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UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS SENATE BUILDING PUZZLE

5,500.00

EBUTE-METTA LAGOS PUZZLE

 

BRAND : YOUR JIGSAW PUZZLES

AGE RANGE : 144 months – 1200 months

ITEM DIMENSION : 15’ by 15’ by 2’

AVAILABLE NO OF PUZZLE PIECES : 25, 64, 100

PUZZLE MAIN MATERIAL : 4mmThick Foam Board

British pounds : £5.99

American Dollar : $8.99

Euro : 8.99 euros

 

 

About this item

  • Engage yourself, family and/or friends to complete this 100 04 64 piece University of lagos Senate building puzzle
  • Improved memory, better problem-solving skills, higher IQ, improved mood and lower stress levels are just a handful of benefits attributed to regular jigsaw puzzle solving activity.
  • High quality puzzle,4mm thickness foam-board for durability and years of enjoyment matched with precisely cut interlocking pieces ensure a finished product with a smooth, even surface.
  • Sharpen your creative thinking and problem-solving skills! Yourjigsawpuzzles.com is committed to creating challenging puzzles for adults and/or puzzles for young adults in cooperation with amazing creatives that engage, educate and inspire fun.
  • Manufacture  and proudly produced in Nigeria,we are committed to providing quality puzzles, games and toys since 2019!

 

 History of University of lagos,Akoka,lagos

 

  • Founded in 1962, the University of Lagos has, for over 5 decades, provided qualitative and research-oriented education to Nigerians and all those who have entered its domain in search of knowledge. 

 

  • At its inception, the University of Lagos was empowered to produce a professional workforce that would steer the political, social and economic development of a newly independent country.

 

  •  Over the last fifty years the University has pursued this mission with vigour, excellence and panache. The University has built a legacy of academic excellence and is now acclaimed publicly as “the University of First Choice and the Nation’s Pride.”

 

 

  • The establishment of the University of Lagos in 1962 was informed by the need to intensify the training of a professional workforce for a newly independent Nigeria in search of rapid industrialisation and economic development.

 

  •  It was however quite evident that the country lacked the requisite workforce to actualise the people’s dream. There was a big gulf to be filled, and that required establishing many more universities.

 

  • Towards this end, the Federal Government established the Eric Ashby Commission on Post School Certificate and Higher Education in Nigeria in May 1959. 

 

 

  • The Ashby Commission’s report, titled Investment in Education, recommended the establishment of a new university in Lagos, the then Federal Capital, to offer day and evening courses in Commerce, Business Administration, Economics and Higher Management Studies. 

 

  • In 1961, the Federal Government assigned the detailed planning of the new university to a UNESCO Advisory Commission. However, whereas the Ashby Commission had envisaged a non-residential institution which would be cited in the business district of Central Lagos, the UNESCO Commission opted for a traditional university, “a complete all encompassing institution” with residential accommodation on a large campus.

 

  • Following the acceptance of the UNESCO Commission’s report, the University of Lagos was established on 22nd October 1962 on the authority of the University of Lagos Act of 1962.

 

  • The Act provided for an eleven-member Provisional Council for the University, a Senate to preside over academic affairs, and a separate Council for the Medical School located at the University Teaching Hospital at Idi-Araba, a few kilometres away from the main (Akoka) campus.

 

  •  This was rather unique for, by authority of the Act, the University consisted of two separate institutions—the main university and an autonomous Medical School.

 

  • The link between the two institutions was tenuous at best, consisting of reciprocal representation on both Councils and membership in the University Senate by professors in the Medical School.

 

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