FUOYE WORK SCHEDULE

FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OYE-EKITI, NIGERIA (TRANSFER OF SERVICE)  

JOB SCHEDULES AT THE FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OYE-EKITI

1.) LECTURE, INSTRUCT AND MENTOR IN ALL ASPECTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP.

2.) CORDINATE THE SETTING UP AND DAILY RUNNING OF THE CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP

3.) LIAISE WITH ALL FACULTIES AND DEPARTMENTS FOR SYNERGY TO DETERMINE THE APPROPRIATE MODULES AND STRATEGIES FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND VOCATIONAL SKILL ACQUISITION TRAINING FOR THE STUDENTS OF FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, OYE-EKITI.

4) REPORT TO THE VICE CHANCELLOR ON THE ACTIVITIES RELATING TO THE CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT SERVICES ON A DAILY BASIS.

5) CARRY OUT OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED BY THE VICE-CHANCELLOR AS RELATED TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT SERVICES

OUTSIDE ENGAGEMENT WHILE IN FEDERAL CHARACTER COMMISSION

PUBLICATIONS :( PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED)

  1. vOGUNJOBI, .P. O. (2010): EFFICIENCY OF SMALL HOLDER COCOA PRODUCERS IN ONDO STATE, A STOCHASTIC FRONTIER ANALYSIS. [ABRIDGED], A CONFERENCE PAPER PRESENTED FOR PUBLICATION FOR A JOURNAL OFRESEACH AND DEVELOPMENT, VOL. 3, NO 1, ISSN: 2142-0097, 2010.
    1. vESTABLISHMENT AND SUSTAINANCE OF VIABLE ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION CENTRES IN NIGERIAN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES-A PAPER PRESENTED FOR PUBLICATION (ACCEPTED) ON TIME JOURNALS OF ARTS AND EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH. VOL. 2(1): XX-XXX, (JULY, 2014)
    2. vENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE, A PAPER PRESENTED FOR PUBLICATION (UNDER CONSIDERATION) ON TIME JOURNALS OF ARTS AND EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (JUNE, 2014)
    3. vOGUNJOBI .P.O, (2000: EFFICIENCY OF SMALL HOLDER COCOA PRODUCERS IN ONDO STATE; A STHOCHASTIC FRONTIER ANALYSIS. (UNPUBLISHED), M. TECH THESIS, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, AGRIC- ECNONOMICS DEPARTMENT, FUTA, AKURE, ONDO STATE, NIG.(Unpublished)
      1. vOGUNJOBI P.O,(1988) CASSAVA PRODUCTION IN ONDO- STATE, AN EVALUTION, AN ORIGINAL ESSAY FOR THE AWARD OF B.Sc. DEGREE , ONDO STATE UNIVERSITY, ADO- EKITI ,NIGERIA.(Unpublished)
      2. vMANDATE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE FEDERAL CHARACTER COMMISSION, A PAPER PRESENTED DURING COURTESY VISITS TO THE VICE- CHANCELLOR, ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY, AKUNGBA AKOKO, ONDO- STATE, PROF. FEMI MIMIKO/HON. SPEAKER, ONDO –STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY RESPECTIVELY IN NOVEMBER, 2010.(Unpublished)
      3. vNIGERIAN LABOUR MARKET, DEFINITION, FEATURES, STRUCTURES AND ISSUES, APAPER PRESENTED DURING THE BATCH A NYSC WEEK, JULY 2008, ADO- EKITI.(Unpublished)
        1. vNDE, ITS CONCEPTS, ROLES, PROGRAMME; VIS-À-VIS THE ASPIRATIONS OF NEW GRADUATES EMPLOYMENT OPTION: A PAPER PRESENTED FOR BATCH B CORPS MEMBERS AT THE ORIENTATION CAMP, ISE/EMURE, EKITI, FEB, 2009.(Unpublished)
        2. vENTREPRENEURSHIP AS STIMULUS FOR DEVELOPMENT, A CONFERENCE PAPER PRESENTED AT A TRAINING OF TRAINER WORKSHOP, HELD AT OLUJODA HOTEL, ADO –EKITI.{JAN,2009}(Unpublished)
        3. vTECHNIQUE FOR EFFECTIVE TIME MANAGEMENT, PROJECT MONITORING AND PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL. A PAPER DELIVERED AT ADETILOYE HALL, ADO EKITI, EKITI STATE, 28th JAN. 2006(Unpublished)
        4. vESTABLISHING FRAMEWORK FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION PROGRAMME AT THE GRASSROOT LEVEL IN EKITI STATE, 2nd AUGUST, 2000, AT IKOGOSI WARM SPRING RESORT.(Unpublished)
        5. vCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND PARTICIPATORY RURAL APPRAISAL (CDPRA), A CONSULTATIVE FORUM PAPER DELIVERED AS PART OF EKITI STATE ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (SEEDS) PREPARATORY PROCESS (OCTOBER, 15, 2005) ADO EKITI, NIGERIA.(Unpublished
        6. vOGUNJOBI P.O (1988) ET AL, MANPOWER PLANNING; NIGERIA EXPERIENCE SINCE INDEPENDENCE; A REVISED RESEACH PROPOSAL, ONDO STATE UNIVERSITY, ADO EKITI.(Unpublished)
          1. vENTREPRENEURSHIP AND EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS: A SENSITISATION SESSION FOR THE 2013/2014 NEW STUDENTS OF FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, OYE-EKITI, ON THURSDAY, 28TH FEBRUARY, 2013(Unpublished)
          2. vUNPRODUCTIVE PRACTICES IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE: THE WAY FORWARD, BEING A TEXT OF THE LECTURE PAPER DELIVERED DURING AN IN-HOUSE WORKSHOP ORGANISED FOR THE STAFF OF THE FEDERAL CHARACTER COMMISSION, EKITI STATE OFFICE ON FRIDAY,15TH MARCH, 2012.(Unpublished)
          3. v“ETHICS AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE CIVIL SERVICE”: A PAPER DELIVERED DURING THE IN-HOUSE WORKSHOP ORGANISED FOR THE STAFF OF THE FEDERAL CHARACTER COMMISSION, EKITI STATE OFFICE, ON 15TH, MARCH, 2013.(Unpublished)

