If you are in need of the complete accredited list of polytechnics in Nigeria, contact address, cut off mark and their school fees then you have come to the right place. Education in Nigeria has come a very long way. It has passed through the good and bad time yet still at the developmental stage in Nigeria. Here in Nigeria, one may wonder why any of what uses is the different universities, polytechnics, colleges, and technical schools. These have even rendered many clueless of what to do and what decision to take as touching education. Some even lost counts of the name of universities, schools and all form of education setting in Nigeria, all these are as a result of not getting to know the purpose of this educational setup. Some even bottled up their grievances against the government as the root cause of why some even go as far as complaining about the educational monitoring body.
Even though challenges and other issues with the educational system is not our focal point of discussion here, but we will be touching a pinch of every sector so as to bring to the notice of our readers what has really transpired even till we get to the point of school fee payment. The major topic here is the list of polytechnics in Nigeria and their cut off mark including the school fee.
List of Polytechnics in Nigeria, Contact Address/Location, Accredited, and Name of Rector
General Average Cut Off Mark is 150
Accredited List Of Federal Polytechnics in Nigeria And Address
|1||Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic Unwana,||Federal
|Venerable Ogbonnia Ibe-Enwo||P.M.B 1007, Afikpo,
|2||Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi||Federal Polytechnic||Dr. (Mrs.) Philipa O. Idogho||Auchi, Edo State|
|3||Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti||Federal Polytechnic||Dr Mrs. T. T. Akande||Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State|
|4||Federal Polytechnic Bali||Federal Polytechnic||Dr. Saidu Umaru Jen||Bali, Taraba State|
|5||Federal Polytechnic Bauchi||Federal Polytechnic||Engr. Dr. S.M. Musa||Bauchi, P.M. B 231, Bauchi State|
|6||Federal Polytechnic Bida||Federal Polytechnic||Dr A. A. Dzukogi (Ag Rector)||Bida, P.M.B 55, Niger State|
|7||Federal Polytechnic Damaturu||Federal Polytechnic||Alh. Usman Sale||Damaturu, P.M.B 1006, Yobe State|
|8||Federal Polytechnic Ede||Federal Polytechnic||Bldr Hussaini Patrick Mosisiyenemo||Ede, Osun State|
|9||Federal Polytechnic Ekowe||Federal Polytechnic||Prof Ahiakwo Christopher Okechukwu (Ag Rector)||Ekowe, Bayelsa State|
|10||Federal Polytechnic Idah||Federal Polytechnic||Mathew I. Akpata||Idah P.M.B 1035, Kogi State|
|11||Federal Polytechnic Ilaro||Federal Polytechnic||Arc. Aluko Olusegun||Ilaro, P.M.B 50, Ogun State|
|12||Federal Polytechnic Ile-Oluji, Ondo State||Federal Polytechnic||Prof. Emmanuel Adedayo Fasakin||Ile-Oluji, Ondo State|
Federal Polytechnic Kaura Namoda
|Federal Polytechnic||Engr. Ahmed A. Lugard||Kaura Namoda, P.M.B, 1012, Zamfara State.
