Projects

TETFUND INTERVENTIONS IN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA

  1. DEVELOPMENT OF PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Funds are provided through regular and special intervention for upgrade in teaching and learning environment through the development and rehabilitation of building, Lecture Theatres, Laboratories, Classrooms, Libraries and Workshops.

 

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA TETFUND PROJECTS

  1. COMPLETed projects ready for Commissioning
  2. UNESCO category II Biotechnology laboratory building at Nsukka Campus (SIP 2009).
  3. Faculty of Pharmacy Building (Phase 1) at Nsukka Campus (SIP 2009).
  4. Facility of Social Sciences Building (Phase 1) at Nsukka Campus (2010 – 2012 merged normal intervention).

 

  1. ON-GOING PROJECTS
  2. Department of Architecture Studio and Laboratory, Enugu Campus (SIP 2009).
  3. Faculty of Law Building, Enugu Campus (SIP 2009).
  4. Vocational Teacher Education Workshops and Classrooms, Nsukka Campus (SIP 2009).
  5. Construction of Cultural Centre for Institute of African Studies (IAS), Nsukka (HIP 2011).
  6. Construction of Auditorium for Institute of African Studies (IAS), Nsukka (HIP 2011).
  7. Construction of Main Building for Institute of African Studies (IAS), Nsukka (HIP 2011).
  8. Construction of Bioprocess Physiology Building (Civic Works), Nsukka Campus (2010-2012 Merge Normal Intervention).

 

  1. SPECIAL GRANT PROJECTS (FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE)
  2. Construction of 1No 200mm Diameter Borehole
  3. Procurement of 2Nos of various fish processing equipment
  4. Fabrication of 105 Nos of various sizes of fish tanks
  5. Procurement of various Aquaculture Accessories
  6. Procurement of 3 Nos,100KVA sound proof Generator
  7. Procurement of Toyota Hiace Bus, Dyna and Hilux Van.
  8. Procurement of 3Nos Tractors
  9. Procurement of Animal Feed and Quality Analysis components
  10. Procurement of Equipment for Meteorological Stations.
  11. Procurement of Equipment for Food Science and Analytical laboratory
  12. Procurement/Construction of 4Nos Teaching Green Houses.
  13. Procurement of Equipment for Soil Testing and Management Laboratory
  14. Procurement of Processing Components and Accessories for Animal Feed Synthesis.

 

  1. PRESIDENTIAL INTERVENTION PROJECTS (NEED PHASE 1)
  2. Completion of NUGA Sports Hostel, College of Medicine, Ituku Ozalla.
  3. Construction of First Year Digital Laboratory, Nsukka Campus.
  4. Construction of Medical Library, College of Medicine, Ituku-Ozalla.
  5. Construction of Students’ Hostel Block A, College of Medicine, Ituku-Ozalla.
  6. Construction of Students’ Hostel Block B, Enugu Campus.
  7. Fabrication and Installation of Furniture for First Year Digital Laboratory, Nsukka (Biology Laboratory).
  8. Fabrication and installation of Furniture for First Year Digital Laboratory (Chemistry Laboratory), Nsukka.
  9. Fabrication and Installation of Furniture for First Year Digital Laboratory (Physis Laboratory), Nsukka.
  10. Procurement of Furniture for Medical Library, College of Medicine, Ituku –Ozalla.
  11. Procurement of Furniture for Medical Library (Additional), College of Medicine, Ituku– Ozalla.
  12. Procurement of equipment for First Year Digital Laboratory (Biology Laboratory), Nsukka.
  13. Procurement of Equipment for First Year Digital Laboratory (Chemistry Laboratory), Nsukka.
  14. Procurement of Equipment for First Year Digital Laboratory (Physics Laboratory), Nsukka.
  15. Furnishing of Hostel Block A, College of Medicine Ituku-Ozalla.
  16. Furnishing of Hostel Block B, Enugu Campus.

 

iii.    ICT FACILITIES

TETFund sponsored ICT equipment installation and training for UNN to boost Electronic Teaching and Learning platform and hopefully facilitate our distance learning programme as follows:

  1. 4 pcs of 70” interactive LED Screen
  2. 4 pcs of Projectors
  • 4 pcs of Genee Vision
  1. 4 pcs Wireless slate
  2. 4 pcs Class Screen
  3. 4 pcs Active Speaker
  • 4 pcs of Sound bar
  • 4 pcs of Pull Down Screen
  1. 40 Systems (mini PC) + 40 key boards and mouse

 

The installation of this ICT equipment was immediately followed with a 3 – day training   workshop for about 100 staff nominees. The training was designed to equip trainees with the capacity to operate LED Screen, virtual classroom environment and be able to prepare, deploy, store, retrieve and broadcast educational resources over multiple media and devices.