 

 COURSES ATTENDED:

FEDERAL CHARACTER COMMISSION: INDUCTION COURSE FOR NEWLY RECRUITED OFFICERS (5TH -7TH MAY, 2010), ABUJA, NIGERIA

 

 

 

NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF EMPLOYMENT

OTHER ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT OUTSIDE THE CIVIL SERVICE

 

POLITICAL APPOINTMENTS HELD BETWEEN 2003-2006(LEAVE OF ABSENCE)

 

ü  CHAIRMAN, EKITI STATE CONTRACTS REVIEW COMMITTEE.(AD-HOC): (JULY2003-JUNE, 2004)

ü  MEMBER/SECRETARY, EKITI STATE GOVERNMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (DEC, 2003-APRIL 2006)

ü  SECRETARY, COMMITTEE ON EKITI STATE ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (SEEDS PRODUCTION)(2004-2005)

ü  CHAIRMAN, INFRASTRUCTURE COMMITTEE ON THE EKITI STATE ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (SEEDS) (JAN-DEC,2005)

ü  CONSULTANT TO EKITI STATE GOVERNMENT ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (LEEDS) PRODUCTION. (MARCH-DEC,2008)

 

TERMS OF REFERENCE AS MEMBER/SECRETARY, EKITI STATE GOVERNMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL (2004-2006)

1. Advise Government in specific and or general areas to be determined from time to time by the Governor

2. Review the National Strategic Plan and convert it to State Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy in line with Federal Government National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy

3. Determine and implement an acceptable performance benchmark to speed up service delivery both within Government bureaucracy and to the public.

4. Monitor and evaluate Government’s actual performance against its plan and report findings to Government.

5. Work out means of sustainable improvement in the Internally Generated Revenue.

6. Work out means of facilitating reforms to ensure a more efficient and effective governance.

7. Develop an effective and enduring system of political reconciliation, re-orientation and integration.

8. Study the many proposals sent to government to determine their values/contributions and advise government accordingly.

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

 

HOBBIES: WRITING, FARMING, READING AND TRAVELLING.

ACTIVITIES OF THE CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT SERVICES BETWEEN MARCH AND AUGUST, 2014.

2. (A). The Centre for Entrepreneurship Development and Support Services started activities in March. 2014, when the Coordinator formally assumed office. Prior to this time, the Coordinator served as “Adjunct Lecturer I” Entrepreneurship, in the General Studies Department of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University.

Within the period under review, i.e., March 2014 to August, 2014, the following are the general and specific activities of the Centre:-

 

B. Compilation of the equipment needs for the identified trades for the take –off of the Centre as well as the models, specification and prices, and subsequent presentation to the Vice-Chancellor.

C. Presentation of equipment needs and total cost by the Vice-Chancellor to TETFUND for intervention funding.

D. Participation in the opening of the bids for the supply of equipment required by the Centre for Vocational Skill Acquisition programmes.

E. Participated in the Technical Evaluation of bidders’ competencies and selection of successful bidders for the supply of equipment needs of the Centre.

F. The Centre for Entrepreneurship Development and Support Services organised the FUOYE 1ST Global Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture, 2014 on 6th August, 2014. The Lecture was delivered by Professor S.O. Otokiti, Head, Department of Business Studies, College of Business and Social Sciences, and the Director, Landmark University Directorate of Entrepreneurship Studies.

 

 REMARKS: It is heart-warming to note the modest achievements the Centre had been able to make within the last six months. It is also noteworthy, the enthusiasm and co-operation of University Management, by ensuring a proper institutional framework for the take-off of the Centre. It is therefore, my hope, that with proper funding and better curriculum development, the University’s mission and vision of making products of FUOYE “a citizen of the world” in terms of marketability as well as in value-chain addition, through the promotion of Entrepreneurship in all disciplines would come to reality.

 

Entrepreneurship is a special academic discipline and a way of life. There is therefore, the need to recognize the interdisciplinary value of entrepreneurship and weave it throughout the curricular. The skills learned in the entrepreneurship classes and workshops are vital for the success of any business and future endeavours.