|14||Federal Polytechnic Mubi||Federal Polytechnic||Mal Sadiq Yahaya||PMB 35 Mubi, Adamawa State|
|15||Kings Polytechnic, Ubiaja||Dn M Isiwele||Ubiaja, Edo State|
|16||Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja||Polytechnic||
A. R. Oki
|Ikeja, Lagos State
|17||Lighthouse Polytechnic, Evbuobanosa||Federal Polytechnic||Pastor Numa E. Ayodeji Okpako||Evbuobanosa, Edo State|
|18||Nacabs Polytechnic, Akwanga||Polytechnic||
|Akwanga, Nasarawa State|
|19||Nogak Polytechnic Ikom||Polytechnic||Mr. Ekuli George Kejuo||Ikom, Cross River State|
|20||Our Saviour Institute of Science Agric and Technology Enugu (OSISATECH)||Polytechnic||Dr Mike Ike Okwudili|
Mrs Juliana O. Atoyei
|23 – 25 Ailegun Road off Ejigbo Road PMB 21764, Ikeja – Lagos|
Festus Okekha (Rector)Dr Donaldson Shaka Momodu (Proprietor)
|Benin City PMB 1240, Edo State|
|23||St. Mary Polytechnic, Kwamba||Polytechnic||Kwamba, Suleja, Niger State|
|24||Temple Gate Polytechnic, Aba||Polytechnic||Mrs Chinedu Ibisi (Deputy Rector)||Aba P O Box 3448 Aba, Abia State
|25||The Polytechnic Igbo Owu||Polytechnic||M.S. Adeyemi (Proprietor)|
- 26 Federal Polytechnic Offa – Rector Mr. Lateef Olajide – Ajasse Ippo Offa, Kwara State Nigeria
Accredited List Of State Polytechnics in Nigeria And Address
|S/N||Polytechnics||Type||Name of Rector||Location||Web-Page|
|1||Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, Talata Mafara||State Polytechnic||Alh. Abubakar Liman Shinkafi||Talata Mafara P.M.B 1021 Zamfara State
|2||Abia State Polytechnic, Aba||State Polytechnic||Elder Abalogu Allwell Onukaogu||Aba P.M.B. 7166, Abia State|
|3||Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, Ijebu-Igbo||State Polytechnic||Prof (Mrs) Jumoke Bukunola Bilesanmi-Awoderu||Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun State|
|4||Abubakar Tatara Ali Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||Dr. Bala Adamu Azare||Bauchi State|
|5||Adamawa State Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||Dr. Bobboi Umar||P.M.B 2146, Yola, Adamawa State.|
|6||Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic, Ikot Osurua||State Polytechnic||Barr. Israel B. Affia||Ikot Osurua, Akwa Ibom State.
Bayelsa State College of Arts and Science
Dr J.A. Yabefa
Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo
Prof. H O A Oluma
|Ugbokolo, P.M.B 01 Benue State|
|9||D.S Adegbenro ICT Polytechnic, Eruku||State Polytechnic||
Dr Olalekan Oyekunle
|Eruku, Itori- Ewekoro, P.M.B.
5028 Ifo Ogun State.
|10||Delta State Polytechnic Ogwashi-Uku||State Polytechnic||
Dr (Mrs) Edna Nneka Mogekwu
|Ogwashi-Uku, Delta State|
|11||Delta State Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||
Dr (Mrs) E.C. Sogbaike
|Otefe Oghara,Delta State|
|12||Delta State Polytechnic Ozoro||State Polytechnic||
Dr. S. J. Oboreh
|Ozoro, Delta state|
|13||Edo State Institute of Techology & Management||State Polytechnic||
Cmr (Mrs) P.O. Edoimioya
City, Edo State
|14||Gateway Polytechnic, Saapade||State Polytechnic||
Dr. Gabriel Babasola Onolaja
|Saapade, Prof. Wole Soyinka Way, Saapade,
P. M. B. Isara-Remo, Ogun State
|15||Hassan Usman Katsina Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||
Prof. Y. Haruna
|P.M.B 2052 Katsina State.
|16||Imo State Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||Fr. W.C. Madu||Umuagwo, Imo State|
|17||Federal IMT Enugu||State Polytechnic||Prof. M. U. Iloeje||Enugu, Enugu State|
Jigawa State Polytechnic
Prof. Garba Uba Goje
|P.M.B 7030, Dutse, Jigawa State
|19||Kano State Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||Prof. Dalhatu M. Galadanci||P.M.B 3401, Kano State|
|20||Kogi State Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||
Prof. Mathew Idowu Ajibero
|Lokoja, Kogi State|
Kwara State Polytechnic
Alhaji Mas’ud Elelu
|P.M.B 1375, Ilorin, Kwara State
|22||Lagos State Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||
Dr. Abdulazeez A. Lawal
|Ikorodu, P.M.B 21606, Ikeja, Lagos
|23||Mai Idris Alooma Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||
Engr Hussaini Abatcha Geidam
|PMB 1020 Geidam, Yobe State.
