The Imo State Commissioner for Science and Technology, Prof. B.G Nworgu has censured the appalling pattern where School Principals just spotlight on gathering WAEC and NECO fees.
He cautioned that beside flipping through documents, school administrators should give scholarly course to educators and guarantee they dole out sufficient information to the students.
Nworgu offered the guidance at the state secretariat Owerri on Thursday while tending to the Federal designation and chiefs of the different schools for the benefit of the State Government.
The Commissioner expressed gratitude toward the Federal Government for Governor Hope Uzodimma for discovering Imo deserving of being the lone state in the South East to get the main tranche of Technology Story Board(TSB) Posters and Booklets from the National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion.
He noted during his discourse that the significance of Science, Technology and Innovation to public advancement is a reality that can’t be opposed, expressing that amazing and financially energetic nations are those that have made correspondingly high interests in science, innovation, advancement and education.”
He said “Exploration proof has shown that the degree of improvement and any kind of family down the line of a country associates emphatically with the country’s interests there, he said.
Analysing the import of the Technology Story Board, Prof Nworgu said the vast majority have reprimanded the nature of instruction being offered in schools based on the way that it is consistently information based with no industry relevance.
He pointed that in a world that is innovation driven obtaining information and thoughts without changing them into items is of no value.
He vowed to support understudies who show significant commitment in production and developments to the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology EXPO coming up next year.
Earlier, the agent of the DG National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion, Mr. Dagogo George said the Technology Story Board drive is an idea started by the Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) in a joint effort for certain enterprises for reasons for innovation transfer.
Lending his voice, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Science and Technology, Mr John Uzoma expressed gratitude toward the bureaucratic organization for picking Imo as the pilot state in the South East.
He noticed that the Technology Story Board will animate imaginative deduction in youthful understudies and will similarly help educators to discuss appropriately with the understudies in the instructing of Science and innovation based subjects.
The Principal of Government Technical College, Owerri, Mr Ahatara Simeon, talking in the interest of his partners guaranteed that they will place the materials into great utilize so the elevated standards of the drive will be attained.
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