Welcome to home page of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Centre of Imo State Polytechnic.
The ICT Centre:
Through the support of NetPro International (Nigeria) Limited, the ICT Centre now provides software, analytics and business intelligence services across all key touch-points in the overall student Journey. Please see image below.
The Centre uses best practice frameworks (ITIL and COBIT) in the delivery and governance of all technology services. The diagram below represents the governance of ICT in the Polytechnic.
The Clinic was established to take care of the health needs of the staff, students and the close relatives of the staff. It is the only unit recognized by the Institution to certify students medically for admission as well as certify staff as also medically fit for employment by the Institution.
The school has finished the construction of an ultra-modern Medical Centre able to cope with the health challenges of the institution and the immediate environs. This would also ensure that staff and students have access to improved and efficient health care.
The facilities available in the laboratory include:
(a) Complete Urinalysis
(b) Stool Examination of ova and parasites
(c) Blood grouping serology
(d) Detection of HCG in female urine
All newly employed staff and new students must on assumption present themselves for medical examination at the clinic. This will be done on payment of a specified amount finance department for which a receipt will be issued. No student or staff not dully certified fit by the Clinic is a bona fide staff or student of the Institution.
Guideline for the Clinic Operations
There are adequate facilities on campus for recreation and physical fitness. Facilities already available include a standard football field as well as facilities for track and field events. The Polytechnic also has Lawn Tennis and Basketball courts. A variety of games are available to the staff and students like handball, badminton, volleyball, etc.
The vastness of the Polytechnic campuses also encourages morning and evening jogs among staff and students. There cool areas on the school that are attractions for relaxation and healthy recreation.
Saturday mornings is always a time to look forward to as students especially those living at hostels for their football matches. This is in addition to the numerous sporting activities and competitions between faculties and departments and sometimes, clubs and fellowships
There’s a sports committee charged with the responsibility of the day to day general policy of the Student’s sports in the polytechnic and its chaired by the Sports Secretary.
Each student is required to register for games of his or her choice and interest at the Sports Office. Students are expected to provide the following information about themselves for easy identification, selection and organization:
Student athletes shall be trained to participate in the following sporting activities at local, state and national level in the country:
Imo State Polytechnic admits residential and non-residential students.
The Student Affairs Department assists in arranging and providing not only acceptable but affordable accommodation. This is important especially to new students who, in most cases, are complete ‘strangers’ in the environment.
All residential students live in rooms usually furnished with wardrobes, writing tables, chairs and bookshelves.
With these facilities and many other developments in the Polytechnic including a standard library and ICT facility the academic association between the students and the administration is quite cordial.
There are 7 female hostels and 2 male hostels.
The Female Hostels
A, B, C, D, E, B Ext, Annex
The Male Hostels
There are facilities available on the campus for worship and other religious activities. The Holy Trinity Chaplaincy for catholic faithful and All Saints Chapel for the Anglicans. There are several fellowships that are registered with the school under the Student Affairs Department, with different meeting days and venues. The fellowships cut across several denominations while some are interdenominational while others are non-denominational.
These fellowships include:
The Student Affairs Department is usually charged with the following:
» Hostel Accommodation
» Students’ Associations
» Student Union Government
» Student Union Government Elections
» Counselling and Career Services
» Regulations and protection of students’ rights
» Students’ disciplinary matters
» Security of Life and Property
The Students Affairs Department has a counseling/career Unit that helps to address the challenges encountered by the students. There are a variety of challenges that require special skills or professional experience to handle. These specialized problems most times vary with specific persons or circumstances, embracing even subtle matters like emotional distress.
Therefore, in realization of the psychological needs of the students and staff, the Institution established a Guidance and Counseling unit. The unit is headed by a trained Counselor under the Directorate of Student Affairs.
Scope of Operation
The Counseling and Career Services Unit is to guide, direct, pilot and assist problematic persons to bring about a well-adjusted individual and enable these individuals to have a clearer understanding about himself and world in which he lives. In order to achieve the aforementioned, the Counseling and Career Services Unit provides:
Students and Staff are received under a conducive and confidential environment at the Counseling and Career Services office at the Student Affairs Unit from 9:00am to 2:00pm from Mondays to Fridays.
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