|24||Moshood Abiola Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||Prof. Oludele Adelanwa Itiola||Abeokuta, P.M.B 2210, Ogun State
|25||Nasarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia||State Polytechnic||
Dr. Silas D. Gyar (Ag. Rector)
|Lafia, Nasarawa State|
|26||Niger State Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||Dr Umar, Ahmed Egbako||Zungeru, Niger State.|
|27||Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic, Zaria||State Polytechnic||Prof. Dalhatu Balarabe Yahaya||Zaria, P.M.B 1061, Zaria, Kaduna
|28||Ogun State Institute of Technology Igbesa (Formerly Gateway
|State Polytechnic||Engr Dr (Mrs) Olufunke Akinkurolere||Igbesa, Ogun State|
|29||Osun State College of Technology, Esa-Oke||State Polytechnic||Engr. Dr. Augustus O.Oke||Esa-Oke PMB 1011 Esa Oke, Osun
|30||Osun State Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||Dr. Jacob O. Agboola||P.M.B 301, Iree, Osun State|
|31||Plateau State Polytechnic, Barkin Ladi||State Polytechnic||Dauda Gyemang (Ag. Rector)||P.M.B 2033 Bukuru,
|32||Ramat Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||Engr Dr. Babagana Umara||P.M.B 1070 Maiduguri, Borno State|
|33||Rivers State College of Arts & Science, Rumuola||State Polytechnic||
Dr. Hillary Wordu
|Rumuola, PH, Rivers
|34||Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori||State Polytechnic||Obianko Nwolu-Elechi||P.O.Box 20, Bori PH, Rivers
|35||Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo||State Polytechnic||Dr. Ajibefun Igbekele||Owo, Ondo State|
|36||Sokoto State Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||Prof. Bashir Garba MFR||P.M.B 2356, Sokoto State|
|37||Taraba State Polytechnic||State Polytechnic||Mr Gladson Dogo Sallah||P.M.B 1030, Jalingo, Taraba State|
|38||The Ibarapa Polytechnic Eruwa||State Polytechnic||Iyiola R. Eyitaro||PMB 1015 Eruwa, Oyo State
|39||The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic Saki||State Polytechnic||Dr. Sijibomi O. Olusanya||PMB 021, Saki, Oyo State|
|40||The Polytechnic Ibadan||State Polytechnic||Prof. Olatunde Olubadejo Fawole||MB 22, UI Post Office, Ibadan, Oyo
The list of private Polytechnics in Nigeria will be added shortly to complete the list of Polytechnics in Nigeria.
CUT-OFF MARKS FOR INSTITUTION
For any institution to sieve in the best sets of aspirants, reduce the number of students that register for a particular course and department. This has been the first thing any institution will put in place so as to reduce the shocking number of students. Also, it always varies depending on course, department and some education operandi may be due to poor education in an environment, indigenes and all criteria the school may agree upon.
The Average Cut Off Mark for Universities In Nigeria is 180
CUT-OFF MARKS FOR POLYTECHNICS IN NIGERIA
In Nigeria today, this is one of the institutions that help students secure admission after a trier in the university and unable to meet up. Unlike federal university and state university that set a high standard for admission processes, but polytechnics has a standard of admission that is easier and more accessible compared to other institution.
The Average Cut Off Mark for Polytechnics In Nigeria is 150
SCHOOL FEE IN NIGERIA INSTITUTION
In Nigeria today, the paramount and constant phenomenon is that you can hardly see an institution that is free or absolutely free. There are agree on a price by the council of the polytechnic and governing council on what each student should be as a school fee for a particular course and departments.
Usually after a university in Nigeria, the next in cadre of education is the polytechnic which school fees range from institution to institution but are relatively cost-effective compared to university. Also, state and federal polytechnics are more affordable compared to a private polytechnic. So, it is advisable to always put in for federal polytechnic, or state polytechnic before considering a private polytechnic if you want to be cost effective and so on.
SCHOOL FEE OF POLYTECHNICS IN NIGERIA
Just have we have discusses earlier, in Nigeria today, outside a federal university, the next in line that the school fee is always affordable is the federal Polytechnics, this also varies and depends on the polytechnic councils and some other factors that need to be put in place. Some are as a result of course requirements and what it takes students to meet up with, but obviously federal polytechnic follows by the state polytechnic.
