Nigerian Society of Engineers
NSE links setback in Nigeria’s e-learning to epileptic power supply, others
Epileptic power supply and poor Internet systems have been identified as the cause of setback for e-learning in the post COVID-19 pandemic learning environment.
Garba: Only properly designed, well-constructed, maintained roads are durable, not necessarily expensive ones
The socio-economic benefits of having in place motorable roads cannot be overemphasised as roads are critical for the transportation of goods and services and therefore considered by some scholars as a crucial engine for economic development.
Engineers applaud committee’s role in port’s electronic call-up scheme
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has applauded the role played by its committee in bringing sanity to Apapa through the recent-introduced electronic call-up system.
Engineers partner navy on skills acquisition in building industry
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Victoria Island branch, has commenced a skill acquisition programme for young engineers and unemployed graduates.
Engineers commit to revamping obsolete equipment in varsities
The President of, Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Babagana Mohammed, has restated its commitment towards revamping obsolete equipment in engineering departments of universities in the country. Muhammed, spoke at a public lecture and yearly dinner of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Victoria Island Branch (NSE-VI) in Lagos. The forum featured awards and recognitions for the…
COREN lauds new engineering Act
Engineers have lauded the new Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) Act, saying the law has brought sanity and restored dignity in the practice.
Minister calls on engineers to create jobs via mining sector
Minister of Mines and Steel Development Olamilekan Adegbite has called on engineers in the country to explore opportunities in the mining sector to create jobs for youths.
Engineers seek new policies, industrial hubs for development
Engineers have called on the government to initiate and pursue policies that will help in industrialising the country. They said the nation never lacked industrial policies, what was absent was the political will, continuity, and enthusiasm of the administrative class, which resulted in the abandonment of most policies. President, Nigerian Society of Engineers, (NSE), Babagana…
Engineers seek recognition in national disasters management, emergencies
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has bemoaned lack of recognition by the authorities in the management of coronavirus pandemic, in spite of their enormous contributions.
Experts urge young engineers to leverage innovations
Worried by lack of creativity and entrepreneurial spirit among graduates, professional engineers have urged students and young practitioners to equip themselves with new ideas