The Deputy Corps Marshall (DCM) of the Federal Roads Safety Corps (FRSC), Mrs. O.I. Ewhrudjapor, has visited the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Abdalla Uba Adamu, and expressed her readiness to secure admission for one of the programmes in the university.
Upon her arrival at the university headquarters in Jabi, Abuja on Wednesday, Mrs. Ewhrudjapor, who is the DCM in charge of operations at FRSC headquarters, was received by the Vice-Chancellor in his office, alongside Deputy Director, Transport, and Logistics, Alh. Isa Shehu as well as the Special Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Eric Omazu.
Adamu took the road safety official on a brief excursion and painted a picture of what NOUN is all about, its admission requirements and courses available.
Responding, Mrs. Ewhrudjapor, who did not mention the programme she intends to study, expressed satisfaction with the operations of the university, its programs and the courses available.
She then enquired from the VC areas of possible collaboration with the FRSC especially the area of conducting promotional exams for Corps members.
The DCM also harped on the possibility of finalising and making operational the FRSC study centre.
At the end of the visit, Adamu presented souvenir to the DCM, with another for onward delivery to the Corps Marshall, Mr. Bogboye Oyeyemi.List Of Courses Offered in National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) 2018 How To Apply For National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Admission Step By Step Guide