Nigerian Society of Engineers
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
16 candidates get N16m scholarship for performance in UTME
For their excellent performance in the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), 16 candidates have been awarded scholarship worth N16million by the Nigerian Society of Engineers...
Danbatta, NCC boss harps on professionalism for quality service delivery
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is paying special attention to professionalism because of its strategic role in quality service delivery, according to Prof. Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman of the commission.
Accolades as property developers, others honour Jakande
It was a historic moment and celebration of professional accomplishments in Ikeja, Lagos last week when friends, well-wishers, private developers and other real estate industry stakeholders gathered to honour Jakande
‘Implementation, monitoring impeding construction industry local content policy’
Experts believe that the Executive Order Five signed by President Muhammadu Buhari has not brought the expected respite to the construction industry due to poor funding and monitoring.
NSE calls for private sector investments in prisons service
Mr Sunny Ejeje, Chairman of the Apapa Branch of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), has called for more private sector investments in the nation’s prisons service to enhance the welfare of inmates.
Insecurity: NSE urges FG to deploy space assets
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has called on the Federal Government to deploy space assets to address the nation’s security challenges. Mr Adekunle Mokuolu, President of NSE made the call on Monday in Abuja, during the First Distinguished Lecture organised by Giri branch of the society.
Firm plans summit on housing
Housing professionals and other experts in the built industry would gather in Lagos for a summit of suppliers of construction products from around the globe with the aim of reducing the huge gap between demand and supply in the nation’s housing value chain.
‘Power sector revenue shortfall hits N309b’
As of April 2019, total revenue shortfall in the Nigerian power sector amounted to N309b because power distributors and transmitters could not meet their obligations due to illiquidity in the sector.