Federal Polytechnic Daura's Maiden Convocation Ceremony 2024







Federal Polytechnic Daura's Maiden Convocation Ceremony 2024



The Federal Polytechnic, Daura, is set to host its maiden Convocation Ceremony, a landmark event celebrating academic excellence and the pivotal contributions of its graduates to technical education and sustainable development in Nigeria. Slated for the 23rd and 24th of February 2024, the ceremony will include a pre-convocation lecture and the conferral of awards and prizes. Whether you're a graduand, parent, guardian, friend, or simply a well-wisher, this convocation is a testament to hard work and innovation. Dive in to uncover all the details of this momentous occasion.





The Federal Polytechnic Daura, under the esteemed leadership of Prof. Aliyu Mamman FNIM, FNIMN, is delighted to announce its maiden convocation ceremony. This landmark event, a testament to the institution’s commitment to academic excellence and technical education, is set to recognise the hard-earned achievements of its graduands. Moreover, the ceremony will honour distinguished personalities who have made significant contributions to the field. The polytechnic extends a warm invitation to graduands, their parents/guardians, friends, well-wishers, and the general public to partake in the celebrations.
Event πŸŽ“ Maiden Convocation Ceremony
Dates πŸ—“️ 23rd & 24th February 2024
Pre-convocation Lecture 🎀 Topic: The Role of Technical Education in Sustainable Development of Nigeria
Guest Lecturer πŸŽ“ Engr. Professor, Mohammed Sani Haruna OFR, mni
Venue πŸ“ Federal Polytechnic Daura, Take off site along Daura Katsina Road
Convocation Time ⏰ 9:00 AM, 24th February
Celebrating πŸŽ‰ Graduands, Awards & Prizes
Attendees πŸ‘₯ Graduands, Parents/Guardians, Friends, Well-wishers, General Public





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Event Schedule
Day 1: Pre-Convocation LectureDate: Friday, 23rd February 2024
Topic: “The Role of Technical Education in Sustainable Development of Nigeria”
Guest Lecturer: Engr. Professor Mohammed Sani Haruna OFR, MNI
Venue: Federal Polytechnic Daura, Take-off site along Daura Katsina Road
Time: 4:00 PM

The pre-convocation lecture aims to shed light on the pivotal role that technical education plays in the sustainable development of Nigeria. With Engr. Professor Mohammed Sani Haruna at the helm, attendees are in for an insightful discourse on advancing Nigeria’s development through technical education.
Day 2: Convocation Ceremony and Awards/Prizes GivingDate: Saturday, 24th February 2024
Venue: Federal Polytechnic Daura, Take-off site, Convocation Ground
Time: 9:00 AM

The convocation ceremony marks the culmination of years of hard work and dedication by the polytechnic‘s students. It’s a day to celebrate their academic achievements and to formally welcome them as professionals ready to contribute to the nation’s growth. The event will also feature the presentation of awards and prizes, recognising outstanding achievements among the graduands and honouring notable personalities for their contributions to education and society at large.
Why Attend?Celebrate Achievement: Join in celebrating the academic accomplishments of the polytechnic’s first cohort of graduands.
Gain Insights: The pre-convocation lecture promises valuable insights into the role of technical education in national development.
Network: The event provides a perfect opportunity to network with professionals, academics, and industry leaders.


In Conclusion

The maiden convocation ceremony of the Federal Polytechnic Daura is a milestone event that underscores the institution’s commitment to fostering technical expertise that will drive the sustainable development of Nigeria. This celebration is not just a recognition of the academic achievements of its students but also a reflection of the polytechnic’s role in shaping the future of technical education in Nigeria. We invite all to join us in this momentous celebration, to honour the hard work of our graduands, and to inspire future generations to pursue excellence in technical education.

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