Welcome to DIPPSAP

DIRECTORATE OF PRE-NCE, PART-TIME AND SANDWICH PROGRAMMES (DIPPSAP)

DIPPSAP

PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES

 

The Directorate was established based on the following philosophy and objectives.

 

To give opportunities to teachers who are not willing to disengage from their teaching services to develop themselves and acquire their NCE certificate through Part-time/Sandwich programme to meet the Federal Government new policy of making NCE minimum teaching qualification for teaching in elementary schools and junior secondary schools.

 

STRUCTURE OF THE UNIT

 

At the peak of the Directorate Management Board/Committee is the Director Dr. B.A. Adebiyi who is head of the Directorate.  Assisting the Director are the following:

 

Deputy Registrar (Administration)                        -        Mr. ‘Bisi Adeniran

Head of Department Part-Time and Sandwich

Programmes                                                      -        Mrs. E.O. Bolarinwa

Programme Accountant                                       -        Mr. H.B. Asiyanbi 

Head of Department Pre-NCE/UTME Intensive      -

 Teaching Programme                                        -        Dr. M.A. Oladimeji

 

In addition to the above management staff, centre supervisors were appointed to oversee the weekly running of academic programmes in the centres. At the various centres, there are centre facilitators who assist the College in sourcing for prospective candidates.  For effective administration, the Directorate consists of five units namely

 

(1)          The office of the Director

(2)          The Registry Unit

(3)          Part-time and Sandwich programmes Department

(4)          PUITEP Department

(5)          The Accounts Unit

 

Below are the functions of Accounts Unit in the Directorate

 

(1)          Responsible for the collection of payment through drafts and bank teller

(2)          Issuance of receipt to students and analyzing the issued receipt booklets

(3)          Raising of payment vouchers for approved claims

(4)          Responsible for the payment of claims to staff and contractors

(5)          Keeping of financial records:  General ledger, cash book and others

(6)          Preparation of financial reports i.e. monthly reports and annual reports

(7)          Ascertaining full payment by students during final clearance

(8)          Preparation of management information reports

(9)          Advising management on the accounting practices that had value to the College business activities

 

FUNCTIONS OF THE REGISTRY UNIT

 

(1)          Interpreting and implementing of Directorate policies

(2)          Custodians of both staff and students records

(3)          Providing secretarial services for the Directorate

(4)          Maintenance of staff discipline

(5)          Issuance of students results as approved by the Academic Board

(6)          Processing of students Admission

(7)          Providing administrative any other logistics during examinations at various centres.

 

FUNCTIONS PUITEP UNIT

 

(1)          Admission of PUITEP students

(2)          Monitoring of lecturers assigned to teach PUITEP students

(3)          Monitoring of PUITEP students

(4)          Examining of PUITEP students

(5)          Compilation and Release of result of Mock UTME for PUITEP students

(6)          Guiding and counseling of students and parents on their children choice of career

 

 

(7)          Performing any other duties as assigned by the Director

 

FUNCTIONS PART-TIME AND SANDWICH PROGRAMME UNIT

 

(1)          Assisting the Director on issues on Academic matters

(2)          Preparation and supervision of Part-time student examinations, questions time-table e.t.c.

(3)          Ensure that all laid down rules and regulations relating to academic matter are strictly adhere to by the centre supervisors and centre facilitators

(4)          Assisting the Director in ensuring prompt release of final year results

(5)          Assisting the Director on the recruitment of lecturers for all Study Centres

(6)          Collating of results and examination maters

(7)          Performing any other duties as assigned by the Director.

 

ADMISSION PROCESS

 

At the beginning of every session, admission forms were sold at the admission office of the Directorate to interested applicants. The duly completed forms were brought back to the Directorate for further processing. The Directorate thereafter institute through screening of the applicants at Oyo study centre; students were enrolled based on the Pre-requisite set out for admission process in the College.

 

 

PAST DIRECTORS UNDER REVIEW 2007- TILL DATE

 

(1)          Mr. Theo Ajobiewe

Director Sped Consult 1997 – 2004

 

(2)          Mr. Hassan Ademola Arazi

Director Sped Consult 2004 – 2006

 

(3)          Mr. O.O. Adelua

Director Sped Consult 2006 – 2007

 

(4)          Miss O.O. Shada

1st Director DIPPSAP 2008 – 2009

 

(5)          Mr. O.K. Omoniyi

Director DIPPSAP 2009 – 2014

 

(6)     Dr. B.A. Adebiyi

Director DIPPSAP 2014 – till date

 


DIPPSAP OUTREACH CENTRES

DIPPSAP OUTREACH CENTRES

 

In 2004, the College had about seven (7) centers within Oyo State where the programme was being run. By 2013, the number of Outreach centers had increased to thirteen (13).

 

The centers were located in the premises of the under-listed institutions within the state.

 

(1)          Sped Model School, Durbar, Oyo

(2)          Ogbomoso Grammar School, Ogbomoso

(3)          Ibadan City Academy, Eleta Ibadan

(4)          St. Annes Girls’ Grammar School, Molete Ibadan

(5)          Queens of Apostles, Commercial Girls’ Grammar School, Oluyoro Ibadan

(6)          Ayelogun Grammar School, Idere

(7)          Baptist Secondary Grammar School, Oko

(8)          Iseyin District Grammar School, Iseyin

(9)          Iganna High School, Iganna

(10)      Baptist Grammar School, Otu

(11)      A.U.D. Grammar School, Saki

(12)      Isabatudeen Girls, Grammar School, Basorun Ibadan

(13)      Baptist High school, Okeho

(14)      Bishop Philip Academy, Ibadan

 

In order to comply with the Federal Government directives on the closure of the outreach centres. The centres are renamed as follows:

 

NEW NAMES                OLD NAMES

Oyo Centre 001   – AUD Grammar School, Saki

Oyo Centre 002   – Ayelogun Grammar School, Idere.

