President Buhari Signs Bill Stopping NYSC From Posting Engineering Graduates To Schools

at 01:54 PM, 23/03/2019 (3 weeks ago)

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The Engineers (Registration etc) Amendment Bill, 2019, which among others, bars NYSC from henceforth, posting graduates of engineering to secondary schools to teach, was today, signed into law by Pres. Buhari.

The bill which has now become the Act of the National Assembly seeks to promote technological development in Nigeria by ensuring that trained engineers are well positioned to deploy the knowledge acquired in their various fields to the development of technology in the country.

Senator Ita Enang, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters, said as against the tradition of posting a large number of engineering graduates to schools by NYSC, youth corps members who are graduates of engineering must henceforth be posted only to engineering firms and other institutions that are relevant to their professional fields.

Aside prohibiting such firms from rejecting engineering graduates posted to them, the Act mandates NYSC to immediately communicate the name of any institution where an engineering graduate is posted to, for his/her primary assignment, to the Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN).

Furthermore, the Act prohibits any foreign engineering firm from operating in Nigeria without being duly registered in the country by COREN. It also mandates such a foreign firm to ensure the introduction of local content into the operations of the company by employing Nigerian engineers.

Enang also said the new Act grants “compulsory attestation to all expatriate quota for engineering practitioners, including turnkey project, that there are no qualified and competent Nigerians for the job in question at the time of application and that granting of the expatriate quota shall be contingent on training of such number of persons as may be required for the execution of the job, and; ensuring that, before being allowed to practice in Nigeria, such foreign engineering practitioners granted work permit, register with the council and obtain such licenses as may be required from time to time; investigating engineering failures.’’

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Baye77 at 02:01 PM, 23/03/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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This is an extension of the presidential executive order 5...I just pray and hope that we can make this work...not for it to end after signing the bill...
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willyking at 09:37 PM, 23/03/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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None sense
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ejikeiyo at 11:41 PM, 23/03/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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wasted generation
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Usoroakpan at 05:59 AM, 24/03/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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Good

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Makodama at 04:54 PM, 24/03/2019 (3 weeks ago)
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Quote from: willyking on 09:37 PM, 23/03/2019
None sense
What's nonesense?Is it not a good development?
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