Wednesday, 10 February 2016


The Rector of Federal Polytechnic Oko, Prof. Godwin Onu has unveiled a Website (DCS) to monitor the lapses of both Teaching and Non-Teaching staff of the Institution. The site was officially unveiled on 26th January 2016. It had been a usual thing in almost all the Universities and Polytechnics in Nigeria for staff to feel reluctant in attending to students' needs. An alarming situation where a student will spend almost 4 months in computing his or her result just because of the laxity of the staff in charge. Students queue up long enough under the Sun just to change their Deposit Tellers into receipts, while the staff in charge sits and engages in rooster and bull stories with fellow staff instead of attending to the waiting students. Some Lecturers don't come to classes more than 4 times in a Semester but will force students to buy textbooks at inflated rates. Frowning seriously at all these staff lousiness, the Rector who is known for his digitization prowess and practice has started his 2016 in the Polytechnic with Student-Sensitive programs. He says the happiness and comfort of his students are his topmost priority of the year and needs direct complaints and reports from his dear students through the DCS(Digital Complaint System). He says he wants to listen to student's challenges and personally attend to them squarely without minding whose Ox is gored. Please tell your loved ones in Federal Polytechnic Oko that a maximum solution to their 'dying in silence' is here. Tell your loved ones in Federal Polytechnic Oko that they can now communicate with the Rector in real time in-case he or she is molested by any Lecturer or staff without any trace to his or her identity. Tell your loved ones that they can report any duty negligence meted on them by any staff to the Rector himself. To protect the image of the students, the site has an Anonymous option where one can report any staff without his Identity being shown. One can also attach pictorial evidence to one's report if any is handy. This is good news for the Students! The site is

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