Oyo Centre 003   – Baptist Grammar school, Otu

Oyo Centre 004   – Baptist secondary Grammar School, Oko

Oyo Centre 005   – Bishop Phillip Academy, Ibadan

Oyo Centre 006   – Iganna High School, Iganna.

 

Oyo Centre 007   – Ibadan City academy, Eleta, ibadan.

Oyo Centre 008   – Iseyin District Grammar School, Iseyin.

Oyo Centre 009   – Isabatudeen Girls’ Grammar School, Basorun, ibadan

Oyo Centre 010   – St. Annes School, Molete, Ibadan.

Oyo Centre 011   – Sped Model School, Durber, Oyo.

Oyo Centre 012   – Ogbomoso Grammar School, Ogbomoso

Oyo Centre 013   – Queen of Apostles Grammar

                           school, Oluyoro, Ibadan.

Oyo Centre 014   – Okeho Grammar School, Okeho

 

Activities in these centres are coordinated by the College appointed centre supervisors who are academic staff of the College.  They see to the day to day (weekends only) administration of the centres in conjunction with the centre resident facilitators and report to the Director of programnmes.

 

Qualified lecturers are drawn from the College and other educational institutions within the state to teach in the programme.

Following the directives sent by the Executive Secretary of the NCCE to close down all outreach centers in all colleges of Education in 2013, students from the outreach centers where directed to move back to the college.

In view of this, the directorate started running both the Part –Time (three segments) and Sandwich (two segments) programmes. Students from other centers now receive lectures and write their examinations in the college.

 

CURRENT STAFF

DIRECTORATE STAFF

 

The Directorate staffs are of two categories vis

(a)          The College staff who are seconded to the Directorate on tenure basis, and

(b)          DIPPSAP workers appointed by the Directorate

CURRENT COLLEGE STAFF

S/N

NAME

DESIGNATION

UNIT  OF THE DIRECTORATE

1.    

Dr. B.A. Adebiyi

Chief Lecturer (Director)

Director’s office

2.    

Mrs. E.O. Bolarinwa

Principal Lecturer

HOD (PSP)

HOD (PSP) office

3.    

Dr. M.A. Oladimeji

Lecturer I (HOD PUITEP)

HOD (PUITEP) office

4.    

Mr. H.B. Asiyanbi

Deputy Bursar/Programme Accountant

Bursary Unit

5.    

Mr. “Bisi Adeniran

Deputy Registrar

Registry Unit

6.    

Mr. I.O. Olatinwo

P.A.R.

Registry Unit

7.    

Mr. Gboyero Jooda

Assistant Registrar

Registry Unit

8.    

Miss. Tomilola Olawore

Administrative Officer II

Registry Unit

9.    

Mrs. D.Seweje

P.E.O

Registry Unit

10.         

Mr. Samuel Ojo

E.O.

Registry Unit

11.         

Mrs. Adekemi Coker

Senior Accountant

Bursary Unit

12.         

Mr. Ifarajinmi

H.E.O

Bursary Unit


CURRENT DIPPSAP STAFF 

S/N

NAME

DESIGNATION

UNIT  OF THE DIRECTORATE

1.

Adeyeye Oluwakemi R.

Computer Operator

Bursary

2.

Adesokan Saheed O.

Clerical Officer

Bursary

3.

Miss Rebecca Badmus

Clerical Officer

Bursary

4.

Miss. Adeyemi S. Abiodun

Clerical Officer

Bursary

5.

AbdulGaniyu M. B.

Clerical Officer

Registry

6.

Abiola Olayemi J.

Clerical Officer

Registry

7.

Akwueze Patience .I

Clerical Officer

Registry

8.

Amao Olubisi Oluwaseun

Clerical Officer

Registry

9.

Adedibu Dorcas A.

Clerical Officer

Registry

10.

Abioye Oluwakemi F.

Clerical Officer

Registry

11

 

Clerical Officer

Registry

12.

Agboola O. Oluwaseun

Computer Operator

Registry

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT

 

v    Prompt release of Student results.

v    Introduction of information and communication technology (ICT) software for computation of Students result.

v    Prompt payment of staff salary and entitlement.

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

 

v    DIPPSAP Hall (Capacity of 300)

v    Perimeter Fencing/Gate House

v    IGR had been generated for the College during the period under review

 

CHALLENGES FACING THE DIRECTORATE

 

The following are the major constraints facing the Directorate:

v    There is a decline in the students enrollment as a result of cancellation of Outreach Centres

v    Insufficient office accommodation

 

WAY FORWARD

 

v    Publicity: increase publicity drive through flyers, posters, College portal and media (print and Electronic media)

v    Administrative offices should be expanded especially in keeping of students records

v    Inclusion of newly accredited courses will bring more students

v    Accounting software packages for easy payment and identification of defaulters

v    Renovation of old College pavilion for classes and examinations of DIPPSAP programmes

 

PROJECTED ACHIEVEMENT

 

v    Staff development i.e. training and retraining of staff.

v    Construction of more offices for staff.

v    Introduction of admission process via internet.

 

 

 

Contact Us

The Registrar, P.M.B 1089 , Oyo. Oyo State, Nigeria

info@fcesoyo.edu.ng

College Contact Info

Office of The Registrar
P.M.B 1089, Oyo.
Oyo State, Nigeria