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Plateau State Varsity assures youth council of inclusiveness

The stability in academic activities and expansion in infrastructural development so far recorded at the Plateau State University (PLASU), have been attributed to the visionary leadership of the rescue administration of the state Governor and Visitor to the university, Simon Lalong.

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Yohana Daniel Izam disclosed this at the university Senate Chambers, when the leadership of Plateau State Youth Council (PYC), led by its Chairman, Dr. Fabong Jemchang visited the institution. Izam, who explained that the university had made significant progress since the administration of Governor Lalong came on board through the prompt release of funds, said this had resulted to the completion of a state-of-the-art library complex and accreditation of 10 of the 17 academic programmes run by the university in the May window exercise by the National Universities Commission (NUC).

He, however, told the visitors that as soon as the accreditation of other academic programmes was completed, the university would commence postgraduate programmes in order to make the university a centre of excellence that would open the window of opportunities to all classes of applicants across the globe, particularly for the youth who are the main drivers of the society.

The vice-chancellor, therefore, noted that the demands of youths for social, political and economic inclusiveness could not be achieved when enduring physical spaces were not created in education, employment and training to promote equal opportunities to all citizens of the state particularly the most vulnerable group, saying this has become a priority issue for the management of the university.

Thus, Izam encouraged the youth movement to remain focused, especially in providing accurate narrative and prospects that abound in the state and the nation at large in public spaces as a deliberate attempt in securing a future and protecting the dreams of the teeming youths of the country whose lofty aspirations must be allowed full expression in every area of human endeavour.

On his part, Chairman of the Council, Dr. Jemchang lauded the sterling contribution of the Vice- Chancellor to the council when he was a member, saying the leadership of had no doubts that the university under his watch would grow in leaps and bounds.

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