The Federal Government has been called upon to shun foreign loan as the only option to bail the country out of the current recession and look inward to other means of injecting money into the economy in order to push production as well as empower spending.
Researchers from Covenant and Mountain Top Universities have recommended the regulation of sustainability reporting in Nigeria, so as to enforce compliance on corporate entities. This, according to their findings, would bring about more transparency and accountability which would enhance development in the nation.
Covenant University has stepped up its drive towards ensuring safety on roads within the campus and beyond with the organization of a four-day seminar on defensive driving for staff and other members of the University community.
Covenant University’s motto, “Raising a new generation of leaders”, has yet again been validated with one of its graduates, Mr. Oti Ebubechukwu, developing an Information Communication Technology (ICT) Centre in a Secondary School in Lagos State, Nigeria.
Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, and Famolex Integrated Consult - the representative of the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) - have agreed to collaborate on the introduction of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) to students of the university, with a view to boosting their chances of employment in the labour market and enhancing their enrolment in graduate schools.
The Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero, has charged Research Clusters in the University to cooperate among themselves and make full disclosures on their research activities so as to achieve the desired objectives of the institution.
The Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero, has urged faculty, staff, alumni and students on the Dreamers and Visioners platforms to dedicate themselves to seeing that their ideas are transformed into products so as to derive the full benefit of the innovation.
A business management expert, Mr. Samuel Iruobe, has stressed the need for fundamental rethinking and redesign of the Nigerian economy to ensure effective and efficient administration, management and control of resources for all round dramatic results and improvement.
To ensure a sustainable urban growth and development in the country, there is the need for efficient and transparent public sector administration which gives room for broad-based participatory decision-making process.
An experimental comparison of artificial neural network (ANN) and support vector machine (SVM) ensembles and their “nonensemble” variants for lung cancer prediction by Covenant University’s Dr. Emmanuel Adetiba and Professor Oludayo O. Olugbara of Durban University of Technology, showed that the result of the ANN ensemble and HOG genomic features is promising for automated screening and early detection of lung cancer.