Office of the Registrar

Office of the Registrar

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The Registrar


 Registrar The Registrar's Offices is headed by the Registrar, who is the Institute’s Chief Administrative Officer and Secretary to the Council of the Institute. The Registrar's Offices is responsible, under the Director, for the day-to -day administration and management of the Institute. To achieve this, the Registrar works in concert with and collaborates with other Offices of the Institute’s Central Administration and General Services.

The Registrar is also assisted by a crop of Administrators and Professionals made up of Deputy Registrars, Senior Assistant Registrars and Assistant Registrars as well as Senior Administrative Assistants and Administrative Assistants, who handle the various Departments of the Office and service Committees and Boards of the Institute.

The Registrar's Offices is currently made up of five (5) main Divisions. The Divisions are headed by Deputy Registrars while the Sub-Divisions are headed by Senior Assistant Registrars and/or Assistant Registrars.

  The Divisions are:

  • Council’s Secretariat, Institutional Administration and Development
    • Institutional Meetings
    • Institutional Policies and Documentation
    • Infrastructure and Physical Development
    • Institutional Improvement Programmes
  • Academic Affairs
    • Administration and Reporting (Certification, Re-accreditation, Re-affiliation, Charter)
    • Ceremonies (Matriculation and Congregation)
    • Quality Assurance and Alumni Management
    • Strengthening Policies for Instruction and Learning
    • Student Information Management Systems
  • Human Resources Management
    • Compensation and Incentive Schemes
    • Training and Development
    • HR Manual and Policies
    • HR Planning (Recruitment, People Management and Succession Planning)
    • Performance Management
    • HRMIS
  • General Administration
    • Vehicular Fleet and Transport Management
    • Housekeeping
    • Works and Maintenance of Facilities
    • Security Services and Supplies
  • Hospitality
    • Catering Services
    • Hostel Management
    • Social Event Centre


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