Nigerian Society of Engineers
NISE seeks end to tanker road accidents
The Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers (NISE), a division of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), which is responsible for finding solutions to safety problems in Nigeria, has called on both the Federal and state governments as well as all stakeholders to ensure the safety of Nigerians...
Engineers call for partnership to curb tanker explosions
The Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers (NISE), a division of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), has called on governments at all levels and relevant stakeholders to partner with them to curtail further of such incidence.
Nigeria engineers urged to drive energy efficiency
Towards curbing the nation’s energy crisis, professional engineers have been urged to fashion out innovative solutions that will enable Nigerians enjoy the benefits of renewable energy.
Engineers hold leadership training
The one - day leadership workshop tagged “strategic leadership as a tool for business stability and career development’, is to enable engineers; other professionals and business owners learn unpublished practical lessons from seasoned practitioners.
Varsity signs tripartite agreement to boost learning, skill acquisition
As part of efforts to advance technical education in Nigeria and produce market-ready graduates, The Technical University (TechU), Ibadan is set to sign a tripartite Memorandum...
‘Tackle challenges facing manufacturing sector for industrial growth
To increase local content and boost manufacturing in the country, the Federal Government has been advised to tackle challenges facing the sector especially in the areas of transport and access to raw materials. Technical Secretary, Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Apapa Branch, Tunde Awode, made the appeal during an industrial visit by the branch to…
‘Why Nigeria isn’t making fortunes from mining’
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Kaduna State branch, on Tuesday, rose from its quarterly review meeting, explaining why Nigeria has not been making fortunes from its abundant natural resources over the years, especially in mining sector. Among others, the engineers believed that Nigeria got it all wrong around 1972 with indigenisation policy that stipulated…
NSE makes case for local engineers
Imo State Chairman of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Emeka Ugoanyanwu, has urged all levels of government to stop relegating the qualified indigenous engineers to the background but utilise their ingenuity for infrastructure development across the country. Ugoanyanwu, reiterated that any money invested on contracting indigenous Engineers, would be worthwhile. The engineer who addressed…