TUITION BREAKDOWN OF POLYTECHNICS
The funniest thing about most school fee paid in polytechnics is that the tuition fee is always a miniature and token fee but the attachment which make up the whole structure of the school fee of the polytechnics make the whole fee cumbersome to students and different parents making the payment.
Mostly, there are always add-ons included with the school fee of the polytechnics which may include excursion, wireless connection, tuition fee, identity card fee, entrepreneurship fee, faculty levies, ICT, student union levies¸ maintenance fee, examination fee, and many among other.
The school fee always includes most of the time elephants fee that in the real sense and realities are nothing but a medium of inflating the school fee, it is evident the state and the universities are scouting for a way to inflate the school structure and in turn, increase the polytechnic internally generated revenue.
CATEGORIES OF POLYTECHNICS SCHOOL FEE STRUCTURE
Today in Nigeria, the major challenges most students and wards who in one way or the other have ward in the institution is the issues of school fee, just because it is called school fee doesn’t mean it is meant for just the school, the school fee is an embodiment of different fee that was later collectively called school fee. Nevertheless, as cumbersome as the school fee may be for students there are always structure in place to cater for students who cannot afford for this fee and they are as follow.
- INDIGENE AND NON-INDIGENE PAYMENT:
- INSTALLMENT PAYMENT:
- STUDENT WORK-STUDY SCHEME:
- SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM:
- CATCHMENT AREA:
All these are in place so as to ease and provide a relief mechanism for students who sponsor themselves or who don’t have a sponsor and for those whose parents have no lucrative job as such, this system was put in place for them. this has helped to the reduced number of polytechnics dropped-out. Many other measures have been put in place to curtail future problem in school payment of students
From ages past, there has been in existence one form of education or the other. Education did not just come up as a form of the organized body in the day just as it were today. It took a systematic and dynamic change that occur over time, education in the world starts as a form of inculcating morals and acceptable standard in the society and also to curtail some excesses. but there is something spectacular about both the old education and the new system of education, this common ground is the pedagogies at which they are being carried out. Even though some of the recent pedagogies are recently added and some are improved upon.
Nevertheless, education has been the major developmental tools of any society and community, it takes a caring society to understand the type of education the society needs per time. Some country has worked well in the education system of their nation so as to bring about an evidential growth and development that is proportional to the tenacity of resources geared towards the educational sector of the country.
HISTORY OF SCHOOL FEE
Before we write on school fee, we need to write briefly on the school setting and how the education begins. Over years even before the coming of Christ, history has it that there has been forming of education and some are formal and some informal, the formal education takes place in a confined and well-prepared environment while the informal or non-formal education is what happens from our day to day activities, the one we learn by experience and some that are learned by setting our hands at motion. Over time there are has being a thesis that most formal education and curriculum and materials are as a result of careful plans to bring about a non-formal education that will be useful in the society to a place where it can be learned in a good plan routine after such knowledge has been tested, improved upon and given a method of transferring to generation coming up.
Now to the history of school fee, in those days, there are Rabbi which are known as teachers have an environment where they teach students on different aspects of life. Even while education is yet to be well developed, history has it that the great philosophers who are also teachers have on record to have disciples which are like pupils and students today. And education then was in exchange of something not financial, it is in form of working in the teachers’ farm, doing house chores, watching, building and all manner of payment way.
But over time, there has being developmental processes and stages in school fee, there has been a shift in form of payment for education after the government took over the educational setting, building structure and getting facilities for schools to teach young minds. With this, many investors start coming to the education environment and pulling resources to set up a learning environment in expectation of profit in the capital invested in school
After development and changes in education, fee was payable in form of cash and it is paid directly to the bursary unit of the institution, but as a result of advancement in technology and number of pupils paying school fee, there is improvement in method of payment without even getting in contact with the university bursary and financial unit.
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CONCLUSION ON THE LIST OF POLYTECHNICS IN NIGERIA
Some polytechnics school fee in the nation are affordable, and also the cut-off marks are sometimes less demanding compared to other institution. It is easier to attain the demand of a polytechnic in terms of admission requirement which why the majority of aspirants today opt-in for the polytechnics and some has made a tremendous achievement in their chosen profession in the polytechnics.
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