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  • Updated: January 03, 2023

UNILORIN's Registrar Post To Become Vacant

The council of the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) has announced that the position of the Registrar of the institution will be vacant from April 28, 2023.

A statement signed by the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Wahab Egbewole noted that the vacancy "is as amended by Act No. 25 of 1996 and the Universities (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Amendment) Act 2012." 

According to Egbewole, the council have begun the process of appointing a new Registrar by inviting qualified applicants for the role.

In addition to being the Chief Administrative Officer of the institution, Egbewole said: "The registrar shall also be the Secretary to the Council, the Senate, Convocation and Congregation of the university and shall perform any other duties that may be assigned to him/her by the vice-chancellor.

“The applicant must possess a good honours degree from a recognised university and at least 12 years post-qualification experience in management, most of which preferably in university administration.”

The VC added that formal training in the management of tertiary education would give applicants an edge in the selection process.

He further noted that applicants must not be older than 60 years as of the day of appointment.

Applicants must also be healthy and competent and must have integrity. 

"The appointment is for a single term of five years, while salary and other conditions of service shall be as approved for Registrars of Federal Universities by the Federal Government of Nigeria and the Governing Council of the University of Ilorin," Egbewole added.

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