to initiate a process where students will be awarded degrees. This I expect within the next one year.
“I am very ambitious and would want all of you to toe my path. On behalf of the board, I wish you all the best,” he said.
He said that the students are very lucky to be in a formal education setting where they can acquire the best knowledge.
Speaking further, he said that as a health institution, it is creating clear understanding on how to manage health related issues.
He informed them that the matriculation is a process that allows them entry into the institution.
The NECC Board Chairman said that they are expected through the matriculation to understand the school community and acqaint themselves with the environment and the stakeholders.
He appealed to the management to extend the process to include a get together, where the new students can socialize and get to know each other better.
Dankani further tasked the management of the three institutions to produce first class graduands that can confront complicated and multiple health challenges.
He also said he wants the graduands to be of world-class rating to be able to serve anywhere.
“Your parents have spent much to get you here. If you cooperate with my staff, you will get the best,” he advised.
No fewer than 70 students matriculated with SPBORL having 50, while the other two schools, School of Health Information Management (SHIM) and School of Audiology had 10 each.